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How to snack smarter during Ramadan

The World Health Organisation recommends that Muslims should drink at least 10 glasses of water between iftar and suhour during Ramadan. It also suggests snacking on hydrating foods such as watermelon and warns against consuming too many caffeinated drinks. Yet, aside from staying sufficiently hydrated, what steps should you take to ensure that what you snack on is both healthy and nutritious?

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