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Important Tips:

  • Eat in moderation to avoid feeling full and bloated.
  • Avoid fatty and fried foods.
  • Do not eat foods that cause bloating, such as radishes, onions, etc.
  • Eat enough fruits and vegetables (up to five servings a day) because of the high-fibre content that prevents constipation.
  • Additionally, fruits and vegetables are full of vitamins and boost the body's immunity to protect it against diseases.
  • Drink enough fluids, especially water, to replace the fluids lost during Hajj.
  • Avoid drinking soft drinks because they contain high amounts of sugars.
  • Do not use any stimulants such as tea and coffee because they cause dehydration and extreme thirst.
  • Eat honey and unsalted nuts to provide the body with energy and minerals to boost immunity.
  • You should drink 1 cup of water every 15 to 20 minutes.
  • There are other sources of water: You can also get water through liquid foods and beverages, such as soup, milk, tea, coffee, soda, drinking water and juices.

You should consult a doctor before traveling. It is also preferable to consult a nutritionist to know the diet that must be followed during Hajj.

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