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On a normal day a balanced diet is done by eating foods in accordance with the General Guidelines of Balanced Nutrition (PUGS). Food consumed is usually divided into three namely at breakfast, lunch and dinner.

In the month of Ramadan, Nutritionist and Family Nutrition Clinic, Leona Victoria Djajadi, BSc, MND, said to outsmart reduced eating times, should break the consumption of natural foods, low fat, lots of fiber, and not much coconut milk or artificial sugar.

"If we eat food that is poor in nutrients, although eating as much as any body will still feel hungry, not because of hunger calories but because the body has not got enough nutrition so they continue to send hunger signals for poor nutrition," Victoria said as written on Wednesday (2/7/2014).

The same thing is also said by dr Titi Sekarindah, nutrition specialist from Pertamina  Central Hospital. Dr Titi said should avoid the food with coconut milk and the fried. He suggests breaking a glass of tea with a teaspoon of sugar and eating foods with natural sweeteners such as fruit.

"We recommend dinner with brown rice or brown rice with vegetable dish, avoid the side dish with coconut milk and also fried food," said Dr. Titi.

At Sahur time, nutrition clinic specialist Department of Nutritional Science FKUI RSCM, dr Fiastuti Witjaksono provide input to meal with a complete meal consisting of carbohydrates, proteins, vegetables, and fruit. Water consumption at dawn is recommended three glasses.

"Carbohydrates are also not always with rice, we can change it with bread Sandwich sandwich is also suitable to eat when dawn because it has a complete nutritional intake If you do not want to eat fruit, fruit can we juice If you want to lose weight in the month of fasting, Eat lots of protein and reduce carbohydrates, "lid dr Fiastuti. balanced nutrition diet is a diet that meets the nutritional needs of the body, no less and not excess. When fasting this seems difficult to do because the meal schedule is changing compared to normal days.

On a normal day a balanced diet is done by eating foods in accordance with the General Guidelines of Balanced Nutrition (PUGS). Food consumed is usually divided into three namely at breakfast, lunch and dinner.

In the month of Ramadan, Nutritionist and Family Nutrition Clinic, Leona Victoria Djajadi, BSc, MND, said to outsmart reduced eating times, should break the consumption of natural foods, low fat, lots of fiber, and not much coconut milk or artificial sugar.

"If we eat food that is poor in nutrients, although eating as much as any body will still feel hungry, not because of hunger calories but because the body has not got enough nutrition so they continue to send hunger signals for poor nutrition," Victoria said as written on Wednesday (2/7/2014).

The same thing is also said by dr Titi Sekarindah, nutrition specialist from Pertamina Jakarta Central Hospital. Dr Titi said should avoid the food bersantan and the fried. He suggests breaking a glass of tea with a teaspoon of sugar and eating foods with natural sweeteners such as fruit.

"We recommend dinner with brown rice or brown rice with vegetable dish, avoid the side dish with coconut milk and also fried food," said Dr. Titi.

At Sahur time, nutrition clinic specialist Department of Nutritional Science FKUI RSCM, dr Fiastuti Witjaksono provide input to meal with a complete meal consisting of carbohydrates, proteins, vegetables, and fruit. Water consumption at dawn is recommended three glasses.

"Carbohydrates are also not always with rice, we can change it with bread Sandwich sandwich is also suitable to eat when dawn because it has a complete nutritional intake If you do not want to eat fruit, fruit can we juice If you want to lose weight in the month of fasting, Eat lots of protein and reduce carbohydrates, "lid dr Fiastuti.