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Ramadan requires Moslem to fast for thirst and hunger for 14 hours. Hot weather and lack of fluids inside the body can make you easily get tired. In addition to water, adding sweet dishes to your menu when break fasting is perfect to replace the needs of your body. It would not be complete if the sweet dishes are not provided coldly. Here 5 fresh dishes that you should try when break fasting.
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Es Kelapa is one of the most favorite drinks for breaking the fast. Not only it can eliminate your thirst, coconut water also has many benefits for the body. The balance of nutrients and electrolytes on a coconut can help replenish bodily fluid you lose throughout the day. Unknowingly, fasting can make your stomach acid increase, so the body needs coconut water to maintain the acidity of the stomach.