They follow this fasting routine for 30 days and at the end of this fasting period, Eid al-Fitr is celebrated with much fanfare around the world. Eid is usually celebrated for two to three days where people meet their friends and families and dress up in new clothes. It is also a time for reflection and charity as people distribute food and drinks during the Eid celebrations. Moreover, family and friends sit down together to enjoy a spread of mouthwatering delicacies and savouries after a month of fasting.
However, after a month of fasting, our body actually adapts to the fasting diet and breaking the fast with high-salt and oil-laden food during Eid can lead to bloating and other digestive troubles. This is why it is important to follow certain precautionary steps to break your fast healthily and safely without wrecking your digestive system.