Practical Management of Diabetes during Ramadan Fast

  title={Practical Management of Diabetes during Ramadan Fast},
  author={S. A. Beshyah and M M Benbarka and I. S. M. Sherif},
  booktitle={The Libyan journal of medicine},
Introduction Fasting in Ramadan is obligatory for all healthy Muslim adults. No food or drink may be consumed between dawn and sunset [1]. Strictly speaking, the fast of Ramadan is a period of “intermittent fasting” or daily cycles of “alternating” fasting and feeding periods. The periods of the fasting and feeding vary by the geographical locations and by time of the year. During the month of Ramadan, there are two main meals in most Moslem communities. These are commonly referred to by their… CONTINUE READING
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