10 Ramadan Tips from Ellie Quinn: Staying Healthy and Spiritually Connected

by 16 April 20220 comments

بِسْمِ اللهِ الرَّحْمٰنِ الرَّحِيْمِ

In the name of God, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful.


Ramadan is a sacred month for Muslims around the world, marked by fasting, prayer, and reflection. In collaboration with Ellie Quinn, a dedicated Muslim Pro user, we’ve compiled essential tips to help you navigate fasting while staying healthy and spiritually connected throughout Ramadan:

1. Start Your Suhoor Right

Begin your fasting day with a nutritious and filling meal. Ellie Quinn suggests options like cereal, fruits, or wheatbix to sustain you throughout the day. Including protein-rich foods like eggs or yogurt can provide lasting energy to carry you through the fast.

2. Hydrate Wisely

While staying hydrated is crucial, Ellie advises against overdrinking water during Suhoor. Drinking just enough to quench your thirst without feeling overly full will help you stay comfortable throughout the day.

3. Cut Back on Caffeine

To prevent headaches during fasting, gradually reduce your caffeine intake before Ramadan begins. Ellie emphasizes the importance of withdrawing from caffeine to ease the transition into fasting.

4. Pray Promptly

Make it a priority to perform prayers on time, especially during Ramadan. Responding promptly to prayer notifications, as Ellie suggests, allows you to fully immerse yourself in the spiritual significance of the month.

5. Embrace Ramadan Journaling

Consider keeping a Ramadan journal to reflect on past goals and set new intentions for the month ahead. Ellie finds journaling to be a valuable tool for spiritual growth and self-reflection during Ramadan.

6. Engage with the Quran Daily

Dedicate time each day to reading and listening to the Quran. Ellie recommends utilizing features like the khatam tracker on Muslim Pro to monitor your progress and stay on track with your Quranic goals.

7. Stay Active

Incorporate fasting-friendly exercises such as gentle yoga stretches or low-intensity workouts to stay active during Ramadan. Ellie finds that movement helps pass the time until Iftar and contributes to overall well-being during fasting.

8. Choose Healthy Iftars

Opt for nutritious Iftar meals that include a balance of salad, protein, and carbohydrates. Ellie encourages avoiding heavy, greasy foods to feel energized and prepared for the next day of fasting.

9. Utilize Muslim Pro Features

Leverage the features of the Muslim Pro app to support your spiritual journey during Ramadan. Access Quranic recitations, prayer times, and other helpful resources on the go, as Ellie does to enhance her Ramadan experience.

10. Find Your Balance

Remember that Ramadan is not only about fasting but also about spiritual growth and self-improvement. Find a balance that works for you, incorporating healthy habits and meaningful practices into your daily routine. As Ellie Quinn exemplifies, embracing the beauty and significance of Ramadan involves finding harmony between physical well-being and spiritual fulfillment.

We hope these tips resonate with you as you navigate the beautiful journey of Ramadan.

For those eager to delve deeper into Ellie’s experiences and recommendations, we encourage you to watch her enlightening video, “Muslim Pro x Ellie Quinn – Fasting for Ramadan Tips – Staying Healthy, Prayers & Quran“. It offers a firsthand look into her personal practices and reflections, serving as a complement to the written guidance provided here. 

May this article and Ellie’s video serve as sources of inspiration and guidance as you embark on your Ramadan journey. Insha’Allah.

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