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Ramadhan Eating Plan @shazeats_mandysway

Muslims believe that fasting teaches patience, modesty, and spirituality and although Ramadan is largely known as being a month to attain closeness to Allah (S.A.W), it also comes with a lot of additional priorities when it comes to preparing in advance for the 30 days of fasting. Ramadan may be a chance for you to indulge in your favourite foods. That’s the least you deserve after a day of fasting, right? On the other hand, it can also be the perfect opportunity for the new healthy beginning your body has been craving. Contact Shaz via whtsapp +27836661961 or email at for further enquiries.

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