The cravings after fasting for a minimum of 11 hours during Ramadan can sometimes get out of control. But, moderation is one of the holy month's core principles; after all, it is all about spiritual cleansing and has pretty much nothing to do with food. But, that hasn't stopped millions of people from overeating during iftar and suhoor.
Does your daily iftar include sambosas, fried cheese rolls, cream-based soups, and sugar-laden desserts? Or do you keep a balanced and moderate diet during the holy month?
Well, your health is heavily dependent on the food you consume, and the case is no different during Ramadan. Well, if you're in need of a wake-up-call, take this quiz to find out at what age you're going to die.
*Take A Deep Breath*