Ramadan is an ideal opportunity to fine-tune the strength and desire required to adhere to good dietary habits. Nutrition advice offered to an individual by an expert dietician helps to alter and achieve structured dietary change during Ramadan. If a person is already practising a diet for weight loss before Ramadan fasting, they can continue it after getting professional advice. Consideration should be given to prevent dehydration. Healthy weight loss results in better control of glucose. Gradual weight loss of 0.5-1kg per week is desirable. If you are into an exercise plan, you may be unable to follow the same during Ramadan fasting. Therefore, you should plan the time and the type of exercise. Even for diet modifications, you should plan to modify the diet during the non-fasting hours.