A Muslim living with diabetes faces the challenge of balancing their faith and health to reap the benefits during Ramadan without compromising their health.  

If you’re fasting this Ramadan with diabetes, there are steps you can take to prepare for a healthy, stress-free month. Check out Droobi’s checklist to prepare for Ramadan – whether you’re about to start fasting or right in the middle of the month, it’s always a good time to go through this list to equip yourself with the tools and strategies to keep your blood sugar levels steady.  

Here’s a tip: Print this sheet out to refer back to it when you need to. It’s important that you take these next steps to be able to make the most out of Ramadan. 

  • Find out if you’re eligible to fast. It’s best to speak to your doctor about this one. You can also check out our blog post here. about when it’s recommended not to fast. 
  • Get a custom meal plan from your Droobi coach that’s tailored for your diabetes and Ramadan schedule. Each meal plan is prepared by our dieticians to give you healthy delicious recipes that will keep your blood sugar levels steady.