Yaz Kubba, a fitness trainer and founder of YazFit, drinks about a gallon and a half of water a day. She started that about 10 years ago, and the first year, when it came time to fast for Ramadan — when Muslims don’t eat or, often more challenging, drink while the sun is up — she had to adapt. “So I tried to squeeze in a gallon of water between sunset and sunrise,” she said.…"Expert fasting tips to avoid getting hangry during Ramadan"
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