Eat wisely during Idul Fitri
Nadhira Nuraini Afifa
Physician practicing in West Nusa Tenggara
Idul Fitri is a highly anticipated occasion for Muslims. As soon as the full moon is sighted, which marks the end of Ramadhan, a celebratory atmosphere engulfs every city and country across the world where Muslims live. It is the most celebrated day of the Islamic calendar as it comes after the culmination of 30 days of fasting that lasts up to 14 hours in our country.
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