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The Healthy Way to Prepare For Your Yom Kippur Fast

There's no denying that fasting for religious holidays can be incredibly difficult, but there are many things that you can do prior to fasting that can help make your fast easier and (somewhat) bearable. We spoke via email to three experts to find out the keys to making your fast easier this time around. What to Eat and Drink Before the Fast The overall goal is to drink a lot of water the day before and avoid dehydrating foods.
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