Best Foods to Eat for Suhoor that keep you Energized

Suhoor is the meal consumed early in the morning by Muslims before fasting begins during the month of Ramadan. It is considered essential by Islamic traditions. As the people fasting need to make sure they eat enough to avoid the weakness & dehydration throughout the day. The Ramadan Suhoor meal should contain all the essential nutrients, including proteins, vitamins, minerals, and carbohydrates. Here is a list of food for Suhoor that help in stay energized & hydrated throughout the day.

  • Eggs
  • Eggs are a healthy source of protein & Vitamin D. Eating eggs makes you stay fuller for longer. You can make an omelette with veggies and eat it up with brown bread. Or try scrambled eggs with spinach & feta wrapped in a tortilla. You can also mix hard-boiled eggs with the salad.

  • Fish & Chicken
  • Fish & chicken are good sources of protein and are low in fat. Including these items to your Iftaar Suhoor meal will not only provide energy but also help you stay fit. You can make chicken soup and add vegetables to it. The chicken soup will provide you with the necessary proteins, vitamins, and minerals. It will keep you full & hydrated for longer. Avoid eating fried fish, though. It can make you thirsty. Since people who fast during Ramadan are not supposed to
    drink water after sunrise & before sunset, it is crucial to avoid any food that can make you thirsty later.

  • Watermelon
  • Watermelon is a juicy fruit, low on calories & an excellent energy booster. It contains lycopene, which is an excellent source of vitamins A & C. Bananas, pineapple, blueberries, apple, mangoes, and pomegranate are some of the healthy fruits that you can include to your Ramadan Suhoor meal. They’ll fill you up & help boost your metabolism. You can also make fruit smoothies combined with yoghurt to balance your blood sugar during the month of Ramadan.

  • Dates
  • Always start your meal with dates. They are easy to digest & don’t exhaust your stomach after fasting. Eating dates after the entire day of fasting activates the release of digestive secretions and juices. They are also rich in natural sugar, which is the best ingredient for brain and nerve cells.

  • Oatmeal
  • Oatmeal is an excellent source of proteins, carbohydrates, & fibre. Including oats in your traditional Suhoor meal helps slow down the release of energy & keeps you full for longer. You can make a delicious oatmeal smoothie that includes milk & banana. Add nuts to enhance the taste. You can also cook oats in milk & sweeten it with a drizzle of honey.

  • Yoghurt
  • Eating yoghurt for Suhoor gives your body the energy it needs during fasting. It keeps you hydrated & energized throughout the day. Yoghurt contains calcium & vitamin D, which are essential for bones. It also flushes out excessive sodium in your body, as it contains a high amount of potassium.

  • Water
  • Drink lots of water during Suhoor. You should drink water after breaking fast & before sleeping at night. It helps prevent dehydration & keeps you full throughout the day.

    Don’t forget to share the list of healthy Suhoor foods with your loved ones along with warm Ramadan Kareem wishes.

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