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Nourishing Suhoor Foods for Sustained Energy and Activity During Ramadan


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Experts confirm that a healthy fast begins with suhoor. While many skip it due to the difficulty of waking up, some stick with it for its health benefits to the fasting person.

To ensure a feeling of cheerfulness and activity throughout the day, experts advise sticking to suhoor, and most importantly, eating healthy and wholesome food so that the fasting person retains his energy throughout the entire hour of fasting.

Here are 5 healthy suhoor meals you should eat to feel energized and energized and avoid feeling tired and exhausted during Ramadan:

1. Foods rich in protein

Protein is an important nutritional component because it helps build and maintain muscle mass, but more importantly, during Ramadan, it helps you feel full longer after eating. Adding protein to suhoor ensures that you feel full for a longer period of time while fasting.

Examples of protein foods include:

– eggs

Greek yogurt

– beans

– Lentils

– fish

– chicken

2. Whole grain carbohydrates

Carbohydrates are what give us energy, and many people make the mistake of eating simple carbohydrates during suhoor (such as sugary cereals and white bread) and feel hungry and tired soon after.

Whole grains are rich in fiber, which means your body absorbs energy more slowly, which helps you feel full and energized for longer.

Examples of whole grain carbohydrates:

– Whole grain bread

Whole grain pie

– oatmeal

– Quinoa

– barley

3. Healthy fats

Healthy fats help you feel full throughout the day and are an important part of a balanced diet.

Healthy fats can be obtained from the following foods:

– avocado

Peanut butter

Nuts and seeds


4. Add fruits/vegetables to every suhoor

Fruits and vegetables are high in fiber and contain many vitamins and minerals. Some fruits and vegetables are also high in water, which helps keep the body hydrated during fasting.

Among the best options for high water fruits and vegetables are:

– Watermelon

– strawberry

– Option

– Lettuce

5. Make water a priority

To avoid dehydration while fasting, it is important to make sure you drink enough water during suhoor.

Be sure to drink at least 2-3 cups of water during suhoor.

Source: agencies

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