Suhoor is a very important meal during the month of Ramadan as it provides the energy and strength needed to fast the day. Suhoor requires eating healthy and balanced foods.
It is recommended to eat fresh and dried fruits to provide the necessary energy and balance blood sugar during the day.
Yogurt and dates, or milk and dates, are a complete, healthy, and ideal Suhoor meal. A few raw nuts, such as peanuts, walnuts, and almonds, can be added to provide the necessary protein to improve digestion and provide satiety.
Protein-rich foods such as eggs and yogurt can also be eaten to feel full for a longer period during fasting, and oats rich in fiber that help slow down the burning process in the body and provide the body with energy for a long time.
Care must be taken to eat a moderate and satiating suhoor meal to provide sufficient energy for daytime fasting. It includes foods that slowly digest complex carbohydrates along with drinking liquids that help provide the required energy.