Suhoor is an essential meal during Ramadan that helps sustain the energy for the entire day.
Choose foods that digest and absorb slowly for Suhoor. Foods rich in complex carbohydrates, protein and fibre, will keep you active throughout the day.
Meals high in complex carbohydrates are oats, whole wheat bread and grains providing long-lasting energy. Proteins in dairy products, legumes and nuts help you feel full for long.
Include fluid-rich foods, fruits, yoghurts, vegetables and liquids like water and non-sweetened juices.
Avoid diets high in sugar, coffee and tea.
Consult specialist via telehealth to discuss the food plan and issues like low energy levels, and headaches. Visit the hospital for digestive problems.
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