Ramadan: 5 Energising Foods For Suhoor

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Welcome to the holy month of Ramadan! As we fast from sunrise to sunset, it's important to fuel our bodies with nutritious foods for suhoor. Let's explore 5 energising foods to keep us going throughout the day.

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Slide 1: Dates are a staple food during Ramadan. They are rich in natural sugars, providing a quick energy boost. They also contain essential vitamins and minerals to keep our bodies healthy.

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Slide 2: Oats are a great source of complex carbohydrates, which release energy slowly throughout the day. They also contain fiber, keeping us feeling full and satisfied until sunset.

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Slide 3: Eggs are a protein-packed suhoor option. They provide long-lasting energy and are versatile enough to be prepared in various ways. Try them boiled, scrambled, or in an omelette.

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Slide 4: Avocados are a superfood that can give us a much-needed energy boost during suhoor. They are high in healthy fats and contain essential nutrients to keep us feeling energised and focused.

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Slide 5: Nuts, such as almonds and walnuts, are a great source of healthy fats, protein, and fiber. They are also rich in antioxidants, which can help fight fatigue and keep us feeling energised.

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Slide 6: Hydration is key during Ramadan. Make sure to drink plenty of water during suhoor to keep your body hydrated and energised throughout the day. You can also opt for hydrating foods like watermelon and cucumbers.

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Slide 7: Smoothies are a quick and easy suhoor option. Blend together fruits, vegetables, and protein-rich ingredients like Greek yogurt or nut butter for a nutritious and energising meal.

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Slide 8: Don't forget about the importance of protein during suhoor. Incorporate lean protein sources like chicken, fish, or tofu into your meal to keep you feeling full and energised.

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Slide 9: Remember, suhoor is a time to nourish our bodies and prepare for the day ahead. Choose wholesome, energising foods to keep you going throughout the day. Wishing you a blessed and healthy Ramadan!