Ramadan is almost here and while this Holy Month is filled with delight and harmony, it falls at the peak of scorching heat during Summer season this year. It is crucial to maintain our energy levels, stay hydrated and avoid the unhealthy diet temptations that come with the month.Our diet and daily routine is totally shuffled in this month of the year as we have to maintain Roza and are bound to eat only during Sehri and Iftar.Sehri meals must be healthy, nutritious and contain right amount of nutrients to maintain our daily work routine. Your diet routine must be well-balanced and contain preferred food items such as Juices, vegetables, cereals, fruits and dairy products.Sehri must be considered as the major role player to boost enough energy that lasts during the long hours of fasting. It is significantly important that the food you consume maintains your energy level and also keeps you hydrated, so, a proper selection of food-items during Suhoor is important.

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What Not to Eat During Suhoor

 

Coffee and Carbonated Drinks

 coffe carbonated drinksCoffee, hot drinks and carbonated drinks must not be consumed during the Sehri as it causes restlessness in your body. Once you intake them, it creates an urge to drink more and more water.

Salty and Spicy Food

 salty foodsAvoid salty and spicy food as it also keeps your thirst activated throughout the day. Moreover, you should also avoid to eat food items like chips, salted nuts and recipes that contain sausages.

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Highly Sweet Foods

 salty foodsTry not to take food that contains high amount of sugar such as sweets, donuts, etc. as they temporarily keep your stomach filled and you start feeling hungry after three to four hours.

Here is What You Should Eat During Suhoor

 

Eggs and Protein Rich Foods

 Egg & Proteins Eggs are rich in proteins and most nutritious. They not only help you to maintain your energy but also keeps your tummy filled up. Eggs can be made in several ways, for instance, Omelet Pizza, Cheese Omelet and Cheese Omelet Sandwich.SooperChef has complete range of recipes that will cater your needs to cook for Suhoor recipes.

Dairy Foods Items

 yoghurtFood items made with dairy products are also a healthy source of nutrition. You can have juices like Mango Lassi, yoghurt, milkshakes, kheer Dairy food is rich in vitamins and calcium. These drinks will keep your body hydrated all day long during summer season and will help to combat your thirst level as well. 

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Fiber Rich Foods

 Fiber rich FoodsQeema Matar, Bhindi, Halwa Puri and Channay, Daal Chawal, Paratha etc. are rich in fiber and a perfect meal that your body requires during Sehri. It keeps yourself energized throughout the long day. These healthy food recipes will keep your energy level up to the mark and vitalize your body to perform daily routine work without developing an urge to eat.

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