Ramadan is a time of spiritual reflection and an opportunity to strengthen your relationship with Allah. Although you may know you need to refrain from food and water throughout your fast, it may be difficult to figure out the best foods to eat during non-fasting hours. Eating the right type of foods for suhoor can help you feel more energized and provide you with more nutrition required for your body to function optimally.
There are four types of food you want to ensure you are eating every morning for suhoor: protein, whole grains, healthy fats, and fruits/vegetables. The combination of these types of foods help you feel full and provide you with more energy as you engage in worship. You should also drink at least 2-3 cups of water around suhoor time to stay hydrated. For examples of each food type, check out this FREE printable Suhoor Meal Planner.