This Ramadan season we want to make sure you’re making the most of your fast, by giving your body the nutrients it needs. And because you’re fasting for 16 hours, you need to keep your energy up. Having the right diet in Ramadan is important so you don’t rack up unnecessary calories and at the same time stay energized all through the day. 

1- Eggs

Eggs are good because they’re loaded with protein; they will keep you full longer.032615_CreamedSpinachEggs_web5

2- Whole Grains

Whole grains are ‘good’ carbohydrates because the fibers in the grains make it digest slowly. Energy is released slowly rather than being wasted as soon as you exert any effort!5656956353_1c9d92e194_b_whole-grain-bread

3- Yoghurt 

Yoghurt keeps you fuller longer and contains complex carbohydrates that give you the burst of energy you need. Not to mention, it’s loaded with protein as well!
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4- Peanut Butter

The healthy fats and protein present in peanut butter will give you the boost you need to get through the day!

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5- Foul

Another food that’s rich in fiber to keep you full and energized throughout the day!recipeful-medames.1024x1024

6- Broccoli 

Iron is necessary to keep your energy levels high. To maintain a good level of energy, you should eat foods rich in that particular mineral and there’s nothing richer in Iron than broccoli!

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7- Avocado

Avocados are rich in monounsaturated fats. Don’t worry; these are the good kinds of fats that help your body create energy quickly. The good thing is, they won’t increase your intake of carbohydrates.

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Be sure to couple these foods with 2 glasses of water at sohour to stay hydrated!