9 super foods with recipes to keep you energized all day

Produce is displayed at a vegetable market in Cairo, Egypt June 15, 2016. Picture taken June 15, 2016. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany
Produce is displayed at a vegetable market in Cairo, Egypt June 15, 2016. Picture taken June 15, 2016. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany

Having the right kind of food for suhoor can keep you energized and strong throughout the day

28 May 2017
By Yousra Zaki, Deputy Editor - Guides

During Ramadan, suhoor is an essential part of fasting. It is a traditional act while also a really important way to maintain your energy levels throughout the day. Some of the superfoods listed here are going to release energy slowly throughout your body, in order to keep you feeling fuller for longer. Here is your guide to some of the best pre-dawn meals for you to enjoy, in order to stay energized all throughout your fast.

1. Eggs Eggs are a no brainer for suhoor. They are one of the most nutritious foods on the planet and are very high in protein. Eggs are great way to stay fuller for longer and they taste delicious.

Make ahead of time: Try scrambled eggs with spinach and feta wrapped in a whole grain tortilla for your suhoor.

2. Avocados This incredibly nutritious fruit, should be a go-to during suhoor. It also adds a rich texture and flavour to any dish. Avocados are very high in fibre. Fibres are indigestible plant matters that can greatly contribute to weight loss and also reduce blood sugar spikes. Another benefit is that they keep you full for longer, so energy is released slowly throughout the day. This makes it a perfect ingredient for any suhoor dish.

3. Bran Muffins

Bran is super high in fibre and a really versatile grain. It keeps things moving in your body and contributes to a healthy and filling diet, that is bound to keep the hunger at bay during the long ramadan days.

Bran muffins are great, because they can be made in batches and eaten...

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