May 19, 2023

Suhoor is the most important meal in the month of Ramadan, so it is important to eat useful and healthy food and drinks that provide us with the energy needed for fasting, and reduce as much as possible the feeling of hunger, thirst and fatigue until the sunset call to prayer, so it is important for all of us and for pregnant women in particular to eat an integrated meal of nutrients and satiates at Suhoor.

Nutritional advice for a pregnant woman during Suhoor in order to ensure safe fasting during the month of Ramadan, in a manner that guarantees the safety of her and the fetus as well:

  • Eat foods rich in fiber and complex carbohydrates such as whole grains, because the body needs long hours to digest this type of food, which helps pregnant women to feel full for long periods during fasting. And eat a little jam with cheese, or eat cereals that contain a high percentage of fiber with low-fat milk, or oatmeal with milk, or fresh or dried fruits such as dates or bananas, or unsalted nuts, and other foods of high nutritional value. and sanitary.
  • Pregnant women are advised to eat the suhoor meal three times, rather than eat it during the day part One Including nutrients that provide energy, such as oatmeal baked goods, and in The second part From Suhoor, a pregnant woman eats proteins such as milk, eggs, beans and nuts the third part From the suhoor meal, pregnant women focus on eating foods rich in fiber, such as fruits.
  • Maintaining your hydration is important in fasting by drinking plenty of water and other fluids such as natural juices during the period from iftar until suhoor, and it is also possible to eat foods in suhoor that contain a high percentage of water such as fruits and vegetables.
  • Avoid, as much as possible, eating a lot of salty and pickled foods, because they increase the feeling of extreme thirst during fasting.
  • It is also important for a pregnant woman to eat the suhoor meal just before the dawn call to prayer in order to feel full for as long as possible during the daytime fast.

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