5 Energy-boosting Foods to Consume During Sehri

5 Energy-boosting Foods to Consume During Sehri

5 Energy-boosting Foods to Consume During Sehri

With such little time to eat during Ramadan, it's important to recognize quality over quantity. Sehri is important not only for religious reasons, but also to ensure that you acquire enough nutrients throughout the day.

Eating the correct foods for Sehri ensures that you stay nourished and hydrated in this scorching weather.

We've put together a list of five ideal sehri meals to help you feel more energized.

1. Yogurt

Yogurt is a tasty and nutritious dish to consume in sehri, as it contains calcium and helps to keep one hydrated. It can be good source of protein, vitamins, and probiotics, among many other things. These can protect your bones and teeth, as well as help you avoid digestion issues. To enjoy the sweet taste of yoghurt, you can add some sugar to it as well.

2. Eggs


These provide us with a long-lasting source of power since they do not produce an increase in insulin or blood glucose levels. It's thought to be a good source of protein. It also contains a variety of nutrients like as iodine, iron, choline, folate, riboflavin, and vitamins B6 and B12. It can be served with roti or paratha with a variety of delicious options, such as cheese omelet, half fry, or hard-boiled eggs.

3. Dates


It is also a very good practice to eat dates during Sehri. By including three to four dates in your meal, you're providing your body with minerals, antioxidants, vitamins, fiber, folate, and so on in addition to the nutrients in the meal.

4. Phaniyan


Phaniyan is one of the classic Ramadan dishes that can be prepared quickly. it is one of the most popular items in Pakistan. It's a nutrient-dense snack that will keep you fueled for the entirety of your fast. To enjoy your sehri, combine it with milk or tea.

5. Oatmeal


In our traditional diet, porridge is a well-known energizer. which means oats are one of the most nutrient-dense foods available. Fiber makes you feel full, so you don't get hungry as quickly.   In Sehri, eat a small dish of Daliya with some fruits and dates or you can add chicken and spices to make it savory.

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Namrah Suhail


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