Whether we admit it or not, many of us feel gnawing pangs of hunger as we fast throughout the holy month of Ramadan. Try including some of the following foods in your Suhoor meal to stay full for longer.
Flax seeds are rich in both protein and healthy omega-3 acids, not to mention they are packed in fiber. Add a spoonful to your smoothie or sprinkle some over fruit to keep you feeling full for longer.
Eat it sweet with fruits or add some vegetables for a savory treat, quinoa is a complex grain and one that can help you suppress your cravings effortlessly. It can be easily incorporated into a wide range of meals, delivering healthy protein, vitamins, and complex carbs to the body.
Whether you prefer almonds, walnuts, or cashews, nuts can be easily added to porridge, fruit, yogurt, or even savory dishes. Nuts are rich in pinolenic acid which is responsible for stimulating the production of hormones within the body and also responsible for appetite suppression.
Eat it whole or slice it up on toast; apples are very beneficial in keeping hunger at bay. They are rich in fiber, minerals, and vitamins and are the perfect hunger suppressant.
Perhaps one of nature’s most versatile foods, especially for Suhoor, eggs can help you stay full for longer while providing essential amino acids, vitamins, and minerals to the body.