Ramadan is a great opportunity to lose weight as you’re already fasting for over 14 hours a day. But with fasting comes immense hunger and overeating. In order to lose weight in Ramadan, you need to really focus on nutrition. That means initially saying goodbye to all the latest Ramadan dessert trends and your mom’s famous kunafa or atayef.
But while cutting down on sugar and eating a healthy, balanced meal is essential, so is eating a low-calorie suhoor filled with healthy nutrients and food that will give you enough energy to maintain your fast the following day.
Your low-calorie suhoor meal should include the following:
- Lots of protein
- Filling meal to prevent you from eating hungry
- Neither too salty nor too sweet to prevent you from getting thirsty
Below are a few low-calorie suhoor recipes that will keep you energized and full without adding on to your calories:
Greek yogurt bowls for suhoor
Healthy egg recipes for suhoor for weight loss
Fava beans salad for suhoor
Low-calorie oatmeal for suhoor
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