Eating Tips during Ramadhan


In a previous topic, we have discussed about several tips during Ramadhan. But, today we are going to talk about eating habit on Ramadhan. This eating routine expected to help you full longer.

A week more before Ramadhan. But, are you ready? Do you have prepared yourself to fasting full a month? Do not worry, we are going to discussed the eating habit during Ramadhan.

food for suhoor

Before dawn praying, we usually eating our suhoor foods. However, not all food recommended for suhoor. Try eating meals that contain high fiber. Food such as fruits, vegetables, or plant based food. Like our discussion in fiber topic, fiber can help you full longer. Here some foods that recommended for suhoor:

  • whole grain bread which high in fiber
  • avocado contain fiber and healthy fat
  • dates have been recommended for suhoor since prophet era.
  • peanut butter contain protein, fiber, and healthy fat.
  • apple
  • banana
  • figs
  • melons
  • lettuce
  • cucumber
  • yoghurt


Avoid fried food, fatty food, food full of spices, sweet food, salted food, pickles, and soft drink. This food will make you hungry soon after the Fajr prayer. You must be want to keep full until break fasting, don’t you?

the key for Ramadhan is enough

I know you have been hold your hunger for more than 12 hours. However, eating much for breaking the fast is not recommended. You can have your full meal on iftar time. Begin with a glass of water and a date for breaking the fast. After the Maghrib prayer you can begin your full meal.

Keep in mind to provide healthy food during Ramadhan. Besides that, do not overeat during iftar. You still have go to Ishaa prayer. Continue your meal, if you still need it, after Ishaa prayer.

keep hydrated

In normal day, we need 8 glasses of water daily. The same during Ramadhan. You still can provide 8 glasses of water for your body. Here’s the timeline:

  • after wake up,
  • before suhoor,
  • after suhoor,
  • at breaking the fast,
  • before dinner (Iftar),
  • after dinner (Iftar),
  • after Ishaa,
  • an hour before sleep.

Now you know the eating habit for your Ramadhan. Good luck, Healthy bestie!

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