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Foods Give You More Energy for Fasting

By Eskanisa R

04 May 2020

Recommendations foods for sahoor to give your more energy while fasting.

These foods will helps you keep the energy up with their vitamins, fiber, protein, carbohydrate and other which have good role in the process of breaking down food for energy.

1. Oats

This high-fiber food which has particularly a soluble fiber to make feel fuller and less hungry after eating. Hence, oats is an ideal alternative for rice which also rich in carbohydrates to make your sahoor (pre-dawn meal) perfect. You can either try make overnight oats (no-cook method of making oatmeal) with your favourite fruits or make oats to savoury dishes with chicken, tuna, Chinese green mustard, zucchini, sweet corn and other vegetables with high fiber and vitamins. 

2. Potatoes

Alongside oats, potatoes are high in carbohydrate to replace your daily rice consumption during fasting. Fiber in potatoes help prevent constipation and promote regularity for a health digestive tract. It also easy to cook and last longer than other vegetables if you stored in pantry.

3. Avocados

It is highly recommended to consume avocadoes during fasting to make you full longer. Avocados are high in protein which easily absorbed by your body because higher fiber than protein in meat.

4. Eggs

Like avocados, protein in eggs help you feel full longer while fasting. White part of egg is the main source of protein. Meanwhile the egg yolk has cholesterol which in some studies considered in normal amount. In other words, in moderate consumption of egg yolk is not increasing your cholesterol level drastically. If you want to keep up the energy bar during fasting, make sure you eat only the white part.

5. Almonds

This delicious and highly nutritious nut is high in protein and good fat. Along with that, almonds rich in magnesium to help control your blood sugar. It tastes way more delicious with your overnight oats with yogurt, low-fat milk, vanilla extract and drizzle of honey.



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