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What to Eat for Suhoor to Stay Hydrated (and Awake)

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day—and that still stands during Ramadan. What you eat during suhoor needs to sustain you until iftar, so choose your dishes carefully. Skipping suhoor completely or consuming unhealthy food (read: fried food) can leave you feeling sluggish and lethargic for the rest of the day. With 15-hour long fasts this year, it’s essential to eat the right foods and drink plenty of water to stay energized and hydrated throughout the day—and the Holy Month. Still not sure what to eat for suhoor? We round up ten healthy, energy-boosting foods to incorporate into your pre-dawn meal that will keep you revitalized, hydrated, and full until iftar.

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