21 May, 2018

You'll never be thirsty after Suhoor if you follow these tips

With long fasting hours during Ramadan, it’s very important for you to take precautions when it comes to water consumption. This will help ensure you stay healthy and balanced through this holy month!

Drink water between Iftar & Suhoor

To avoid thirst after Suhoor, you should prepare your body before Suhoor. Hence, make sure you drink at least 2 L of water to stay hydrated and store water the next day of fast.

Eat your water

Fruits and vegetables are a natural storehouse of water and energy. Not only will you stay hydrated the next day, but you will also acquire the needed energy to carry on until Iftar time. You can chop strawberries and pears in a food processor and mix with some banana slices and plain old yogurt.

Divide your water intake

Don’t drink all your water at once, or else you will lose it all even before reaching Suhoor time. Instead, limit your consumption to 1-2 cups every once and a while between Iftar and Suhoor.

Drink fresh juice

In addition to water, you can stock on other fluid sources by pressing your favorite fruits in the juicer attachment of Masterchef 9000. Berries, apples, pineapples… the choices are endless and oh so delicious!