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Suhour, eaten at Sahar is the most important meal during Ramadan. And as you prepare
for this wondrous season and its traditional practices, one of the most dramatic
things that you will probably remember is the deep-rooted ritual of the Musaharati
– the man who heralds the approach of Suhour with the beating of his drum.
It is a time when the world is silent before the break of dawn. When the night has
all but surrendered to the brightness of a new day and serenity surrounds your soul.
When your heart eagerly awaits the thread of light that appears on the horizon and
you are overwhelmed by the heavenly rays that touch the earth.
This is the time to partake in the holiest meal of the day, Suhour – a meal that
is the symbol of your heartwarming act of worship and one that is your source of
your energy all through the day.
So to help you realize the importance of this special meal, here are the reasons
why starting your day with Suhour is essential:
Here are some useful tips to make it healthier:
A balanced and varied Suhour should provide the body with all the essential food
groups (bread and cereals, milk and dairy products, meat and legumes, fruits and
Children who are fasting can be served eggs or cheese, bread, dates, 1 teaspoon
of honey and milk during this meal; these foods contain B vitamins, calcium, proteins
and carbohydrates, which activate digestion and provide the child with the energy
needed for fasting.
The best time to have Suhour is before dawn. Although this may involve waking up
earlier, it will ensure that your body benefits from the nutrients and energy provided
by the Suhour meal for longer hours during the day.
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