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  • Consume lots of food rich in potassium like banana, milk and dates that are good in controlling thirst.
  • Boiled eggs revive and replenish body cells as they are rich in protein, calcium and potassium.
  • Drinking a glass of milk or yogurt during Iftar and Suhoor helps with digestion, cools down your body and rehydrates the digestive system.
  • Avoid lots of pickle, pickled veggies, hot spices and salty foods during Suhoor as their high sodium content increases the sense of thirst.
  • Overeating sweets during Suhoor increases thirst as the large amounts of sugar causes blood sugar to rise and fall rapidly, making you feel hungry.
  • It is recommended to limit the intake of caffeine-rich beverages like coffee and tea during Suhoor, as it results in the loss of fluids from the body. Replace them with drinks such as zhourat, anise and cinnamon.
  • Nutritionists recommend consuming a bean dish for Suhoor for its ability to extend the feeling of fullness during fasting hours, thanks to its rich fiber, protein and iron.