Published: 2023-03-23 13:41
Last Updated: 2024-02-24 17:21
During Ramadan, Muslims have Suhoor, which is a time to eat up a meal so that you can fast throughout the day. Suhoor is considered a key meal to stock up on plenty of minerals and vitamins that will keep our bodies active and healthy until iftar.
Here is why you should never skip Suhoor:
1- Suhoor activates the digestive system and maintains the level of sugar in the blood.
2- Suhoor prevents the feeling of fatigue and laziness. It gives the body the needed energy to practice daily tasks during the day.
3- It maintains the overall balance of the body.
4- Eating a healthy Suhoor meal helps keep hunger and thirst at bay.
5- It protects people from any problems caused by a lack of water or food, such as headaches, dizziness, and other things.
Wednesday, Jordan officially announced that Thursday, March 23, is the first day of the holy month of Ramadan.
This came after the General Ifta' Department in Jordan made the announcement at around 7:15 pm as the department investigated the crescent of the blessed month of Ramadan.