Observing 'roza' during Ramadan? Know what to eat and avoid in 'sehri'.
All Islamic people who fast in Ramadan eat twice, once in the morning before the sun rises, called 'sehri' and in the evening after sunset, 'iftar'. But there are many rules for the morning sehri and evening iftar, which should be kept in mind. First, you must know what you should eat in the morning, i.e. during 'sehri'. Proper meals/food will help you observe 'roza' during the whole fasting month of Ramadan. Moreover, you will not feel thirsty and hungry throughout the day.
In sehri, you should eat filling food that doesn't make you feel hungry after a while, and neither makes your throat dry.