Ramadan can be tough. I mean, no water or food from dawn to sunset and scorching heat and car exhaust blasted in your face – not exactly a pleasant experience. Despite all that however, if your diet includes the necessary fruits, you'll be able to last all day ... or at least, a little while longer.
Loaded with potassium, bananas are one of the best sources of resistant starch, a healthy carb that fills you up and helps to boost your metabolism.
Blueberries are also rich in manganese, which plays an essential part in metabolism, which can help keep you slim and energized.
A perfect energy booster is also an excellent source of manganese, copper and vitamins C, B1 and B6 as well as needed fibers.
Low on calories but a great energy booster, watermelon is filled with lycopene and is also a source of vitamins A and C.
Adding more apples to your diet should be a priority; they change your metabolism and brain chemistry, ultimately affecting your energy level and mood.
Pomegranate is high in vitamin C and potassium, lowers blood pressure and also has powerful antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties that reduce the risks of heart disease risk.
Not only does it boost the immune system, clear the skin and improve eye vision, this yummy fruit is a source of copper and potassium which are essential for rejuvenating red blood cells and fighting off high sodium intake.
8. Plums and Prunes
Dubbed the world's healthiest fruits, plums and prunes stabilizes blood pressure, increases absorption of iron into the body, and are high on vitamins C and K.