Fasting during Ramadan means abstinence from all food or drink, including water and chewing gum, from dawn to sunset. It is recommended that before sunrise, Muslims eat a meal known as Suhur. This meal often resembles breakfast, but in some cultures it may include more dinner-like foods

How do you eat during Ramadan?

During Ramadan, Muslims wake up well before dawn to eat the first meal of the day, which has to last until sunset. This means eating lots of high-protein foods and drinking as much water as possible right up until dawn, after which you can’t eat or drink anything. At dawn, we perform the morning prayers

Ramadan is a great opportunity to break the chains of bad eating habits, but the majority are not reaping the full benefits of this month, what we eat outside for fasting is crucial for our health .To fully benefit from fasting, A person should put a great deal into the type and quantity of food they indulge in thought out the month.

The diet should be simple meal-not a FEAST-and should not differ substantially from your normal everyday diet.

A diet that has less the amount of food but is sufficiently balanced will keep your health and active during the duration for Ramadan

To maintain a balance diet, a person should consume food from all the major food groups.


The major food groups include,

Fruits and vegetables

Bread cereals and potatoes

Meat fish and chicken

Dairy product such as milk and cheese

Bread on us offers a wide range of frozen products that are used during Ramadan, such as :

  • Frozen shrimp spring rolls
  • Frozen spinach fatayer
  • Mini rosti pockets
  • Frozen butter chicken
  • Frozen meat Fateyer
  • Frozen Falafel
  • Frozen potatoes peas Samosa
  • Frozen cheese samboukes