It’s important to keep hydrated during your long days in Ibadah during Hajj or ‘Umrah, and equally important to make sure that your body has the fuel it needs to keep you walking, praying and throwing stones as required.
When you’re caught up in the emotion and spiritual energy of Hajj, surrounded by millions of other Believers all striving to gain closeness to Allah (SWT), it’s easy to forget to eat or even drink water. In many ways, this can be a good thing: toilets are often accompanied by long queues in the hot sun, and when you finally get to them, their state may leave you questioning whether you actually need to use the toilet after all.
If you’re a traveler, many of the following snacks will probably be familiar to you – not only do they keep well, they can also be transported in small containers and are packed with fast-absorbing, fast-acting carbohydrates to provide you with the insulin spike you need when you feel yourself starting to fade. Save the foods with higher protein and fat components for your breakfasts and dinners. Remember too that if you are planning to transport food with you into Saudi Arabia, check the customs regulations about food closer to the date of your departure.
Dates are abundant in Makkah and Medina, alhamdulillah, So if the stock begin to drain you can easily find it any where. Dried dates are likewise higher in sugar levels and starches than numerous other dried natural products, which makes them a great choice
Keeping hydrated is your main need for your physical body during Hajj or ‘Umrah. While customary water is incredible for hydrating you on a typical day, you’ll likely be sweating out electrolytes for the duration of the day, so something like coconut water – which contains five key electrolytes – is an extraordinary choice while on Hajj or ‘Umrah. On the off chance that coconut water isn’t promptly accessible, any sports drink will likewise do the trick. Consider conveying a hydration bladder in your backpack with an effortlessly open mouthpiece so you don’t need to continue going after your jug.
Granola is a great alternative for long days of vitality consumption, and granola bars make it considerably less demanding to transport. Accepting you’re not staying with family or companions, you likely won’t approach a stove while on Hajj or ‘Umrah, so make these at home and carry them over the oceans with you!
Make your own trail mix by combining your choice of chopped dried fruit, seeds, cereals, toasted nuts and cacao nibs. Trail mix has a good mix of carbohydrates, proteins and fats for long distance walking, and is easily transportable in a sandwich bag and popped into your mouth when needed.
• Cashews, Brazil nuts, dried mango, coconut flakes, banana chips
• Goji berries, pistachios, dried blueberries, flax seeds, cacao nibs
• Almonds, wasabi peas, sesame seeds, dried ginger, puffed rice
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