Nabi Sallallaahu alaihi wasallam said: “The difference between our fast and that of the Ahlul-Kitaab (Jews and Christians) is that we eat Sehri and they do not.”
Nabi Sallallaahu alahi wasallam said: “Eat Sehri, because in it lies great blessings.”
Nabi Sallalllaahu alahi wasallam said: “Eat Sehri and strengthen yourself for the fast.”
Rasulullaah Sallallaahu alahi wasallam encouraged us repeatedly for partaking of Sehri. To such an extent that in one Hadith it is mentioned; “If there is nothing else (for Sehri), at least eat a date or drink some water.” Thus, when there are definitely great advantages and rewards in Sehri, Muslim should try hard to partake in Sehri as much as possible. However, in all things moderation (not too less or too much) is important, and eating more than the required amount is harmful. Neither should so little be eaten that one feels weak while fasting nor should so much be eaten that it causes discomfort. We have been advised not to overeat.