Eid-ul-Adha is the Sunnah of Abraham (A.S). In doing so, cows, sheep, goats, camels and rams are sacrificed. The joys of Eid are celebrated with great care after performing religious duties. Meat is distributed and a variety of meat dishes are cooked in each house and this process continues for a long time. Of course, meat gives strength to the body, produces blood and is also the guarantor of human health. Eating too much meat is also unhealthy. Therefore, eat meat in moderation on the day of Eid. Eating too much meat on Eid ul Adha can take you to the hospital. That’s why medical experts forbid eating more than 250 grams of red meat a day and recommend that salads, yogurt and lemons be used with meat.
Usually, people eat sacrificial meat after freezing for several months, which is harmful to health. Don’t store sacrificial meat for more than a month. Older meat can damage gums and increase the risk of cancer.
Do not eat meat immediately after the sacrifice but keep the meat in the open air for three to four hours, then cook it well and eat it. Also, try not to eat more spicy food. On the occasion of Eid, everyone should goat and cow. Peppers made from meat want to clean hands on spicy frying pans, steak and kebabs, but medical experts say it is harmful to health. According to doctors, excessive consumption of meat causes stomach diseases, uric acid and joint pain can also be a problem.
Drink Green Tea on Eid-ul-Adha
According to experts, the use of green tea instead of cold drinks on the occasion of Eid-ul-Adha is beneficial for health. Green tea helps in the digestion of food. So especially on the occasion of Eid-ul-Adha, you must drink green tea several times a day or at least drink a cup of green tea after eating.
Doctors say that precaution is better than cure and on the day of sacrifice, chew the meat slowly, well and eat it comfortably. Lack of punctuality in any case is one of the major shortcomings of our society. This habit of behaving erratically on the occasion of festivals is on the rise.
Doctors say that indigestion caused by meat can also cause the spread of corona. Experts say more caution is needed this year than in previous years due to the coronavirus. Don’t take the risk of corona for your family members who have stomach ailments.
On Eid-ul-Adha, food should be eaten on time as meat is digested slowly. Eating at the wrong time spoils the digestive system and as a result, the disease can come closer. Try to increase the consumption of fruits and vegetables with eating meat.
It is difficult to stop eating meat on the occasion of Eid-ul-Adha. Then everyone should eat but in small quantities so that they can celebrate Eid to the fullest. Eat healthy things and look healthy.