Must eat meat on Eid al-Adha, but how much and how? The experts told

William Johnson

Medical experts have warned that carelessness and excessive eating on Eid-ul-Adha can make you sick. Patients with heart, liver, diabetes, cholesterol, high blood pressure, kidney and uric acid should eat very little meat on Eid.

Medical experts said that during the days of Eid, enjoy home-cooked meals, eat meat but in moderation, because khaskhori and chicken and spicy dishes can spice up your Eid.

Officials of Jinnah, Civil and Abbasi Hospitals say that since the evening of Eid, patients suffering from stomach ailments are brought to the accident department who suffer from overeating and indigestion.

Jinnah Hospital Consultant Physician Assistant Professor Dr. Umar Sultan told Sama Digital that on Eid-ul-Azha, one should eat sacrificial meat in moderation, especially diabetics and heart patients should be careful in eating sacrificial meat.

Dr. Umar Sultan advised the citizens that diabetes, heart, blood pressure, uric acid and kidney patients need special care, such people should be more careful in eating meat.

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He said that during these days, one should make a special plate in which salad, curd, fruit should also be eaten along with the meat of the sacrifice, eat the meat of the sacrifice for taste.

Dr. Umar Sultan said that patients who have high uric acid should use medicine during these days because due to high uric acid, they may face joint pain.

Patients with high blood pressure should avoid eating beef, also avoid food made from market spices as it is high in salt content.

He said that diabetes and heart patients should eat meat according to their age, eat meat with moderation and caution, if possible, eat meat with the advice of their physician.

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He said that liver patients also need to take care of themselves, those whose stomachs are full of water, they need to be very careful.

During the days of Eid, even in the homes of loved ones and relatives, there is modesty with dishes made of meat.

Eating too much meat can make you suffer from diarrhea, indigestion, stomach cramps.

Dr. Umar Sultan advises that sacrificial meat should not be stored in the freezer for more than two to three weeks as this affects its effectiveness, can cause bacterial growth and can cause stomach ailments. are

Public health expert Dr. Rana Jawad Asghar told Sama Digital that the sacrificial meat should be eaten according to its age, it should be cooked well because if it is not cooked well, it can cause stomach diseases.

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Eating meat for two or three days does not help, those who are elderly should eat only as much meat as they can digest, if they eat too much or overeat, they may suffer from stomach problems as a result. .

He said that this is the rainy season and we have seen this. In this season, most of the people used to eat less food, more water left the body.

Even if you eat more meat in winter, there is not so much problem, but in this season you don’t eat much meat, eating more meat in this season causes digestive problems.

People are advised to make gingerbread or lemon water and salty lassi, curd and salad a part of meals, try to avoid soft drinks.

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