The rules of proper nutrition on Eid al-Adha!
Heavy foods consumed in the Feast of the Sacrifice affect our health, meat, pastry and sweet. After the sacrificed victim, the whole family …
Heavy foods consumed in the Feast of the Sacrifice affect our health, meat, pastry and sweet. After the sacrificed victim, the whole family meets at the table, and delicious meals are made, but after these meals, you can have serious problems. Especially with the roasting that is eaten right after the slaughter of the victim, excessive consumption of meat, digestion and cardiovascular system affects the general health status, especially during the feast. During the sacrifice feast; Everyone should pay attention to the basic principles of healthy eating, food selection, portion control and balanced distribution of food groups. Here are the rules of proper nutrition on Eid al-Adha. . .
How to eat sacrificial meat?
Meats are foods that are difficult to digest. The digestion of a normal meat takes 4 hours, while the fresh cut meat is digested in 8 hours. The flavor and cooking of the meat consumed after waiting is also better. It is healthier to consume after waiting for a few days.
How should we cook?
Cooking methods are very important in Eid al-Adha. While cooking the meat, methods such as boiling and grilling should be preferred and frying should be avoided. The method of cooking and frying for a long time at very high temperatures should not be preferred as it can cause the formation of various “carcinogenic substances”. It is better to cook or consume meats not with vegetables alone, but to provide a variety of nutrients.
Watch out for dessert consumption!
Wherever we visit, we always have a sweet holiday. But we shouldn’t miss the sweet dose. In the guests, the desserts with syrup should be limited to once a day. Instead, milk or fruit desserts should be preferred.