Go easy on meats this Eid Al Adha, doctors advise BY SAEED NASIR


Dubai: Overindulgence in meat arrangements during Eid Al Adha festivities can cost you your wellbeing and doctors guide moderation in use of beef. Most hospitals article a high volume of patients experiencing gastritis, diarrhoea and vomiting reporting at the disaster during Eid Al Adha.

Dr Rania Fauzy, General Practitioner in Internal Medication at Medcare Clinic Sharjah told Gulf Information: ‘People tend to have meat arrangements for breakfast, lunch time and dinner. Meat is heavy to absorb and high ingestion of red meat after ten times of fasting triggers indigestion, colic gastritis, throwing up and diarrhoea, and we’ve a 30 % rise in these cases during this time period.”

However, aside from a high incidence of indigestion complaints, heavy consumption of red meat has a significant impact on cholesterol and center health and is likely to induce cardiac shows and cause higher occurrence of thickening of arteries. Even heavy ingestion of red beef for two days can be toxic for those already suffering from high cholesterol, obesity, diabetes and cardiovascular diseases, doctors warned.
Dr Juliott Vinolia, scientific dietician and brain of the nourishment team at Medeor 24/7, advised Gulf Information: “According to the recommendations of the American Dietary Association, it is not advisable to consume more than 150 to 200 gm of red meat in a day. But beginning with meats stews, cutlets, grills, intensely curried items, burgers and cutlets for everyone three meals, people finish up having practically 500 gm to one kg of red meats. Red beef makes the bloodstream very acidic, increases the the crystals and nitrogenous waste chemical substances in the blood and also brings about excessive weight on the kidneys. People who curently have kidney stones have a higher risk of producing urate stones. Gleam risk of producing gall bladder rocks.”
Dr Vinolia said that even excesses of an day or two can prove highly toxic for folks. “Our digestive tract is not designed to handle such higher level of proteins which generates a great deal of peptic acid solution triggering nausea, throwing up and diarrhoea. Besides treated red beef is saturated in sodium and even the fresh slashes from the butcher, prepared with barbecue sauces and curries also goes on top of sodium causing a sodium build-up, which is not a good idea for hypertension patients. Even a couple of days of heavy utilization of red beef can cause aggravation of arthelosclerosis in heart and soul patients,” she warned
Dr Fauzy suggested people to become more selective in their food habits and not to go overboard with meat utilization. “Even two times of heavy beef consumption can cause a surge in Low Density Lipo Health proteins. Many Arab people like to have fat-laden red meat, which is very harmful. A single piece of veal for example is 800 calories from fat and such high calories from fat consumption can harm your digestive function as the abdomen has already been very hypersensitive after ten days and nights of fasting.”

How to moderate meat consumption

1.Portion control is the main element. Limit your intake to significantly less than 200 gm of red beef even if you have to eat it through breakfast, lunch and meal.

2.Have soups, steamed fruit and vegetables and salads to counteract the acidic aftereffect of red meat.

3.Try and avoid heavily curried meats, which is saturated in olive oil, too spicy and could irritate your digestive system. When you have to eat, get a limited portion of grills and mix fry meat arrangements.

4.While buying beef cuts from the butcher, make sure to get all system.drawing.bitmap trimmed off as fatty red meat is very harmful.

5.Go easy on salt and avoid treated red meats to keep sodium consumption in control.

6.In the event that you already suffer from non-communicable diseases such as diabetes, center conditions, excess weight or high cholesterol, be medicine-compliant. In other words, do not miss an individual dose of your regular medication and have it at the chosen time.

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