Eid El Adha: How to seek healthy dietary moderation


The feast of sacrifice is the period of meat consumption par excellence. The dishes are generally copious and fruits and vegetables are less present, or even completely absent from the diet, this leads to a dietary imbalance accompanied by a greater demand on the digestive system.

Mutton is high in fat and particularly saturated fat, which makes it more difficult to digest and can cause digestive discomfort or gastrointestinal upset.

Often Eid Al Adha meals are accompanied by carbonated drinks rich in sugars which can cause bloating if consumed in large quantities.

Late and heavy dinners should also be avoided because they are largely responsible for disturbed sleep, the digestive organs do not take the time to rest during the night and are therefore more exposed to problems.

To combine pleasure and health, the watchword is moderation. You must eat sensibly and in a balanced manner, favoring varied preparations which provide the body with all the necessary nutritional intake in proteins, carbohydrates, lipids, fibers, vitamins and trace elements.

Meals should be accompanied by fruits and vegetables, which are very important for their fibers which help digestion, without forgetting to drink enough water to avoid intestinal problems.

Sheep meat can provide a lot of vitamins and minerals to the body, it contains zinc, iron, phosphorus and vitamins B2 and B12, moderate and reasonable consumption of this meat is good for health if it is accompanied by respect for the rules of balanced diet and a good distribution of meals throughout the day.

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