According to nutritionists, a normal healthy person should consume one gram of meat daily, as one hundred grams of meat contains about 143 calories, 3 to 5 grams of fat, 26 grams of protein and many vitamins and minerals.
The amount of useful ingredients may vary depending on the body composition of any animal, but the usefulness is the same. For example:
Meat is made of protein. Animal protein contains the highest levels of nutrition. This protein is similar to human flesh protein, so the use of meat for recovery after an operation and disease is extremely useful.
Grease or fat:
Beef and goat meat contain different amounts of fat, depending on age, sex and diet. Some fatty acids in animal fats are essential for human health.
Meat is the best source of vitamin B12-A. This vitamin helps in blood formation, so it is also useful for the nervous system. If the body is deficient in vitamin B-12, symptoms such as lethargy, fatigue, difficulty breathing during exercise, discoloration of the skin, rapid heartbeat and hair loss appear. Also, it has harmful effects on the nervous system.
Meat is rich in zinc, which plays an important role in the development of the body as well as in the prevention of viruses.
Meat is an important source of selenium. This ingredient helps the body perform various chemical steps.
This ingredient is also found in abundance in meat, so goat and beef is also called “red meat”. The iron in meat is absorbed more quickly by the body.
This vitamin is also found in meat, which plays an important role in increasing blood and providing energy to the body. Phosphorus: This important element is also essential for the growth of the body, which is found in red meat. Creatinine: It provides energy to the muscles.
کریں Preserve the sacrificial meat properly:
In all ancient and modern civilizations, without meat, hospitality is considered incomplete, so in most families, even in ordinary days, meat is eaten with gusto. Because meat is nutritious, rich in protein, and rich in fat, many people store sacrificial meat in the freezer, so that it can be used for many days, but in this case There are many small things to keep in mind, so that you can stay safe from diseases. As the properties of the meat begin to decline over a period of three to six months, the meat should not be frozen for longer.
Store the sacrificial meat as soon as possible at zero temperature. Once the meat is taken out of the freezer and melted, do not freeze again. Since there are frequent power outages in some places, once the temperature drops below the freezing point, do not freeze the meat for more days. In ancient times, meat was dried in the sun to preserve it. The method was that the salted meat was dried in the sun and then used for many months. The Holy Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said many times about such dried meat.
Meat was also a prominent part of his daily diet, while the Holy Prophet slaughtered 100 camels on the occasion of “Hujjat-ul-Wada ‘”. Remember, camel meat is still the favorite food of the Arabs. The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) also ate camel meat many times. He used to like to eat sacrificial meat in different ways in ordinary days. The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) also ate boiled meat and liver roasted on coals. He also ate goat and mutton several times.
It is narrated from ‘Abdullah ibn Mas’ud that the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) preferred hand meat.
٭ Sacrificial meat and a few precautions:
Use less oil or ghee when cooking meat. Be sure to include ginger, garlic, turmeric, and hot spices. Sixty to one hundred grams of meat can be eaten at a time. Be sure to use a vegetable salad with meat as it provides fiber, so eating it does not cause constipation.
Lemons should be used exclusively with meat, as lemons help the body absorb the iron in the meat. During and after Eid, many desirable and favorite dishes of meat are made for many days. In such cases, it becomes a little difficult to refrain from these delicious and savory foods, so you must eat these meat dishes, but in moderation. Take the path of
On this occasion, it is very important to use vegetables and fruits along with meat in order to maintain a balanced diet, especially those suffering from diabetes, blood pressure and stomach diseases should be more careful in consuming meat and poultry foods. If diabetics overeat, it is best to walk fast for a while so that blood sugar levels return to normal. People with high blood pressure and gastric ulcers should use fried or boiled charcoal instead of fried meat. Patients with high blood pressure should use less salt and rest for a while. If you feel unwell despite all the precautions, consult your doctor.
In addition, the use of soft drinks should be avoided even on normal days, but green tea must be used on the occasion of Eid as it helps in digestion of food. On Eid-ul-Adha, in particular, make sure that food is eaten on time, as meat is digested late and over-eating, untimely or excessive food can lead to digestive disorders. The habit of not following restrictions can sometimes be very harmful to health.
* Do not allow the environment to be polluted after the sacrifice:
Sacrifice should be performed in accordance with the principles of hygiene and in a very polite manner. “Cleanliness is half faith.” The litter looks scattered, giving off a foul odor, so avoid throwing animal intestines and other wastes into streets, alleys, squares, intersections and drains as they pollute the environment and promote germs. Cause
Also, blood, meat, and mutilated animal parts increase the chances of spreading dangerous diseases, so if possible, immediately sprinkle lime on the area where the animal’s blood is shed, then when the blood clots, use a shovel. Pick it up and bury it in the mud and after a while wash the floor with surf. If the city administration has issued some instructions for disposing of animal carcasses, they should be strictly followed.
Otherwise, with your help, individually or collectively, dispose of these contaminants away from the population, to avoid polluting the environment. Especially in these coronary days, in all the stages of sacrifice, distribution of meat, preparation of meals, arrangement of feasts, etc., all precautions must be taken so that even the slightest omission can cause serious trouble.