So our favorite yummiest Meaty-Eid is here. The festival of sacrifices “Eid-ul-Adha, is celebrated with great pomp and enthusiasm worldwide. Eid Ul Adha is special for the meat lovers. They are genuine foodies who can’t resist the delicious tikka and biryani, no matter how much they love their animals. With the love of food, there is always a risk of overeating that leads to various health issues. However, the appropriate amount of meat for healthy humans is 100 grams and we need to focus on these useful tips to stay healthy on this meaty eid.
“You don’t have to eat less, you have to eat right.”
Tips for going easy on yourself and staying healthy
We have gathered some nutritional tips for you, follow these to maintain your health this Eid.
Try To Walk
Going for a walk to inhale some fresh air always makes you feel refreshed. According to the nutritionist, you have to walk for at least 30minutes to make sure the food is digested within time. A good walk helps you manage your appetite and reduces your guilt of overeating.
Avoid Soft Drinks
It is good to avoid cold drinks, especially during Eid for a great many reasons. Soft drinks are loaded with sugars which can reduce the benefits of going meaty. This Eid avoids cold drinks and has a glass of Lassi with mint leaves for better digestion.
Portion Control Diet- A healthy Diet
Let your diet goals go for a toss and pilling your plate with food because the occasion is no excuse. Portion control is in hand, just toss your perspective.
To avoid overeating and control your diet simply ask for half or smaller portions, eyeball your appropriate portion and partner your desert. No restriction, but healthy habits.
Make Green Tea A part of Your Healthy Diet
It is Impossible to avoid meat when you are invited to lunch, dinner, or party.
Wipe the guilt with green tea and lemon. Lemon green tea helps you increase your metabolism rate.
Take time to put your fork down between mouthfuls and give your brain time to register your food intake. The slower you eat, the lesser you eat.
It may sound silly but, have you ever counted the amount of time you chew one piece of food? The more you chew food the more saliva mix in food and break it down into small pieces that help in digestion. Chewing is an important part of digestion and is also beneficial for overall health. One common piece of advice is to chew your food 32 to 40 times before swallowing it.
A lot of people suffer from some serious health issues during Eid Holidays due to overeating of meat. Their carelessness and love for the meat don’t bother them to look into their health and the results of high consumption of meat lead to serious health problems. So, This Eid Ul Adha we have shared a few healthy tips with you from top Nutritionists in Pakistan to stay healthy and enjoy your meaty Eid to its fullest.
Stay Happy and Healthy.