People already suffering from various ailments should avoid salty meat, fat in meals

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Associate Professor of Medicine, Postgraduate Medical Institute Dr. Israr-ul-Haq Toor has said that people already suffering from various ailments should avoid salty meat and fat in meals. He added that everyone should remain careful and not take excessive quantity of meat. Moreover vegetable or beans can be added in meat for better taste and less danger.

These views were expressed by Dr. Israr-ul-Haq Toor while giving a lecture to the medical stu-dents at LGH Medical Unit-I. He pointed out that it is needed to raise awareness among masses about the harmful health effects of eating too much meat.

He maintained that if the excretion of protein in the urine is high, one should stay away from salty and fatty meats. Patients with dialysis can eat adequate amount of meat on Eid-ul-Adha, but it is also important for them to avoid salt and other beverages, he added. Dr. Israr clarified that those suffering from liver disease should not use salt and fat and take the meat only as a taste.

He said that patients suffering from stomach acid and heartburn should also avoid spicy, fatty and improper cooked meat on the eve of Eid. He said that always choose healthy and young animals for sacrifice and do not forget to vaccinate these animals to prevent the disease.

Dr. Toor said that diabetes, BP are common and people suffering from such diseases should use steamed stuff, moreover quit smoking and other drugs, take medicine as well as exercise and go for walks are also important.

He further said that meat should not be kept in the freezer during the current wave of the season as doing so can increase the bacteria in the meat which can be easily transmitted to the body and cause various diseases.

He further said that edibles, fast food and bakery stuff can also cause complications on the occasion of Eid. Dr. Israr said that we should take special care of our health on this happy occasion and not cause trouble for ourselves and our family due to any carelessness.

These views were expressed by Dr. Israr-ul-Haq Toor while giving a lecture to the medical stu-dents at LGH Medical Unit-I. He pointed out that it is needed to raise awareness among masses about the harmful health effects of eating too much meat.

 

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