Doctors have advised people against immediate cooking and improper preservation of sacrificial animals’ meat during the Eid-ul-Azha to avoid infectious and fatal diseases among people, especially the patients with diabetes, liver, renal, kidney, cardiac, hepatitis and high blood pressure complications.
They have urged people to be moderate in eating meat of sacrificial animals on the Eid in order to stay healthy. Extra intake of the meat could cause indigestion, diarrhea, stomach pain, fever, etc.
After a certain period of time, the over-eating stats showing its effects on blood pressure, arthritis, heart diseases, cancer, deficiency of calcium leading to osteoporosis, etc, besides causing obesity which depresses pancreas only to reduce formation of insulin in the body, and may cause diabetes.
They, however, also term the meat of sacrificial animals the purest as compared with mutton or beef available in markets throughout the year. It is full of nutrition, curing most of the diseases, if eaten in moderate quantity.