Fight indigestion on Eid al-Adha with these drinks and fruits | A homeland tweeting outside the flock

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Eid al-Adha is always associated with eating the popular, fatty food that is prepared with meat, which results in a feeling of constant or recurring pain or discomfort in the upper part of the abdomen, or the so-called indigestion.

To improve digestive health in this case, you should add one or more of the following healthy drinks to your diet.

Here is a group of recommended drinks, according to what was published by (Healthline):

lemon tea

Lemon contains a compound called citral that provides anti-inflammatory benefits, thus lemongrass tea is used as a medicinal remedy to help reduce symptoms in some stomach issues like bloating and constipation, and helps soothe the stomach and keep digestive functions under control.

mint tea

Mint contains natural chemicals that help the digestive system by reducing spasms in the intestines and making the body more relaxed.

And mint can digest food more easily after eating it for this reason, it has also been found to potentially be effective in treating irritable bowel syndrome.

ginger tea

Ginger root stimulates saliva flow, bile production and stomach, so drinking warm ginger tea before or during a big meal may improve digestive health and prevent heartburn, stomach pain and indigestion.

water

Water is touted by doctors as a natural digestive aid, which means the body needs a lot of it for these cells to function.

Water also maintains the elasticity of the tissues in the digestive system while creating an environment that allows food to pass easily.

fennel tea

Fennel is full of fiber, and thus may help relieve constipation and other digestive issues that cause gas, as well as keep things moving properly in the digestive system.

Fruits that fight indigestion

In addition to the previous drinks, there are fruits that also help prevent indigestion, and may help you on Eid al-Adha, and as food.ndtv posted:

watermelon:

Watermelon is rich in antioxidants, vitamins A and C, and amino acids, and due to its high water content, it helps in digestion, keeps the body hydrated, and neutralizes acid in the stomach, which reduces annoying GERD.

the banana:

Bananas are a natural source of potassium, fiber, vitamin C, antioxidants and phytonutrients, and the fiber in them improves digestion and reduces GERD.

figs:

Figs contain minerals, potassium, calcium, iron, and natural sugars as well, and the fiber they contain helps in bowel movement and indigestion, and it is known that figs are a cure for constipation.

Papaya:

Tropical papaya fruit contributes to fighting heart disease, diabetes, cancer, bone health, and asthma. It also contains vitamin K, beta-carotene, calcium and a rich source of vitamin A. It is also rich in enzymes called papain that help improve digestion and reduce heartburn.

Peach:

Peaches are known to be very beneficial while treating diabetes, skin problems, colorectal cancer, etc. They are also low in acid content and beneficial for acid reflux patients, and contain Calcium, Iron, Magnesium, Vitamins A, B6, B12 and C.

apple:

Fattah contains vitamins A, C, D, B-16 and B-12, as well as calcium, iron and magnesium, which promote healthy digestion and regular bowel movement, reduce acidity, and calm the stomach.

The permissible amount of sacrifice meat

In another context, according to the National Health Service in the United Kingdom, it is advised to reduce the intake of meat to 70 grams.

And the NHS adds that making healthy choices can help you eat meat as part of a healthy, balanced diet. But some meats are high in saturated fats, which can raise blood cholesterol levels.

She also says that red meat is rich in protein, and red meat also provides us with iron, and vitamin B12, and some meat contains a high percentage of fat, especially saturated fat.

Eating too much of it can raise blood cholesterol levels, which increases the risk of heart disease.

Camel meat is the lowest in fat

Camel meat has the lowest fat content, followed by veal. The lamb contains the largest amount of fat. When eating sacrificial meat, choose the least greasy cut

When cooking meat, reduce adding oils to it. Remove any visible fat chunks before cooking.

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