CARDIOLOGY SPECIALIST DR. ÖZGÜR ÖZ EXPRESSED THAT INCREASING FREQUENCY OF EATING IN THE HOLIDAY INCREASE THE LOAD OF THE HEART.
Cardiology Specialist Dr. Özgür Öz stated that cardiovascular diseases increased due to the deterioration of eating habits during the feast of sacrifice.
There is an increase in red meat consumption during Eid al-Adha. Roasting made of sacrificial meat and foods served during holiday visits can trigger diseases. Pointing out that heart diseases have increased with the deterioration of eating habits compared to before the holiday, Cardiology Specialist Dr. Özgür Öz said that the foods consumed during the feast increase the burden of the heart. Explaining that there are many problems related to cardiovascular diseases during Eid al-Adha, Öz said: “There are a number of reasons for this. One of the most important problems we face, especially during the feast, is one of the most important problems we face. Both frequent feeding, increasing the amount of nutrition and heavy meals. Unfortunately, it increases the heart problems during the holidays. Some sweet, syrupy foods can cause metabolic problems that increase the load on the heart.”
Stating that if eating habits are disrupted, various cardiovascular diseases will be invited, Dr. Öz warned the heart patients, who had various ailments, especially before the holiday, as follows: In this respect, we know that everyone continues their old habits, maintains the frequency of eating as their old habits, avoid heavy meals, avoid overeating, heavy oily foods in summer and food until late hours put a serious burden on our hearts. Everyone needs to be more careful in this regard, and especially people with cardiovascular diseases should act more cautiously.”