Why Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W) Avoid Eating Kaleji (Liver)

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Beef livers provide us nutrient-rich storage depots. When sourced from healthy, grass fed cows, liver is absolutely loaded with a wide spectrum of vitamins, minerals, proteins and fat. It is particularly rich in the key nutrients that help keep our brains healthy. These include the essential fatty acids EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid), DHA (docasahexaenoic acid), and AA (arachidonic acid), as well as vitamin B12.


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Most animal foods contain some amount of vitamin B12, but by far, the best source is liver which should be eaten at least once a week. Many disorders of the nervous system result from vitamin B12 deficiency causing a myriad of illnesses and behaviors.

You should not totally avoid red meat. While it is generally higher in saturated fat, you can cut this by removing its skin. Opt for leaner cuts of red meat such as beef, pork and chicken. They still contain a vast amount of protein and as long as they are skin-free, the fat is removed or reduced, and nothing unhealthy is added to them, they make healthy additions to any diet.

Why Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W) Avoid Eating Kaleji (Liver)

Consuming enough Vitamin D is an important part of a healthy, nutritious diet. Vitamin D is a major player in blood clotting. It also helps in bone synthesis. You can find Vitamin D in cabbage, beef liver, and green leafy vegetables. It’s also found in smaller amounts in milk, cereals, meats, and eggs.

Planning out your nutrition according to your own specific needs is key for finding the best outcome. Eating healthy is so important as it ensures your body has what it takes to get you though each day. So, take what you have learned and assemble a nutrition plan that is right for you.

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