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Why should non-vegetarian food should not be eaten in the month of Sawan?
Why should non-vegetarian food should not be eaten in the month of Sawan?

People are currently engrossed in worshiping Lord Shiva during the holy month of Sawan all across the nation. Lord Shiva is the focus of this entire month. People devote their time to worshiping Bhole Baba at this time. During this time, many people refrain from eating meat, poultry, and other such things. There are both religious and scientific justifications for this.

The holy month of Sawan has begun, as has the monsoon season. This month, which is devoted to Lord Shiva, is highly revered and important in Hinduism. People worship Lord Shiva and seek his blessings all throughout Sawan. Along with this, people observe many rules, regulations, etc. during this period. Some people avoid onions and garlic during this time, while others stop eating milk, curd, etc.

In addition to all of this, people start avoiding non-vegetarian food, etc., as soon as the monsoon season begins. Despite the fact that most people abstain from non-vegetarian foods during the month of Sawan due to their religious convictions, there is some scientific justification for this. You will learn about these scientific justifications for avoiding non-vegetarian foods, etc., in this article today.

Digestion issues

The monsoon season includes the month of Sawan. As a result of the ongoing rain during this time, the sun was unable to shine for several days. We do not receive enough sunlight as a result. As a result, our metabolism, or digestive power, weakens. When this occurs, it becomes extremely difficult for us to digest such heavy non-vegetarian food, and it begins to rot in the intestine, which can lead to a number of serious issues.

Breeding month

Many animals breed in the rainy season. The majority of animals breed during this time of year. Eating any pregnant organism in such a situation is harmful to our bodies. The bodies of these living things undergo numerous hormonal changes during pregnancy, according to science. Their consumption has a negative impact on our health in such circumstances.

The risk of infection increases

Many different infections start spreading in the environment in the month of Sawan as a result of the constant rain. Animals in this situation, as well as animals that consume grass, leaves, etc., become infected with these contagious diseases. The likelihood of contracting the infection rises when we consume meat from these infected animals. In this season, it is suggested that you stay away from non-vegetarian foods.

Ayurveda also explains the reason

According to Ayurveda, during Sawan, or monsoon season, our immunity deteriorates. In such a situation, greasy, meat-based, or spicy foods affect both our digestion and immunity. Such food is not easy to digest. This is the rationale behind Ayurveda's recommendation to eat easily digestible, light food during Sawan.

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