We should know that in Nigeria, Kilishi is commonly made by northerners. It is common meat that people take and buy for their loved ones whenever they want to travel. The reason why it is commonly bought for travelling is that it hardly spoil. The meat has been dried and no water of microorganisms would easily spoil it. The meat is also very sweet because of the way it is being prepared. The meat is dried and mixed with a lot of ingredients. The ingredients are pasted on the meat and make it very sweet.
We should know that eating Kilishi has health benefits and it is also dangerous to our health. The dangers can be avoided if we are careful of where we get our Kilishi from. For today, we would be looking at the two health benefits of taking Kilishi. It is not just about the sweetness but what it also does in our body whenever we decide to eat Kilishi.
The first good health benefit of Kilishi is that it is rich in protein and low in carbohydrates. We all know what protein does in our bodies. It is very good for our body system and protein helps with the immune system in the body. More so, for those who like eating Kilishi, they don't have to worry about their weight. This is because Kilishi is very low in carbohydrates. You can eat as many as you want without having to worry about your weight.
There is salt and sodium in Kilishi. For those who have eaten it before, we would know there's salt in Kilishi. This salt even helps in preserving the Kilishi and makes it last longer. Apart from this, salt and sodium are good for our bodies. They help to balance the fluid in our body and helps to keep the blood pressure at a healthy rate.
These are the two health benefits of taking Kilishi. Although, the danger in it is the way it is being prepared. If not well prepared, it can easily be contaminated and would be harmful to our health instead of helping it. The best thing we can do is to know where we get our Kilishi from and know if the person is hygienic.
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