Everyone already knows the importance of including fruits and vegetables in your diet every day.
However, not all fruits and vegetables go well together and there are some combinations that can do more harm than good. Besides being unhealthy these combinations can even have fatal consequences. Keep reading to find out which foods should never be eaten together:
Banana and pudding
This combination stimulates toxic production that can be even fatal for infants. Also, it is very hard to digest and will make your mind work much slower.
Carrots and orange
Even though this is a very popular combination it often causes heartburn and excess bile reflux. There have even been cases when this combination caused kidney damage and even fatal complications.
Milk and pineapple
Combining milk and pineapples can cause severe headaches, infections, diarrhea, stomach pain and nausea. The reason for this is because pineapples are rich in bromelain, a compound that should never be mixed with milk. Also, this combination is very dangerous for babies.
Lemon and papaya
Lemon and papaya mixture can cause problems with the hemoglobin levels and even anemia. It is just as dangerous for children and adults.
Banana and guava
Consuming this mixture leads to nausea and headaches and also causes acidosis and gasses.
Milk and orange
Some people eat their cereal with some orange juice added in, however if you are one of those you should know how unhealthy this combination is. Orange juice makes it harder for the stomach to process the starch and milk from the cereal which causes digestive problems and other health issues.
Fruits and vegetables
Fruits are rich in sugar and they are much harder to digest than vegetables because they stay longer in the stomach. If consumed with vegetables they start fermenting and release toxins that cause stomach aches, infections, diarrhea and headaches.
Fruits should only be consumed with other fruits. Here are some combinations that are perfectly safe and healthy:
Sweet and acid free fruits such as bananas, apples, plums, cantaloupe and watermelon can be consumed together.
Foods that contain citric acid such as lemons, grapes, kiwis, grapefruit, blueberries and oranges are safe to mix.
Semi-acidic means low acid. For example raspberries, mango, strawberries and apples can be consumed together.
Avocados, almonds, peanuts, walnuts and coconuts are foods that are rich in salts, protein, oils and vitamins and can be consumed together.
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