The meal combinations we eat frequently and enjoy may really be harmful to our digestive systems. I, like the vast majority of people, am affected by this....READ THE FULL ARTICLE FROM THE SOURCE

However, after conducting a number of studies, I learned that certain combinations can be fatal or immune-suppressing. To help you live a long and healthy life, I’ve compiled a list of the top 5 food combos to avoid at all costs.

1. Yogurt with Fruit

Researchers concerned with human health have strongly criticized this pairing. Evidence from experiments combining foods with yogurt suggests that the bacteria in yogurt react with the sugar in fruits, leading to toxins, allergies, and colds. The altered intestinal flora can be attributed to this concoction.

2. Banana and milk are a great combination.

After a long workout or stressful day, many people enjoy a banana milkshake. In any case, studies have shown that this is a lethal mix. According to studies, they can disrupt regular sleeping cycles and digestion, and they can also create toxins and allergies.

3. Cucumber and tomato salad

Tomato and cucumber are two flavorful ingredients that pair well together. Tomatoes, however, are a good source of Vitamin C, a nutrient the body needs. But there’s an enzyme in cucumbers that prevents or slows down the absorption of Vitamin C. This means that cucumbers counteract tomatoes’ beneficial effects.

4. Meat and potatoes, number four

Taking this combo increases your likelihood of gaining immunity. The lack of fiber and the abundance of saturated fat are to blame for this.

5. Beans And Cheese

Beans and cheese can be difficult on the digestive system, so please don’t eat them together if you’re sensitive. It’s bad for the digestive system. This combination causes gas and bloating, which is a concern in and of itself. You can, however, eat beans with other foods, including rice….CONTINUE READING THE FULL ARTICLE>>>


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