Avoid these 6 FOOD COMBINATIONS unless you want to fall Sick!

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What is life without good food! Food is comfort, pleasure, and satisfaction in one but there are times when it can make or break your day. Certain food combinations can wreak havoc on your digestive system and make you seriously ill.

Steer clear of these food combinations! You have been warned.

1.Watermelon and Milk 

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Eating melons and pouring it down with a glass of milk will not gel together! Mix them up and get ready for a gassy day, the combination can be very discomforting.

 

2. Fruit and Rice

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Starchy foods such as rice, wheat, potato etc. take longer to digest whereas fruits are easier to digest. When eaten together, the fruit can stay in the stomach for a longer period and ferment. Trust us, this is a situation you need to avoid!

 

3. Meat and Cheese 

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Meat and cheese are products that are very rich in protein. Consuming such high protein foods together will increase the protein content in the human body, which in turn increases the protein load on the liver!

 

4. Milk and Eggs 

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A common breakfast combination of Milk and Eggs does not affect the body instantly but it is due to cause harm in time. Both Milk and Eggs vary in protein content hence the consumption of it together can cause major digestion difficulties with age.

 

5. Soda and Mint 

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Have you seen the viral videos of mentos dipped into a bottle of soda? Yes! Now imagine that explosion inside your body? This food combination will leave you bloated and gassy, don’t try this at home!

 

6. Cereal and Orange Juice

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A wholesome breakfast meal of cereal and downing it with a fresh cup of orange juice is a cliche that needs to be broken. The starch present in the cereal, when mixed with the acid in orange juice, is bound to make you sick for the rest of the day!

Hope the above information is helpful to you. If you know any other unhealthy food combinations, please do let us know.

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