1 Seafood and Fruit
Fish, shrimp, and algae in seafood are rich in nutrients such as protein and calcium. If eaten with fruits containing tannic acid, it will not only reduce the nutritional value of protein, but also easily combine calcium and tannic acid in seafood. A new , non-digestible substance that can irritate the stomach and cause discomfort, causing symptoms such as stomach pain, vomiting, and nausea. Fruits containing more tannic acid include persimmon, grape, pomegranate, hawthorn, green fruit and so on. Therefore, these fruits should not be eaten with seafood at the same time, it is advisable to take two hours apart.
2 Milk and Orange
Eat oranges immediately after drinking milk, the protein in milk will first meet with the fruit acid and vitamin c in oranges to coagulate into pieces, affecting digestion and absorption, and will also cause symptoms such as bloating, abdominal pain, diarrhea.
3 Wine and carrots
American food experts caution people that eating wine with carrots is dangerous. Experts point out that because the beta-carotene, which is rich in carrots, enters the body together with alcohol, it will produce toxins in the liver and cause liver disease. Especially don t drink alcohol right after drinking carrot juice.
4 Liquor and soft drink
Because liquor and soda drink together will quickly make alcohol volatilize throughout the body and produce a large amount of carbon dioxide, which will seriously harm the stomach, intestine, liver, kidney and other organs, as well as damage to the heart and brain blood vessels .
5 Drink tea while eating meat
Some people drink tea shortly after eating high-protein foods such as meat and seafood, thinking they can help digestion. As everyone knows, the large amount of tannic acid in tea combined with protein will produce astringent tannic acid protein, which will slow down bowel motility and prolong the time of fecal retention in the intestine. Not only is it easy to form constipation, but it also increases the possibility of toxic and carcinogens being absorbed by the body.