Some foods pair together nicely like peanut butter and jelly, steak and potatoes, and strawberries and bananas. On the other hand, eating certain foods together can cause bloating, gas, and indigestion. But how can you pinpoint which combination is causing you digestive stress?
Being aware of certain foods that simply don’t go together can help you reduce indigestion and other digestive symptoms so that you don’t feel sick after consuming them. Here are some of the most common food combinations to avoid to reduce your risk of gastrointestinal symptoms.
|Milk||Bananas, melons, curd, sour fruit, bread containing yeast|
|Melons||Grains, starch, fried food, cheese|
|Starches||Eggs, milk, bananas, dates|
|Radishes||Milk, bananas, raisins|
|Nightshades (potato, tomato, peppers, eggplant)||Yogurt, milk, melon, cucumber|
|Yogurt||Milk, sour fruits, melons, hot beverages|
|Mangoes||Yogurt, cheese, cucumbers|
|Lemon||Yogurt, milk cucumbers, tomatoes|
Aside from avoiding these food combinations, there are other ways you can ease digestion. For example, you can consume ginger, ensure your diet is full of probiotic-providing foods, avoid ice water during meals and only take small sips, chew your food thoroughly, and don’t rush eating.
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