Mixing fruits is it appropriate? And in a Macedonian? - Green Health Tips - Health & Fitness News Mixing fruits is it appropriate? And in a Macedonian? | Green Health Tips - Health & Fitness News

Mixing fruits is it appropriate? And in a Macedonian?

Who does not like to take from time to time a rich Macedonian ? They suppose an explosion of flavors of the most varied thanks mainly to th...

Who does not like to take from time to time a rich Macedonian ? They suppose an explosion of flavors of the most varied thanks mainly to the amount of fruits that we can use in the preparation. It is also worth noting that this orange, banana, apple, pear or kiwi concoction among so many other fruits is an inexhaustible source of vitamins, minerals and a multitude of nutrients of all kinds that prove to be most beneficial to health.

In short, anyone who wants to eat a healthy and balanced diet should take at least once a week a fruit with their favorite fruits to strengthen their body, especially now that there are only a couple of months left for winter “Start to make yours” with the cold and lower temperatures.

Mixing fruits is it appropriate?  And in a Macedonian?

However, although eating fruit is always highly recommended and suitable for our health, in addition to enriching our diet in a natural way,  it is not always advisable to mix some fruits in concrete , as they can get to sit really bad.

Fruits that should not be mixed in a Macedonian

Does this mean that we have absolute freedom to consume fruits together without this entailing any adverse effects? Nothing is further from reality. When preparing a Macedonian must take into account certain mixtures that we must avoid as much as possible:

Pineapple accompanied by dairy products

The truth is that the pineapple does not house very well with any dairy. This is because this fruit contains bromelain , a component that if we mix later with yogurt or some whole milk will only get this mixture intoxicated a bit and cause us some discomfort in the stomach in the form of pain or pangs in the belly.

Therefore, it is best to avoid combining or mixing the  pineapple with any dairy, especially if it is in the form of a smoothie. However, with yogurt it tends to get better.

Banana with guava

This macedonia made with banana and guava is only going to get us to suffer a stomach acidity of the most considerable only a few minutes after ingesting it after any lunch or dinner. The symptoms will intensify if we have also had a meal of the most copious or spicy . So be very careful with this: it is not appropriate to mix the  banana with the  guava .

Mixing fruits is it appropriate?  And in a Macedonian?

Orange with carrot

Who would have thought that two fruits and vegetables like orange and carrot were not going to get a good mixed result in a Macedonian? However, we must bear in mind that these two foods together can also cause acidosis and excessive production of bile, a condition that can have negative consequences for the proper functioning of our liver.

Lemon with papaya

Already this mixture is the strangest thing to us. And is not for less. If you still do not see entirely clear, we say that a fruit salad with lemon papaya will only get long – term suffer a picture of anemia (iron deficiency sometimes so necessary in our body) along with other issues related to the secretion of hemoglobin .

Mixing fruits is it appropriate?  And in a Macedonian?

Which Macedonians are beneficial to health?

Now that you have already known that Macedonians can have negative effects in our organism, surely you have the following doubt hanging around your head: what are the fruits that we can mix ? Here are some ideas:

  • Banana, kiwi, peach, orange and natural yogurt . If you are looking for a sweet dessert after your lunch or dinner, it is sure to be made with natural yogurt (without added sugar) will satisfy all your needs.
  • Apple, orange, mandarins and stevia . Do you want to strengthen your immune system now that the cold begins to appear on the horizon with a good kick of vitamin C? For we are sure that this Macedonian will help you avoid any colds or flu.
  • Melon, pineapple, mint and natural orange juice . We will close this article to tell you about this Macedonian that can be practically taken as if it were a juice. You can add all these fruits in the same bowl and give a final touch with a mint leaf. Completely delicious !.

COMMENTS

Name

Beauty,53,Blood,220,Body,375,Brain,47,Diet,247,Ear,400,Eye,72,Fitness,2,Foot,17,Fruits,149,Gym,12,Hair,74,Head,90,Health,412,Heart,104,Joint,41,Kidney,61,Love,68,Lung,23,Medical,177,Mouth,41,Muscle,114,Nail,18,News,516,Nose,21,Nutrition,143,Recipes,93,Running,8,Skin,225,Sport,50,Teeth,28,Throat,21,Vegetables,135,Weight Loss,47,Yoga,14,
ltr
item
Green Health Tips - Health & Fitness News: Mixing fruits is it appropriate? And in a Macedonian?
Mixing fruits is it appropriate? And in a Macedonian?
http://greenhealthtips.ga/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/Mixing-fruits-is-it-appropriate-And-in-a-Macedonian.jpg
Green Health Tips - Health & Fitness News
http://www.greenhealthtips.com/2017/10/mixing-fruits-is-it-appropriate-and-in.html
http://www.greenhealthtips.com/
http://www.greenhealthtips.com/
http://www.greenhealthtips.com/2017/10/mixing-fruits-is-it-appropriate-and-in.html
true
1776578211841385733
UTF-8
Loaded All Posts Not found any posts VIEW ALL Readmore Reply Cancel reply Delete By Home PAGES POSTS View All RECOMMENDED FOR YOU LABEL ARCHIVE SEARCH ALL POSTS Not found any post match with your request Back Home Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat January February March April May June July August September October November December Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec just now 1 minute ago $$1$$ minutes ago 1 hour ago $$1$$ hours ago Yesterday $$1$$ days ago $$1$$ weeks ago more than 5 weeks ago Followers Follow THIS CONTENT IS PREMIUM Please share to unlock Copy All Code Select All Code All codes were copied to your clipboard Can not copy the codes / texts, please press [CTRL]+[C] (or CMD+C with Mac) to copy