Overtime, most people have come to appreciate the beauty of taking fruits and vegetables as a major way to stay healthy but what we don’t know is that some fruit combinations can be downright harmful to your overall health, hence doing the opposite job they’re meant for.
So for all fruit lovers especially those who love smoothie and fruit drinks, this is for you.

You can thank me later… See below:

‚ÄčA Pudding And Banana Mix

Combining pudding and banana will weaken your brain activity and also affect your digestive system. This combination can cause an accumulation of harmful toxins which can also cause death in infants.


An Orange And Carrot Combo

This combo can cause bile reflux and heartburn when consumed. It can also damage your kidneys as studies have shown.


A Pineapple And Milk Mix

A milk and pineapple mix can cause a series of problems as the bromelain in pineapple and milk do not go well together. This combo causes nausea, abdominal pain, diarrhoea and headaches. With all these problems it’s advisable you do not give this combo to your children as it could be deadly.


Papaya And Lemon Mix

The consumption of this mix will increase your risk of anaemia and it also affects your blood haemoglobin levels, it’s particularly not good for little kids.


A Guava And Banana Combo

You can increase your risk of acidosis, nausea, gas buildup and persistent headaches when you consume this mix.


Orange And Milk Mix

You will increase your risk of having digestive issues when you consume a mixture of orange and milk. If you mix orange to your cereals you will increase your risk of indigestion due to your stomachs inability to digest the starch from the cereal.

Veggies And Fruits

You should avoid consuming fruits and veggies together. The sugar in fruits will stay in your gut for an extended period of time and take longer to digest. As the fruits remain in your gut they will ferment and in the process toxins are released into your bloodstream and can cause belly ache, diarrhoea and headaches. It is advisable to mix fruits together.

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