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Asociation is one of the most underated thing in Nutrition

Regardless of how well the tastes marry, the nutritional intake can be diminished without realizing it. It is important to correctly associate foods daily so that they are digested and assimilated optimally. It is important to know the different food groups and to learn how to combine them well to ensure good digestion. Poor digestion is characterized by digestive disorders, fatigue, flatulence or bloating.

 

  1. Tomatoes and cucumbers. Rich in vitamin C, tomatoes should not be eaten at the same time as cucumber because it contains an enzyme that interferes with the absorption of vitamin C, which will disrupt your digestive tract.

  2. Tea and milk. Although it is a classic, this mixture would not be ideal because casein in milk blocks the beneficial effects of tea. Dairy products take a long time to digest. Non-synchro digestion of two foods is not optimal. In addition, the acidity of the fruits further hinders the digestion of dairy products.

  3. Bananas and milk. According to many experts, these are the least compatible foods. This drink harms the intestinal flora because the ways in which they are digested are completely opposite.

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