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Lemon can't be eaten with anything

Lydia Rodarte-Quayle
2020-07-20 08:34:14
Lemon can not be eaten with seafood, milk and some foods containing anti vitamin C substances, such as carrots, cucumbers, etc. Eating lemon and seafood together will cause gastrointestinal discomfort. Eating lemon together with milk will increase the burden on the stomach and reduce the absorption efficiency. Eating lemon together with these foods containing anti vitamin C substances will reduce the nutritional value of the food.

1. Seafood

The rich calcium in seafood and citric acid in lemon react with each other, which may lead to protein coagulation, or poor absorption of calcium, cause gastrointestinal discomfort or increase the probability of stones.

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2. Milk

Lemon and milk eating together will also lead to the reaction of fruit acid, protein and calcium, resulting in poor absorption of nutrients, affecting gastrointestinal digestion and aggravating gastrointestinal burden.

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3. Foods containing anti vitamin C substances

Lemon contains rich vitamin C, which can reduce the nutritional value of food if eaten together with some foods containing anti vitamin C substances, such as carrots containing ascorbate enzyme, cucumbers dissolving vitamin C enzyme, animal liver containing vitamin C oxidant, etc.

4. Best match

Lemon can be used with chicken, aloe and sugarcane juice.

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