Do not be foolish to combine these foods with milk lest you regret it in time

Milk is good for health, but not all foods can be combined with milk. Here are foods that are "averse" to milk.


According to studies, fruits such as apple, dragon fruit, strawberry, coconut, watermelon, orange, lemon ... should not be used with milk. The reason is because these fruits contain a lot of acidic compounds, when taken with milk, they will combine with the protein in milk and become extremely difficult to digest.

If some of the above fruits can interfere with digestion, the chemical compounds in vegetables can prevent the metabolism and absorption of calcium from milk.

Milk should not be combined with bananas. Photo: Internet.
Milk should not be combined with bananas. Photo: Internet.


Bananas are a favorite fruit of many people, they are rich in vitamin B6 and other types of fiber that are good for the body. However, combining bananas with milk is really "unwise".

When you are hungry, using bananas and milk will cause bad reactions such as diarrhea, digestive disorders. In some cases, it also causes colds and stuffy nose.

If you use the banana and milk separately and about 30 minutes apart, you shouldn't be too concerned about the above reactions.


Milk combined with chocolate is quite popular and delicious, but experts as well as doctors do not recommend this combination. The reason is because milk is rich in calcium and protein, while chocolate is a food rich in oxalic acid.

Therefore, if eaten at the same time, calcium in milk and oxalic acid from chocolate can form calcium oxalate. Not only is this compound insoluble, but it can lead to diarrhea.


Grapefruit is a delicious, healthy fruit, but should not be combined with milk. Because the citric acid compounds found in grapefruit and protein in milk will lead to bloating, even diarrhea and digestive disorders.

Do not drink milk and sour fruit together. Photo: Internet.
Do not drink milk and sour fruit together. Photo: Internet.

Sour fruit juice

Cow's milk contains a lot of protein, of which caseine accounts for 80%. When cow's milk is mixed or taken with sour juice, it will cause caseine to stick, deposit, and cause indigestion and digestive disorders. If children drink for a long time, they will be very sick with methemoglobin causing difficulty breathing, cyanosis and risk of death. Fruit juice is acidic, changing the properties of cow's milk, causing indigestion.

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