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Don't drink milk before and after eating oranges

Don't drink milk before and after eating oranges. In this season of oranges on the street, one, two, four... Are just addictive. Is there an average daily intake limit? Let's have a look.

Eating three oranges a day can meet everyone's daily need for vitamin C. If you eat too much, excessive intake of vitamin C, the metabolism of oxalic acid in the body will increase, easy to cause urinary stones, kidney stones; oranges contain more calories, eating too much at a time, will promote stomatitis, periodontitis and other diseases, and even cause 'orange disease', skin yellowing and other symptoms. In addition, orange eaters should pay attention to three taboos:

1. Oranges and milk should not be eaten together. The protein in milk is easy to react with the fruit acid and vitamin C in oranges and solidify into lumps. It not only affects digestion and absorption, but also causes abdominal distension, abdominal pain, diarrhea and other symptoms. You should eat oranges one hour after drinking milk. In addition, people with gastrointestinal, kidney and lung function deficiency should not eat more to avoid inducing abdominal pain.

2. Take medicine and avoid eating oranges. Oranges are rich in fruit acid and vitamin C. when taking vitamin K, sulfonamides, spironolactone and potassium supplements, oranges should be avoided.

3. Avoid making tea with fresh orange peel. Most of the picked oranges are soaked in preservative and then put on the market. Preservative is a kind of chemical agent, which has no effect on the pulp. However, the residual preservative on the orange peel is difficult to wash off with water. If such orange peel is used as a tea drink, it is harmful to health.

After reading the above content, you should have some understanding of the problem of not drinking milk before and after eating oranges. More topics about nutrition and health will be introduced in the following article. Welcome to check. Wish you a happy life!