Q1: Can peaches be eaten together with turtles?
If peaches are eaten together with soft-shelled turtles, they are prone to diarrhea. The reason is that soft-shelled turtles are nourishing tonics. They are difficult to digest, and peaches are prone to flatulence. When they are combined, the body naturally feels uncomfortable.
Q2: Can seafood be the same as fruit?
The calcium in seafood and the tannic acid in fruits will combine to form non-digestible substances, leading to gastrointestinal discomfort, abdominal pain, nausea and vomiting. Foods containing more tannins, such as persimmons, grapes, pomegranates, hawthorn, and olives, should not be eaten with seafood.
Q3: Can I eat fruit when I catch a cold?
Older people often say that a cold is affected by cold, fruits are cold, and when you eat a cold, it is equal to the cold! In fact, the fruit is rich in vitamin C. It is helpful to improve the illness during the cold. However, it is not recommended to eat too much cold fruits such as oranges, melons, pears, and tomatoes. Drinking more water is helpful.