Precautions for eating oranges
1. Do not drink milk within 1 hour after eating oranges, because the protein in milk will coagulate when encountering fruit acid, which will affect digestion and attraction.
2. Oranges are delicious but don't overeat them. After eating oranges, you should brush your teeth and gargle in time, so as not to harm your oral teeth.
3. Do not use orange peels to soak in water for drinking, because orange peels now generally contain preservatives, which are difficult to wash with water.
4. Oranges and shrimps should not be eaten together: oranges contain tannins and shrimps are rich in calcium. The same food will produce indigestible substances, easily irritate the stomach, and show signs of vomiting.
5. Oranges and pork should not be eaten together: The tannins in oranges will combine with the proteins in pork to produce substances that are not conducive to human digestion, resulting in nausea, abdominal pain and other symptoms.
6. Avoid eating oranges with betel nut. Betel nut has the effects of expectorating and relieving cough, digestion and sobering, wide chest and antiemetic, and deworming.
7. Patients with hyperacidity, dry mouth and throat, red tongue and little fur, diabetes, and allergies should not eat it.
In addition, some people eat oranges and other citrus fruits in moderation, but they cause poisoning. The hands, feet, and even the whole body skin turn yellow. Even worse, symptoms such as nausea, vomiting, restlessness, and lack of energy may appear.
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