Incompatible Food Combinations According To Ayurveda

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Often times various foods are served together with different tastes, energies and post-digestive effects. The problem with this is our Agni, the digestive fire, can get overloaded trying to do too many things at the same time. This results in the production of toxins in the body.

Pay attention to the foods that you consume together to make sure that your digestion stays strong. There are many foods that, when eaten separately, stimulate Agni and are digested easily. But some of those same foods, when eaten together, slow down Agni and cause digestive distress.

Specific common food incompatibilities are listed below

Milk Is Incompatible With: Bananas, Fish, Meat, Melons, Curd, Sour Fruits, Kitchari, Bread containing yeast, Cherries.

Melons Are Incompatible With: Grains, Starch, Fried foods, Cheese.

Starches Are Incompatible With: Eggs, Milk, Bananas, Dates.

Honey Is Incompatible With: Ghee (in equal proportions), Heating or cooking with.

Radishes Are Incompatible With: Milk, Bananas, Raisins.

Nightshades, (Potato, Tomato Brinjal, Chilies) Are Incompatible With: Yogurt, Milk, Melon, Cucumber.

Yogurt Is Incompatible With: Milk, Sour Fruits, Melons, Hot drinks, Meat, Fish, Mangoes, Starch.

Eggs Are Incompatible With: Milk, Meat, Yogurt, Melons, Cheese, Fish, Bananas.

Mangos Are Incompatible With: Yogurt, Cheese, Cucumbers.

Corn Is Incompatible With: Dates, Raisins, Bananas.

Lemon Is Incompatible With: Yogurt, Milk, Cucumbers, Tomatoes.

Apart from the combination of food, it is also important that the time you consume. Dinner should be before the sunset, and lunch as the main meal of the day should be between 10 am and 2 pm when digestion is the strongest.

Sources & References:
ayurveda.md
www.ayurveda.com
www.theayurvedaexperience.com

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Photo by Chelsea shapouri on Unsplash Often times various foods are served together with different tastes, energies and post-digestive effects. The problem with this is our Agni, the digestive fire, can get overloaded trying to do too many things at the same time. This results in the production of toxins in the body. Pay...
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