Avoid pairing eggs with these items

Boiled, scrambled, fried, or poached, we all have our preferred way of enjoying eggs. They are not just perfect for any time of the day, but the inclusion of eggs in daily diet is widely regarded as a healthy habit. Eggs are excellent sources of nutrients, protein, amino acids, vitamins, and minerals. It also helps to reduce the chances of stroke and improves heart health. But at the same time, it is important to consume them the right way to reap their health benefits. Pairing up eggs with certain food items may trigger gastrointestinal issues. Let’s take a look at the items that you should avoid consuming with eggs.

Soya milk
Like egg, soya milk, too, is rich in protein. Consuming both items together can rapidly raise the amount of protein in the body. It will affect the digestion process to a considerable extent.

Many people like to have eggs with tea. However, drinking tea with eggs can reduce the amount of protein that the human body absorbs from it. This food combination can also lead to several health problems, such as gas trouble and acidity, and may also trigger digestion issues.

Another food that you should completely avoid consuming with eggs is yoghurt. Both items are rich in protein and consuming them together can affect digestion and lead to gastrointestinal issues.

Sugar and banana
It's better not to combine sugar and bananas with eggs. The amino acid released through the pairing up of egg and sugar is not good for health. The consumption of eggs with bananas can be heavy on the stomach and can take a longer time to digest.

Most hotels serve boiled eggs along with biryani. Experts, however, are completely against consuming eggs with meat. The excess fat and protein in eggs and meat can make this combination difficult to digest.

Citrus fruits
There is no way the citrus fruits like oranges and lemons, etc. can be combined with eggs. It not only affects digestion but also creates trouble in your stomach.

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