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  1. Milk and Fruit: Do They Mix?

    by Vaidya Manohar Palakurthi and vpk by Maharishi Ayurveda Staff Writers on July 8, 2016

    The role of milk in ayurveda is one that is highly regarded and valued. It has a profound nourishing property for our bodies that is able to help regenerate and strengthen the tissues of the physiology as well as increase our subtle essence known as ojas. Ojas is responsible for maintaining our immunity, vitality, complexion, luster and strength of our entire body.

    In order for these benefits to be conferred, milk has to be digested properly. By nature, the qualities of milk are heavy, dense, cold and sweet. The heaviness in milk will be increased if it is ingested cold, right out of the refrigerator. Therefore, ayurveda recommends that milk should be boiled, reducing the heavy properties and making it more easily absorbed by our bodies. 

    Dont eat milk plus sour fruits 

    Milk and fruits

    It s fashionable these days to blend fruits into smoothies, and they make for great Instagram pictures. Most of these fruits have a dairy base like milk or yoghurt. This can spell disaster for your health according to Dr Bhagwati. Fruits like banana, strawberries, pineapple, limes and oranges produce heat on digestion. But milk, on the other hand, has a cooling effect. When these fruits are broken down in the stomach, they become sour. When milk and these fruits are consumed together, their mutually opposing qualities can douse the digestive fire. This, in turn, can cause an imbalance of your gut flora. Ama or toxins are created in your stomach, says the doctor. Mixing milk and fruits together often causes colds, coughs, phlegm and allergies

    Huda Shaikh, Nutritionist and Clinical Dietitian at NutriBond, invokes the science of Ayurveda while talking about this combination. She says, “Ayurveda advises against consuming fruits with dairy as it could diminish digestive fire, alter the intestinal flora, produce toxins and lead to sinus congestion, cold, cough and allergies.

    80% of protein in milk is casein. When you drink milk with fruits, the big amount of casein will accumulate, precipitate in your body and it’s difficult for you to digest and absorb. It can even lead to indigestion and diarrhea. Therefore, it isn’t suitable to add other fruit juices and drinks that are acidic in milk.

    nyone who ingests milk with sour fruits, which most fruits are, will most surely be affected, those with a sensitive constitution first. This combination disturbs the digestion and creates toxins in the entire body, which in their turn lead to other issues. However, the toxin build-up may be slow and gradual, and the effects will probably not be considered as being related to this unhealthy habit, because most people including Western doctors don't know about it.

    People who are very attentive to the signals of their body will know to stay away from this combination as naturally as any living being who senses what is edible and not edible .

    So the people around the world

    Milk + Citrus Fruits

    The acidity of the citrus will cause curdling of the milk in the stomach and make it harder to digest.

    Milk + Fruit Juice

    Most juice will cause milk to separate and agglutinate, making it hard to absorb and digest. The pH quality will become more acidic when it is mixed with juice, and 80% of casein in the milk tends to agglutinate, or clump together.

  2. 80% of protein in milk is casein. When you drink milk with fruits, the big amount of casein will accumulate, precipitate in your body and it’s difficult for you to digest and absorb. It can even lead to indigestion and diarrhea. Therefore, it isn’t suitable to add other fruit juices and drinks that are acidic in milk.
    nyone who ingests milk with sour fruits, which most fruits are, will most surely be affected, those with a sensitive constitution first. This combination disturbs the digestion and creates toxins in the entire body, which in their turn lead to other issues. However, the toxin build-up may be slow and gradual, and the effects will probably not be considered as being related to this unhealthy habit, because most people including Western doctors don't know about it.
    People who are very attentive to the signals of their body will know to stay away from this combination as naturally as any living being who senses what is edible and not edible .

    So the people around the world eat like you said with the combination of milk and fruits…which is not good at all according ayurveda….but here's the point……it doesn't readily affect the body….its kind of slow poison type….slowly affecting the digestive system of the body which is very important system and affecting that would mean affecting whole body but slowly…….the exact effects are clearly mentioned in ayurveda… I can't quote the verse or chapter but it is mentioned

  3. Dont eat milk+ sour fruits
    Milk and fruits
    It s fashionable these days to blend fruits into smoothies, and they make for great Instagram pictures. Most of these fruits have a dairy base like milk or yoghurt. This can spell disaster for your health according to Dr Bhagwati. Fruits like banana, strawberries, pineapple, limes and oranges produce heat on digestion. But milk, on the other hand, has a cooling effect. When these fruits are broken down in the stomach, they become sour. When milk and these fruits are consumed together, their mutually opposing qualities can douse the digestive fire. This, in turn, can cause an imbalance of your gut flora. Ama or toxins are created in your stomach, says the doctor. Mixing milk and fruits together often causes colds, coughs, phlegm and allergies

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