This is not about the famous cucumbers with milk, but about those products that we usually do not suspect of anything.
They were invented to reduce the calorie content of food and actually contain fewer calories than regular sugar. However, recent studies show that aspartame, sucralose and saccharin cause a change in the bacterial flora of the intestine responsible for metabolism. This can lead to various problems in the gastrointestinal tract, among which, in a bitter irony, an increased conversion of food into body fat.
Caffeine from this drink is able to open more than just your eyes. The serious diuretic property of the drink causes dehydration and headache. Diarrhea, nausea, and heartburn can also plague coffee drinkers. If this sounds familiar to you, cut out coffee, or drink it in moderation and not on an empty stomach.
Thickener for confectionery creams, creams, ice creams and even yoghurts. With regular use, it can lead to inflammatory processes in the intestines.
Cruciferous foods such as broccoli and cauliflower contain raffinose, a complex indigestible sugar that can cause gas and bloating in the small intestine.
Sugar-free candies and chewing gums containing sorbitol, m altitol, xylitol, or other similar sugar alcohols can cause bloating, flatulence, or a laxative effect. True, when consumed in very large quantities.
MILK, COTTAGE CHEESE, SOFT CHEESE AND ICE CREAM
Food allergies affect 4% of adults, and lactose intolerance affects almost 70%. This is normal because the body of an adult does not produce the enzyme lactase, which is necessary for the digestion of dairy products, in the same quantities as the body of a child. If you tend to get sick in the stomach after eating dairy products, pay attention to sour-milk products and hard cheeses. In them, the bacteria have done most of the enzymatic work for you.
Potatoes with mushrooms, fried fish, or French fries - all this is incredibly tasty and just as harmful. With equal success, fried food can both stimulate excessive peristalsis and cause constipation.
Fruits high in fruit acids, such as lemons, oranges and grapefruits, can irritate the stomach lining and cause heartburn or acid reflux. Tomatoes, leaders among vegetables in acid content, too. Especially in concentrated form - in sauces, ketchups, etc.
ONION AND GARLIC, BEANS AND BEANS
You may never have heard of FODMAP? Such an English abbreviation is called a group of carbohydrates that are poorly digested in the intestines and cause gas formation. They are found in common foods such as pears, apples, onions, garlic, legumes, wheat products, and the aforementioned cruciferous foods. The list is huge, but there is good news: individual intolerance. Just remember what makes you puffy and don't eat it. Other products from the list may be more harmless for you personally.
Human beings lack the enzyme that digests the husk of corn. If you don't chew corn thoroughly, you run the risk of passing it through you as whole grains or getting an upset stomach.
Raw meat, fish, poultry and eggs can cause food poisoning. Yes, good old salmonella and E. coli are on the alert. Don't buy cooked food from questionable places, and don't eat raw.