Foods You Should Not Eat With Eggs

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People know that eggs should not be cooked with monosodium glutamate. But they do not know that eggs can’t be cooked with sugar.

Sugar

After the eggs are cooked, amino acids in the egg and sugar will combine to form Glycosyl lysine breaking the components of amino acids in eggs. Moreover, it is very difficult to absorb this compound which is toxic and can make the blood clotted.

Description: People know that eggs should not be cooked with monosodium glutamate

People know that eggs should not be cooked with monosodium glutamate

Persimmon

If you eat persimmons after eating eggs, you are easily poisoned. Even you can have acute gastritis with major signs such as nausea, diarrhea, abdominal pain.

If you ate persimmons after eating eggs, you should immediately drink a glass of diluted salt water (200 ml of water and 20 grams of salt). If you do not have the nausea, you may drink many times to throw out toxins in your body. Or you can also drink crushed fresh ginger with warm water. When necessary, you can also drink the laxative to remove toxins as quickly as possible.

Soy milk

In the morning, people often eat eggs and drink soy milk. They do not know that the protein in eggs will combine with trypsin in the soybean milk, which hinders the decomposition process and absorption of protein in the body.

Description: Soy milk

Soy milk

Goose and rabbit meat

Eggs should not be eaten with rabbit or goose meat. Because both have the sweetness and the cold properties, the protein in eggs also have the cold properties; two substances that combine together will stimulate the digestive system, causing diarrhea.

Anti-inflammatory drug

People who have diarrhea do not drink drugs after eating eggs. Because eggs contain the high amount of protein, it will increase the burden on the stomach and affect the drug's effects. A number of other inflammatory diseases such as respiratory tract infection, urinary tract infection do not affect the absorption of drugs (reviewed in the perspective of Western medicine).

Tea

Description: People often drink tea after eating eggs to reduce the unpleasant odor, without knowing that this is very harmful for health.

People often drink tea after eating eggs to reduce the unpleasant odor, without knowing that this is very harmful for health.

People often drink tea after eating eggs to reduce the unpleasant odor, without knowing that this is very harmful for health. Because tannic acid in the tea leaves will combine with proteins in egg to form tannic acid protein compound that slows the activity of peristalsis and prolongs the storage time of feces in the intestinal tract, which causes constipation and increases the risk of storing substances that are harmful to the body.

 
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