Cause gastritis and ulcers: foods that should not be eaten for breakfast

(ORDO NEWS) — Breakfast is considered the most important meal of the day, so you need to choose your food responsibly. The overall well-being and health of the whole organism depends on breakfast. A huge number of products have a very valuable composition, but experts do not recommend using them for breakfast.

Doctors have identified foods that are very often consumed in the morning, but they should be discarded, because they can provoke the development of gastritis or ulcers in the future.

Pear is considered very useful, but as a breakfast it can cause damage to the stomach due to too coarse fibers. Also, pears should never be washed down with water.

Bananas are also not the best breakfast option due to the high amount of fructose. On an empty stomach, this fruit will provoke a sharp increase in the level of magnesium in the blood, which will negatively affect the work of the cardiovascular system.

Bananas can also imbalance magnesium and potassium. Accordingly, a person will feel tired all day.

Citrus fruits contain a lot of fruit acid. In an empty stomach, it will immediately begin to destroy the mucous membrane. The end result can begin to develop a variety of gastrointestinal diseases, including gastritis.

You do not need to eat yoghurts for breakfast, because they will not be of any benefit at all. The hydrochloric acid present in an empty stomach will instantly kill the bacteria present in the yogurt. Fresh tomatoes for breakfast can trigger the development of gastritis, colitis, or pancreatitis due to the fact that they increase the acidity of the stomach.

It is also forbidden to chew gum on an empty stomach, drink coffee and cold water. All this can cause serious problems with the gastrointestinal tract, which will not be so easy to solve in the future.

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