According to Ayurvedic principles, there are certain food combinations that are considered to be “opposite” and may be difficult to digest or potentially harmful to health if consumed together. Some examples of opposite foods in Ayurveda include:
- Milk and sour fruits: Ayurveda suggests that consuming milk and sour fruits together can lead to digestive problems and should be avoided.
- Milk and fish: This combination is also considered incompatible with Ayurveda and may lead to digestive issues or even food poisoning.
- Honey and ghee (clarified butter): Ayurveda suggests that heating honey or combining it with ghee can create toxins in the body.
- Radish and milk: Consuming radish and milk together is thought to cause digestive problems and should be avoided.
- Fruit with grains or dairy: Ayurveda recommends avoiding combining fruit with grains or dairy products, as this combination can be difficult to digest and may lead to digestive issues.
If they are combined each day in your diet and your body is rejecting them, they could well be the cause of the following issues. The sad part is, doctors won’t know it and they won’t be telling you this
- Autoimmune diseases
- Skin issues including eczema and rashes
- Undigested food lining in your gut can slowly cause many gut-related issues
- Bloating, gas, face pimples, constipation
- Loss of taste buds
It’s important to note that these food combinations may not be universally problematic for all individuals, and more research is needed to fully understand the potential risks and benefits of different food combinations in Ayurveda. As with any dietary practice, it is always a good idea to consult with a healthcare professional or registered dietitian before making any major changes to your diet.