Two types of fruit should not be used when drinking alcohol

Eating durian or carrots combined drinking alcohol will convert some of the compounds in the fruit into toxic substances harmful to the body.

Eating durian or persimmon fruit combined with drinking alcohol will convert some compounds in the fruit into poisonous substances harmful to the body.

Durian

Picture 1 of Two types of fruit should not be used when drinking alcohol

Picture 1 of Two types of fruit should not be used when drinking alcohol


Eating durian combined with drinking alcohol can cause poisoning.

Durian combined with alcoholic drinks increases the risk of body poisoning. There was once a Thai woman who died from eating durian and drinking alcohol with a high alcohol content. Nutrition expert Nguyen Moc Lan said durian with lots of nutrients, lots of energy, plus high alcohol content makes heart rate increase. When combined, the body will have difficulty breathing, if not respond easily, leading to death.

In durian contains a large amount of sulfur inhibits the enzyme activity of aldehyd dehydrogenase , resulting in 70% of oxidants in the cell are not metabolized, thereby causing toxicity to the body. Sulfur is also capable of inhibiting aldehyde dehydrogenase (ALDH) in alcohol, accumulating acetaldehyde in the body, which can lead to poisoning.

Many studies around the world show that eating durian at the same time as drinks such as coffee or alcohol will cause digestive disorders and reduce breathing. Doctors Bui Dac Sang said that in Oriental medicine, durian and wine are hot, durian also has high sugar content, eating more prone to digestive disorders such as flatulence, indigestion and nausea.

Peach

Picture 2 of Two types of fruit should not be used when drinking alcohol

Picture 2 of Two types of fruit should not be used when drinking alcohol


Persimmons cause intestinal obstruction, a higher risk when combined with alcohol.

Many recommendations made by scientists are not to eat persimmons when hungry, as well as drinking alcohol. Many patients have intestinal obstruction when eating pink fruits.

The morning sickness shows the persimmon fruit, and the bitter taste is slightly bitter, and the temperament is poisonous. Alcohol in the stomach stimulates the intestinal tract, causing digestive dysfunction. And the tannin in pink fruit into the stomach forms a viscous, sticky mucus, combined with cellulose in the body to form a blood clot, which is both difficult to digest and not excreted. Eating pink while drinking alcohol increases the risk of intestinal obstruction.