[WOW] 12 Everyday Foods That Can Harm Your Health!

Nowadays, according to the internationally recognized health and fitness websites, the average person in the United States consumes around 20% more calories than their ancestors did in the last century. And although people are getting more conscious about their diet and nutrition, it’s not always easy to get all the healthy eating rules and recipes right. For example, eating apples or chicken recipes at the wrong time can actually cause bowel problems instead of improving your digestion as well as your nutrition. Luckily, it’s not rocket science and the basic rules are pretty easy to follow.

Nutrition-Mag is ready to debunk some myths concerning healthy eating habits as well as healthy recipes before and after workouts and share some advice on how to choose the right time to eat your favorite food and the cooking styles as cited in most cooking shows in order to get the maximum benefit.

Below are 12 foods and recipes that can harm you if you eat them at the wrong time. Pay attention to the last one, you wouldnt expect it!

#12. Bananas

Although bananas may seem like one of the healthiest fruits and a good option to start your morning, if they’re consumed on an empty stomach, they can actually decrease your energy levels that you may probably need during your gymnasium sessions. At first, you will probably feel an energy boost thanks to their high sugar content, but after a couple of hours, you’re likely to feel tired and hungry again and it wont be sufficient for some gymnasium excercises such as: Ab moving, and ball excercises. Despite the fact that eating bananas does not improve your appetite, it may also pose a threat for people suffering from irritable bowel syndrome, causing diarrhea according to the American health informatics website.

If you aren’t ready to give up having bananas for breakfast, combine them with some other healthy fruitsand food recipes, preferably with ones that contain healthy fats like peanut butter.

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