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Fruits are very important source of foods that provide us necessary nutrients and guarantee our health. But not all fruits should be eaten much.

Description: Eating too much apple harms heart and kidneys.

Eating too much apple harms heart and kidneys.

1.     Apple

Apple juice can prevent diarrhea and constipation if being drunk when you are hungry. However, apple contains a lot of sugar and potassium, so eating it too much will give bad effect on heart and kidneys. People who have suffered from some diseases such as coronary heart, myocardial infarction, diabetes, and diseases concerning kidneys should not take apple regularly.

2.     Pear

Pear has effect on curing cough, sore throat, and heat. Those who often catch a cool abdomen and diabetes should not eat pear much.

3.     Persimmon

Persimmon includes plenty of vitamin A and vitamin C which are helpful for decreasing blood pressure, operation of lungs. But they contain a lot of sap and when this sap combines with stomachic acids causing discomfort of epigastrium and indigestion, that phenomenon is not good for stomach. When you have constipation or empty stomach, you should not eat persimmon. Especially, after eating crab, absolutely do not take persimmon because combination between them will create stones in stomach.

Description: Those who often suffer from cool abdomen and diabetes should not eat pear much.

Those who often suffer from cool abdomen and diabetes should not eat pear much.

4.     Pomegranate

Pomegranate is a tropical fruit consisting of a plenty of sugar, minerals and vitamins. Pomegranate has effective usages on dealing with sore throat, diarrhea, and rectal prolapsed. Experts said that pomegranate is not good for teeth, so you should not eat them too much. Especially, people have weakly physical strength also not take pomegranate.

5.     Chestnut

Chestnuts include much starch, protein and many vitamins which are beneficial to liver and kidneys, in addition to affect adjust stomach’s function. Experts advise those who have kidney diseases should eat chestnut frequently. However, chestnut is difficult to digest, so you do not eat it much at once.

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