There are some false views of using fruits. So, how to eat fruits correctly to ensure health?

Eating too many fruits is not good. Not all of the people know about kinds of fruit, way of eating, time to eat. The following habit of using fruits can be true or false. Let’s see experts’ consideration.

Eating fruits after meal is good for digestion: false

Many families and restaurants use fruits as dessert. In reality, that thing is not true in science. After meals, if you use fruits immediately, it will be kept in stomachache with the previous foods. As a result, it will cause symptoms such as having indigestion, constipation and has bad effects on the digestive function.

At this time, stomachache has more pressure about digestion. You should change this habit quickly.

Eating fruits in fridge will be antifebrile in summer: false

Cool fruits will make us pleased and feel more delicious. However, fruits that are too cold will stimulate stomach and make it elastic slowly. It will affect the digestive process. Therefore, you should pay attention to the time of freshening fruits.

You should pay attention to the time of freshening fruits.

You should pay attention to the time of freshening fruits.



For examples: you should put fruits like litchi, persimmon, pear in fridge at temperature 4oC in 2 hours. You shouldn’t keep them until the second day. Moreover, if you put some fruits such as grid melon, peach, apricot… in fridge, they will not be delicious because they lose the first sweet taste. This is the phenomenon of reducing kinds of sugar in fruits if they are stored in places with low temperature.

You should eat fruits containing many nutrients as much as possible: false

According to nutritious experts’ recommendation, eating from 100-200g of fruits is enough for you every day, not over 500g. A lot of fruits contain a large amount of sugar, so if you eat too much, you cannot only catch diabetes but also increase the speed of transforming sugar in your body. In addition, it also increases the speed of getting skin old.

Eating fruits for breakfast will cause stomachache: true

When you get up in early morning, you stomach is empty. At this time, if you eat the highly acidic fruits like orange, lemon, star fruit, you will have symptom of stomachache.

Eating fruits for breakfast will cause stomachache.

Eating fruits for breakfast will cause stomachache.

In conclusion, the best time for eating fruits is before meals 1 hour and 2 hours after meals. Moreover, eating fruits in the evening will make you have low content of nutrients. Consequently, you should drink milk instead of fruit juices before going to bed.

Eating fruits isn’t as good as drinking fruit juices. Fruit juice is easy to drink and delicious and composition of nutrients remains: false

Vitamin is the nutritious composition in fruits. However, Cells of fruits contain a large content of enzyme activity. When fruits are gripe, enzymes will exist inside cells and don’t escape, so they cannot destroy activity of the nutrients.

When you press juice from fruits, the layer of cells is destroyed, and the amount of enzyme will escape and make nutritious composition lose.

According to nutritious experts’ advice, before pressing fruits, you should pour hot water on them in about 1 minute. This thing will make enzymes in fruits’ cells lose and increase the ability of remaining fruits’ nutrients when they are pressed into water.

You don’t like to eat vegetables; however, you cannot eat fruits instead of it. Fruits have the content of minerals and vitamins lower than green vegetables. Your body will lack nutrients if you only eat fruits.

For examples: cabbage, beet has the content of vitamin C higher than apples, pears and peaches 10 times. Vitamin C in green bell peppers, green cauliflower is higher than strawberries or mandarins 2 or 3 times.

Quantity of sugar in fruits

Normally, when you eat fruits and feel sweet, you will think that it contains high quantity of sugar, and vice versa sour taste will have low quantity of sugar. Therefore, we often worry that if fruits are too sweet, it will make us overweight and have the redundant quantity of sugar. It is only a subjective conclusion because in reality, everyone has different tastes in feeling sour of sweet.

According to scientifically experimental method in defining the sum of fresh fruits’ sugar quantity that is necessary for daily life, experts give conclusion that we should eat fruits with moreish taste, strong gripe in correct season. You shouldn’t choose fruits due to sweetness or pay much attention to high or low quantity of sugar in fruits.

Reliable experiments show that fruits’ sweetness and content of sugar aren’t directly proportional.

The following ranking table will help us see the content of sugar in some popular fruits from high to low level.



Quantity of sugar( g/100g)





Blue dragon








Kiwi fruit










Top search
- 6 Ways To Have a Natural Miscarriage
- Foods That Cause Miscarriage
- Losing Weight In A Week With Honey
- Can You Eat Crab Meat During Pregnancy?
- Grape Is Pregnant Women’s Friend
- 4 Kinds Of Fruit That Can Increase Risk Of Miscarriage
- Grape Is Pregnant Women’s Friend
- Top 6 Foods Threatening Children’s Health
- Moroccan Magic : Full Of Spice And Flavour (part 2) - Grated beetroot & carrot salad, Spicy grilled vegetables with chickpea salad
- Moroccan Magic : Full Of Spice And Flavour (part 1) - Moroccan tuna Niçoise with roasted tomatoes
- Postpartum Depression Treatment
- Potato – Heat Rash Effective Drug
- Pregnant Women Should Eat Red Bean
- Prevent Bone Fracture With Spinach
- Kid Killers In Summer
- Things That Need Buying Before Giving Birth
Top keywords
Miscarriage Pregnant Pregnancy Pregnancy day by day Pregnancy week by week Losing Weight Stress Placenta Makeup Collection
Top 5
- 5 Ways to Support Your Baby Development
- 5 Tips for Safe Exercise During Pregnancy
- Four Natural Ways Alternative Medicine Can Help You Get Pregnant (part 2)
- Four Natural Ways Alternative Medicine Can Help You Get Pregnant (part 1)
- Is Your Mental Health Causing You to Gain Weight (part 2) - Bipolar Disorder Associated with Weight Gain