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... and I'm in excellent health. And there's no need to count calories! ... (3 replies)
... It depends on what your problem is. If it's a digestion problem then I might tend to agree with polkaadot. But if you're an older male who has a problem with frequent urination, I would stay away from fruit as a bedtime snack. Fruit by itself can have a diuretic effect that might keep you getting up several times during the night. (3 replies)
... what fruits are good in night (3 replies)

... ideally, you shouldn't eat anything too heavy before going to bed, but of course fruits arent 'heavy' but it still obv req some sort of digestion. ... (3 replies)
... i was using that as an analogy to simply explain why there could be gas or bloating if fruit was eaten after or with a meal, and to give an option to someone that was having a problem, but it seems to have been blown way out of proportion. if they tried it and it helped, great. if not, it may help someone else. (14 replies)
... Totally irrelevant....First of all you forget that the ''apple skin'' is very high in powerful Polyphenols along with Vit-C and Bioflavanoids (Rutin and Hesperdin) that will neutralise any oxidation. Secondly why worry about an apple spoiling when we produce free radicals every second we are alive. The carbon dioxide that we expell in every breath is a result of... (14 replies)
... if the original poster of this thread tries it out and it helps, then wonderful. if it doesnt, there are many other things that could be going on in their body. no harm in trying, right? ... (14 replies)
... you do know that Fruits are Primarily all Carb dont you? ... (14 replies)
... that your body would put the digestion already in process on the meal on hold to make way for the fruit? ... (14 replies)
... e the advice with a grain of salt. As for that supposedly fermenting fruit, anyone who has studied human physiology can tell you that fermentation does not occur in the stomach. ... (14 replies)
... Wow, is this true! That would totally explain why I always have indigestion and feel bloated after lunch - I almost always finish it off with a big piece of fruit! I usually have a sandwich or a wrap of some sort and eat a big apple or pear or orange right afterwards. If I want to get my fruit in, should I eat it BEFORE the meal? Thanks! (14 replies)
... is right, fruit digests quickly compared to carbs and protein. so if you eat a big meal and fruit right after, the fruit will sit on top of the meal and ferment in your gut, while the body is trying to digest the other food slowly. this can cause gas and bloating. ... (14 replies)
... I look forward to my "treat" everyday and I can't imagine what I could put in its place to satisfy me without being overindulgent. I eat a lot of fruit during the day, so fruit after dinner isn't really appealing. What do you think? ... (14 replies)
... t have enough vitamins in my blood!!! ... (2 replies)
Fruit at night
Apr 11, 2009
... I've recently had a medical, which showed high sugars in the urine, and a subsequent fasting blood test showed a glucose level of 8.3. Okay, not good news but expected given my lifestyle. ... (5 replies)
... Agree with Polkaadot. Orange and Banana are easily digestable. (3 replies)
... Since all your protein is at night, except for the almonds, perhaps sticking in a morning preotein source might be a good idea. ... (22 replies)
... pick one day out of the week where you go grocery shopping and load up on fresh fruits and veges, whole grains, lean meats, eggs, etc. ... (20 replies)
... Like I just said in another post similar to yours, get a good quality cereal, maybe pack a turkey sandwich or pbj for lunch on wheat bread. ... (5 replies)
... I've noticed though that I hardly EVER eat fruits or vegetables. I've gotta start that. And my lunch is absolutely terrible at school. Can you guys help me out with my diet? ... (5 replies)

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