How Do You Eat Your Fruits

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Eating fruits is important to our overall well being.  Fruits is Health, we all know that but it's good to know that eating fruits we should conform to the guidelines.  

I know this is not the right way of eating fruits, banana with mayonnaise or pineapple wrapped in a ham.  It's not exactly putting everything into your mouth and that's it your healthy already.

According to a famous Indian Nutritionist Naiini Setalvad, the best time of eating fruits is first thing in the morning after a glass of water.  It is not good to eat fruits after meal because the nutrients of the fruits will not absorbed by the body and it will not digest properly. You must leave 30 minutes gap between a meal in a fruit snack.

In my case, I have a acidity (digestive) problem I eat fruits one hour before the meal or two hours after the meal. This is what others do especially those who have diabetes, because they are accompanied with digestive problems as well.

Learning so many things about how do you eat your fruits from Dr. Setalvad:

1.) First time to know that if you have stomach acidity problem you have to discourage yourself to eat fruits with yogurt or mayonnaise but there is no harm in mixing fruits with fruits or mixing them with food grains.

2.) Avoid eating fruit close to bedtime this will boost your energy, fruits are rich in sugar that will keep you awake.

In for the smoothie lovers make sure that the fruits you drink are fresh, because fruits have shelf-life of up to three days if stored in refrigerator.

  • BANANA - 3-4 days
  • APPLE - up to a week
  • PEARS - 5-6 days
  • PAPAYA - 2-3 days(but it will depend how ripe is the papaya)
  • CHIKO - 2 days depends on the ripeness  

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How Do You Eat Your Fruits How Do You Eat Your Fruits Reviewed by Raine Pal on 3:55:00 PM Rating: 5


  1. Banana, papaya, Chico and guyabano. I eat those fruits a lot. But an hour before meal. Diabetic kasi ako.

  2. I eat fruits and vegetables whenever I can, this is a helpful post for those who want to get the most out of the fruits and vegetables they eat.
    -Wanderer Juan

  3. As far as I know based on what I have read and from other nutritionist I know, fruits should be eaten before taking any regular meals or if already eaten a meal, several minutes after it. Fruits shouldn't be mixed with any meal.

  4. Eating fruits is a natural habit of every Filipinos. Nice article lady!

  5. I would love to eat fruits frequently especially bananas and apples.

  6. I would like to add the pineapple. Besides being rich in vitamin C, it is loaded with fiber which supports digestive health.

  7. Oh, I love fruits!!! I usually eat cavendish banana with Nutella on it. Yum!

  8. I usually eat bananas and papayas because we have them planted on our backyard. It is a must that a person should eat fruits everyday

  9. Eating fruits before a meal helps your tummy have fibers that aids digestion.

  10. I actually love coconuts.. i love drinking the juce and I also love the coconut meat i eat it as it is or i eat it with milk.
    leira from FBW

  11. Thank you very much for this informative post. For staying healthy and fit we need to eat fruits. I like seasonal fruits.

  12. My parents would always eat papaya before they eat their meals. In my case, I would only eat fruits only if I want to. But thanks for this article, now I know when is the right time to eat fruits. :D

  13. I think I have it the wrong way, since I eat fruits after a meal. This is very helpful post.

  14. I didn't know that there should be instructions on how to eat fruits; what I know is that they should be eaten about 30 minutes a meal to get digested at once.

  15. I try to include fruits in my daily diet.
    Sometimes, I made it as my primary meal.

  16. interesting ways on enjoying your fruits maam:) as for me, i juice my fruits:) hihi. im into juicing and i find it real good to juice the fruits and serve as the main meal itself:)


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