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Can we eat banana after meal
Can we eat banana/any fruit with meal or just after meal..? How much gap should we give to eat after meal.?
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Hello, usually after meal is advised.ok but it effects is negligent.ok.
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If you eat fruits before meals it is more favourable to provide you benefits.
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As such there is medical rules You can have it according to what is indivually suits you.Any particular observation or feeling , You can adopt accordingly
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Please Yes You can take bananas after lunch, regularly
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Any fresh fruits can be taken at the starting of the food... pomegranate can be starting/ in between / end of the food... dry fruits can be chewed any time according to hunger
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