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Fruits along with meal increases weight?
Fruits along with meal increases weight? I dont understand how weight increases if fruits are eaten along with meal like rice or chapathi? Both fruits and food are carbohydrates. Can someone explain how this and why this will increase weight?? Should we give some interval after food? What if you are not feeling full by meal and want to fill the stomach with fruits? My friend eats banana after every lunch meal to fill the stomach. He is fat. I sometimes eat banana if i am not feeling full to fill the stomach. If not banana, can low GI fruits be eaten along with meals? Who can explain clearly??
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No,don't take fruit along with meal .u can take mid morning and evening time . Regarding diet plan and any queries can connect me u will get good result definitely
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Try to have fruits especially when you are empty stomach. As the amount of calories taken in the form of fructose and glucose are utilised fully and properly by your body.  Having fruits when your stomach is full may increase your Glycemic Index to such an extent that the sugar starts getting stored in the body cells which may indirectly lead to weight gain.  And even if at most you want to have any fruit after meal you may go for apples which is an excellent fruit for not only a glowing skin but also to improve your immunity and keeps you healthy. As far as banana is concerned since it is rich in carbs and calories , limit its intake only in empty stomach so that you may burn it's calories faster rather than getting it stored inside your cells
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Hii , Don't be so confused. It's a clear thing that bana is a complete carbohydrate based foods which we used just to fulfill the satiety value whenever feeling hunger. It along with will is used as a complete meal itself. Yes Banana may increase fat bcz of its carbohydrate contains.
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Pulpy fruits are always rich in carbs so don't take such fruits. Include some citrus or low calorie fruits like,. apple,. pear, cucumber, watermelon, pineapple, pomegranate, starfruit and so on... thanks to ask your query here. I hope you will be satisfied. have a nice time.
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Gud evening fruits can't be taken along with meals,but yes u can have fruits by making some hours of time gap,mid morning snacks time or after 1hr of lunch I.e.called post lunch time.fresh fruits like apple,guava,ripe banana,ripe berries etc u can have in moderation.
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