#1. Meat Loaf And Mashed Potato

Meat and potato are both high in carbs and hence it becomes difficult for the body to digest it. Both of them also contain high amount of saturated fats. Also, being low in fibre, it might cause constipation.

#2. Wine And Dessert

wine and dessert don't go quite well for various reasons. Alcohol tends to convert sugar into saturated fats that accumulate straight in your body.

#3. Milk and banana

The combination of milk and banana is heavy and it takes a long time to digest. While the food is digesting, you will experience fatigue.

#4. Cheesy food with cold drink

Who doesn’t love pizza with a coke? As much as it sounds tempting, this combination is not good for your health. You should avoid drinking a cold drink with a cheesy food as the combination can lead to difficulty in absorption. It can cause discomfort and stomach ache.

#5. Citrus fruit and milk

Milk takes longer to digest and when you have milk and lemon or any citrus fruit together, the milk coagulates.

#6. Fatty Foods With Protein

It is wise to avoid eating butter, oil, cheese with eggs and meat, as both don't go very well. It will put a lot of pressure on your digestive system, hence weakening it.

#7. Tea and Coffee After Meal

Tea and coffee after meals tend to absorb all the food materials and disrupt the acidic stomach. This will lead to the weakening of the digestive system and you will lose most of the nutrients from the meal you consumed.

#8. Papaya And Water

Drinking water after consuming papaya is the worst idea ever. It will cause digestive problems and bloating.

#9. Beer And Liquor

We have all had those drinking sessions where we seem to forget what we are gulping down after a while. But combining acid (wine, vodka, whiskey, etc.) with beer is the worst idea ever, as it is bound to make you puke and give a nasty hangover. Always try to stick to one alcoholic beverage for a good drinking experience.

#10. Burger and Frie

The Trans Fat and starch cause a rise in blood cholesterol levels and spike blood sugar.