Many say that only certain types of food should be consumed together, but this does not maintain scientific evidence. What I have experienced is eating healthy foods, all the differences and the individual food combinations are not so important. The most important is the total quantity, the type of food and the place of origin. The exact amount of protein, carbohydrates and fats is not so much.
Examples of organic apple and traditional cultivated apple juice consumption. Or steal the cut oatmeal or granola bar. If you eat Adkins diet, you will probably lose weight, but this is not a sustainable diet. In this way, there is very little fiber and can cause stomach and intestinal problems. Consuming low-fat diets sharpens the body of the EDFs and is bad for your brain, skin and metabolism. Without the minimum amount of the EDF, the body tries to keep the food fat.
So what's left? A balanced diet that consumes fruits, vegetables, legumes (beans) and whole grains, including essential fatty acids with mono- and polyunsaturated fats, and minimizing saturated fats, hydrogenated oils (trans fat), simple sugars and preservatives (nitrites, nitrates, etc.).
Another simple way to choose healthy foods is to ask yourself: If I left this food without cooling, would it be bad? Spoil? I want you to think differently. What makes food bad? Bacteria or mold grow on it, right? I want you to answer this question in your mind: why would food be resistant to bacteria or mold?
What food does the food contain that the bacteria and mold are waiting to eat? Will you start to see reality? If mold and bacteria are resistant to your meal, don't you? They are the lowest form of life and have a good sense of what to eat and what not to eat. Home message: if the food is processed so that bacteria expect to eat (Twinkie), then neither.