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i had like 3 apples yesterday....  then later at night towards morning my gut was hurting a bit...   stay away from apples ???????????

 

Apples contain the sugar fructose, which is a FODMAP - foods that aren't easily digestible. Combined with fibre, the fructose sits in the digestive system for longer. It ferments, creating extra trapped gas, which may cause bloating pain.

 

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Gluttony will get you.  Three apples?  Moderation, please!  

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On 10/30/2020 at 4:57 AM, kane8907 said:

People can’t maintain the fast metabolism they did when they were young, and too many things can’t be digested, so they must restrain their appetite and be moderately with food. 

Dear kane8907,

Unfortunately, I have to say that you are wrong : metabolism can be changed and it depends on numerous factors. Therefore, there can be a 80-year-old man with a fast metabolism, while a 20-year-old boy with a very slow one

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On 9/23/2020 at 12:12 PM, DJFL77I said:

i had like 3 apples yesterday....  then later at night towards morning my gut was hurting a bit...   stay away from apples ???????????

 

Apples contain the sugar fructose, which is a FODMAP - foods that aren't easily digestible. Combined with fibre, the fructose sits in the digestive system for longer. It ferments, creating extra trapped gas, which may cause bloating pain.

 

I also get that with apples and other fruits. But, not much with pineapple, tangerines or kiwi. Maybe, the best is to eat more the ones, which your digestion can better tolerate. 

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