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7 Foods you keep in the refrigerator but you should not

7 Foods you keep in the refrigerator but you should not

For many people, the refrigerator is a safe area to store all kinds of food. However, this is only a myth, since the life span of certain fruits and vegetables can, indeed, be harmed by the refrigerator. By knowing the right way to preserve each thing, you keep food fit for longer and avoid waste.

Below, see what foods you should never put in the refrigerator, according to nutritionist Gabriella Alves of the clinic

Tomatoes

If you, like us, learned to put the tomatoes straight into the refrigerator, it's time to undo this habit. Tomatoes acquire a "frosted" texture faster when stored in this way. It is best to leave them in a dry place.

Potatoes

The ideal is to store them in a dry and cool place. Any type of potato (English, sweet, baroa, etc.) should be stored in this way.

Onion and garlic

There is no need to place these items in the refrigerator, as this may make them moister, making it easier to form fungi.

Fruits

The ideal is to keep them in a dry and cool place. Put in the refrigerator only when they are too ripe, so you avoid spoilage.

Breads

With refrigeration, the bread ends up gaining a lot of moisture, which can cause mold. An alternative, if the food is not consumed in a few days, is the freezing

Coffee powder


Stomach pain, gastritis or ulcer?

Stomach pain, gastritis or ulcer?

A simple pain in the stomach, if not treated at the beginning of the symptom, can evolve and transform the in a gastric or duodenal ulcer. Characterized by an inflammation or open lesion in the mucosa of the stomach or duodenum, the ulcer develops from the production of hydrochloric acid for the digestion of food.

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A US-based study reveals that consumption of sugary drinks kills more than 184,000 people a year.

A US-based study reveals that consumption of sugary drinks kills more than 184,000 people a year.

Of the 20 countries with the highest number of deaths due to the consumption of sugar beverages, eight are in Latin America or the Caribbean. In the first place of the ranking is Mexico, with 405 deaths for each one million inhabitants, and second comes the United States, with 125 deaths. According to Professor Gitanjali Singh, one of the authors, the study shows that reducing the consumption of sugary drinks, mainly soft drinks, should be a world priority.

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