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Fruit intake

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  1. Hazeltree

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    Hello,

    I need some help with my fruit intake - currently I am not eating nearly enough but the problem is I can't eat some of it so I was hoping for some suggestions:

    Apples, Pears and Grapes make me bloated and I have a feeling Peach's & Nectarines will have the same effect because they contain the same cause of it as Apples and Pears
    Any Oranges, Clementines, Plum and Pineapple give me reflux

    I eat a banana a day and will have a glass of juice and could start eating melon once a day but I don't know what else to have.
     
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    Why do you want more fruit? Can you add vegetables?
     
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    What about soft fruit - strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, blackberries?
     
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    Blueberries are great in porridge
     
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    Maybe they're giving you that reaction because your body's not used to it? Maybe integrate them slowly and eat them with other things, not on their own. Melons are a good idea, not too acidic. What about pears or mangoes?
     
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    These are reactions I have had after regularly eating them.

    Mango's I might try though. I didn't think about my vegetable intake which would help make it up also.

    Thanks anyway guys :)
     
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    The 5 a day is fruit AND veg so if you only have 2 fruit that you can eat boost it with a salad or extra veggies.
     
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