Can crabs and peaches eat together?
Crabs and peaches cannot be eaten together as it is possible that crabs and peaches eating together may cause diarrhoea and therefore do not eat peaches for an hour after eating crabs. Peaches contain a lot of vitamin C, whereas crabs have a lot of arsenic, and consumption of both together produces chemicals that react to produce toxic substances. Meanwhile, peaches contain tannic acid, while crabs contain large amounts of calcium, phosphorus, potassium, and consumption of both together generates indigestible substances that are highly detrimental to human health.
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