Drinking Milk With Fish Is Not Harmful

Our World believes in so many lies and misconception that are not even closer to truth and these misconception sometimes becomes very popular and spreads all over the world. People believes in these misconceptions like they are facts and act upon them. One such misconception which is very common in various parts of the world specially South Asia is that Drinking Milk before or after eating Fish is harmful and if you done that you will suffer from a special type of skin disease known as skin pigmentation.

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This misconception is also very popular in my country Pakistan. Most of people not consume Milk when they have eaten the fish here in Pakistan. One day i decided to do research on this issue and talked to various Doctors about it. I also searched for information about it on the Internet and found that its nothing but a myth that taking Milk with fish can harm you in any way.

Medically or scientifically no one is able to prove that consumption of milk and fish together can cause a disease.

After completing the research i myself eaten the fish and drank milk immediately after it and you will have to believe that nothing happened to me. my skin is completely fine. so you can drink Milk with consuming fish without taking any tension.

Would you believe it that there are even recipes which are made with Milk and fish together like Fish Baked in Coconut Milk Recipe.

Some people even believes that there are specific kinds of fishes with whom drinking milk is harmful not with all. well this information is also wrong.  ask these people the names of these specific kinds of fishes if they are true?

Another important question here will be that how this myth became popular among people that Fish consumption with Milk is harmful? well i also researched about this and found out that it was a popular Hindu belief and in Jewish religion as well that taking fish with milk is not right in old times.

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