Milk and dairy products: Lemon juice can curdle milk and dairy products, making them unpleasant to eat.

Spicy foods: Lemon juice can accentuate the spiciness of food, making it too hot to eat.

Delicate seafood: Lemon juice can overpower the delicate flavor of mild seafood, such as sole and flounder.

Alkaline vegetables: Lemon juice can react with alkaline vegetables, such as avocados and cucumbers, causing an unpleasant bitterness or off-flavor.

Highly salty foods: Lemon juice can clash with the salty flavor of highly salted foods, creating a harsh and unpleasant taste.

Red wine: Lemon juice can clash with the tannins in red wine, resulting in an unpleasant bitter taste.

Melons: Lemon juice can overpower the natural sweetness of melons, making them taste sour and unpleasant.

Very ripe strawberries: Lemon juice can make very ripe strawberries mushy and bland.

Avoid these combinations for good health