1 Take Medicine

Taking medicine on an empty stomach comes first on this list because it can be incredibly dangerous! Taking antibiotics or aspirin in this condition can wreak havoc on your intestines, which can lead to serious issues such as stomach ulcers.

Certain medications, according to Medical Daily, also need to be taken with food so that your body can absorb them better. Heed the word when you are instructed to take medication with food!

2 Work Out

Working out on a completely empty stomach isn’t going to do anybody any good. Your body needs fuel to expend so much energy. Without it, your metabolism won’t have anything to work with, and it will slow down.

For some of us who eat late dinners and don’t get a lot of sleep, this may mean that the fuel from last night’s dinner is enough to work with. For others, a light snack like some nuts or fruit will give your body that extra boost of energy that it needs, as it’s explained by fitness expert Kayla Itsines.

3 Go Into Labor

While it’s not recommended that you eat during labor, you’re definitely going to need your energy for pushing that baby out. Foods such as fruits will give you a quick burst of energy, and plain pasta will give you the carbs you need for long-term energy, according to Livestrong.

If you can plan ahead to eat an energy-packed meal before you go into labor, it’s highly recommended. If you go into labor unexpectedly, talk with your doctor about what you should do, as everyone has a different opinion. It’s also important to listen to your body!

4 Drink Caffeine

Drinking coffee or tea in the morning is a pretty standard practice world-wide. However, if you do so on a completely empty stomach, you risk heartburn and increased acid levels for the rest of the day, which can lead to serious health issues like stomach ulcers and acid reflux disease.

Caffeine on an empty stomach can also increase anxiety levels throughout the day because of an imbalance of hormones caused by your favorite morning drink, according to Positive Med.

5 Eat Citrus Fruits
Eating citrus fruits on an empty stomach can cause some seriously uncomfortable and dangerous symptoms for those that struggle with GERD or acid reflux, according to Livestrong.

Avoiding citrus fruits on an empty stomach will help keep these symptoms at bay, and you should reach for a less acidic fruit, like a strawberry, instead. Even if you don’t struggle with GERD, this is a good tip to keep your acid down for the day

6Consuming acidic beverages
Especially for those who suffer from a gastric sensitivity, consuming drinks like lemonade, orange juice, pineapple juice or passion fruit juice in the morning or while fasting is not a good idea.

For those who make a point of drinking one of these drinks first thing in the morning upon waking up, an alternative to mitigate the effect of acidity is to dilute it in water – at a ratio of 50% water and 50% acid juice or 2/3 cup of water and 1/3 cup of the acid juice.