Is there any sense in separate nutrition?
Only ... you need to understand this meaning Correctly!
Separate is not separate water, an hour later, separately bread or porridge, another hour later - separately meat ... Separate - this is not to mix the first, second and third in one plate!
Separate: this is a balance between fats, carbohydrates, proteins ... acceptable to your body! Do no harm! Doctors and nutritionists should help us with this.
The principle itself has no biological meaning.
The very fact that a person begins to pay attention to what and how much he eats turns out to be useful.
This is what, in some cases, can lead to positive changes))
During his evolution, man ate everything in any combination. I ate what was. There are proteins, fats, carbohydrates, fiber for the digestive system. There are no specific foods for it. When you have eaten a portion of food, it enters the stomach and is treated with a mild hydrochloric acid solution to break down the fiber. Further, the processed food enters the small intestine into an alkaline environment in a single lump, where it is processed with enzymes that help break down complex molecules into simpler ones. The intestinal walls absorb nutrients. Undestroyed fiber cleans the intestinal walls from the adhering remains of the feast.
Back to the question "Does it make sense to eat separately?" Any product contains proteins, fats, and carbohydrates - only the proportions change. It makes sense to take into account these proportions in the foods consumed, and the amount eaten.