Beware of these 7 food items! They can kill you
BEWAREOFTHESE7FOODITEMS!THEYCANKILLYOU

Did you know some foods if not consumed rightly can be a potential threat to you? By turning poisonous, they can cause lethal damage to your body. Before you start consuming these foods, you should know the right way to eat them. From organic to natural, here is a list of foods that can poison you:

Peanuts
The consumption of peanuts can cause make you go into anaphylactic shock, a loss of consciousness and constrict the airways that can lead you to the death.

Nutmeg
Too much consumption of nutmeg can cause headaches, vomiting, anxiety and hallucinations.

Honey
Unpasteurized honey consists of a poisonous toxin, which is named pyrrolizidine alkaloid and this can lead to dizziness, weakness, headaches and vomiting. With no proper care, it can lead you to the death.

Fruit seeds
Apple seeds have amygdalin, an amalgam that makes cyanide. A large dose of these seeds can lead to vomiting, dizziness, kidney failure, increased blood pressure, coma, and even death.

Tomato leaves
It is known that tomato leaves consist of a poison called glycoalkaloid, which is acknowledged for causing severe cramping, upset stomachs and anxiety. In some cases, over consumption of tomato leaves can cause death.

Red kidney beans
Red kidney beans have a certain toxin, which is called lectins. It essentially kills the cells in the stomach. Boil the beans for at least 10 minutes before consuming them. Otherwise, you may have serious health issues that can lead to death.

Rhubarb leaves
Rhubarb leaves consist of a chemical named as oxalic acid, which can cause nausea, kidney stones, vomiting and diarrhoea.

Disclaimer – The views and opinions mentioned here are the writers’ own thoughts or based on the talks held with some of the professionals of respective fields. Never consider the tips or ideas mentioned on Stay Young & Healthy as a substitute for physician’s advice. At Stay Young & Healthy, we strongly advise you to consult your doctor for more details.

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Dec, 11, 2017 by