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Stop Eating Them Every Day! These Toxic Foods Could Kill You!!!

Certain foods can be extremely dangerous and even lethal if they are not prepared the right way. In order to avoid this, you must know which foods should be eaten less and how they should be prepared and preserved. In addition, we have prepared a list of foods that should not be eaten in large quantities because they contain natural toxins.

The specialties that have their toxic side


If you read it yourself, do not forget that about 6% of mushrooms are toxic. Their venom is fatal.


Green leaves contain oxalic acid. Therefore, you can get kidney stones, but if you eat a larger quantity, it can be fatal.


They contain large amounts of toxins lectins. Plant lectin acts as a kind of primitive protection system analogous to human antibodies. Only three cooked beans can cause vomiting and diarrhea.


The seeds they contain cyanide. If you eat them in large quantities, maybe you can get poisoning. Do not forget to discard seeds.


The leaf and green part on the fruit contains a toxin Tomatin. It can be used in pest control. Persons suffering from rheumatism should avoid eating tomatoes.


Green potatoes contain higher amounts Glycoalkaloids poison. Deaths are rare, but they are recorded.

Brazil nuts

Foods with the highest doses of natural radioactivity (800 times the concentration of the radioactive than in any other food).


Seeds contain cyanide. If you swallow a few seeds, you can expect to poison, increase in body temperature extremes, very difficult to breathing. Do not forget to discard seeds.


It is a hallucinogen. It can lead to a psychosis which is associated with a sense of certain doom. Overdose can you violate psychological state.

Puffer fish

Japanese delicacy can lead to paralysis and death. Chefs train two to three years to learn is to prepare. Be careful about what you eat.

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