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10 Foods That Could Lead To Sudden Death

There are some foods we eat that can be harmless and harmful to our body. Some of them can even lead to death because of the things in it. Below are ten foods that can lead to a sudden death.


Fruit Seeds.

Fruit Seeds like apples, cherries and peaches contain a type of hydrogen cyanide called boric acid which is very dangerous for human consumption.


Nutmeg.

Nutmeg causes hallucination and eating up to 0.3 ounces may lead to seizures.


Potatoes.

The glycoalkaloid found in the leaves and stems of potatoes can cause headache, crumps and enter into a coma and death.


Unpasteurized Honey.

This is also known as raw honey that contains grayanotoxin which is dangerous.


Tomato.

Tomato stems and leaves contain alkaline toxins. Alkaline as we know is very dangerous to the human system.


Tuna.

Tuna fish absorbs Mercury. Eating too much tuna fish that contains Mercury can cause severe damage to the kidneys.


Cassava.

If cassava is eaten raw, one can receive a lethal dose of hydrogen cyanide in your system.


Raw Cashews.

Raw cashews contain urushiol, a chemical present in poison ivy which can cause fatal allergies in some people.


Mushrooms.

Cremini mushrooms make perfect pasta toppers, but some species contain poison that can kill a person.


Hot Dogs.

This food is the leading cause of choking fatalities among children and adults which can lead to a sudden death.


There you have it, ten foods that can lead to a sudden death. There are more foods which can lead to a sudden death, but ten are outlined above. It is also advisable to avoid these classes of dangerous foods.

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