Allergies and Asthma · Immune System · Mold · transfer

Peanuts, Rice, Soybeans, Corn, and Wheat Can Cause Serious Health Effects due to Mycotoxin Contamination

I’ve met so many children and adults who are unable to eat peanuts and wheat. After many years of researching this topic I realized that in addition to allergies and food sensitivities people may also be reacting to toxic compounds on the food. Both mycotoxins and pesticides may be behind all these allergies. 

As it turns out, some people fall violently ill after consuming certain grains and nuts because they are reacting to the various toxic compounds excreted by certain types of mold.

“Aflatoxin B1 is the most potent liver cancer-forming chemical known.  It is a product of a mold called Aspergillus flavus, which is found in food that has been stored in a hot and humid environment. This mold is found in such foods as peanuts, rice, soybeans, corn, and wheat. Aflatoxin B1 has been implicated in the development of liver cancer in Southern China and Sub-Saharan Africa.  It is thought to cause cancer by producing mutations in the p53 gene.  These mutations work by interfering with the gene’s important tumor suppressing functions.” Source: Department of Internal Medicine, University of Missouri

Please be on the lookout for reactions after eating certain foods. Raised blood pressure, nausea, vomiting, sudden congestion, wheezing, migraine, muscular pain, dizziness, brain fog and seizure can all be reactions to contaminated food. You can also find out if you have high mycotoxin levels by doing a urine test.

Please feel free to post your questions, comments and experience below.

Blessings
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