Sunday, 24 Mar 2019

Five healthy fruit that can to make you ill


CHERRIESCHERRIES -  We always assume, if the fruit is the most healthy food for consumption. But, turned out from a study that conducted by Professor Jean Emberlin, the scientific director of Allergy from UK revealed consuming fruits also have a negative effect for our body.

Here are five types of fruits that turned out to have bad effect for health:

People who are sensitive to latex can also have an allergic reaction to avocados. Latex comes from the sap of a rubber tree, Hevea brasiliensis. A study of 137 patients with rubber latex allergy, published in the Journal of the American Dietetic Association, found that 21.1 percent were also allergic to certain foods, including bananas (18.3 percent) and avocados (16.3 percent).

This is because some proteins in the latex cause allergic reactions in the body.

A similar reaction can also occur in kiwi fruit, says Professor Jean Emberlin. "Excessive of kiwi can trigger an allergic reaction."

Symptoms include tingling in the mouth, nasal congestion, itchy eyes, and in rare cases, life-threatening anaphylaxis.

A person allergic to manufacturing chemicals in latex will not have an allergic reaction to these foods - but you do not have to know which part of the latex component causes allergies.

"So if you have a latex allergy it’s best to avoid them," says Professor Emberlin.

"Seeds of cherries can be dangerous if chewed and then swallowed, because it contain with chemical compounds similar to cyanide poisons," said Dr. Prasad.

If the cherry seed is chewed, the amygdalin compound (similar to cyanide poison) will be released.

This can cause fever, headache, blood pressure down, and in extreme cases, can be fatal.

Research shows that cyanide compounds in cherries can be fatal even in doses as small as 1.5 mg, according to the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA).

One cherry produces approximately 170 mg of cyanide per gram of seed - which means ingesting one or two chewed seeds can be harmful.

Avoid bananas in very large quantities if you have kidney problems because they contain mineral potassium.

"Kidneys regulate the amount of potassium in the body and if it functions normally, it can control the intake," explains Paul Cathcart, a consultant urologist at Guy Hospital and St. Thomas Hospital in London.

But kidneys that don’t function normally can allow potassium to build up, potentially triggering hyperkalemia, which causes nausea, a slower pulse and an irregular heartbeat.

"So if you suffer from kidney disorders or suffering from kidney disease, you should get a lower potassium intake," says Cathcart.

Healthy adults need about 3,500 mg of potassium a day, says dietitian Dr. Sarah Schenker. The average banana contains between 400 mg and 450 mg, so you should eat more than one and a half bananas to reach that level.

If you have kidney stones, you must avoid beetroot, says Bhaskar Somani, a consultant urology surgeon and honorary senior lecturer in urology at the University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust.

'Bit contains of oxalates - substances that prevent calcium from being absorbed.'

Most people's bodies can break down and remove oxalic substances through the kidneys or colon. But in some people, oxalate can accumulate, leading to kidney stones.




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