As more and more baby foods are being taken off the shelves because they contain high levels of heavy metals, scientists and food specialists are investigating the possible consequences for our well-being, specifically in relation to the risk of developing cancer.
THe problematic metals that pose a threat to human health, including cadmium, arsenic, and lead, are taken up by crops from various sources such as air, soil, and water. This issue is not limited to applesauce, as contaminated apples also contribute to the problem; other affected foods include spinach, nuts, rice, and cereals, all of which contain trace amounts of these heavy metals.
Research has confirmed the negative effects: lead is connected to cancers in the lungs, kidneys, bladder, stomache, and brain; arsenic is related to cancers in the skin, bladder, lungs, kidneys, and liver. In the meantime, cadmium has shown significant risks for cancers in the prostate, kidneys, bladder, breasts, pancreas, and uterus. Additionally, these metals present dangers to the nervous, reproductive, and immune systems, particularly in children.
The groundbreaking discoveries will be showcased at an upcoming risk assessment symposium. Michigan State University's Felicia Wu, a specialist in food science, highlights the impact of these revelations on the formation of food safety guidelines, government health policies, and consumer consciousness.
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