6 Foods That Can Kill You

Here are the top foods that can kill you—No, I’m not talking about sugar this time.



0:00 Introduction: Deadly foods
0:24 Foods that can kill you
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There are obvious foods that can kill you, like refined sugar and carbs—but that’s not what we’re going to talk about today.

Today, I’m going to cover six surprising foods that can kill you and a few potential natural antidotes.

The top deadliest foods:
1. Pufferfish (fugu)

2. Death cap mushroom

3. Korean baby octopus

4. Green potatoes

5. Raw chicken

6. Foods containing cyanide:
• The seeds or pits of apples, peaches, pears, and apricots
• Bitter almonds
• Cassava

It’s best to avoid any of the above at all costs.

If you do somehow consume death cap mushrooms, milk thistle and NAC are two potential antidotes that may help.

Methylene blue is another potential antidote that has been used to help counter cyanide poisoning.

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Thanks for watching! I hope this helps increase your awareness of the top deadliest foods. I’ll see you in the next video.

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