10 Bizarre Side Effects of Common Foods
Now, eating salty foods may not turn you blue but it can cause bloating, which can manifest in your fingers physically swelling.
Mushrooms can cause a rash.
"Anything can cause a rash if you're allergic to it—not just mushrooms!" But shiitake dermatitis is a real issue in which people develop skin rashes after consuming shiitake
Asparagus makes your urine stinkier.
Now, if you've had the side of asparagus and never noticed that it's causing your urine to be stinkier, you're not alone either. It may actually be stinkier
Soy could lower a man's sperm count.
Soy's effects on the female reproductive system have proven to be similar, as soy is a known endocrine disruptor.
Vitamin C can cause orange urine.
If you pop a vitamin C supplement every morning, drink a glass of orange juice, and slice open a grapefruit for breakfast, that excessive amount of vitamin C
Unripe mulberries can cause you to hallucinate.
"The Red Mulberry of North America is well-known as the source of a delicious fruit, but it has been reported that the unripe fruits
Dairy can be used as a laxative.
"People who are lactose intolerant can't digest lactose in milk and milk products because their bodies don't produce enough of the enzyme lactase
Too many carrots can turn your skin orange.
"Eating too many carrots or other foods high in beta-carotene can cause a yellow-orange discoloration of the skin, especially in the palms of the hands
Pumpkins can cause orange skin, too.
Yup, pumpkins can also be to blame for an orange or yellow tint of the skin. This is because, like carrots, pumpkins are also rich in beta-carotene.
Sweet potatoes can also cause orange skin tint.
you thought we were done with the orange skin tint thing, right? Turns out, no,as pumpkins and carrots aren't the only vegetables that can turn your skin
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