AMidst the increasing removal of baby foods from shelves due to heavy metal contamination, researchers and food experts are delving into the potential repercussions on health, particularly concerning cancer risks.
The primary metals of concern– cadmium, arsenic, and lead– are absorbed by food crops from various sources like air, soil, and water. Not limited to applesauce, tainted apples contribute to this issue; spinach, nuts, rice, and cereals also display traces of these heavy metals.
Studies have established the harmful impacts: lead is linked to lung, kidney, bladder, stomach, and brain cancers; arsenic is associated with skin, bladder, lung, kidney, and liver cancers. Meanwhile, cadmium shows moderate to high risks for prostate, renal, bladder, breast, pancreatic, and endometrial cancers. Moreover, all these metals pose neurological, reproductive, and immunological risks, especially concerning children.
These pivotal findings will be unveiled at an imminent risk analysis conference. Felicia Wu, a food scientist from Michigan State University, emphasizes the significance of these results in shaping food safety regulations, public health policies, and consumer awareness.
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