Adverse side effects like malaise, weight gain and exhaustion are being blamed on specific raw vegetables.
The NEJM (New England Journal Of Medicine) reported a case where an 88-year-old Chinese Woman was trying to control her diabetes through eating bok choy, a Chinese cabbage. This goitrogenic vegetable is healthy but for her it became deadly.
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