What are the hazards of pesticide residues in fruits and vegetables?

What are the hazards of pesticide residues in fruits and vegetables?

Fruits and vegetables are sweet and sour, rich in nutrients, and are loved by young and old, but most fruits and vegetables are sprayed with pesticides to kill insects. Therefore, most of the pesticides are left on the fruits and vegetables sold in the market. Toxins in pesticides are easy to cause after accumulation in the human body. Chronic poisoning and triggers a number of chronic diseases. Usually, we eat the fruits and vegetables and rinse them with water. This does not wash the pesticides attached to the fruits and vegetables.

What are the hazards of pesticide residues in fruits and vegetables?

1. After the pesticides remaining on the vegetables and fruits enter the bloodstream, they are scattered along the synapses and neuromuscular junctions, causing direct damage to the neurons in our body, causing the death of the central nervous system. Reduce the immunity of human organs, causing diseases such as cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases.

2, pesticides basically contain a lot of chemicals, these substances may cause cancer cells in the body, causing cancer.

3. The pesticide toxins remaining on fruits and vegetables are mainly absorbed by enzymes made by the liver for oxidative decomposition. The pesticide residue that lasts for a long time makes the liver break down the toxin all the time, leaving the liver overloaded, eventually causing diseases such as cirrhosis and hydronephrosis.

4, there are more folds on the stomach wall, pesticide toxins are easy to adhere to these folds, causing discomfort such as nausea and diarrhea.

5. The human body constantly accumulates pesticides in fruits and vegetables. It may transmit these toxins to children during pregnancy and breastfeeding, and may cause abnormal fetal growth or affect children’s healthy development.

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