Vegetables, especially veggie rolls, are an excellent way to add some texture and flavor to a sushi dish.
They are also great for the environment, which is why they are so popular in the United States.
But they are also packed with some serious toxins.
The most common toxins found in vegetable roll sushi are mercury, lead, cadmium and arsenic.
Here’s a look at what to look out for when choosing a vegetable roll: Mercury and lead are considered human carcinogens.
Mercury causes kidney damage and death, especially in children.
Lead can cause brain damage and seizures.
Lead is known to disrupt brain development.
Cadmium, which can cause birth defects, can also cause birth abnormalities and birth defects.
Antimony is a known neurotoxin, and can damage the nervous system.
Cadum, which has been shown to have a higher concentration of arsenic, can be toxic to pregnant women.
Aluminium can cause nerve damage, and may cause kidney damage.
Mercury and arsenic can cause developmental problems in children and adults.
All of these compounds are known to be present in vegetables.
Here are some common toxins that can cause serious health problems in the human body.
Mercury is found in almost all vegetables.
It can be found in broccoli, cabbage, radishes, cauliflower, broccoli shoots, cabbage roots, spinach, turnips, radish greens, potatoes, turnip greens, and broccoli leaves.
It is found mostly in the stems, leaves, seeds, and outer surfaces of leaves, but is also found in the interior of some fruits, vegetables, nuts, seeds and seeds from grains.
Mercury in vegetables is usually measured in parts per million (ppm), or ppm, a measure of how much mercury is present in a given amount of a particular substance.
Mercury levels can vary depending on the type of vegetables.
Mercury content in broccoli has been found to range from 6.5 to 7.5 parts per billion (ppb), with some estimates of up to 20 ppm.
The level of arsenic in spinach can range from 2.8 ppm to 3.5 ppm, with levels of arsenic up to 8 ppm.
Cadmsium and lead levels can range up to 25 and 50 ppm, respectively.
Mercury can be absorbed through the skin, but it can also be released by the gut into the small intestine.
Mercury enters the human bloodstream through food, through the urine, or from the eyes and skin.
It may also be found by the kidneys.
Cadmalons is a compound that is produced by the kidney, which also breaks down food and can cause kidney problems.
Lead also enters the bloodstream through the stomach.
Mercury accumulates in the lungs.
It accumulates over time and can be present as lead dust, lead sulfate, and even as lead in water.
Lead in vegetables can also result in lead poisoning.
People who are exposed to lead from food or water can also become more vulnerable to lead poisoning from dental decay and from eating lead-contaminated foods.
If you eat a lot of vegetables, you are also more likely to get lead poisoning, and if you have children, you’re also more at risk for lead poisoning because your children will be exposed to the soil and water in which their vegetables are grown.
Lead poisoning is caused by eating contaminated vegetables, especially if they are not cooked thoroughly, and by using certain cooking methods.
Many of these foods have added minerals that can be harmful to the kidneys and liver.
Lead compounds are usually present in all foods, so it’s important to read the label.
The levels of mercury and lead found in vegetables vary depending upon the type, amount and source of the vegetable.
The following are the toxins found most commonly in vegetable rolls: Mercury, which usually comes from radishes and other leafy greens, such as spinach, radicchio, cauliflowers, caulkerias, and turnips.
Mercury poisoning can occur in humans if they eat the vegetable and/or eat it with other contaminants.
Lead, which normally comes from the same vegetables as the radishes that are the most commonly found in sushi rolls.
Lead from broccoli and other vegetables can be very toxic.
Cadmas, which are also produced by bacteria in the intestine, can enter the body through eating foods that have been contaminated by radish seeds, cabbage and other crops.
Cadma is also present in water and can contaminate water supplies.
Cadmia is found mainly in spinach and other greens.
Lead sulfate is present as trace amounts in the urine and can lead to lead exposure.
Lead and cadma are the main sources of mercury poisoning in the body.