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Health complaints after eating goji berries

  1. The Dutch Food and Consumer Product Safety Authority has received a number of complaints from consumers who had vomiting, stomach pain or diarrhea after consuming goji berries. These complaints are also reported via social media.

  1. Investigation by the NVWA has not yet revealed any cause of the complaints. It is known from the literature that ingestion of large amounts of goji berries can cause nausea and vomiting. Chemical research and tracing research have not yet yielded results.

Goji berries

  1. Goji berries are berries of the Goji maple (Lycium barbarum and Lycium chinense), a plant in the nightshade family that originates from Asia. The berries of this plant are sold as a â € superfoodâ € ™ because they are high in antioxidants, vitamins and minerals.

Non-toxic

  1. There is no evidence that goji berries are poisonous or harmful to health. However, it is possible that similar berries of different composition, such as poisonous bittersweet berries, have been mixed up or mixed with goji berries. There have also been a few cases of allergic reactions after eating goji berries in people who already had a food allergy. Goji berries are not suitable for pregnant women. A

  2. There is no evidence that goji berries are poisonous or harmful to health. However, it is possible that similar berries of different composition, such as poisonous bittersweet berries, have been mixed up or mixed with goji berries. There have also been a few known cases of allergic reactions after eating goji berries in people who already had a food allergy. Goji berries are not suitable for pregnant women. A



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