Although cornstarch is a common ingredient used in cooking, eating cornstarch can give some people abdominal pain or cause an intestinal blockage, states MedlinePlus. It's unlikely that ingesting cooking cornstarch will ... More »

According to WebMD, yogurt is considered safe and poses little risk of side effects in healthy individuals. For this reason, yogurt can be regularly consumed by children, adults and pregnant women as part of the diet. In... More »

Eating moldy bread can lead to food poisoning from mycotoxin or bacterial contamination. Most of the time it is not dangerous, though eating moldy food of any kind should be avoided. More »

Health Guide Info claims that excessive consumption of raw cornstarch may result in anemia, malnutrition, and intestinal blockage, making it harmful to a person's health. However, cornstarch is acceptable is small amount... More »

Side effects of sucrose, which is common table sugar, include tooth decay and risk for obesity in children and adults, according to MedlinePlus. Sucrose adds calories to the diet without providing any other nutrients. More »

While definitive findings concerning sucralose side effects remain unknown, as of 2015, research links ingestion of this artificial sweetener to metabolic syndrome, according to the American Diabetes Association. Metabol... More »

Custard powder is predominantly made of a starch, such as tapioca or cornstarch, along with flavoring such as vanilla, salt and annatto for color. The powder is colored and flavored so that it gains the look and flavor o... More »