While tomato leaves are considered to be poisonous, a large quantity of leaves would have to be consumed to have any serious effects on a human. If a large quantity of leaves is eaten, possible effects include headache, ... More »

While tomatoes are part of the nightshade family, tomato leaves have actually been found to be edible in small quantities. As of 2014, tomato plants are found on the poisonous list, but there is very little evidence that... More »

Plants that are poisonous to dogs include American holly, amaryllis, castor bean plants, garlic and other members of the allium family, and tomato plants, says the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animal... More »

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While tomatoes are part of the nightshade family, tomato leaves have actually been found to be edible in small quantities. As of 2014, tomato plants are found on the poisonous list, but there is very little evidence that... More »

Early blight, Verticillium wilt and gray leaf spot are three conditions that can cause tomato leaves to turn yellow. These three fungi work their way into the root system and damage the stalk, leaves and fruit of the tom... More »

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Consuming cornstarch in sufficient quantity is unhealthy and can even be dangerous, according to WebMD. Cornstarch is a finely ground flour and pure starch used for thickening soups, sauces and gravies, and it can also b... More »

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Campbell's Creamy Tomato Soup has 25 grams of carbohydrates per 1 cup serving. This soup has a higher carbohydrate content than many other types of soup. More »

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