Eating moldy foods may lead to respiratory conditions and allergic reactions, states USDA. Some molds may produce an element called mycotoxin, which may cause a person to feel sick. More »

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The most likely result of eating moldy fruit is absolutely nothing unless the person eating the mold is allergic. However, while the majority of molds are not dangerous, moldy fruit is more likely to be spoiled, and spoi... More »

In some cases, eating mold can cause an allergic reaction, respiratory problems and illness, according to United States Department of Agriculture. Molds that cause illness are those that produce mycotoxins, poisonous sub... More »

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Insufficient dietary intake of magnesium and conditions that block the absorption of food from the intestines are the typical causes of low levels of magnesium, or hypomagnesemia, states WebMD. Alcohol abuse or withdrawa... More »

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Standard high-fiber food charts hospitals recommend include fruit, grain, legumes and vegetable charts, states Mayo Clinic. The charts list information concerning serving size and fiber in grams. Topping the high-fiber f... More »

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Apart from the risk posed by eating the decaying food they were laid in, eating the eggs of most fly species is generally no more harmful to healthy adults than eating other organic matter. Some species of fly, however, ... More »

The average person eats about 35 tons of food during a lifetime. The exact amount of food an individual person eats in a lifetime varies based on the person's gender, size, diet and lifespan. More »