Tuesday, May 15, 2018

Can shrimp and vitamin C kill you?


“Prawn contains an Arsenic Pentoxide (As2O5) and when someone eats prawn, followed by concentrated Vitamin C, it will cause a chemical reaction in stomach. The Arsenic Pentoxide (As2O5) in the shrimp becomes Arsenic Trioxide (As2O3), which is very poisonous. The person’s heart, liver, kidneys, and blood vessels will fail causing death. So, be careful if you eat prawn. Wait a few hours before you take Vitamin C. Don’t allow vitamin C and shrimp to occupy your stomach at the same time.’’