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By Edwards: (NaturalNews) Lately there has been a lot of publicity about unsafe arsenic levels in rice and poultry due to a report from Consumer Reports. This is very disconcerting to hear, especially if you have only heard of arsenic as a poison. It's actually a metal, frequently found in our food and our water in both inorganic and organic forms. But arsenic, especially inorganic arsenic, is a carcinogen that increases the risk of bladder, lung, and skin cancer. It also has been linked to heart disease and type 2 diabetes, and in utero exposure may damage the baby's immune system.