Black licorice makes FDA hit list

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The FDA warns black licorice contains a sweetener called glycyrrhizin that could cause a drop in potassium levels in people! When that happens, some experience abnormal heart rhythms, high blood pressure, even congestive heart failure.

Well you know Grego, he’s got news for you if you believe that.

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