Can rotten fruit be eaten after cutting off the corruption?
Some people think that removing the bad part will not affect health. There are street hawkers selling some of their rotting watermelon, cantaloupe, and pineapple cuts to customers. In fact, pathogenic microorganisms invade fruit and cause localized ulceration, which is easily visible to the naked eye. However, the harmful and toxic substances that are generated during the process of corruption can contaminate the flesh that has not yet undergone the disease. This is invisible to the naked eye. Some fungi and their toxins also have Carcinogenic, harmful to the human body after eating. Therefore, even if the rotted parts have been removed, such fruits still cannot be eaten.