Our expert says:
You will have to ask a medical doctor such as your gp to refer you to a pathology laboratory for allergy and heavy metal testing. If you are allergic to nickel then you may have to avoid all foods that have been canned and change your cooking utensils to glass or metals that do not contain nickel. Generally speaking nickel only occurs in foods as a contaminant.
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