Six Foods That A Food Poisoning Expert Never Eats

Posted: Jan 27 2016, 10:47pm CST | by , in News | Latest Science News

Six Foods Food Poisoning Expert Never Eats
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  • A Food Poisoning Expert points out 6 Eatables that should be Avoided

A food poisoning expert pointed out 6 eatables that should be avoided if we don’t want to contract botulism.

After eating a hearty breakfast, lunch or dinner, if you get a bad case of food poisoning, it can upset your whole system. You feel sick and wasted.

Bill Marler, a food safety lawyer, has made a list of six foods that are best avoided. Marler revealed these six foods in an article he posted in the Food Poisoning Journal.

While food poisoning is often resolved by itself, when the harmful bacteria finally leave the body, it can sometimes become chronic.

Many virus strains are so robust that they hardly leave the body without draining it of energy and vitality. The human immune system can only take so much wear and tear.

Contaminated food may be found in canned foods and even in food that is natural but has been left out in the open to fester. Over 351,000 individuals die of food poisoning each year throughout the globe.

This may come as a surprise to many but it is true and based upon solid statistics. The only way out of this dilemma is to avoid the following foods that are known to spoil easily and cause bad cases of food poisoning:

1. Raw Oysters and Shellfish: These seafood items absorb all sorts of toxic elements from the environment. They also take in dangerous substances from the bottom of the ocean floor where they normally reside.

2. Rare Meat: Raw meat is a big no-no. If that medium rare steak you are about to chomp on is not cooked thoroughly you are likely to take in salmonella and E.coli bacteria along with the meat. Eat well-done steaks if you have to, just to be on the safe side.

3. Raw Milk and Fruit Juices: This was a big issue before Louis Pasteur of France discovered the pasteurization process in 1864. Now it is a universal practice and so cases of food poisoning are rare.

4. Fruits and Vegetables that have been Cut Beforehand: It may be a reasonably easy method of preparing food, but you don’t know what the plant materials have been exposed to beforehand. If they are tainted, than you are in for a session of diarrhea and vomiting.

5. Sprouts: These are probably touted as the healthiest of foods. But since they are in raw form, they may contain germs.

6. Raw Eggs: In the 80s and 90s the eating of raw eggs caused a salmonella outbreak which left many devastated. Raw and undercooked eggs were the issue here.

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