8 Common Foods that can endanger the body before you cook

Foods that are about this you consider ordinary can be a danger store. As happened in 2018, the E coli outbreak hit a number of United States elements.

The spread of this outbreak is thought to be caused by the consumption of romaine lettuce grown in Yuma, an elemental state of Arizona.

“Information collected to date indicates that romaine lettuce, harvested from Yuma, can be contaminated with E coli O157: H7 bacteria, and can make people sick,” the official admission from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said.

Already 172 people are sick of eating contaminated lettuce. The incident proves, even food that is felt healthy also can not be separated from the risk.

A number of research results of all scientists also show that even a very ordinary food can be dangerous.

As quoted from the Bright Side website, Friday (1/6/2018), here are 8 ordinary foods at risk and and how techniques to counteract the danger that can be generated.

1. Lettuce (Lettuce)

Scientists from the Center for Science in the Public Interest studied statistics over the past 12 years.

Experienced people try to dig out what foods are causing the greatest number of poisoning problems.

Apparently, lettuce (lettuce) was found at number one. The vegetable is responsible for 363 outbreaks, with 13,568 poisoning problems.

So even if lettuce is well packaged, with the article ‘ready to eat’ or ready to eat, it’s better to wash it first before it is consumed.

2. Eggs

Salmonella infections, one of which comes from infected chicken feces, can be dangerous. Especially for children, the elderly, and people with weak immune systems.

If you see an egg shell in an imperfect situation, it is better to wash it first before cooking it into scrambled and serving it to all the family.

 

3. Chicken

One drop of juice or liquid from raw chicken meat contains Campylobacter enough bacteria to infect someone. These bacteria can trigger fever and gastrointestinal problems.
The bacteria spreads most rapidly when we wash chicken meat – stick on the hands, aprons, or kitchen elements.

To be safe, you should minimize contact with raw chicken. In addition, wash the cutting boards and knives that are worn separately with other kitchen utensils.

Even recommended to wash it with boiling water.

4. Tuna

When frozen fish is thawed, but then saved by the wrong technique, a poisonous protein called scombrotoxin is formed.

Scombrotoxin can trigger food intoxication leading to skin rashes, vomiting, abdominal pain, diarrhea, high heart rate, and even loss of vision.

The solution, the tuna must be liquefied without letting it contact with the outside air.

Take the frozen tuna from the freezer and place it on a very low shelf in the fridge without opening the wrapper. Frozen fish that weigh 4 pounds or 1.8 kg takes 24 hours to melt.

5. Cheese

There are no toxic chemicals in cheese. However, in the production stage, pathogenic microorganisms that can cause poisoning can enter into it.

Contamination can trigger brucellosis and listeriosis – if unpasteurized milk from diseased fauna is used during the production process.

That is why, it is recommended to buy cheese from producers that we know and trust.

6. Sausage and Processed Meat

Based on the information from the study, 12 percent of sausages and other meat products infected with E. coli and pathogenic microorganisms (listeriosis and salmonella).

Listeriosis (listeria) is most harmful to elderly, pregnant women, newborns, and children who are not yet one year old.

Such bacterial infections can cause destruction of the nervous system and even meningitis.

7. Minced Meat

Experienced finds traces of antimicrobial drugs, E. coli, salmonella, and listeria in ground meat. Given the risks, it is recommended to shave thin meat and fry it, rather than using a rolling version.

8. Soft Drinks

In addition to obesity and liver destruction (liver), another proposition why you should stop drinking soda is its effect on bone.

Soda contains phosphoric acid and caffeine which leads to decreased bone mineral density or bone mineral density (BMD) and the end result is osteoporosis.

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