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Food poisoning is a frequent illness but can be avoided by carefully preparing your food. Research has shown that approximately 48 million cases of food poisoning occur each year. Food poisoning can occur to anybody, anytime, anyplace. Just take some time to learn about it so that you can lower the odds of your loved ones or you being included in this statistic.
Cleanliness in food prep is an absolute necessity. It is very important to clean your hands before and after. It is recommended to wash them for a minimum of 20 seconds with soap and water.
It’s not difficult to control what goes on in your kitchen. It’s another story when it comes to eating out or at a friends’ house. Keep an eye out for their food preparation habits and do not be afraid to turn down anything.
Contamination by any substance that might have touched your food can lead to food poisoning. It’s a much better option to invest a few minutes washing them than to take any risks if you’re not certain about the cleanliness. Avoid using the same utensil to cook different types of food to prevent the utensils and dishes from cross-contamination. Avoid storing food near ice cubes as they may get contaminated whenever they touch each other.
Always cook food properly. Every food has a certain temperature and time required for it to cook properly. Follow the rules and don’t experiment when it comes to food safety.
If you remove something from your refrigerator or freezer in order to utilize it, remember to put it back. Foods that have a rancid aroma or a “best before” date that has passed should be thrown away.
Never take chances on your wellbeing or that of your loved ones. It’s better to lose a couple of bucks by throwing away food then to end up in the hospital. Food poisoning is a common illness that does not have to happen to you.
Simply follow these precautions and enjoy a delicious and healthy meal!