The widespread use of preservatives to keep food in good condition has not stopped the incidence of food poisoning. The majority of food borne infections are transmitted via meat and meat products. Here are twenty tips to help you reduce your chances of acquiring a food transmitted infection.
- Make sure that you always check the sell by date on any packaged food you buy. Sell by dates are important — and they are there for a reason. If you buy food that has gone past its sell by date you may save money but you could be putting yourself at risk.
- Don’t ever buy tins…
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Source: Dr Vernon Coleman - MB ChB DSc Read the original article here: https://vernoncoleman.org/