Food borne Illnesses: Prevention for Healthy Eating

Eating healthy foods will help you to boost your immune process, but what if it’s the foods themselves making you sick? Food borne illness can cause food poisoning and a variety of other more dangerous diseases, so they are a real threat to our bodies. Luckily, there’s a quantity of things you can do to prevent food borne illnesses. Following safety tips when handling, preparing, and storing food is  important.

After your food is cooked, you should continue to monitor temperature. basically put, keep hot foods hot and cold foods cold. Hot foods should be kept at temperatures above 140 degrees Fahrenheit, while cold foods should be kept at temperatures below 40 degrees Fahrenheit. The range between that’s where bacteria can grow. When letting food lovely for refrigeration, place in the refrigerator after no over one hours and when thawing meals, do so in a bowl or pan in the refrigerator,  than at room temperature.

First and foremost, you should be concerned with the temperature of your foods. When cooking meat, make sure to use a thermometer in order to make sure that you meat is reaching to proper temperatures inside. Some meats, like beef, can be served rare safely, but proper temperatures are crucial. This kills any bacteria that may be growing on the meat. In the case of burger and other loaf meats that have been ground and formed in to patties, you should not eat rare meals. The bacteria then easily are found inside the meat as well as on the outside, and you are at risk if you do not cook these meats for a long period of time to kill any bacteria.

Cross contamination is a huge culprit when you are concerned with preventing illness and your food. Cross contamination is basically the moving of bacteria from one dish to another. This happens when you use dirty cutting boards, don’t wish your dishes properly, and use the same utensil for all of your foods. If you use, for example, a knife to cut raw chicken and then use that same knife to cut your food after it’s been cooked, a quantity of the bacteria from the raw chicken has probably remained on the knife, which can make you  ill. Make sure that you are using a neat work space and neat tools whenever you cook.

Along with using a neat environment, you should make sure that you are washing you hands regularly. Every time you touch raw foods, you should use disinfecting hand soap and hot water to make sure that no bacteria remains on your hands. Making sure that your food is safe is one of the most important parts of healthy eating, so don’t overlook this step the next time you prepare a meal.

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5 Responses to Food borne Illnesses: Prevention for Healthy Eating

  1. heavenly sword says:

    Also,

    Why are some foods, such as milk, heated to high temperatures before they are bottled?

  2. Mackenzie P says:

    🙂
    Doing an essay about the virus.
    Please post some resources if you don’t mind. C:

  3. Mark M says:

    🙂
    Doing an essay about the virus.
    Please post some resources if you don’t mind. C:

  4. Squall Leonhart says:

    ok so, i need to boost my immune system and i read i needed to take zinc and iron, and a friend of mine has iron pills and said i could have them, but wanted to know for what, i said i was sick and i needed iron, and he asks sick from what? I KNOW whats wrong with me, but i dont want him to know, and i dont like keeping it from him, so i thought id make up somethin, i know pretty wierd, but any ideas?
    my lack of iron is due to excessive blood loss, i recently had a medical termination and am not recovering as quickly because of my lifestyle, i cant stop those things or people will be suspiscious and they cant know about my procedure, confusing and stupid i suppose, but i need somethin else to say other than oh im anemic and need iron. he knows somethings up.

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