Listeria: fruits and vegetables and dairy products
Listeria can contaminate fresh produce such as cantaloupe, tomatoes, and some dairy products. Symptoms of infection include fever, muscle aches, stomach upset or diarrhea. Symptoms usually appear after 2 days of consumption.
Safety Tip: Because Listeria can survive in low temperature environments, the cleaning of refrigerators in the home is very important. Also, check the label when purchasing cheese or yogurt to make sure it is clearly labeled as “pasteurized”.
Salmonella: poultry and eggs
Salmonella can smear any food, and eggs are more likely to be infected with Salmonella when exposed to animal waste. So even fresh eggs may contain salmonella. Symptoms include stomach cramps, fever and diarrhea. Symptoms usually appear after 12 to 72 hours of consumption, and the condition usually lasts 4 to 7 days.
Safety coup: Because Salmonella is easy to survive in a humid and warm environment. Take care not to eat raw or uncooked eggs. After handling eggs, duck meat and other foods, wash your hands, clean the cutting boards and countertops.
E. coli: ground beef
E. coli can adhere to beef during slaughter. Therefore, ground beef is very dangerous. When the meat is crushed, the bacteria can spread quickly. After the human body is infected with E. coli, symptoms such as severe abdominal cramps, diarrhea and vomiting may occur. After eating foods that are infected with E. coli, you will get sick within a few days.
Safety coup: Don’t buy minced meat, but choose a whole piece of meat. When cooking burdock and other foods, be careful to wash your hands and clean the kitchen utensils.
Botox: canned food
Canned foods, as well as cured meats and salted fish, are particularly dangerous. It is worth mentioning that the baby is at the highest risk of contracting Botox. Symptoms include convulsions, vomiting, difficulty breathing, difficulty swallowing, and muscle weakness.
Safety coup: If you find that the canned food in your home has a swelling tank or a tank leak. Or buy a pickled food that smells bad, please throw it away quickly.
Staphylococcus aureus: sandwiches and salads
Sandwiches, salads, butter cakes and puddings are the most likely to contain Staphylococcus aureus in food. Symptoms usually appear within 30 minutes, including vomiting, cramps, and diarrhea.
Safety Tips: Wash your hands thoroughly before handling food. If you have a wound on your finger or wrist, it is best not to deal with it.
Vibrio vulnificus: oysters
Vibrio vulnificus is a bacterium that inhabits the ocean. Can contaminate many bells, especially oysters. Such Vibrio infections can spread rapidly and cause severe myositis and sarcolemma.
Safety trick: Never eat uncooked oysters. Unfresh oysters that have been opened before cooking are also thrown away.