These 5 mistakes will make you ingest germs and worm's larvae (eggs) along with food

human body showing ingested germs


You must be wondering what is spoiling your abdomen’s satisfaction–a few minutes after your meals, you might think it is an infection or a food allergy-if you're eating the food for the first time. Likewise, You should know several aspects that can affect your nutrition in daily life.

Besides, the horrible bloating, or other gastrointestinal infections like stomach ulcers, or diverticulosis–the negligence of sanitation, disheartens the gastrointestinal system which receives the food one ingests. Likewise, poor sanitation, particularly hand hygiene introduces germs to one’s stomach–which are associated with stomach discomfort then, the germs cause other illnesses–that can be viewed as chronic diseases when they are not dealt with–earlier in a person’s life.

Furthermore, it’s useful when an individual’s nutrition guide is wrapped together with some connected topics such as food hygiene remedies.

Thereon, the topic of bypassing our hygiene when preparing food, serving, or having meals–comes in here because poor sanitation will definitely force one to ingest germs or dangerous worms—if we carelessly handle food, at most dirty, or unclean utensils.

Therefore, besides the germs one can get, these worms one is likely to contract at most are the Ascaris, lungworms, and Tapeworms.

 

The worm infestation will hunt our health in various ways, including causing server sicknesses. The worms can cause weight loss to the host, hence impairing their nutritional significance. Allergies can subsist due to reactions from the worms, and uncontrolled electric disturbance in the brain.

 

Ingestion of germs causes food to be poisoned. The most common germs responsible are salmonella and Escherichia coli.

 

These Five mistakes can make one ingest germs and worms.

Here is one of the hygiene mistakes that will make one ingest germs, or worms;

1. Handling ready-to-eat foods with dirty hands

touching ready-to-eat foods with uncleaned hands cross-contaminates food. Cross-contamination brings dirt and germs from a person's nails and dirty palms to the food. The chances of the consumer ingesting germs are high.

This usually happens to young kids' The kids are the ones likely to abandon cleaning their hands. The unclean hands at most contain these germs or worm eggs.

3. Use of unwashed utensils to prepare food

Unwashed pots, knives, and plates left around for some hours from the time the meals were had, typically become invaded by microorganisms which are acting on the food remains, or leavings. Reusing the utensils poisons the clean foodstuffs.

4. Consuming uncovered leftovers– no not stored (well-uncovered food)

 One's food is at risk of being infested by flies. The flies cross-infect the food by spreading pathogens which are germs, or worm larvae to food.

 

Food poisoning is likely to attack someone if they consume uncovered food, which has been infested by germs brought by flies.

 

Some foods like dairy products, if not stored well, are likely to get spoiled easily. These foods are considered high risk since they support microorganisms' growth. Drinking spoiled milk or eating spoiled food increases the chances of introducing organisms causing food poisoning into your GIT.

5. Serving Improperly cooked food

Undercooked food like meat or dairy products can contain salmonella or Listeria. Serving yourself this undercooked food will put you at risk of contracting food poisoning or food-borne illnesses.

 

Practices to reduce the germs causing food Poisoning

 

Store well the high-risk food

 

Store high-risk foods like dairy products or fruits in low temperatures. Keep them in conditions that don't support microbial growth.

 

Don't undercook food

 

Properly cook food at appropriate temperatures. Cooking at the right temperatures ensures that the microorganisms and worms present, get destroyed.

Cover the leftovers:

 

Cover the leftovers to keep away or prevent flies from invading the food. When flies land on food, they cross-infect food. The flies add germs to food when they land on uncovered foods.

 

Usually Clean, or use clean utensils to prepare food

 

Clean your knives, plates, and pots before using them again in cutting, cooking, or preparing food in other ways. Washing utensils with appropriate washing agents eradicate germs or removes food remains that are likely to support microorganisms' growth.

 

Handle ready-to-eat foods with clean hands

Be careful when handling ready-to-eat foods. Making your hands safe by cleaning eradicates any germs or worm eggs you encountered while in the toilets or touching pets or gadgets likely to transmit germs. Apply the same before having meals. Wash your hands before having meals.


Edward K.E

Nutrition fit the health of all

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