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where are germs hiding in your kitchen? study finds surprising results

by:KingKonree     2020-05-09
Food poisoning is not a picnic for patients, but have we done our best to prevent our friends and family from getting sick?
A new report from NSF International, a non-profit scientific organization, recommends that prevention begin with keeping the kitchen clean.
Scientists analyzed the common surfaces and appliances in our kitchen and found a variety of bacteria, including the main causes of food poisoning.
L. E. Coli, salmonella and L.
American trend NewsS.
Drone\'s Microbiology and senior project manager Lisa Yakas told CBSNews that the Drone shot down 2019 NBA Draft rookie police and killed the women\'s World Cup \"they were all a little surprised \".
Her research found the oldest kitchen items.
One out of every six Americans every year. -
Or 48 million people. -
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, illness due to food poisoning resulted in 128,000 hospital stays and 3,000 deaths.
NSF international took the challenge of finding the oldest attractions in the kitchen as a follow-up
The largest number of bacteria in 2011 studies
Our family is everywhere.
The study found that sponges and rags were the oldest items, followed by kitchen sinks, toothbrush holders, pet bowls and coffee machines.
In this new study, the NSF recruited 20 volunteer families to wipe 14 common kitchen items: mixer, can opener, cutlery storage tray, food storage container pizza knife with rubber seal, spatula, filter and refrigerator ice maker, water dispenser and meat and vegetable compartment.
The NSF analysis is looking for four microorganisms associated with the disease of fooborne: E.
E. Coli, salmonella, yeast and mold, and L. Liszt.
According to the NSF, the presence of these items in the kitchen is considered a health risk, especially for those who are most susceptible to food poisoning diseases, including pregnant women, elderly people, and weakened immune systems
What the swab shows may stop you the next time you prepare for dinner.
5% of the test items contain E.
E. Coli including refrigerator meat box, rubber spatula, mixer washer, can opener and pizza cutter. E.
E. Coli can spread through contaminated food and water, causing complications such as diarrhea, urinary system infection, pneumonia, etc. that can damage blood cells and kidneys.
Salmonella was found in 25% of the test items, including refrigerators, spatula, mixers, washers, meat and vegetable compartments in refrigerator ice and water dispensers, and rubber seals on food storage containers.
Salmonella can lead to infection with salmonella, a disease that can cause diarrhea, fever, stomachache, or more serious complications in people including older people, very young and weakened immune systems.
Of all 14 items, yeast and mold were found on 100% of the items.
The six projects specifically address the level of the mold, including the refrigerator vegetable room, spatula, mixer washers, refrigerator ice and water dispenser, and rubber seals on food storage containers.
These contaminants can enter your food, speed up food deterioration, or cause allergic reactions in some people.
Of all the test items, including the refrigerator vegetable compartment and the refrigerator door seal, 10% of the items found Liszt.
Liszt can cause fever, muscle soreness and stomach symptoms.
On 2011, the outbreak of lyricin caused by Hami melon sickened 147 people in 28 states, killing 33 people and aborting one person.
There is no special order, the six \"germiest\" items in the kitchen are the refrigerator vegetable and meat compartment, mixer washer, can opener, rubber spatula and rubber-
Sealed food storage containers.
These items are in direct contact with food, especially raw products, meat and ready-to-eat food. to-
Eating can make friends and family sick.
That is why the NSF urges proper cleaning of all these kitchen supplies.
For example, Yacas pointed out that many people may not realize that they need to take the whole mixer apart and remove the gasket and rubber seal before cleaning.
Many bacteria were found there.
\"I think the biggest oversight of people is that they don\'t follow the manufacturer\'s instructions in terms of cleaning,\" says YACAS . \".
\"They just don\'t think these places are dirty.
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