Last updated 2 years ago
Hand washing is an effective way to avoid contracting germs and bacteria. Thoroughly washing hands before preparing meals and after can help prevent food borne illnesses. Hand washing after playing outside, using the restroom, and sneezing may not only prevent you from getting the disease but it is effective in preventing the spread of disease to others.
Handy Chart for common Allergies. Two things that are contributing to the explosion of allergies are glyphosate because it causes holes in the intestines allowing food particles to enter the bloodstream causing an immune reaction and vaccines causing the same immune reaction to some of it's ingredients like eggs and peanuts that are injected into the bloodstream.
Bending the rules on bacteria (New York Times)
Boiling kills active bacteria, but a number of survivalist species of bacteria are able to form inactive seedlike spores that can survive boiling temperatures. After food is cooked & its temperature drops below 130°, these spores germinate & begin to grow, multiply, & produce toxins. Some of these toxins are heat-stable -- even boiling will not destroy them. Excellent article by Harold McGee in New York Times. #food_safety