Millions of people adhere to the so-called "ten-second rule", which says that the food can be eaten by touching the floor for only a few minutes.
The little ones have to pay special attention to hygiene
However, according to experts, this old-fashioned idea is false, and one-third of people are exposed to serious health risks by eating some "cold killer" food. Researchers are particularly concerned about the risk of harmful household diseases such as E-coli and salmonella. Because these bacteria adhere to the food in the blink of an eye, it is important to throw away the snacks, regardless of how long they contacted the floor. 38 meals is eaten and eaten on the floor of the living room while eating and eating. The survey also found that half of the respondents used only fresh air to clean their homes, and a quarter admitted that they only covered them when they smelled bad.Dr. Lisa Ackerley Hygiene experts have called attention to the fact that our exposure to household pathogens is a serious threat to E. coli and salmonella infections. According to Dr. Ackerley, the worst bacteria in our home are "killer kills" that can't be seen or smelled, but just a single bacterium can divide at a rate that can produce millions of bacteria. The dogs are mainly responsible for the microorganisms - including coliform bacteria, E. coli, Campylobacter and salmonella, and the lichen-fed from the open space between the four walls.Related materials:
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