• Follow Us: 

Food Borne Diseases: How Travellers Can Prevent Food Borne Diseases

  By posted Aug 1st 2012
Healthy Living

Tips for a healthy traveller in not-so-healthy settings:

  • Check the surrounding of the restaurant or the stall.
  • If the food uses uncooked eggs or milk and it has been left out for a long duration, it would be wise not to consume it. These ingredients needs proper refrigeration and should not be kept at room temperature.
  • Drink plenty of water
  • If you are not content with the hygiene, opt for packaged ingredients and juices.
  • Eat food that is properly cooked
  • Opt for fruits like banana that is covered with a thick skin that can be peeled.
  • Opt for dairy that has been pasteurized

 

 

Spotlight

Exclusive: Inside Scoop on Hollywood Celebs' Fitness Secrets

Hollywood celebrity trainer Ramona Braganza lets us in on some of her A-List client's...

 Read More»

 

Skin Care

Beauty Benefits of Indian Gooseberry (Amla)

Available only in winter, Indian gooseberries, or amla as they are known in Hindi, have...

 Read More»

 

HealthMeUpgrade

If You Moust-Ache, We’ll Tell You How To Groom It

You probably started growing a moustache this month with the vague intention of...

 Read More»

 

In Focus

Hacks & Tips

 

Editor's Pick

Most Popular

Across The Net

Array

ShilpsNutriLife Nov 26th 2014