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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

 

 

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