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Thursday, July 12, 2018

A Piece Of Dish towel may lead to Food Poison | Interlinkzone |

 A survey has been conducted on Kitchen Towel that is being used in our day-to-day life. Experts have investigated and found some results that may lead to food poisoning. 

A Piece Of Dish towel may lead to Food Poison | Interlinkzone |

The University of Mauritius scientists has conducted a one month test over 110 pieces of towels which we repeatedly using. Scientists have found that bacteria have grown on 50 towels, whereas more than a third examining positive for coliforms, the species of a group which member of E Coli.

The results have brought into light that E coli is more likely to develop on kitchen towels that may due to (something) slightly wet, whereas coliforms and S aureus bacteria has been detected that it may be in a sufficiently great in households diets along with non-vegetarian.

A Piece Of Dish towel may lead to Food Poison | Interlinkzone |

As a result, the higher families and the lower socio-economic background may have a larger number of bacteria found on such as tea towels and kitchen towels. 

Dr. Shsheela Biranjia-Hurdoyal, of the University o Mauritius, states that "In our study/examination on objects found that the family composition and an especially by being clean like Hygienic practices may lead to affect the kitchen towels. We have also found that the way of use, diet and slightly wet like a moist type of kitchen towel may lead a very high amount developing of the virus which relates to food poisoning"

The scientists have concluded that E coil is being on various towels are likely the solid waste passed out of the body of a human or animal through the bowels: The disease is spread by the contamination of food and water by feces. 

Suggested to be used like unhygienic objects/thing can be used against towels. In an overall test conducted there such results like 40% of towels are used in the examination that has been grown coliforms positive for Enterococcus is a large genus of lactic acid bacteria and 15% of S. aureus has been developed on towels. Due to this scientists suggests to opt for an alternative method like utilization of use and throw paper towel for kitchen and these are a more likely Hygienic way.

Scientific facts to know

E coli:  A bacterium commonly seen in the intestines of human beings and other animals, some strains of which can be results in severe food poisoning.

Coliform: A bacteria is stated as a rod-shaped Gram-negative non-spore which developing and motile or non-motile bacteria which can ferment lactose with the production of acid and gas when incubated at 35–37°C. They are commonly known as an indicator of the sanitary quality of foods and water.

Staphylococcus aureus (S. aureus): Is a gram-positive bacterium that can be seen on the skin and in the nasal passages of about a quarter of human beings. It is a facultative anaerobe, meaning it can results in energy (and thus can survive) either in the absence or presence of oxygen.

Pathogen: A track that constitutes are various section duration frames, but soil contamination has a huge or most continuing potential for harboring a pathogen. Diseases infection by organisms in humans are called pathogenic diseases.

Feces: The solid unuse process will be out of the body of a human being or an animal through the bowels, the disease is contaminated by the contamination of food and health and water by feces.

Enterococcus: A large number of a genus of lactic acid bacteria of the phylum Firmicutes (a cell wall). Enterococci (cell wall) are Gram-positive cocci that regularly occur naturally in the intestine in pairs (diplococci) or small chains and are difficult to differentiate from streptococci on physical characteristics alone.

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