Good Nutrition begins with Food Safety
Food is required to meet certain safety requirements while in the grocery store, but once it leaves the store the responsibility to keep it safe is up to you!
Food-borne illness is more common that you think. It is commonly mistaken for other health problems. Symptoms may vary from fatigue, fever, chills, upset stomach, diarrhea, cramps or headaches. Pregnant women and young children are at higher risk of food-borne illness.
To avoid foodborne illness, follow this advice:
Some information for this article obtained from www.fightbac.org and The Complete Food and Nutrition Guide by Roberta Duyff.
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