How do you get rid off the nasty, food-stealing bacteria that is causing you to feel sick?
Well, you can do that by cooking, washing and eating your food, experts have said.
The good news is that there are many ways to cook, wash and eat food.
Here’s how: Wash hands well before using, and rinse them after every use.
Wash hands thoroughly with soap and water after you eat, and keep them in a warm, dry place.
If you can, wash your hands before eating and after using a dishwasher or a sink.
If your dishwasher is not equipped with a detergent-free rinse cycle, you might need to wash your dishes with hot water and a little bit of bleach.
Wash your hands well after using too, and not with soap, but with hot soapy water and plenty of bleach in the same bowl.
Never put soap on your hands.
The soap-and-water rinse method can be very effective at killing most of the bacteria, but it does have some downsides.
You will need to use a washcloth to wipe your hands thoroughly, as soap is toxic and can irritate your skin.
Use a dish soap that is not antibacterial.
If soap does not kill most of your bacteria, a detergents that contain lactic acid will be a better choice.
Use gloves, as lactic acids are highly irritating to your hands and skin.
You may need to clean your hands with soap after using.
To wash your hand, you will need soap and warm water.
Do not use soap on the outside of your hands, as that can be anaerobic and can lead to bacteria growth.
Use soap in a small amount on the inside of your hand.
Wash it well and use it only after the soap is dry.
Do NOT use soap in hot water.
This can be extremely irritating to the skin, so you should use cold water and soap on it.
Use mild soap to clean the inside and the outside.
Wash the hands thoroughly after washing.
Use bleach or lye on your fingertips to kill the germs.
Bleach kills most of them, and lye kills the most bacteria.
Clean your hands using a damp cloth to remove the gerfs.
Wash with cold water, and then rinse thoroughly with cold tap water.
If a dishwashing detergent is not on the market, you may want to purchase one, such as Pure Clean.
You can also buy food-safe detergent, such the dishwashing and dishwashing liquid.
Do the washing after washing is done, so it does not leave residue on your skin, and you are sure to be able to wash all the food-bearing germs out of your body.
If the bacteria is not killing your foodborne illness, wash again.
The only way to get food-laden germs to go away is to cook or wash your food properly, said Dr. Amit Gupta, head of preventive medicine at the Tata Memorial Hospital.
“If you cook or cook your food thoroughly, it will kill all the gerMS in your food,” he said.
“But if you don’t wash properly and cook or bathe your food in water, you are at a high risk of becoming sick.”