Food Safety: The Raw Truth

Wheeler, Madelyn L.
March 2012
Diabetes Forecast;Mar2012, Vol. 65 Issue 3, p11
The author discusses the risk factors of eating raw foods particularly to diabetics. The author mentions the susceptibility of a person with diabetes for developing infections which can be brought by pathogens and disease-causing bacteria that cause foodborne illness. The author states that one can get foodborne illnesses by eating unwashed foods and eating raw foods.


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