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Food handling

Food handling

When handling food, always observe proper food hygiene, otherwise, you’re at serious health risk with foods that aren’t handled and prepared properly, and stored safely. Food that isn’t handled properly and cleanly can cause diarrhoea which is a watery regular bowel movement. It can be an infection, or food poisoning that often occurs after eating food that wasn’t properly prepared, safely stored, and from handling food with dirty hands, and dirty utensils.

Should you have diarrhoea, go easy on the butter, margarine, honey, jam, or syrup. Avoid sauces that are spicy, oily, milk-based dairy products, milk, cream, cheese, ice cream, sour cream and creamy foods, fast food, fatty meats, foods with too much gravy, greasy foods, fried foods, diet soda, alcohol, caffeine, carbonated beverages.

  • Always make sure the food, fruits and vegetables that you’re going to eat has been thoroughly washed, and properly prepared.
  • Thoroughly wash your hands before preparing or eating any food.
  • Thoroughly wash all raw fruits and vegetables.
  • Properly clean surfaces and utensils that will be used for food preparation with hot water, soap, and detergent before and after use.
  • Cook all foods until it reaches an internal temperature of approx: 160 F/71 C, or cook to the temperature stated on the package.
  • Refrigerate or freeze leftover food immediately when cool.

Food handling

When handling food, always observe proper food hygiene, otherwise, you’re at serious health risk with foods that aren’t handled and prepared properly, and stored safely. Food that isn’t handled properly and cleanly can cause diarrhoea which is a watery regular bowel movement. It can be an infection, or food poisoning that often occurs after eating food that wasn’t properly prepared, safely stored, and from handling food with dirty hands, and dirty utensils.

Should you have diarrhoea, go easy on the butter, margarine, honey, jam, or syrup. Avoid sauces that are spicy, oily, milk-based dairy products, milk, cream, cheese, ice cream, sour cream and creamy foods, fast food, fatty meats, foods with too much gravy, greasy foods, fried foods, diet soda, alcohol, caffeine, carbonated beverages.

  • Always make sure the food, fruits and vegetables that you’re going to eat has been thoroughly washed, and properly prepared.
  • Thoroughly wash your hands before preparing or eating any food.
  • Thoroughly wash all raw fruits and vegetables.
  • Properly clean surfaces and utensils that will be used for food preparation with hot water, soap, and detergent before and after use.
  • Cook all foods until it reaches an internal temperature of approx: 160 F/71 C, or cook to the temperature stated on the package.
  • Refrigerate or freeze leftover food immediately when cool.

How to Deal with Problems

Seem we all have some kind of problems and if we don’t, we’ll have some because we aren’t immune to them. Problems seem to be a part of life, and living come with some problems. Each person, no matter who they are, they have problems.

Although some problems are challenging, and some can appear larger, daunting and overwhelming, we have the ability to overcome any problem whenever we face up to them and deal with them. They’ll then become less daunting, because they can solve, ways will be shown how to solve them. Don’t get agitated, or worry and allow problems to confuse you.

There must be a cause for that problem, face up to them. Find what’s the cause, then think about what can be done to solve any problem in the best way.  There is different ways to solve problems, and to find ways out of them. Deal with each problem appropriately and properly, possibly immediately. Don’t allow problems to linger on and become larger, they’ll get out of control to overwhelm you.

Don’t bury problems and believe it will simply go away, they often multiply when they haven’t been dealt with appropriately.

Be aware that the majority of problems is, either caused by you, or someone else. They have to be solved by you, or someone else. Don’t keep problems wrapped up, speak to someone about your problems. If people don’t know what you’re going through, or that you’re in the problem, they don’t know, and won’t know. You’ll be surprised to find the people you’re dealing with, may have had similar problems.

People can be sympathetic and understanding. Furthermore, many people are willing to assist. If, it’s to make a telephone call to rectify something, make that call. If, it’s to write a letter, or to see someone do it, confront that problem. Once you’ve tackled that problem and it’s out-of-the-way, you’ll able to see a clearer way. kb’s