Control of L. monocytogenes: Keeping the above mentioned concerns regarding food safety and public health as well as economic loss to meat industry, control of L. Monocytogenes is very critical. This can be done by various measures such as physical (heat treatment, pressure, irradiation), biological interventions and chemical antimicrobial agents (benzoate, lactate, di-acetate, sorbate, acetic acid, lactic acid etc). Irradiation: Oh et al. (2014) investigated the inhibitory effect of chlorine (50, 100, and 200 mg/kg) with and without UV radiation (300 mWs/cm2) for the growth of L. monocytogenes in chicken breast meat. The results showed that the combination of chlorine at 100 mg/kg and UV at 300 mWs/cm2 appears to an effective method into inhibit L. monocytogenes growth (0.4 log cfu/g) in broiler carcasses.
(Beta-carotene is a phytonutrient, but more on phytonutrients later.) VE- Powerful Anti-oxidant, protecting cell membranes. Copper Zinc Manganese All Anti-oxidant minerals, and help with anti-oxidant defences. A healthy diet rich in anti-oxidant vitamins and minerals, helps to stabilize free radicals, thus helping to prevent diseases like cancer. The very food (Processed Commercial Dog Food} your feeding your dog, the food vet clinics and dog food companies promote as being nutritious, is the very thing that is producing- Cancer, Heart Disease, Obesity, Bloat, Urinary Tract Disease, Kidney Disease, Dental problems, Digestive problems, Weak immune system Etc.in your dog overtime!
Introduction It has long been said, even in biblical references (Luke 16:19-31) that dogs have somewhat of ‘special powers’ with regards to their healing abilities. (Patching, 2008) In some areas of the world dog saliva would be used as an antibacterial because it contains some similar properties to that of disinfectants, which would theoretically be able to kill harmful bacteria in wounds and aid in the process of the healing. If a dog has an open wound, the dog is likely to lick the wound in order to ensure that their saliva has direct contact with the open sore to prevent growth of bacteria that could lead to infection. Can the same be done to bacteria infecting human wounds, by use of the dog saliva? If it would be possible to use a substance
Meat causes heart disease, diabetes and cancer Excessive consumption of meat makes you suffer from severe diabetes and in addition, blood pressure. Ensure that you take meat at least in small quantities and make sure that it is fully cooked. Partially cooked meat has the ability to cause arthritis as well as heart disease. Avoid roasted meat which has the capability of exposing you to more health risks since it is not properly cooked. Stick to a vegan diet till your immunity gets good to be exposed to animal products.
FOODS THAT AFFECT THE BLOOD VESSELS Blood vessels is important as it is a tissue connected to every organ of the body. There are some food that affects the blood vessels. Vegetables and fruit juices where the dietary rules to consume and potatoes in separate categories, as there are some foods which are high on fat that are guided to avoid or lower their consumption, such as, French fries. The fat products if it is consumed, then it will result to affect the blood vessels. The research had found that the greater intake of sodium which is the chemical present in salt will lead to the greater uric acid and albumin levels - are the greatest damage to thye blood vessels of our body.
Of course by taking away all these items, one might be thinking “Well that’s pretty much everything in their food. What will they eat then?” And that’s exactly right, these foods are in far to many dog foods. The good news is, after eliminating these common allergens from the dog’s food, they should begin showing signs of improvement, but they’ve got to eat of course! This is why it is suggested to add foods such as fruits and vegetables, lean meats like chicken, beef, or buffalo. A good sources of slow digesting carbohydrates like sweet potatoes and non-hydrogenated oils, such as olive, coconut, or grape seed oils, in order for the dog to receive their essential fatty acids.
Selenium when included in the feed was beneficial for carcass and sensory characteristics (Liu et al., 1995). The alternative sources of selenium have prompted many researches to determine which form of selenium supplementation for dietary purposes would be the most efficient in the nutrition of farm animal. The importance of Se is mainly related with its role as an essential part of the glutathione peroxidases (GSH-Px) which supply a defence against oxidative stress by catalyzing the reduction of organic hydroperoxides that react with the selenol group of selenocysteine (Hardy and Hardy, 2004). Consequently an adequate intake of Se is needed to decrease the danger of cardiovascular disease, immunodeficiency, cancer, myopathy and other selenium deficiency syndromes (Hartikainen, 2005). In ruminant, and particularly in lambs, selenium deficiency has been associated to a number of diseases, which include inhibition of immunity and white muscle disease (Rock et al.,
The good bacteria contained in tape ketan can suppress pathogenic bacteria in the intestine causing diarrhea, lowering serum cholesterol and lowering the risk of coronary heart. (17) Of course there are many other fermented foods that could potentially prevent the spread of avian influenza. Some of them are Japanese miso soup, kombucha tea, pickles and controversial poi from Hawaii. (19) Some fermented foods mentioned above may be less well known to the world. Growol, gatot, dadih, tempoyak and tape ketan is a traditional food that we can meet in
They should avoid consuming coffee, spicy foods and legumes. They should also be careful to stay well hydrated, because dehydration is a common problem for people with this blood type. • Blood type B – the best types of food for this blood type are grains, dairy products, tea, mutton, vegetables and fish. However, they must avoid foods full of preservatives and alcohol. • Blood type O – fasting, meat, vegetables and fish are recommended to individuals with blood type O. however, these people must avoid over eating, processed foods and dairy products.
It can also be passed from person to another person through improper hygiene. In the case of beef, E.coli bacteria from the intestine of the cattle can bontaminate the meat during slaughter. With steaks, when the contaminated meat is ground up for making burgers and the E.coli bacteria are distributed throughout the meat and if it isn’t cooked all the way through good preparation, it can cause
If your dog has a green poop, consult your veterinarian to be safe. Orange Dog poop: This could indicate a liver problem or biliary disease, or it could simply imply that your dog 's food is moving too fast through the GI tract to pick up the bile. Bile is what changes the poop to a normal brown color we anticipate. If your dog has orange diarrhea, contact your veterinarian. Yellow Dog poop: This generally shows a food intolerance, particularly if you have recently changed your dog 's diet.
Some of the most common causes of food poisoning are related to raw or undercooked meat. This includes meats and chicken, fish and other seafood, and even luncheon meats that are not properly refrigerated. Unpasteurized dairy products such as milk, cheese, and dairy drinks are also common culprits. Surprisingly, even foods which are supposed to be quite healthy can lead to sickness if not properly prepped. For example, fresh vegetables and salad greens need to be washed prior to being consumed, and sprouts should be cooked prior to being
Omega-6 fats are very high in corn oil, safflower oil and sunflower oil. Trans fats are linked with inflammatory diseases (4). Meat: Eat and Enjoy: In general, limit animal proteins because they tend to acidify the body and also promote inflammation. When selecting animal protein, enjoy fish, poultry (especially free-range and organically raised), lamb and omega-3