Если вы не хотите отравиться летом, вам необходимо не злоупотреблять продуктами или вовсе исключить их из своего рациона/
Мясо и рыба. Высокая температура способствует быстрому размножению бактерий в этих продуктах. В частности, стоит отказаться от свинины, ведь она наиболее подвержена этому.
Молочные продукты. Этот тип продукции требует хранения только в холодильнике. Не хотите получить пищевое отравление - отправляйте молоко и другую продукцию в холодильник сразу после того, как придете домой из магазина.
Готовая продукция. Салатики и прочие вкусности, которые продаются в супермаркетах, тоже могут угрожать здоровью летом. Во-первых, вы не можете быть уверены в том, что их хранят в надлежащих условиях и температурном режиме. Во-вторых, вы не можете знать свежая ли эта продукция.
Выпечка. В основном речь идет о тортах с кремами, ведь большинство из них делаются на основе масла или сливок. Поэтому в такой продукции необходимо проверять срок употребления и условия хранения.
Соки и фрукты. Если упаковка повредилась, соки могут начать бродить и портиться. Также не стоит покупать и употреблять фрукты, которые немного подгнили. Конечно же, можно отрезать кусок, который сгнил, но это не спасет от образования бактерий, которые уже могут распространяться по целому плоду.
Ранее писали, чем в летний период может быть опасен квас.
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