People are doing wrong things because
of lack of knowledge
or some because of being ignorant of the healthy things. Many
people today are eating food without washing their hands and
that is common mistake. According to my perspective food safety
in the whole world it is not taken important or it is not defined
properly. The are many people who died from food borne diseases.
People tend to realize the dangers
of poor food handling.
Food borne disease are mostly mistaken with flu or colds.
We fail to realize that incorrect food handling is dangerous
and can be fatal. Washing your hands is a sample precaution
that should always be taken seriously. Our hands carry most
bacteria, which can be easily spread.
Water must be handle in good maner because is the only saucer of
life.Precisely the is no life without water. Unpurified water are dangerous
may cause a seriosly desease and some times may lead to fatal.
Gastro-enteritis, cholera, infective hepatitis, dysentery and typhoid are spread by food. Germs
are deposited when food is handle by infected people with traces of faeces on their hands, or when
food is washed in contaminated water, or when food is walked on by flies. Food must therefore be washed,
for example fruit, vegetables, etc. and should be kept covered. A person should wash his hands thoroughly
before working with food
Bacteria are pathogens that are responsible for food
borne diseases. Bacteria are all over the place, therefore
food contamination can easily occur. Bacteria are easily
transmitted from one person to the next, so personal hygiene
is very important.
Fungi grow in moist, shady places like on bread, inside bins
and they produce by means of spores that can be dispersed
by the wind and fall on other surfaces. Fungi on grains and
other food products form mycotoxins that are harmful for
Cholera is a bacterial disease that is caused by drinking
unpurified water from rivers, streams etc. This is a
common disease in rural areas where there is no
running water and proper toilet facilities. Despite this,
cholera can still be controlled and prevented.