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Utter nonsense. Many common recipes combine bananas and eggs. People eat bananas with eggs all the time without harm. I've had some of these myself and they're tasty. Banana pancakes Banana bread Fruity egg muffins Banana Licuado


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I read that the combination of bananas and eggs is poisonous. Can you please give the exact links? Google does auto-suggest a link but as Carey has also mentioned, it doesn't make any sense. It is highly unlikely that a fruit (banana which is rich in Potassium, Vitamins C & B6, Fibre and fats) and egg( rich in Fats, protein, and cholesterol) would mix ...


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You actually need to ask this question? If rats are falling on your food in the restaurant then they're running amuck in the kitchen eating and crapping on your food. So the answer is: Find the manager Demand a refund Leave Report it to the health department


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In your large intestine, some pathogenic bacteria, like E. coli, can be present as part of "normal intestinal flora" without causing any problems, because other (mostly nonpathogenic) microbes limit its growth. When you do not wash your hands after having a bowel movement, some E. coli bacteria can be present in the stool on your hands, so you can transfer ...


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[I] was wondering if I were to go to the GP now is there any way they could tell that I was sick these last couple of days through some kind of blood test or something? "Food poisoning" covers a vast number of illnesses, and whether it is detectable after your recovery depends on what type of illness caused it. For example, if your gastroenteritis was ...


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What you have on your basil is a strain of Fusarium oxysporum, obviously a strain pathogenic to plants. Apparently, other strains of F. oxysporum can cause onychomycosis (nail infections) and keratomycosis (corneal infections). And if you have a very low neutrophils count, it can cause aggressive infections throughout the entire body and bloodstream. ...


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cancer.gov Heterocyclic amines (HCAs) and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) are chemicals formed when muscle meat, including beef, pork, fish, or poultry, is cooked using high-temperature methods, such as pan frying or grilling directly over an open flame These chemicals are found to be mutagenic and may increase the risk of cancer. From ...


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Well this is a guess because there is no published data that I am aware of in the english literature to be able to answer the question. A small percentage of people who have presented with covid-19 pneumonia have also had diarrhoea, it is thought that the faecal-oral route is also an important mode of transmission. If the person develops a respiratory ...


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This inability to mix durian with alcohol has the status of a food myth. To quote the dietetic department at Changi Hospital Eating durian and drinking beer at the same time may kill you There is no scientific evidence to show that this is a lethal combination. It is more likely to cause bloating, indigestion and discomfort as your liver has to ...


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You can find directions for pasteurizing goat milk many places online, and that should render it safe from pathogens. However, it will do nothing to protect you from heavy metals, pesticides, and other toxins that goat might be ingesting. Considering that it's eating from garbage piles, I would consider it very likely the milk contains at least some toxins. ...


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This could be many, many different things, common causes include neck problems, migraines can be brought on by stress and/or trigger foods, dehydration and skipped meals, anxiety about receiving food brought by others could also be a big trigger. High blood pressure can also cause regular headaches, and it can be a side-effect of medications and caused bby ...


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You didn't say what type of syrup, so I'll assume a typical syrup like maple. According to stilltasty.com, it's good for one year if refrigerated and indefinitely if frozen. Stilltasty uses government food safety guidelines as its criteria, so it tends to be very conservative. I have a bottle of maple syrup that was opened over a year ago and I intend to ...


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If you are unsure of the quality of the water supply, it is advised to not rewash the produce, as this risks re-contaminating the produce. With chemical disinfectants, the important bit is to get the balance of chemical to water - the dilution - correct. At a certain point, the chemical becomes harmless for human consumption. Source: Inspectapedia Watch ...


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New York State Yes, I know that you don't live in New York State. This is however the most useful and explanatory document that I have found on this matter and therefore linked it as further information. Mercury Levels Tests are performed either with urine or with blood in the New York State. The most commonly accepted methods of assessing mercury ...


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This is only a theoretical answer, I can't give a medical advice here. The symptoms, as described by the OP, are possibly from viral or bacterial food poisoning. In mild cases, the symptoms can go away on its own within a week. If not, a visit to a doctor is recommended. Diarrhea can quickly lead to dehydration (symptoms: fatigue, dry mouth, less frequent ...


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According to Dr. Sera Young of Cornell University, the most likely of the theories is that eating mud protects the body from pathogens, parasites, and plant toxins. It's suspected to be due to the clay's ability to bind things — perhaps the clay is binding the toxins before they can make you sick. This theory would explain why children and pregnant women are ...


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It is perfectly safe to cook food right from the refrigerator. In fact, that's the safest approach to avoid having your food spend excess time in the "Danger Zone": Leaving food out too long at room temperature can cause bacteria (such as Staphylococcus aureus, Salmonella Enteritidis, Escherichia coli O157:H7, and Campylobacter) to grow to dangerous ...


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Mercury is stacking up. But the amount of mercury in fish differs not only by fish type, but also by fishing region. (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mercury_in_fish#Levels_of_contamination) In most regions and with 'typical' amount of fish eaten, people do not eat enough fish to get dangerous mercury levels. -> https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mercury_in_fish#...


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As long as you haven't used any pesticides or other chemicals on the plant, they are safe to eat. For the record, so are many species of grass. However, it probably doesn't have much in the way of nutritional value, and I know for a fact that it doesn't taste very good (personal experience on wondering if it would make a good tooth pick). The stem (...


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The only consequence is that meat from older animals is generally tougher. (1) To compensate, cooks usually use meat from older animals in soups, stews and other dishes that require long, slow cooking in liquid (braising). Braising breaks down connective tissue and tenderizes the meat. For example, older chickens are often referred to as stewing hens while ...


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