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Facts About Fast Food

In this day and age, convenience has become our friend. With busy lives and careers that take up a good chunk of our days, fast food restaurants are seen as an easy way to get dinner on the table.

Most people work at least 8 hours a day and then there's the commute home; who wants to cook dinner after all that? It's very tempting to just stop and pick something up; a readymade meal to just set on the table and dig in. However, it may be fast and easy, but it's not always good for you. Here I will explain some of the facts about those easy, fast food dinners you bring home to your family.

Let's first discuss McDonald's: a value menu hamburger with fries has approximately 60 grams of fat; not to mention the 1,100 of calories. Add in what you drink with it you've consumed over half of what your daily calorie allowance is in just one meal, if your diet calls for two thousand calories a day.

Another favorite fast food restaurant is KFC. A lot of people think because it is chicken, it is healthy for you. But there are 21 grams of fat and over 300 calories in one chicken breast cooked in the original recipe. Most people will not eat just one piece of chicken, so you can do the math; that's a lot of calories and fat, not to mention the side orders that go along with it. Does not look so healthy after all, does it?

Pick up the phone, order a pizza from Pizza Hut and have them deliver a large pepperoni pan pizza to your door, along with 14 grams of fat and 270 calories a slice. It's easy and tastes so good, but not a healthy choice.

Like most people, you will likely eat at least two pieces of pizza which will then total 28 grams of fat and over 500 calories, and that's just for one topping. Add extra cheese and the total fat content increases dramatically. If this is going to be your mode of easy and fast dinners, be prepared to buy new clothes a size or two larger.

If you are thinking that Subway is a healthy choice, you might want to think again. Most regular item subs (excluding those on the low cal / low fat menu) can add up to 500 calories and 18 grams of fat per six inch sandwich. Sure, Jarred lost weight on this plan, but he chose healthy choices from the specialty menu. The regular menu items are still very high in calories and fat content.

It's best to steer clear of fast food eateries, but if you're forced to go to one for convenience, try to scout out the menu ahead of time on the Internet to find out what menu options they have that will not blow your diet plan for the entire day.

Frozen Pet Food Market 2019 By WellPet, Stella& Chewy, K9 Naturals, Vital Essentials Raw, Bravo – Market Reports

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Frozen Pet Food Market Insights 2019, Global and Chinese Scenario is a professional and in-depth study on the current state of the global Frozen Pet Food industry with a focus on the Chinese market. The report provides key statistics on the market status of the Frozen Pet Food manufacturers and is a valuable source of guidance and direction for companies and individuals interested in the industry.Overall, the report provides an in-depth insight of 2014-2024 global and Chinese Frozen Pet Food market covering all important parameters.

The key ponits of the report:
1.The report provides a basic overview of the industry including its definition, applications and manufacturing technology.
2.The report explores the international and Chinese major industry players in detail. In this part, the report presents the company profile, product specifications, capacity, production value, and 2014-2019 market shares for each company.
3.Through the statistical analysis, the report depicts the global and Chinese total market of Frozen Pet Food industry including capacity, production, production value, cost/profit, supply/demand and Chinese import/export.
4.The total market is further divided by company, by country, and by application/type for the competitive landscape analysis.
5.The report then estimates 2019-2024 market development trends of Frozen Pet Food industry. Analysis of upstream raw materials, downstream demand, and current market dynamics is also carried out.
6.The report makes some important proposals for a new project of Frozen Pet Food Industry before evaluating its feasibility.

There are 3 key segments covered in this report: competitor segment, product type segment, end use/application segment.

For competitor segment, the report includes global key players of Frozen Pet Food as well as some small players. At least 13 companies are included:
* WellPet
* Stella& Chewy
* K9 Naturals
* Vital Essentials Raw
* Bravo
* Natureâ??s Variety
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The information for each competitor includes:
* Company Profile
* Main Business Information
* SWOT Analysis
* Sales, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin
* Market Share

For product type segment, this report listed main product type of Frozen Pet Food market in gloabal and china.
* Beef
* Chicken
* Duck
* Fish
* Others

For end use/application segment, this report focuses on the status and outlook for key applications. End users sre also listed.
* Adult Pet
* Senior Pet
* Junior Pet

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* Competitive landscape involving the market share of major players, along with the new projects and strategies adopted by players in the past five years
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Chapter One: Introduction of Frozen Pet Food Industry
1.1 Brief Introduction of Frozen Pet Food
1.2 Development of Frozen Pet Food Industry
1.3 Status of Frozen Pet Food Industry

Chapter Two: Manufacturing Technology of Frozen Pet Food
2.1 Development of Frozen Pet Food Manufacturing Technology
2.2 Analysis of Frozen Pet Food Manufacturing Technology
2.3 Trends of Frozen Pet Food Manufacturing Technology

Chapter Three: Analysis of Global Key Manufacturers
3.1 WellPet
3.1.1 Company Profile
3.1.2 Product Information
3.1.3 2014-2019 Production Information
3.1.4 Contact Information
3.2 Stella& Chewy
3.2.1 Company Profile
3.2.2 Product Information
3.2.3 2014-2019 Production Information
3.2.4 Contact Information
3.3 K9 Naturals
3.2.1 Company Profile
3.3.2 Product Information
3.3.3 2014-2019 Production Information
3.3.4 Contact Information
3.4 Vital Essentials Raw
3.4.1 Company Profile
3.4.2 Product Information
3.4.3 2014-2019 Production Information
3.4.4 Contact Information
3.5 Bravo
3.5.1 Company Profile
3.5.2 Product Information
3.5.3 2014-2019 Production Information
3.5.4 Contact Information
3.6 Natureâ??s Variety
3.6.1 Company Profile
3.6.2 Product Information
3.5.3 2014-2019 Production Information
3.6.4 Contact Information
3.7 Steveâ??s Real Food
3.7.1 Company Profile
3.7.2 Product Information
3.7.3 2014-2019 Production Information
3.7.4 Contact Information
3.8 Company H
3.8.1 Company Profile
3.8.2 Product Information
3.8.3 2014-2019 Production Information
3.8.4 Contact Information
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Chapter Four: 2014-2019 Global and Chinese Market of Frozen Pet Food
4.1 2014-2019 Global Capacity, Production and Production Value of Frozen Pet Food Industry
4.2 2014-2019 Global Cost and Profit of Frozen Pet Food Industry
4.3 Market Comparison of Global and Chinese Frozen Pet Food Industry
4.4 2014-2019 Global and Chinese Supply and Consumption of Frozen Pet Food
4.5 2014-2019 Chinese Import and Export of Frozen Pet Food

Chapter Five: Market Status of Frozen Pet Food Industry
5.1 Market Competition of Frozen Pet Food Industry by Company
5.2 Market Competition of Frozen Pet Food Industry by Country (USA, EU, Japan, Chinese etc.)
5.3 Market Analysis of Frozen Pet Food Consumption by Application/Type

Chapter Six: 2019-2024 Market Forecast of Global and Chinese Frozen Pet Food Industry
6.1 2019-2024 Global and Chinese Capacity, Production, and Production Value of Frozen Pet Food
6.2 2019-2024 Frozen Pet Food Industry Cost and Profit Estimation
6.3 2019-2024 Global and Chinese Market Share of Frozen Pet Food
6.4 2019-2024 Global and Chinese Supply and Consumption of Frozen Pet Food
6.5 2019-2024 Chinese Import and Export of Frozen Pet Food

Chapter Seven: Analysis of Frozen Pet Food Industry Chain
7.1 Industry Chain Structure
7.2 Upstream Raw Materials
7.3 Downstream Industry

Chapter Eight: Global and Chinese Economic Impact on Frozen Pet Food Industry
8.1 Global and Chinese Macroeconomic Environment Analysis
8.1.1 Global Macroeconomic Analysis
8.1.2 Chinese Macroeconomic Analysis
8.2 Global and Chinese Macroeconomic Environment Development Trend
8.2.1 Global Macroeconomic Outlook
8.2.2 Chinese Macroeconomic Outlook
8.3 Effects to Frozen Pet Food Industry

Chapter Nine: Market Dynamics of Frozen Pet Food Industry
9.1 Frozen Pet Food Industry News
9.2 Frozen Pet Food Industry Development Challenges
9.3 Frozen Pet Food Industry Development Opportunities

Chapter Ten: Proposals for New Project
10.1 Market Entry Strategies
10.2 Countermeasures of Economic Impact
10.3 Marketing Channels
10.4 Feasibility Studies of New Project Investment

Chapter Eleven: Research Conclusions of Global and Chinese Frozen Pet Food Industry

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The Paleo Diet – A Peek Into Raw Food Living

The "Palaeolithic diet" (Paleo) is a highly popular raw food diet which made its official debut in the mid-1970s. Since then, the evolutionary diet has been promoted and adapted by several researchers and is featured in a number of academic journals.

Of controversial origin, the Paleo diet was first developed and marketed by gastroenterologist, Walter L. Voegltin who advanced the notion that the diet is the ideal food for mankind.

The concept put forward by Voegltin is not new. It is based on the promise that modern humans are genetically adapted to the diets of our earliest ancients, and diseases which trouble modern man are the result of industrialisation and affluence. In general, the diet of our ancestors had the proper balance of nutrients to reduce chronic diseases and promote health.

With affable nicknames such as the caveman diet, Stone Age, hunter-gatherer and warrior diet, the names are good indicators of its simple nature and basic lifestyle. The Paleo diet is an ancient "take" on the health habits of foragers who survived on fish, fruits, vegetables, roots, and nuts. It is an organic, raw food diet that excludes dairy, grain, refined sugar, and all processed oils.

Similar to a vegan diet, this health plan consist primarily of plant based unprocessed foods with minimal heating to preserve its natural, potent living ingredients. The diet has received overwhelming support from individuals whose health has improved. Cancer patients and individuals with immune suppressed conditions have also come forward to give their positive stories.

The diet has also received strong criticisms from detractors who view it as a fad diet.

Proponents of the diet :

The diet has received rave reviews and accolades from users and researchers alike; it is described as an invaluable nutritive way of eating, filled with elements to restore tissue cells.

In one study, Loren Cordain, PhD, at Colorado State University, commented: "Clinical trials have shown that the Paleo Diet is the optimum diet that can lower the risk of cardiovascular disease, blood pressure, marks of infection, help with weight loss, reduce acne, promote optimum health and improve athletic performance. "

Critics of the diet:

Critics of the diet have argued that it lacks credibility and logic. The main views expressed were in disagreement with the facts promoted, that hunter-gatherers were generally free of sicknesses unlike their compatriots in "civilized societies" who were beset with common afflictions and ailments.

The critics also dismissed the promise that our human makeup is genetically programmed to eat like our Palaeolithic ancestors. They believe that modern civilization developed due to advanced thinking, and with it inherent biological changes.

Weighing in on the pros and cons of raw food eating, it is acknowledged that a diet based on organic herbs and spices, nuts, fruits, and vegetables, will contain living properties and essential vitamins and minerals needed to live long and well. Although a true Paleo diet is impossible to imitate and impractical to attempt, modest variations of its model will derive immeasurable health benefits for those who maintain it.

Ramen Noodle Salad Is the Only Dinner We Want When the Temp Gets Above 80 Degrees

We’ve arrived. The heat of the summer has sunk into the concrete, sparking a deep urge for soft serve and a strong aversion to turning on the oven. The best time to eat raw vegetables is right now, but nobody can survive on crudité alone. Enter: salad ramen, a.k.a. the only thing we want to eat until October.

In a very 2019 twist, senior food editor Chris Morocco found inspiration for this recipe via Instagram. More specifically, an impeccably lit photo from Brunette Wine Bar in Kingston, New York depicting a color wheel of shaved radishes, cucumbers, and carrots atop a tangle of noodles. The caption read: “This ramen is basically a salad.” The dish, called hiyashi chuka, is a delicious, cooling mainstay at Japanese ramen shops in the summertime. “Ramen noodles are a staple of my diet, and I wanted to add a dish that was satisfying without being too heavy,” says Brunette chef Tracy Kennard.

Chris got hooked on the notion of chilled noodles as a vehicle for all the precious produce filling the farmers’ market. Yes, this is a great idea, we said, dreaming of several days of salad-ramen tastings while the recipe was perfected.

High summer is not a time for lengthy recipes, which is why this one uses a simple dressing of seasoned rice vinegar, lime juice, soy sauce, red pepper flakes, and sesame oil to coat both vegetables and noodles in a bright, nutty sauce. Use whatever crunchy veggies you have around, from summer squash and scallions to carrots and cucumbers. Just make sure to shave or shred them for a bowl of perfect, saucy bites.

While this recipe will work fine with dried ramen noodles, we prefer fresh ramen for its wonderfully springy texture and light eggy flavor. (You can find fresh ramen noodles at Asian grocery stores and some Whole Foods—we like the Sun Noodle brand best.) If fresh ramen isn’t available, frozen cooked udon and soba noodles will do the trick too. Whatever you do, try to avoid the ultra-processed instant ramen soup stuff.

Cook the noodles until just al dente, drain and rinse under cold water to stop the cooking, then toss with half the dressing in a medium bowl. Then divide the noodles between bowls, arrange your veggies on top, and drizzle on the remaining dressing. There’s no chef-y technique or niche ingredient setting this recipe apart, which is exactly why we love it. In fact, we even developed a (totally unscientific) hypothesis after several rounds of slurpable chilled noodles and tangy shaved vegetables: Even the sweatiest commute is redeemed by a bowl of salad ramen. That’s what we call summer science.

Chill out with some noodles:

Ramen Noodle Salad Is the Only Dinner We Want When the Temp Gets Above 80 Degrees

Salad Ramen

When Brunette wine bar in upstate NY posted a photo of their hiyashi chuka and captioned it, “This ramen is basically a salad,” we were instantly hooked on the idea of what a cold noodle salad dish could be.

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The Guaranteed Best Weight Loss Program

If you want to lose weight, selecting the right weight loss program is absolutely essential to your success. There are a seemingly unlimited number of weight loss programs available on the market today so how can you decide which one is right for you? This is a question I see a lot from both men and women looking for the right program to follow. It's a confusing situation to be in I can imagine; wanting to lose weight but not knowing which program best serves your needs. So what do you do?

Well, the purpose of this article is to discuss various aspects and concepts surrounding weight loss programs in hopes that it will help you be able to select the appropriate program for you. First things first!

1. Identify what you REALLY want

What do you really want from your physical body? My online fitness coaching clients heard this from me all the time. At first it may seem like a pretty silly question, but it's not. I've learned that the vast majority of people seeking weight loss really are not really that interested in losing weight at all. It's true! In my respected professional experience, the majority of people seeking professional fitness coaching are not looking to lose weight as much as they'd simply like to feel good about themselves and avoid the pain associated with the social pressures of being overweight. Weight loss is not their true desire, it simply provides them with the things they are really wanting. In fact, I will go as far to say that most people really want to eat whatever they want to eat, do whatever they want to do and live their life as they deem appropriate. I'm not pointing fingers here, that's what I'd like to do too. However, being human means we have social pressures and expectations. At this point in history we are told that a lean, toned physique is sexy, attractive and desirable. I believe that this is the reason most people seek weight loss programs, not because of a true desire to be lean, but an intense desire to be wanted, to be sexy, to be considered attractive and to feel good about their body when surrounded by people who's opinions that consider important.

It's perfectly alright to seek weight loss for any reason at all; because you want to feel attractive, feel confident in your body or to attract prospective love interests. Whatever your reason for seeking weight loss, it's very important that you identify your REAL reason for this pursuit. Once you've accurately identified this reason / reasons, motivated yourself that goal / goals is a much more enjoyable process. Once this happens, the weight loss process is not so much about the weight as much as it's all about you! And that is exactly how it should be.

2. Determination commitment boundaries

This concept is possibly the most important of all. I have seen people spend thousands of dollars on weight loss programs only to abandon that effort just days into the program. They over-committed themselves and were not able to follow through. Every weight loss program has a few things in common. Each of these things will vary from program to program, but the basic components remain:

  1. Frequency – how often you must workout
  2. Intensity – how much effort and intensity you must put into your program
  3. Time – how much time you must exercise each workout
  4. Type – the type of exercise (s) you will be doing during a program

This actually has a common name. We in the fitness industry call this the FITT principle. Beyond these basics which are typically associated with the exercise components of your program there will also be nutritional requirements to any quality weight loss program that fit perfectly into the same acronym:

  1. Frequency – describes how often you will eat each day
  2. Intensity – how rigid or lax your diet is
  3. Time – how long you must eat this way
  4. Type – the kind of food and nutrition methodology being used

These are going to be present in any well-developed weight loss program. Your success is dependent on what you are realistically willing and able to commit to with regard to each of these factors. Let's face it, purchasing a weight loss program does not guarantee success, you must follow the program to achieve results. For instance, if your program requires a very strict diet with seven days of intense exercise each week but you are not a disciplined dieter and have never worked out before, this hypothetical program probably is not the one that is going to serve your needs best. Perhaps you need a program that has a more developmental approach and allows you more food and exercise options.

3. Beware of programs that claim to be for everyone

I'm not saying that there are not programs that could benefit anyone and everyone, but I'm saying that you are more likely to be successful when you sign up for a program that is directed at people just like you. Programs that attempt to cater to everyone are typically designed to produce sales more than results. These programs tend to be very demanding, have very rigid diet expectations and often lead to injury for those not prepared to handle the demands the program requires. Do your homework and find a program that is designed with you in mind.

When I began developing my Body Fat Meltdown weight loss program for women a lot of people told me I'd make more sales if I would only market it to everyone; men, women, older, younger, everyone. While this is unduly true I could not ethically do that because I know that each of these groups of people have their own unique set of needs and desires when it comes to physical fitness and weight loss. Therefore, I developed the Body Fat Meltdown program specifically for newly motivated women wanting to lose weight without requiring a gym membership so they could work out each day for thirty minutes or less wherever and whenever they wanted. I wanted it to be ideal for the at-home exerciser or for women who need to workout with minimal equipment while traveling. It needed to take away all excuses for a newly motivated weight loss participant and that's what it does. By providing exact diets and exercise instructions the Body Fat Meltdown program ensures success if a woman will simply follow it for ninety days. This is an example of a program that has a targeted audience, a specific purpose and a meaningful method of progress that will lead this particular group of participants towards their weight loss goals.

4. Make sure the program is challenging, but livable

Be honest about the type of program your lifestyle will allow you to partake in. Fitness is an evolution so where you are in life now may not be where you are down the line, but you must be able to manage your weight loss program within the current limits that your life provides. For instance, if you are a single mother with two small children at home you probably are not going to stick to a nasty day program where you have to eat brussel sprout and cabbage soup at each meal while exercising sixty minutes two times each day. It's just not sustainable. Every program has it's nutrition and exercise requirements so it's up to you to make sure that those requirements will challenge you to improve but that also fit into your current living arrangement.

5. The best weight loss program is one you'll finish

The most effective program in the world is useless if you do not do it. I know this first-hand. I've had women sign-up for my Body Fat Meltdown weight loss program and proceed to lose twenty-four pounds in the first thirty days. On the other hand I've had women sign-up and never even attempted the first training program yielding a result of exactly nothing. The best weight loss program you can invest in is one you will participate in, be challenged by and finish. I can name at least a hundred weight loss programs off the top of my head that have produced amazing results for their participants. Conversely, I can assure you that every one of those programs also has people who purchased, then barely participated, quit and spent hard-earned money for no results whatever. Ultimately the results you get begin and end with you. They are dependent on the factors we discussed above and are absolutely determined by your participation and completion of the program.

Take these five factors and use them to weed through the vast wilderness of weight loss programs available to you. Find a program where you are the targeted participant, one that you can realistically participate in and sustain from start to finish. If you do these things I firmly believe you will be successful in your effort to lose weight and look and feel great.

Govt report shows why no deal is not an option for Logistics, says FTA

Govt report shows why no deal is not an option for Logistics, says FTA

The publication of yesterday’s (10 July 2019) data paper on Northern Ireland’s trade and investment prospects after a No Deal Brexit shows how unacceptable an outcome that could be for the country’s logistics businesses, according to FTA, the business organisation representing the sector.

Produced by the Northern Ireland Civil Service (NICS), the paper draws together statistics and economic data from a wide variety of official sources and concludes that the effects of a No Deal exit from the European Union could have a catastrophic effect on Northern Ireland’s business community, and the logistics industry in particular.

“Today’s report reiterates what FTA has been warning for months, that a No Deal Brexit could be a disaster for Northern Ireland’s logistics industry, and for the nation’s wider business community as a whole,” says Seamus Leheny, FTA’s Policy Manager for Northern Ireland.  “Northern Ireland’s businesses rely on free access to customers in both the UK and EU, which would be severely curtailed by a No Deal Brexit, and the resulting delays, costs and disruption would render the nation’s businesses less competitive to customers.”


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The NICS report estimates that the increased restrictions on trade posed by a No Deal Brexit could result in an economic contraction of £120m per year.  And as Leheny continues, the report shows how the imposition of EU tariffs and non-tariff barriers would severely restrict NI’s continued export market to Ireland for a wide range of goods and services – NICS estimates the reduction in trade as a result of a No Deal departure could reduce NI’s exports to the South by between £100m and £180m a year.

“With more than 4.8 million freight vehicle movements across the Irish border alone every year, a No Deal outcome to Brexit could have a devastating impact on the trading environment and, in turn, the logistics sector in Northern Ireland, and further afield.  Our supply chains are complex and interdependent and support every level of the country’s economy, from food production and industrial manufacturing to the supply of medicines.  The checks which could be implemented on goods arriving or departing in NI would be hugely disruptive to both businesses awaiting deliveries and to the end users, who will face delays, disruption and rising costs.

“Agri-food products such as livestock and raw food ingredients could be subject to checks at the border, yet there is still no agreement on what form these checks would take, how and most importantly where they would be made.  And the loss of EU workers, forced to return to their country of origin by new residency laws in the face of a No Deal Brexit, could be devastating for a sector like logistics, which relies on their skilled labour to keep vehicles moving and stocks of goods and raw materials in the right place at the right time.

“Northern Ireland has always relied on trade to keep its economy buoyant yet the NICS report makes it clear that a No Deal Brexit would cause economic contraction and a loss of confidence both domestically and from overseas customers.  With less than six months until the revised deadline for the UK’s departure from the EU, FTA is urging politicians to abandon the rhetoric around a No Deal exit and start urgent work towards securing a deal which will work for the industries in Northern Ireland that rely on trade for their continued success.”

Efficient logistics is vital to keep Britain trading, directly having an impact on more than seven million people employed in the making, selling and moving of goods. With Brexit, new technology and other disruptive forces driving change in the way goods move across borders and through the supply chain, logistics has never been more important to UK plc. A champion and challenger, FTA speaks to Government with one voice on behalf of the whole sector, with members from the road, rail, sea and air industries, as well as the buyers of freight services such as retailers and manufacturers.  

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Two batches of goat cheese from France have been recalled by SFA for containing E. coli: Here’s what consuming the bacteria does to your body, Business Insider

The implicated batches of goat cheese have not been distributed to the market for sale, and are currently being stored in the importer’s warehouse.
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The Singapore Food Agency (SFA) has recalled two batches of goat cheese imported from France due to high counts of Escherichia coli (E. coli) bacteria.

In a statement on Tuesday (July 9), SFA said that the implicated batches of goat cheese known as “Crottin De Pays” have not been distributed to the market for sale, and are currently being stored in the importer’s warehouse.

Read also: Health officials warn not to eat romaine this Thanksgiving because they’re worried about E. coli — here’s what to know

SFA also warned consumers of the risk of consuming cheese made from raw or unpasteurised milk as it is likely to contain more bacteria as compared to pasteurised milk.

According to Mayo Clinic – a medical center based in Rochester, Minnesota – E. coli is a bacteria found in the intestines of healthy people and animals.

While most varieties of the bacteria are harmless, a few particularly strains – such as the E. coli O157:H7 – produce a powerful toxin that damages the lining of the small intestine when ingested.

This results in abdominal cramps, bloody diarrhea and vomiting, the medical center said.

Read also: Flour sold at Walmart, Target, and more retailers across America is being recalled due to E. coli concerns

It also noted that unlike many other disease-causing bacteria, only a small amount of E. coli needs to be ingested to cause an infection. This means that people can get infected by just eating a slightly undercooked hamburger, or from swallowing a mouthful of pool water contaminated with E. coli.

According to an article posted on Medical News Today, an E.coli infection can be passed through person-to-person contact, especially when infected patients do not wash their hands properly.

While most people recover within a week, some people – especially young children and older people – may develop hemolytic uremic syndrome, a type of kidney failure that is life threatening, Medical News Today added.

Read also: More than 132,000 pounds of ground beef are being recalled after one death and at least 17 illnesses

Since there are currently no vaccines to protect people from the infection, SFA said that vulnerable groups of people, such as young children, pregnant women, elderly persons, or people with chronic illnesses should avoid consuming unpasteurised food products.

Those who do not feel well after consuming unpasteurised milk cheese should seek medical attention, it added.

SFA has also advised consumers to thoroughly cook raw food from animal sources and to keep raw food separate from vegetables, fruits, as well as cooked and ready-to-eat food.

The agency added that consumers should wash their hands, utensils, and any food preparation surfaces before and after handling raw food to avoid getting an E. coli infection.

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Significance of Enzymes in a Raw Food Diet

Today, people primarily eat a diet of cooked foods. The overwhelming majority of them are cooked at temperatures of 212 degrees Fahrenheit or higher. Cooking food at these temperatures destroys virtually all of the enzymes in the food. Why are enzymes important? Enzymes are the body's main workforce. Enzymes aid and accelerate every chemical reaction in the human body. Without enzymes our bodies would not function in the way they were designed to function. In essence, they are the substances which make life possible.

An important role of enzymes in the food we eat is to help us digest our food and receive the most nutrients from what we are eating, when we cook our food and destroy these essential enzymes which force body to make its own enzymes for digestion. This makes the digestive process a lot less efficient and forces us to deplete our bodies limited enzyme capacity,

As we age, our body's ability to produce these needed enzymes decreases. These results in less efficient digestion and less nutrients actually being absorbed into our systems, Also, our bodies must curtail the production of important enzymes needed in other areas of the body such as the brain, heart, muscles, and kidneys.

Consuming large quantities of high-temperature cooked foods forces the body to expend its resources on digestion. The resulting metabolic dislocation, or enzyme deficiencies, can be linked to a variety of chronic disorders such as allergies, skin conditions, cancers, heart disease, chronic fatigue, arthritis, kidney stress, and many others. This state of enzyme deficiency stress exists in the majority of people who are living on the standard Western diet.

In addition, studies show that eating a cooked food diet can help lead to obesity and overweight. In animal studies, animals fed a cooked diet were significantly heavier that their counterparts on raw diets. This was permanently being fed the same number of calories.

When we consume a diet based primarily on raw foods we are consuming foods closer to how bodies were designed to ingest them. The living enzymes in the foods are not destroyed and can be used used and absorbed by our bodies without any extra effort. Raw food takes less energy to digest and passes through the digestive system in 1/3 to 1/2 the time needed for cooked foods.

Eating a raw-food based diet also places less of a burden on our immune systems. Eating cooked foods causes the body to produce an increased amount of white blood cells – similar to how the immune system reacts in the face of an infection.

Human bodies were designed to eat a raw food diet, rich in natural, living enzymes. The further we move away from this ideal, the more we place extra burdens on our systems.

Raw Food Romance Talks Candida



This is an excerpt from a talk by Melissa from raw Food Romance from the 2018 UK Fruit Festival. In this clip Melissa talk about her experience with candida.

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