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Stated -- if you like pork at the grocery store and buy it they are odds are it is loaded with stomach turning germs.
That's according to a new survey from none other the consumer reports and this found that almost seven.
In American supermarkets is contaminated with bacteria serious germs it says here which can give you fever and cramps and bloody diarrhea.
Health officials say more than 100000 people get sick and have symptoms like bloody diarrhea from the bacteria every year.
Still the chances of getting sick from -- are still pretty low.
The germs all died he just -- it right but the experts say this points a bigger problem of the country's food supply some of the bacteria appears to be resistant to drugs now.
Experts say that's because farm workers pump the -- full of all kinds antibiotics.
Not to treat infections.
And to make sure they grow bigger for slaughter.
Let's get the doctor Lolita -- David she is -- this.
From where university hospitals of Cleveland doctor thank you.
Hello so what are we supposed to do I mean if you overcoat the big it's not as good as if you cook it kind of normal.
Do you really want an undercooked rehab I mean don't you want your ribs -- well.
This wrong with cooking and cooking -- port ten.
Degrees internal temperature if it's a roast at a 160 degrees if it's ground pork.
I like bacon to be Chris.
Well you -- probably going to be OK -- all right listen it is there a problem -- you know.
Part of part of what happens in our kitchens is we put stuff out on the counter.
Or some of the blood in the juices if you if you prefer drip -- the counter and then it's on the counter.
Well there's been cooking practices you should do for everything.
So you shouldn't use the same board to Kutcher -- as your vegetables to prep your other things if you do watch it down with hot soapy water.
It's -- same thing -- chicken with chicken you can get Salmonella.
So you know all thing that.
We still kind of eat raw is -- I tend to like mine still quivering from the cal but most people want there's a little more done -- that.
All right -- people shouldn't be freaking out to know that there these germs and give you bloody diarrhea in the -- right they shouldn't be free -- No they should be freaking you're right it's only about a 100000 cases in the whole country in a year.
And it actually doesn't even need antibiotics to treat most people will get better on their own.
But also this bacteria -- senate cut in general -- the -- It's also found -- unpasteurized milk and contaminated water supplies so if people are drinking out of streams or.
Lakes or things like that you can get it there as just as well or unpasteurized though you know a lot of people like.
To go and get their milk rock from net farmer and you've got them ask.
Doctor -- David.
A dietitian I know very well reminds she says all the time.
Bacon isn't even -- -- Under school other school classifications of food bacon is just a -- she's like it is -- last food you should ever eat but the.
-- -- Well everything in moderation.
You know I mean in -- should have bacon every day.
If you eat oatmeal six days a week and you have bacon on Sunday morning or Saturday morning you probably going to be just fine.
What I would like Brett for you to have happened is you know you walk out of the studio and you get hit by car and it's are taking your house -- -- thing.
I should eat next the company can do.
Doctor I like you that's good advice all things in moderation effectively -- -- it's good to -- Thank you all right you don't want those symptoms that come your way.
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