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Digital Subscriptions > Healthy Magazine > March/April 2017 > WHAT TO DO ABOUT FOOD POISONING


Whether it was down to that dodgy restaurant meal or a home-cooking disaster, our expert advises on the best treatments and how to prevent it


Water droplets from washing poultry under a tap can travel more than 50cm in every direction. And only a few campylobacter cells are needed for food poisoning

Food poisoning is caused by food contaminated by bacteria – the most common of which are campylobacter, which are usually found on raw or undercooked meat (especially poultry) and unpasteurised milk. The other main bacteria are salmonella – found in undercooked meat, raw eggs, milk and other dairy foods – and E. coli, found in undercooked beef, soil attached to vegetables and unpasteurised milk.

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Brush up on your #superfoodgoals with our March/April issue of healthy, which explores the truth behind the nutrition buzzword. Get cooking with our round-up of 25 delicious recipes, including chia, matcha and chocolate (yes, really!) based meals. Get to know Darcey Bussell and Lorraine Kelly in our exclusive interviews. Plus, be inspired by our 101 simple ideas on how to change your life now, including how a daily ritual can help you beat stress. Stay grounded with the new digital edition of healthy.