Nutrition and food borne illnesses

Nutritious food is a rudimentary essential of life, and failure to attain adequate calories, macronutrients and micronutrients can result in illness and death, the threat of constricting foodborne illness is contingent upon many factors. In the industrialised countries, the risk is increased by type of food consumed; cross-contamination of foods beforehand consumption; amplified consumption of raw products, such as fruits and vegetables.

  • Pathogenicity
  • characteristics of the disease
  • Control measures
  • Characteristics of the organism

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