What is Safe to Eat?

Getting nasty infections from food is perhaps one of the commonest causes of illness and the main reason that your holiday can be spoilt.

Here are a few tips on how to lower your chances of spending the majority of your holiday on the loo!

  1. Don’t eat in empty restaurants.
  2. Get to the buffet early, and don’t eat food that’s been sitting out too long.
  3. Some say Boil it, Cook it, Peel it or forget it.
  4. Avoid leftovers or reheated food.
  5. Eat well cooked Fresh food.
  6. Make sure the meat you eat is well cooked.
  7. Avoid icecream, shell fish and unpaturised milk or cheeses.
  8. Avoid Street food.

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