By Peter Cerexhe, John Ashton
A shopper consultant to picking among food and drinks concepts, and the way to prevent occasions the place you'll remorse what you ate.
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Are there huge piles of sliced meats and not many customers? • Do the staff use tongs and plastic gloves when handling the meats? It might help. Do they place the sliced meat directly onto the scales, or is there a layer of paper or plastic between the scales and the food? • Do they keep the doors to the cabinet closed when they are not actually reaching inside to fetch something, or are the doors left open? • Are there flies inside the cabinet? It would be best if the product label told you: • what was in the product: the meats, cereals, stuffing and so on • what methods were used to make it safe: cooking, curing, etc.
The immune system also produces antibodies which destroy the virus particles. And they act quickly to move large volumes out. The liver is another major player in our defence against toxins such as pesticide residues, or chemicals such as lead and arsenic which may be in our food and drink. Once these chemicals have been absorbed by the body they generally pass to the liver where they are 'detoxified', or converted to a form which can be excreted from the body in urine or faeces. It becomes, in a way, geographically isolated.
Page 45 PART II— A WALK THROUGH THE SHOPPING CENTRE Page 46 Chapter 5— The Delicatessen Rows of hanging salamis above your head, a display cabinet filled with the lustrous pink glow of sliced hams, corned beef, slabs of creamy plate and fifty different remarkable cheeses, jars of pickled vegetables in oil standing in color rows against the back wall. Welcome to the delicatessen! Whether you shop at a small familyrun delicatessen in a crowded little store, or the long counter of the supermarket deli section, you will be faced with choices not only of what will taste good but what foods might put the health of yourself and your family at risk.