Nasty poop bug found in hospital food
Anyone who’s ever done time in a hospital will tell you the worst part of the experience isn’t the human pincushion treatment from all the injections and blood draws.
It’s not the tubes, wires, noisy machines, uncomfortable mattresses, surly nurses, or even the lunatic in the next bed who keeps screaming.
It’s the food.
Hospital food is the worst food on the entire planet. They start with garbage, then remove all the fat and salt and serve it with a side of JELL-O — and then they have the nerve to ask you if you enjoyed it.
It’s disgusting. But even worse than that, it’s filthy — covered in the worst hospital bacteria, and so poorly cooked that those germs not only DON’T die… they actually thrive.
And in at least one hospital, the food is crawling with the Clostridium difficile bacteria responsible for dangerous stomach infections, including serious and even deadly cases of diarrhea.
Researchers tested close to 100 different “fully cooked” dishes served at a university hospital in Houston and found the C-diff bug in a quarter of them — including half the turkey meals, nearly half the chicken and egg dishes, and a third of the seafood.
It was even present in three out of five desserts!
Granted, this is a study conducted at a single hospital. But you’d have to be delusional to think this isn’t true elsewhere — and if you’re served this filth when you’re in a weakened state in the hospital, it could turn an already miserable experience into the worst week of your life.
And that’s assuming you survive, since C-diff is linked to 14,000 deaths every year — most of them the very seniors in hospitals and nursing homes being asked if they enjoyed their poisonous meals.
If you’re stuck in a hospital — or think there’s even a small chance you may end up in one — take action now to protect your immune system from these germs. The best way to do that is with a quality probiotic supplement.
Like I said earlier, C-diff infections often can’t be beaten by drugs. But there is one treatment that really does work — and you’re not going to believe it.
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