13 JUN 2017 (02:32 UTC-07 Tango 06) 23 Khordad 1396/18 Ramadan 1438/19 Bing Wu 4715
According to Global Hygiene Council the average kitchen cutting board has more crap, literally, germs on it than does the average toilet seat, by as much as 200%! (The words crapper, crappping and crap are ligit, they come from the name of a real person.)
Your cutting board is so dirty you might have well been crapping on it!
In 2006, in United Kingdom the pretentious Global Hygiene Council was founded to find better ways for us to clean our sorry asses, this after more than a hundred years of governments pushing cleanliness upon the unworthy masses. Why? Because after more than a hundred years of ‘washing-up’ the public infectious disease rates are actually skyrocketing! (caution; these guys are the ones pushing for people to wash their hands at least six times a day!)
Another British empire pro-clean site backs up the claim that your cutting board is nastier than your toilet seat. Expert Home Tips blames the use of dish-washing soap for the spread of food borne disease, saying it can’t get at the microscopic nooks-n-crannies on your cutting board that the evil bacteria live in. Instead soak the board in a strong chemical like bleach.
Those European’s are sure a bunch of germophobes. If you’ve read most of my old Influenza reports you’ll notice that most infections take place in areas where disinfection rates are supposed to be high; like hospitals.
In 日本国 (Nippon-koku, Japan), the most germophobic society on the planet, it seems almost every year there is a new study revealing that the number one cause of increased allergies and disease is precisely the obsessive behavior of over-cleaning yourself and your home. The studies show such cleaning is actually weakening the immune systems of metro dwelling Nipponese, and the germs are getting stronger as they build resistance to the sanitation onslaught.
When it comes to allergies in Nippon, blame the government for planting forests of hyper-allergenic (super-allergenic) cedar trees after World War Two.
More down to Earth U.S. based Reader’s Digest says use a ‘natural’ homemade paste made from one tablespoon each baking soda, salt, and water. Vinegar works as well.
Norovirus: Consumer Reports says to leave the soap on your hands for a minimum of 20 seconds. Wash household surfaces with bleach.
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