Salmonella Enteritidis

Thriving bacteria

What is Samonella Enteritidis?

Samonella Enteritidis is a bacteria that can be submitted into your body by eating raw meats, eggs, fruits, beef, pork, and chicken. For this bacteria to thrive it needs a wet, warm environment

Implicated illness and symptoms.

The implicated illness will appear within 12-72 hours after eating undercooked food. The symptoms of this bacteria will last between 1-3 days depending on how much of the raw food you eat. Some of the symptoms are nausea, abdominal cramps, headache, vomiting, and fever.

Steps to prevention.

There are some important steps to prevent yourself from getting Samonella Enteritidis. Here are some of the steps to prevent this, make sure your food is cooked all the way. Wash your hands after handling raw food. Never leave raw food out for long periods of time.