Why you CAN eat food after it's been dropped on the floor: Doctor busts the five-second rule myth (and reveals the kitchen counter is much dirtier)

Do you follow the five-second rule - the guideline that says it's okay to eat food from the floor if you pick it up straight away?
If so, then you may welcome the advice of one doctor, who says we shouldn't be remotely worried about eating anything that's been on the floor - no matter how long it's been there.
Aaron E Carroll, Indiana University's professor of pediatrics, says he eats food that's been on the floor - rejecting the advice of a recent study that suggests food dropped on the floor will pick up any bacteria in just one second, rather than five. 
Dr Carroll told the New York... read more

14 October 2016 in Science &Technology, Views: 46
Source: Daily Mail

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