A Gordon Ramsay restaurant in London is under investigation by local food safety authorities after a patron pulled an inch-and-a-half-long piece of plastic out from a bite of lamb. The rub? The customer was a reality TV star from British Wife Swap.
Would a ban on non-therapeutic antibiotic use in animals hurt the health of livestock? With some 70 percent of all antibiotics sold in the U.S. going toward livestock, it would certainly hurt drug companies.
Should our future involve a Jetsons-esque existence of dehydrated foodstuffs made for consuming in zero-gravity environments light years from Earth, the L’Equip FilterPro Food Dehydrator will be right there with us.
Now you can fight ulcers, chronic gastritis and even stomach cancer with a “functional” yogurt fortified with urease antibodies, according to a recent human clinical study.
In other bacterial news, the Washington Post looks at probiotics, which remain unapproved as medicine by the U.S., Jamie Lee Curtis notwithstanding.