Spotted Eggs Does Not Mean Exposure to Bacteria

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There is an assumption that eating eggs with spotted shells invites the risk of disease. Spotted eggs the myth has been exposed to the seeds of disease in the form of Streptococcus bacteria. People who eat it feared could experience a variety of infectious diseases.

Streptococcus bacteria are known to trigger various diseases from mild to severe. Some types of infections that can arise from these bacteria are throat infections, skin infections, ear infections, sinus cavities, to infections that trigger lung inflammation. Until now Streptococcus has 20 species that are divided into two main groups namely group A and group B. This bacterial infection can spread to various parts of the body through the blood vessels.

However, spotted eggs cannot be said to have been contaminated with Streptococcus bacteria. The Ministry of Agriculture of Indonesia states such an assumption is wrong. If the trigger is bacteria, then it is certain that many people who eat them have an infection. During this time, Streptococcus habitat is not in the digestive tract.

Quoted from the page Okezone, the spots on the eggs fairly reasonable. These spots arise due to the presence of blood vessel cells that rupture during the process of egg formation. The process of formation is in the reproductive tract. Even spots appear, the eggs remain safe to eat.

However, it is advisable to wash hands after touching raw eggs. Could be outer shell contaminated with disease from the environment. But the contents are still safe to eat after cooking first. In addition, select raw eggs that are still intact without cracks to ensure the contents are still good.


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