The research has shown that the rule "to quickly lift the fallen food" doesn't work
The idea that if quickly to lift the food piece which has fallen to a floor, then the food will remain safe, is wrong. The so-called "rule of 5 seconds" doesn't work, shows a new research.
The food which has fallen to a floor catches bacteria instantly - irrespective of how fast you lift it. Even a fresh-washed floor is not so pure as it seems to us. Therefore physicians discredit the myth that less than 5 seconds food infection with microorganisms doesn't occur.
Professor Donald U. Shafner (Donald W. Schaffner), the microbiologist from Rutgers university in New Jersey declares: conclusions of the analysis show that people anyway pick up from the floor the food with an infection.
For the first time they have started talking about "the rule of 5 seconds" in 2003 when scientists of university of the State of Illinois have released a research which showed that "there is a probability" that the food lifted quickly is less dangerous.
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