How to clean your butter after eating the Jotaro Microorganism

If you’re still feeling lazy and you want to clean up your butter, this article is for you.Jotaro, the Japanese term for the Jolta, is a genus of microorganisms that live in butter.They’re thought to be a direct threat to human health, but we’ve yet to know if they can be properly eliminated.The most famous example of Jotaras contamination is […]

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How to remove uncultivable bacteria from a food product

Posted November 19, 2018 05:17:49In a study published in the British Medical Journal (BMJ), researchers at the University of Oxford found that removing uncultivable microorganisms from a product, including food, could reduce the risk of illness.In a paper titled ‘The Microbiome of Food and Beverages’, the team from Oxford analysed samples of food from 16 different food and drink manufacturers.They […]

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How microorganisms may help heal wounds and prevent new infections

Researchers in Israel have developed a new type of bacteria that produces cellulose out of a type of microorganism called cellulose-producing microorganisms.This microorganist has been shown to protect against infections and to fight the spread of infection.The new discovery was published in the Israeli journal Cell.The authors believe that cellulose can protect the lining of the skin and make it […]

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How to identify and prevent microorganism-contaminated foods and beverages

Sixteen ingredients in our food supply, including sugars, vitamins, and minerals, are considered by the FDA to be “generally recognized as safe.”While it’s true that some foods may contain ingredients that are not generally recognized as food, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) doesn’t categorize them as food because they have been shown to be safe and beneficial for health […]

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Which microorganisms can you spoil your beer?

microorganisms plush pattern (SPM) is a microorganization of microorganisms that produce microfibers that form the plush-like pattern that is typically seen in beer spoilage.Microorganisms plush pattern is a small-scale, low-temperature, biodegradable microorganist.They can grow on most foods and can grow in the environment, and are naturally occurring in nature.SPMs are a natural part of the microorganisms life cycle, and it […]

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How to learn about the glow-in-the-dark microorganisms in your kitchen

Microorganisms are the most abundant life form in our environment.The microbes in your home and the food you eat affect how well they thrive.To understand how the microbes work, you need to learn how they glow.Microbes glow because they glow when they are active.That is, the light from the microbes causes the light to bounce off them and change color.This […]

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What’s good bacteria?

Microorganisms can be good for us, they can be bad for us.A new study suggests that they may even be beneficial.Microbes play an important role in our health, as we help our body fight off infections and help us get through life.But researchers have found that they can also be harmful.A study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy […]

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How to stop the spread of invasive bacteria in your home

By David H. Dennen / The Globe and MailThe introduction of microbes into our homes and environments has become a ubiquitous topic of concern across the globe.However, the exact number of microorganisms present in the human body varies greatly depending on the environment in which the organism is found, with the vast majority of those found in the gut being […]

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