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Ozone and Food 

Most of us know to wash our fruits and vegetables before eating. Why?Because we do not know what may be invisibly hiding on the surface or skin of the food product.Recently there was a DATELINE report on TV highlighting the incidence of E-coli showing up in sealed bags of pre-washed lettuce. With so many people involved in getting our food to the grocery store shelves, and even in some cases to our kitchen, contamination is a growing concern.

Ozone is rapidly filling the role of rescuer when it comes to National Food Safety Technology. Ozone has been approved for use in the nation’s food processing industry. In 1997, ozone was deemed 

“generally recognized as safe” (GRAS) as a disinfectant for foods in accordance with US law and the Food and Drug Administration.

Ozone has long been recognized as a disinfectant for water, first used in a US drinking water plant in 1940, today it is used by over 200 municipal water treatment plants from Orlando to Los Angeles. It can kill bacteria much faster than traditional chlorine. Yet, unlike the long lasting chlorine that can be harmful to humans, the ozone does its job quickly and then reverts to pure harmless oxygen, usually in no more than 20 minutes. Chlorine will last for days, and many municipal water sources have started to use an even a longer lasting form of chlorine to sanitize drinking water. What’s so bad about that? It will kill your fish if you put it in your fish tank without insuring complete elimination of the modified chlorine based product, and since you may drink, wash foods, and bath in this harmful to human chlorinated water, one might think that perhaps avoiding contact and ingestion of water laced with this chlorine is advisable.  Ozone has the ability to kill viruses, parasites, fungi, bacteria- like E.-coli, and hazardous pathogens such as the chlorine resistant Cryptosporidium, but that’s not all- it can also neutralize various pesticides and fertilizer chemicals that may still reside on your fresh foods. It can sanitize water much faster than chlorine and dissipate on its own within minutes- so no harmful side-effects.

Now, you can use one of nature’s most powerful purifiers in your own home!There are a variety of uses for the Ozonator:

  • Ozonating water for drinking or rinsing- it eliminates the bacteria, heavy metal ions, various organic impurities, while it makes drinking water crystal clear and transparent. 
  • Disinfecting toothbrushes, sponges, “dirty” (meaning possibly infected) surfaces in the kitchen or bath.
  • Ozonating foot bath water for treatment of toenail fungus or athlete’s foot.
  • Cleaning fruit and vegetables with Ozonated water can remove farm chemicals, chemical fertilizer, kill exterior bacteria and prolong storage periods 3-10-times longer.  Scientists  also recommend washing the outer surface of meat, fish and shrimp with Ozonated water to decompose leftover hormones and antibiotics, to get rid of bacteria and pathogenic worms, which will make the meat safe and fresh.
  • Use ozone water to soak and cook rice- making it much more tasty.
  • Clean dinnerware- kill surface bacteria and viruses and prevent the spread of diseases.
  • Wash your face and hands in Ozonated water to moisten skin and to help treat red, dry, scaly skin
  • Treat your aquarium to prevent and treat fish diseases by eliminating the bacteria, heavy metal ions, various organic compounds, impurities and to add oxygen to the water, thereby improving fish metabolism. 

Dateline article- 
Unseen danger in bagged salads

USDA article- 
Food Safety Technology: A Potential Role for Ozone?

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