A new research has revealed that under cooked chicken can cause paralysis (falij) in human. It is because the bacterium which causes paralysis through Guillian-Barre Syndrome (GBS) can still exist in the chicken if the meat is not properly cooked before serving.
GBS is the leading cause for paralysis, which affects our neuromuscular system resulting in paralysis. The bacteria have resistant against antibiotics and can even make the problem worse.
GBS at first results in only vomiting and diarrhea by which people think it was about the bad food, but after two weeks the victim may develop weakness in legs, and then it results in complete paralysis.
[junkie-alert style=”green”] The bacteria Campylobacter jejuni which causes GBS and paralysis is also thought to be behind the Zika virus outbreak in North America which resulted in thousands of defected births. [/junkie-alert]
The research was done by Michigan State University in the United States (US) and it was published in the Journal of Autoimmunity.