Digital meat thermometry has a few good uses.
It is a good way to test a food for bacteria, and it can be used to determine a person’s nutritional status.
But, it’s a bad way to conduct an exam.
There are several reasons why it’s not a good idea.
First, there is no clear way to tell if a food is safe for humans to eat.
If you’re going to do a test, be sure to do it in a safe environment, such as a cafeteria, a hospital or a classroom.
Second, digital meat meters use a sensor that can be manipulated to detect bacteria.
Third, digital thermometers aren’t sensitive enough to detect foods containing a protein known as casein, which can cause stomach discomfort or diarrhea.
Theoretically, the more sensitive a digital thermometer is, the easier it is to detect.
But the technology is still new, and the FDA hasn’t approved a test yet.
So, if you’re trying to figure out if your meat is safe to eat, you’ll have to rely on other tests that you can’t use digitally.
Fourth, digital meters can be dangerous for people with heart disease, diabetes, cancer and other health conditions.
And, even if you use digital meat sensors to test for bacteria or other foods, there are risks to your health.
Digital meat meters have a high chance of causing a burn to your skin and/or eyes.
And they can also be used by children, and people with dementia or other conditions that require special care.
Health care providers, food manufacturers, and consumers should be concerned about the use of digital meat detectors.
It’s time to get rid of them.
–Michelle T. Gennaro, PhD, is a research associate at the Center for Applied Science in Health, Education and Economics at Tufts University.