A royal tradition will force Meghan Markle to change her diet before her wedding to Prince Harry - here are 8 things a food-poisoning expert says to avoid
- Meghan Markle is being inducted into a tradition that requires the royal family to avoid eating certain things that could cause food poisoning.
- Food-poisoning expert Bill Marler has cut certain foods out of his diet after more than two decades as a foodborne-illness attorney.
- Here are eight foods that Markle - and anyone trying to avoid food poisoning - should cut from their diet.
Meghan Markle is preparing to follow in the footsteps of Queen Elizabeth II as the royal wedding date nears - and that includes culinary traditions.
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It's a sensible tradition - no one wants to be forced to alert the public that they need to miss a royal function because they have contracted food poisoning from slurping down raw oysters. According to The Sun, Queen Elizabeth follows the tradition closely, while other members of the royal family are more lenient.Food-poisoning attorney Bill Marler follows a similarly strict diet, according to past conversations with Business Insider and an article by Health Insider from BottomLine. Marler has won more than $600 million for clients in foodborne-illness cases and has become convinced that some foods aren't worth the risk.
Here are the foods that Marler says anyone trying to avoid food poisoning should stay away from:
Precut or prewashed fruits and veggies
Unpasteurized milk and juices
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