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Woman Includes Raw Chicken In Diet Despite Risks Of Health Hazards

Mim Graff's uncooked meat-eating habit, which includes chicken and liver, has gone viral. Despite the health risks, the woman confidently assures her followers that she feels great and that her food tastes good.

Mimi Graff, who goes by the handle @feralfraulein on social media, has gained notoriety for her distinctive diet.

She enjoys consuming raw chicken and liver and has been regularly sharing her unconventional eating habits on TikTok. Despite the potential risks of salmonella and other bacterial infections, she claims to have never experienced any health issues.

In a video clip, Mimi shared her daily food intake and explained:

"This is what I ate today on my raw meat diet. This is what my fridge typically looks like."

"I woke up craving red meat so I decided to prepare my signature steak tartare for breakfast even though it's my go-to dinner."

In addition to consuming raw meat, she also drinks raw, shaken-up eggs. She informed her followers that: "You just crack a few eggs into a glass jar and you shake it - shake and chug!"

Some of Mimi's followers have raised safety concerns about her diet. One person left a comment saying, "You can catch E.Coli and salmonella eating raw meat."

"Don't eat raw chicken please, that's so dangerous!" another commenter urged her.

Mimi defended her diet against critics but acknowledged that consuming raw meat does come with "legitimate risks." She stated:

"Organic, grass-fed beef is generally the safest type of meat to consume raw. I believe wholeheartedly in sources all food from high-quality and organic sources."

"Since I love eating raw chicken I feel fortunate to live in a country with strict protocols regarding salmonella," she added.

"The controversy is not surprising or upsetting. I am very grateful for the thousands of supporting viewers I have amassed and their comments that make me laugh everyday."

It is important to note that the NHS recommends cooking meat thoroughly before consuming it, regardless of this woman's unique dietary habits.

According to the guidance it is "important to prepare and cook food safely. Cooking meat properly ensures that harmful bacteria on the meat are killed. If meat is not cooked all the way through, these bacteria may cause food poisoning."

"Bacteria and viruses can be found all the way through poultry and certain meat products (such as burgers). This means you need to cook poultry and these sorts of meat products all the way through. When meat is cooked all the way through, its juices run clear and there is no pink or red meat left inside."