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Food-poisoning expert reveals 6 things he refuses to eat

Business Insider Logo By Kate Taylor of Business Insider | Slide 1 of 6: <p>Marler says that he has seen more foodborne illnesses linked to shellfish in the past five years than in the two preceding decades. The culprit: warming waters. As global waters heat up, they produce microbial growth, which ends up in the raw oysters consumers are slurping down.</p>

1. Raw oysters.

After spending more than 20 years fighting food-poisoning lawsuits, there are some foods that Bill Marler simply doesn't eat.

Marler says that he has seen more foodborne illnesses linked to shellfish in the past five years than in the two preceding decades. The culprit: warming waters. As global waters heat up, they produce microbial growth, which ends up in the raw oysters consumers are slurping down.

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