Scientists have determined how flies transmit bacteria, which usually do those types that we constantly see in our homes.
Science says that flies are fed with some of the most disgusting things you can imagine – feces, garbage, corpse … Thereby, they cannot chew food, and to be able to bring it in, they spit out enzymes that break down and then help them “drink it”.
Bacteria and viruses that will stick to their bodies are responsible for the transmission of diseases from which people suffer, and not from their “spit”.
Only a second is enough to touch your food, to pass bacteria on your meal. Because flies also transmit serious infectious diseases such as cholera, dysentery, and typhoid, it is best not to eat the food on which a fly has landed.