Food poisoning cases across Clayton are a warning to health professionals, including sweets.
Last week, a house call doctor asked patients in poisoned areas in Mc, Town Village, Keynes, Ipswich, Brisbane, Gold Coast and Towampa.
Doctor of the House Call Doctor Ryan Harvey said, "How much food is stored for the QNDL diet, especially in hot climates.
Unlike food poisoning and diseases like salmonella, it's incredibly disturbing – they're also dangerous, "said Harvey.
"Food controls are important for reducing the risk of eating food. Though the tarves do not survive in the bulk, even the cold foods, including eggs, are eaten in the fridge."
The symptoms of food poisoning and salmonella are different.
"Everywhere there are physical infants, mild hair, vomiting, headache, fatigue, and dehydration.