A 40 year old woman presents with new onset of seizures. She reports that she was having dinner with friends and suddenly lost consciousness. Her friends report that she fell to the ground and began moving her limbs in a rhythmic manner, lasting for about 30 seconds. She denies any history of neurologic problems. She is an immigrant from Ecuador and has been living in the US for the past ten years. Physical examination is unremarkable. A head CT is obtained. What is the most likely factor leading to her development of seizures?
A. Consumption of undercooked pork
B. Consumption of undercooked beef
C. Consumption of fecally contaminated food or water
D. Exposure to acid fast bacilli as a child
E. Inheritance of gene encoding for an infective protein