Food Poisioning

DIET CHART FOR FOOD POISONING INTRODUCTION Food poisoning (also known as food-borne illness) occurs when you eat or drink contaminated foods that contain harmful germs (bacteria, virus, or parasites). Bacteria produce toxins in food and cause the problem. The main symptoms of food poisoning are vomiting, diarrhea, and an upset stomach. The BRAT diet is one of the main recoveries for food-borne illness. Also, bland, low-fat, and low-fiber foods help to replace lost electrolytes. It is important to avoid caffeinated

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