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Food Poisoning Recovery

You could have food poisoning on the basis of anything consumed that's been contaminated. This can happen where your defenses are at their lowest: at your favorite restaurant or preparing food in your home.

Different infectious bacteria can still lie in food even after you've cleaned and prepared fish, poultry and meat, especially if they have been undercooked. If you've ever been to a seafood restaurant, you know there is some caution to eating raw or steamed oysters and any kind of shellfish. Again, bacteria are better allowed to live in these foods because it is not fully killed through proper cooking.

You could feel the effects of such  food poisoning within a few hours. Some of those include diarrhea, vomiting, abdominal pain, fatigue and fever. With a loose stool can come one sign en route to food poisoning recovery: hydration. Your body needs more water to help counter such poisoning.

Check expiration dates on items such as dairy products like milk. Make sure your utensils have been cleaned, and that refrigerated foods have been stored at the right temperature. This can also happen with water. For example, if you've been impacted by flooding, the water supply might also be affected, so boiling it first could avoid poisoning.

To ensure gastrointestinal health, make the choice to take a holistic approach, which would include vitamins to supplement your diet.

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Words from our In House Expert

dr.-dave-bordered.jpgDr. Dave States: When encountering a bad case of food poisoning, you must first realize that it can be a whole host of different possible insults to our GI tract.  The best immediate defense is ingesting activated charcoal in granular form.  Terramin clay is a reactive clay with bentonite in it to attract an pull out unwanted toxins.

 

 

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