Get rid of food poisoning

Get rid of food poisoning

When you consume food that is contaminated with bacteria or other toxins, you develop food poisoning a few days after the source of the poisoning leaves your body, the troublesome symptoms disappear on their  own . Medical help if the situation is serious.

How can get rid of food poisoning?


People with food poisoning usually recover on their own without medical attention, while by replacing lost fluids and electrolytes to avoid dehydration, they can be treated with fluid intake. Medications andcolonic capsules relieve symptoms.

When you have food poisoning you can vomit right after eating or have a brief loss of appetite and most of the time you can resume your normal diet when your appetite returns.

Therefore, food poisoning must be diagnosed before the symptoms of food poisoning are treated. Determine the cause and consider the last 4 to 36 hours. What did you eat and try something new? Was there anything different? Have you exchanged food with a sick friend or relative? 

What causes food poisoning?

The most common causes of food poisoning are Escherichia coli, salmonella, and other foods contaminated with the bacteria. This type of food poisoning often comes from undercooked meat or unrefrigerated food.

  • Poisonous fish such as puffer fish.
  • Delicious wild mushrooms can be poisonous.

Determine if medical help is needed. Bacterial food poisoning is often curable at home, especially in healthy people. Depending on the source of the food poisoning and the person's age, medical intervention may be needed if you are one of those conditions.

  • Poisoning by poisonous mushrooms for
  • infants and young children.
  • pregnant.
  • You are over 65 years old.
  • Frequent diarrhea/vomiting.
  • You have trouble breathing, dizziness, fainting, and vomiting blood.
  • If you vomit no matter what you drink.

Ways to get rid of food poisoning


There are many ways to get rid of food poisoning either through natural methods or through effective colon capsules, but the most important of them is to change a number of bad habits in your day and we will list them for you as follows.

Eat less Food

poisoning leads to vomiting and diarrhea that eliminates the poison and solid foods cause more vomiting and diarrhea, so avoid eating until your condition improves.

Poisoned food should be avoided

if you do not know the cause. Eat only fresh food and get rid of suspicious foods. If you are tired of broths and soups, try bananas, white rice or dry bread.

  • Ginger, lemon or lime soda can moisturize and soothe the stomach.
  • Avoid coffee, alcohol, and dehydrated liquids.


food poisoning causes weakness and fatigue, so sleep helps your body heal.

Wash hands, dishes, and work surfaces

 Bacteria on unwashed hands, dishes, cutting boards, utensils, or work surfaces can cause food poisoning. Follow these steps to avoid food poisoning:

  • Before cooking, wash your hands with soap and warm water.
  • Use warm, soapy water to clean dishes and utensils.
  • After cooking a meal, especially one that contains raw meat, wipe down counters, counters, and cutting boards with a cleaner.
  • Cooking beef thoroughly to kill bacteria prevents food poisoning, and use a meat thermometer to check the temperature of the meat before serving.

Correct Cooking

  • Degrees Cook chicken to 165°F (73.9°C).
  • The meat is cooked to 160 F (71.1 C).
  • Steaks and equals should reach 145 degrees Fahrenheit. (62.8 c).
  • The pork should reach 160 degrees Fahrenheit. (71.1 c).
  • Cook the fish to 145 F (62.8 C).
  • Reheating meat may cause food poisoning.

Today we talked about ways to get rid of food poisoning in natural ways and by taking colon capsules, which greatly help you get rid of poisoning, but in the event that the symptoms increase, you should go immediately and see a specialist doctor.


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