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What helps food poisoning?

 

 

Stay hydrated and replenish the fluids your body is losing to diarrhea or vomiting.

Properly restore electrolytes by drinking beverages like Pedialyte, Ceralyte, or Oralyte to prevent dehydration. Sports drinks like Gatorade should not be used because they do not restore the necessary balance.

If you're able to keep down fluids do, slowly introduce foods that are easy to digest like bananas, rice, applesauce, and toast; commonly referred to as the ‘BRAT’ diet.

To help keep yourself more comfortable and prevent dehydration while you recover, try the following:

  • Rest

  • Let your stomach settle, stop eating and drinking for a few hours

  • Try sucking on small ice chunks, or taking small sips of water

  • Slowly ease back into eating solid foods

  • Avoid certain foods and substances until you're feeling better

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