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FEVER AFTER FOOD POISONING

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FEVER AFTER FOOD POISONINGFever after food poisoning is a natural reaction to the negative effects of toxins or other toxic substances. In addition, intoxication may manifest itself as diarrhea, nausea, vomiting, weakness, sluggishness, apathy and ache.

For the fastest recovery of the body, it is necessary to observe the proper day regimen and to normalize the nutrition.

It is important to keep feeding to a minimum on the first day after the poisoning. Meanwhile, it is necessary to drink liquids - water, black tea – as frequent as possible. The first symptoms of food poisoning are often over towards evening, on the assumption of the observance of the bland diet and plentiful drinking.

For recovery, it is recommended consumption of chicken soup, gruels, cooked with the water. In this case, boiled buckwheat, congee or semolina porridge would be great. It is allowed to eat small amounts of mashed potatoes but it is important that it is cooked without addition of milk and butter.

On the second day after poisoning, you should not overload the organs and systems of the gastrointestinal tract excessively but the diet could be diversified somewhat. The patient is recommended to consume white chicken meat without skin. It is allowed to cook steamed cutlets without pepper, garlic, onion and any other irritating condiments and spices.

Rice water showed itself to good advantage when food poisoning and intestinal infections, so it is quite possible to cook congee with the water on the second day.

It is important for the patient, not to consume kissel, juices, coffee, alcoholic beverages, preserved food, chocolate, fried, spicy, salty, fatty products for the first few days after the poisoning. In addition, the patient is not recommended to consume fruit, especially grapes, plums and pears.

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