As much due to eating food of doubtful freshness as to indulgence in fruit or frozen dishes, food poisoning is frequently described as “a little gut infection” or “bad indigestion”.
It may involve a temperature, combined with digestive disorders such as nausea, vomiting, diarrhoea, and abdominal pains. It is normally resolved quickly and without aftereffects, but close attention should be paid to young children, the aged, and those with weak immune systems.
- Drink. drink, drink – water, bouillon, Coca-Cola. Drink plenty, but only a little at a time
- You should ‘refuel’ gradually, choosing easily digested foods
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