The most important thing to do during and after food poisoning is to maintain hydration and replace electrolytes. It’s always important to share with your doctor and pharmacist all of the medications you are taking. Here are a few important guidelines on what to eat after food poisoning.

Sports drinks that contain electrolytes

Liquid intake is crucial in helping your body fight off food poisoning. Body tends to lose fluids briskly by vomiting and diarrhea so replacement of these fluids is certainly required. Sports drinks that contain electrolytes are the best way to prevent dehydration.

Electrolyte

Ginger tea

Slice one small piece of ginger and add them to one cup of water. Boil the water for a few minutes, strain it and add some honey, your Ginger tea is ready. Ginger is known to soothe the stomach. Its antibacterial properties help your body combat the pathogens that are causing your body’s reaction.

Ginger-tea

Applesauce

applesauce contains less fiber than whole apples, which usually makes apples a better choice, but not when you’re dealing with an upset stomach. With applesauce, you’re getting something that’s good for you in the easiest to digest way possible. Applesauce also contains pectin, that can help with diarrhea.

Applesauce

Activated charcoal

Activated charcoal is used to treat stomach pains from gas, diarrhea, or other stomach issues. Not to be confused with the briquettes in your backyard grill, activated charcoal capsules are believed to quickly detoxify the human body and kill dangerous bacteria.

activated-charcoal-capsules

Bananas

Potassium and sodium are the main ones your body needs, and they work together to help your body retain water for optimal hydration. Bananas have no fat, cholesterol, or sodium, but are full of fiber, vitamin C, vitamin B6, folate, potassium, and complex carbohydrates. A banana is simple to digest, which makes it easy on the stomach.

Bananas