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2 Miracle Food Poisoning Remedies That You Should Know

Updated on October 17, 2011

2 Miracle Food Poisoning Remedies That You Should Know

Yesterday, I went out to a restaurant with my buddies. We decided to treat ourselves to a nice meal due to a recent success on a personal project that we took on over the last year. We took our seats and waited for someone to serve us. A waitress came by and took our orders. My buddy got some pasta dish--I think it was some kind of Fettuccine Alfredo. I decided to get their amazing surf and turf. I was so impatient, but the food eventually got to us. I ate it so quickly. However, by the end of the night I was starting to feel a rumbling in my tummy. All of a sudden I bolted to the toilet. I had the runs. What happened? I got food poisoning. I needed a remedy right away. My friend told me of 2 interesting food poisoning remedies.

What causes food poisoning?

Food poisoning occurs because of several reasons. The first is the bacteria that resides on the food that you consume. Second, is the temperature of the area that the bacteria was living on (make sure your food never reaches the temperature 4 degrees to 58 degrees). Last, time and how much there is for the bacteria to grow. These three elements can be the cause of a very sore tummy and know .

Now for the food poisoning remedies I tried... (How to treat food poisoning right below!)

Tasty Apple Cider Vinegar

So a few minutes after the food poisoning showed its ugly head, I needed a remedy, my friend blurted this out to me. He basically said, "Apple cider vinegar equals a happy tummy." I told him to run to the store and pick some up. When I returned, I took 1 table spoon of the stuff. Wow, the taste is so interesting--you will see. In my head I thought he was full of it. However, to my surprise, in about 10 to 20 minutes I was cured. Really? This stuff is amazing.

I then asked my friend, if this didn't work, what food poisoning remedies would you have used ? He said well there is only one, activated charcoal.

Activated Charcoal

He said that he had food poisoning one night and tried this remedy. The activated charcoal helped control all his vomiting and diarrhea almost instantly. It apparently absorbed all the bad bacteria in his stomach. Not really sure, but he said it worked.

There you have it, your food poisoning remedies. If your sickness get worst or these remedies do not work for you, I really recommend that you go see a doctor--just my little tip. You don't want to lose all your fluids and wither away into nothing because of bad food. There is so much of life to see still. Well, until next time.


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