Food poisoning treatment
Proper nutrition is very important in the case of poisoning for recovery. In addition, you must be very careful not to aggravate the situation. Of course it’s not about the consumption of any food during the painful sensation after the poisoning.
Let us consider a restoring diet, which can be used when the organism grows strong a little.
The first thing to remember, do not limit yourself in the fluid. After all, water is able to remove toxins from the body and replenish the mineral balance. In the first few days after the poisoning it is recommended to drink not very strong warm green tea or usual boiled water. It is important to bear in mind that you should drink in small portions, about a half cup at a time. Thus, you will avoid retching.
There are cases when you want something salty after poisoning. This means that the body needs chlorine ions and sodium. There is a simple way to fill this need, which will help you – mix one teaspoon of salt in a glass of warm purified water.
Potassium ions can be replenished, if you make a vegetable broth or stewed fruit without sugar.
It is necessary to eat fractionally: often, but in small portions.
These are the basic simple rules and recommendations. But you can also use a special diet.
The approximate menu in the case of poisoning:
During the first week, your menu should consist of fruit compote and rye rusks.
For the second week you can consider such a variant of nutrition:
Breakfast: 150 grams of oatmeal cooked in low-fat milk or water, a slice of dried bread, a glass of tea.
Lunch: One glass of fruit compote, one banana and white bread rusks.
Lunch: 150 grams of vegetable soup, 50 grams of steamed meatballs, fruit compote, rusks.
Snack: 50 grams of unsalted crackers, warm green tea with a spoon of fresh honey.
Dinner: one – two meatballs with rice, one cup of fruit compote.
Before going to bed: 150 grams of compote of dried fruits and half a teaspoon of liquid honey.
When you feel that your state of health is improving, during the third – the fourth week, you can eat only vegetables. It is recommended to use pastry and other flour goodies not earlier than in the fourth week. Such products as porridge, canned foods, cooked sausages, pickles and cutlets are allowed to eat after the fifth – sixth week.