If we experience acute diarrhea, abdominal pain, or nausea a few hours after eating, the suspicion is that food is the trigger. Here you will find tips for treatment and prevention.
1- Definition and difference from food infection
2- Symptoms and differentiation from gastrointestinal flu
3- When do I need to see a doctor?
5- Prevention in everyday life and when traveling
In harmless cases, we simply did not tolerate the food properly because it was too spicy, too hot or too greasy. However, around 200,000 people per year get food poisoning and this can be dangerous if left untreated.