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Diet Care for Food-Borne Illness

Food poisoning typically occurs when pathogens contaminate food or drinking water. Though uncomfortable, food poisoning is relatively common. The main symptoms of food poisoning are vomiting, diarrhea, and upset stomach. When a person reintroduces food after a bout of food poisoning, the goal is to eat foods that are easy to digest. This may mean following a diet for an upset stomach known as the BRAT diet. Also, a bland, low-fat, and low-fiber foods help to replace lost electrolytes. It is important to avoid fatty foods, carbonated drinks, caffeinated drinks, fried and junk food as these can irritate the stomach and may trigger the problem.

Vegetables
To Avoid To Consume
Broccoli Asparagus
Brussels sprouts carrots and summer squash
cauliflower Turnips
Corn Pumpkin
peas Potatoes
peppers Onion
radishes and spinach Zucchini
Sweet potatoes Bitter guard
Lettuce Ridge guard
Green leafy vegetable Ash guard
Mushroom Round guard
Cereals
Barley Wheat flour
Bran White rice
Oatmeal Semolina
Whole wheat bread Vermicelli
Brown rice Rice flakes
Pulses
Whole pulses Yellow lentil
Soybean and its products -
Dried and frozen pulses -
Fruits
All canned and packaged fruits Banana with curd
Strawberries Lemon
Pineapples Steamed apple
Litchi -
- Raspberries and Peaches.
Diary Products
Whole milk and cream Buttermilk
Full-fat yoghurt Low-fat curd
Cream cheese low fat yoghurt (mix with mashed banana)
Condensed milk,  Skimmed milk -
Cottage cheese -
Non-Veg
Meat -
Fish fried -
prawns -
lobster -
crab -
lean beef -
pork -
lamb -
ham -
Spices
Red chili powder Fennel
Peppers Turmeric
- Mint
- Black pepper
Oils & Fats
Unsaturated fats Cow ghee
Cream Mustard oil
Palm oil Olive oil
Coconut oil Soybean oil
Butter Rice bran oil
Dry Fruits
Cashew nuts -
Peanuts -
Flax seed -
Sesame seeds -
Drinks
Milk Homemade soup
Soya milk Lime water
Alcohol Lemon water
packaged soup and canned fruit juices -
Caffeinated drinks -

Diet Chart For Food Poisoning

Early Morning

One glass of lukewarm water

Breakfast

Veg upma / Veg Dalia / Veg Vermicelli (Sewian) / Veg poha

Mid-Morning

Buttermilk / Coconut water / Lemon water / Banana with curd

Lunch

Veg khichri / Chapatti/ Veg pulao / Boiled rice / Vegetable with Dal and Curd

Evening

Herbal tea / Green tea / Banana with curd

Before Dinner

Home-made Soup / Coconut water

Dinner

Veg khichri / Boiled rice / Dal

Important Tips

  • Skipping of meals should be avoided, especially the breakfast
  • Wash fruits and vegetables thoroughly.
  • Water intake should be increased at least 8-10 glass regularly
  • Wash your hands properly with an antiseptic soup before eating and cooking.
  • Whole fruit should be preferred to fruit juices.
  • Cleanliness and hygiene should be maintained.