Fight Food Poisoning

Toews, Victoria Dolby
September 2008
Natural Solutions;Sep2008, Issue 110, p54
The article provides tips on how to prevent food poisoning. Increased food poisoning is the second to the common cold in how frequently it strikes. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control cited most common contaminants including Salmonella from unwashed hands, Escherichia coli from undercooked beef and Campylobacter from undercooked poultry. Patricia Raymond, a physician, suggests drinking plenty of fluids to counteract dehydrating effects of vomiting and diarrhea. To prevent food-borne illness, items including calcium, probiotics, ginger and activated charcoal, should be available at home.


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