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    I ate some bad mussels the other night, with violent results. The only advice I could find for eating the next day was the traditional BRAT: Bananas, Rice, Applesauce and Toast. Ugh! What would Gork eat a day after eating a rogue mussel?


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    Two words. Bone broth. Use a crock pot if you have one,(a stock pot on the stove) and lots of good free range beef bones, chicken bones, shrimp shells, seaweed, 1 tbsp vinegar or lemon juice, onions, garlic, and any other veggies you like in broth, but really only the bones and acid are necessary. Cover with two parts water, and cook for 12-24 hrs, or however long you can wait. Full of minerals, easy to digest nutrition, and onions/garlic are great for getting at any residual bugs in the GI tract. This can be medicated with other herbs as well, I'd probably toss in turmeric and ginger too for digestive health and healing after an infection. Eat lightly until you are really hungry for food, and go for easy to digest protein sources like eggs. Baked apples or homemade applesauce might be good too, as long as it is made at home w/o sugar. I hope you feel better soon! Food poisoning is NO fun at all!

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      make some veggie soup,

      it'll help calm the stomach down and keep you feeling full.


      after food poisoning, one should always make sure the stomach gets good rest...drink plenty of water =)

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        Thanks for the advice! I hope I don't have to use it soon; I'm back to normal now.

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          If you aren't hungry, I would suggest eating nothing at all.


          Water Fasting is a great way to fight off disease.

          It kicks the immune system into overdrive.

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            I agree with a water fast and then bone broth sounds good for the next day.

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