At-Home Supports to Counter Mild Food Poisoning

What’s in My Cupboard

As the snow flurries will be making their appearance at any time in northern Alberta, many people will be planning their sunny vacations going South, or they will be embarking on extended stays in such warmer climates.  This can mean eating out a bit more in restaurants, perhaps upping the risk of eating food that just doesn’t sit well, or worse, eating food that causes symptoms of food poisoning.  Of course this can happen even when you’re in the comfort of your own home, which is what recently happened to me.  I had the insight to share what I keep around in my pantry to support the natural reaction by the body to rid itself of a foreign agent from “tainted” food.  

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