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Can food eaten more recently be eliminated faster than food eaten further in the past? (the more recent food pass the older food and come out first)?

Can food eaten more recently be eliminated faster than food eaten further in the past? (the more recent food pass the older food and come out first)?

No line jumps: Intake passes through the intestines sequentially, so first in is first out, no 'in process' delays or storage. ...Read more

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How salty is food in india in general?

How salty is food in india in general?

Varies tremendously : India was not one country until after wwii. It was a series of principalities and kingdoms- each with their own language and customs - including, of course, their own foods based on what was available etc. So the food varies throughout. Your question would be the same as if i asked "how salty is european food?" which varies from bland to very depending on country and dish... ...Read more

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Critical. Diarr hea. After eating fcooked food. In fridge not freezer?

Get to urgent care: Go to an ER if needed - this can be serious untreated and relatively simple if treated well. Don't think about it - go! We who attain a certain age need to be careful if we want it to go on increasing well. ...Read more

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Feeling ill after eating leftover chinese food that was reheated in the plastic to-go container. Upset stomach, gas, bad taste in mouth. What's wrong?

Feeling ill after eating leftover chinese food that was reheated in the plastic to-go container. Upset stomach, gas, bad taste in mouth. What's wrong?

Toxin: Food poisoning from bacterial toxins cause almost immediate symptoms. Symptoms that should prompt one to seek medical attention: frequent vomiting and inability to replace fluids. signs of dehydration (excessive thirst, little urination, weakness, lightheadedness), blood in vomit or stool, diarrhea for more than 3 days, fever higher than 101.5F, or extreme pain with abdominal cramping. ...Read more

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Eat salt food don't have any taste in mouth after?

Eat  salt food don't have any taste in  mouth after?

For a little bit: the salt numbs out the nerves, including taste buds, but this is very temporary. ...Read more

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Pain, change of color in excrement and diarrhea ate griled meat yesterday.

Pain, change of color in excrement and diarrhea ate griled meat yesterday.

Hello, : Hello, what color is the feces? How severe is the pain on a 1 to 10 scale? Where on the abdomen is the pain? ...Read more

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Is frozen food low in sodium and calories bad?

Is frozen food low in sodium and calories bad?

Frozen food: It seems that frozen dinners purchased at a market may have ingredients that are not healthy; however, frozen fruit is fine; frozen veg are fine; frozen meats are fine; Low salt packaging seems decent. ...Read more

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In foreign country. Cramps, diarrhea, feeling like full of gas, bad cramps at night. Ate the food here..

Travellers diarrhea: Ensure adequate hydration. May use ant diarrhea. Drink boiled water and eat well cooked meals. If symptoms persist seek help as some food borne illness like Typhoid may be prevalent in some areas. ...Read more

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In 2011, a nuclear plant in japan leaked. How likely are comestic products manufactured japan in 2011 to be found with radioactive contamination?

In 2011, a nuclear plant in japan leaked. How likely are comestic products manufactured japan  in 2011 to be found with radioactive contamination?

Radiation: Very much unlikely. There are both japanese and international agencies that would be monitoring this. I would believe you are fine to use your products of choice. ...Read more

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Ate at rural town, no food poisoning but I am shaky, pain in joints, both warm and cold, trouble sleeping and disgusted by food and smell. Lead poison?

Ate at rural town, no food poisoning but I am shaky, pain in joints, both warm and cold, trouble sleeping and disgusted by food and smell. Lead poison?

May be getting: The "flu". Acute lead poisoning is somewhat uncommon and usually presents with pain, muscle aches, weakness and confusion, but also frequently with upper and lower GI symptoms. ...Read more

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Modified barium swallow. Scared to eat the food haven't ate solids in 4 weeks. Do I have to eat the food? Are they prepared for an emergency?

Modified barium swallow. Scared to eat the food haven't ate solids in 4 weeks. Do I have to eat the food? Are they prepared for an emergency?

Yes: They will be prepared for emergencies, they probably do this test every day on all types of patients. You should try to eat the foods, otherwise the test might not provide the answers your doctor needs. Don't worry, they will start off with small amounts, and then vary it as you are able to tolerate. ...Read more

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It is ok to heat food in those plastic frozen food containers?

Microwave: Don't heat plastic containers in the oven as they can melt ruining the food and creating a fire risk. Most containers are microwave safe, but check the label. ...Read more

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I often bring home food from restaurants. Is it OK to leave food in the takeout containers?

It's probably safe to leave food in takeout containers: The key is to store food in a shallow container that can be sealed when it's cooled. These practices help keep bacteria out. Here's another safety tip: Don't let prepared food sit out — in your car or on the counter — for more than two hours. If you’re someplace hot (more than 90 F or 32 C) reduce that time to one hour. Bacteria can grow rapidly in food that's unrefrigerated. And some bacteria make a poison or toxin that can make you ill, hence the term "food poisoning. " If you don't plan on eating takeout food immediately, you have two choices. You can keep it hot in a preheated oven at an internal temperature of 140 F (60 C) or higher. Or you can divide food into smaller portions, place in shallow containers and refrigerate. Plan to reheat the food to a temperature of 165 F (74 C) just before serving. ...Read more

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Ate food that was heated in plastic bowl in microwave will it cause cancer scared?

Ate food that was heated in plastic bowl in microwave will it cause cancer scared?

No need to be scared: Knowledge is power, so there is no need to be scared. Just read up, look up in the Google or talk to someone who knows a bit about Medicine. You are advised not to use plastic containers as the heat generated in a microwave can melt the plastic which is potentially harmful to your health. Yet there is no proof that it will cause cancer. So do not worry about the past, yet be smarter for the future ...Read more