6. Foods to Avoid
Avoid higher fiber veggies like kale, broccoli, and cauliflower, which can cause bloating and gas; fried or greasy foods, alcohol, and coffee.
5. Keep Hydrated
When you are producing a lot of liquid or soft stool, you are losing a lot of fluids, so it is very important to not become too dehydrated. Make sure you are getting a minimum of eight glasses of water or replacement minerals like Gatorade. Try drinking ginger tea or chamomile tea, which is soothing to the intestinal tract and can be antispasmodic when you are having muscle spasms or pain.
4. Take Activated Charcoal
You may not have this easily available, but charcoal is used for food poisoning and can absorb the toxic or bad bacteria, and then you will flush out the offending substance in the stool. Take this for a maximum of three days only because it also absorbs the nutrients in your food.