2. Loss Of Appetite
When your intestines are infected and you don’t feel right, you may also lose your appetite. When the digestive tract isn’t working as it should, it can send a signal to the rest of the body to stop sending it food. Many people also experience pain and nausea that makes it hard to eat or want to eat.
You need to keep food moving through your body and waste moving through your bowels to help remove the infection from the intestines and get rid of it sooner. Even if you don’t feel hungry, you should still eat small meals. Try to eat meals that are healthy and are likely to help your body fight off the infection. Avoid dairy and sugar if possible and try to eat plenty of vegetables and lean proteins. You may also want to take vitamins that can work their way through your body and help make your immune system stronger.