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Eating a carnivorous diet you do however run a much higher chance of getting ill (chicken is often reheated).Just remember, you may go a year and not have a problem or get ill on your first day in somewhere like Crete or Las Vegas.
If you have done it before, all this will sound pretty boring and obvious, like someone telling you how to get up and go to college or work.
And remember keep your own hands clean before you eat.
Some of the easiest places to get ill are where there are large numbers of tourists and the locals have adapted by offering western type food and/or a lot of food is saved, stored and re-heated. You might never have a problem in India, eating Indian food, but suffer in Nepal eating western style food.
The latter, the more severe form can be totally incapacitating and is normally coupled with vomiting.
Such may have you go through hell and back for at least 6-24 hours and will be a case of something more sinister such as the .
There seems to be two types: one that will come on suddenly (often in the middle of the night) and see you throwing up all night, feeling pretty shit the next day and that's it, and the other, much worse, will come on slower and last several days.
The difference is probably the strength of the poison, how well formed it was when ingested it and if viral or bacterial.
The dirty culprits are normally cooks not washing their hands after a trip to the toilet, but even if the restaurant cook does not understand basic hygiene you will be safe if your food has been properly cooked and arrives piping hot.
Whatever causes it or wherever it came from doesn't really matter - try to let diarrhoea pass through you with plenty of water, a basic diet and maybe try apple sliced very thin then left to turn brown.
The latter is more serious and could be something much nastier.
There are literary dozens of different strains of both and it's pointless to cover them here, but most encountered (normally bacterial) aren't too serious.
The bacteria responsible for diarrhoea and related symptoms normally die after 36 hours.