Keep it light!
Avoid solid foods until you stop vomiting. When your appetite returns, try eating small, light portions and soft, bland foods such as rice or bread. And don’t forget to drink plenty of fluids - sipping little and often - to keep hydrated!
Remember the Four Cs
Cleaning (sterilised work surfaces and utensils will help to kill off harmful bacteria and viruses), Cooking (thorough cooking will destroy any bacteria that may have made its way into your food), Chilling (the correct refrigeration temperature will stop bacteria from growing and multiplying), and avoiding Cross-contamination (when germs are transferred from foods to foods — either directly, by dripping onto or touching, or indirectly from hands or kitchen utensils).
Wash your hands regularly!
Frequent handwashing with germ protection soap - especially after going to the toilet, before preparing food, and before and after eating - will improve hand hygiene and help to prevent the spread of food poisoning to you and your loved ones.