Does drinking alcohol stop food poisoning?

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It is not caused by harmful bacteria within the alcohol itself. Although there is evidence to suggest that consuming alcohol with a meal can reduce the drinker's chance of suffering from food poisoning, consuming alcohol after symptoms have appeared will not make them go away.Jan 22, 2017
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