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It's something of a lottery with food preparation, storage and hygiene (including yours) the key factors.Chances are you will probably get some form of diarrhoea at some time during a long trip.It is about the simple things you may deal with on a day to day basis (especially if you are heading to poorer or developing countries).These are lessons you will learn quickly yourself and start to learn to get the best from and optimise to your advantage.
Nonetheless if you are new to travel, independent travel or travel in more challenging parts of the world (undeveloped) knowing it in advance should make your trip less daunting.
Best advice: don't get paranoid about food poisoning otherwise it can cloud a trip and your experiences of some great food.
Just allow time for it, and take the rough with the smooth, as it were - there is very little you can do about it once the poison is inside you apart from avoiding dehydration (Gatorade type sports drinks are much easier to drink than water and will replace a little energy/salt), get plenty of rest and let it come out of you (in whatever form - severe and continual vomiting that is preventing you from keeping water down and/or retching for long periods can be treated by tablets or an injection; either way consult a doctor if symptoms are persisting.
The bacteria responsible for diarrhoea and related symptoms normally die after 36 hours.
If it lasts longer than this, chances are you have nothing serious, but something treatable, for instance giardia (indicated by severe flatulence, stomach cramps and sulphurous belching) which is cured by Flagyl (Metronidazole) - see a pharmacist.