Answer: If someone was to eat polluted food, they would soon have a mild or severe case of food poisoning. This could then lead to serious health problems, like hormonal and metabolism problems, and sometimes certant types of cancer.
Answer: If there are no other symptoms (stomach or chest pain, swelling of the abdomen, constipation (for more than a week), fever, etc), then, unless it re-occurs it can probably be ignored.
If it reoccurs or you have any other symtoms then see your doctor a.s.a.p. - there are a number of conditions that can cause this - some serious. If you are not sure or are worried about it - always see your doctor.
Answer: Because, when you have eaten, your stomach begins to digest. Sometimes, while it is digesting, it will make funny sounds. This does not mean that you need more to eat, simply that your stomach is doing its job.
Also the sugars have not shut off the "hunger" receptors in the brain yet.
Answer: No. Some food poisoning may require hours before enough bacteria are present to cause symptoms. In fact, that is typical. Salmonella, one of the most common food poisonings generally does not manifest until 24 hours after ingestion.
Answer: Much of the nutrients are absorbed by the small intestine, where the surface area is minimized by the villi, which absorbs the "soup" of food that has been digested by the duodenum, the stomach, and the mouth. The soup is absorbed by diffusion and reaches either the lacteal or capillaries. Lacteal carries fat, and blood vessels carries everything else such as glucose. The absorbed nutrients can now be used by the body.
Answer: the rich would mainly eat meat eg: bustard, beaver,rabbit,ect. they would drink cider , beer, and wine all the time.so did the peasants but they ate black bread and vegetables. there were no potatoes, other than that every other veg existed they would eat this as soup and would have fruit for desert whereas the rich would have pies.