food fever

food fe·ver

a disorder seen primarily in childhood, consisting of a sudden rise of temperature accompanied by marked digestive disturbances, which lasts from a few days to several weeks; believed to be a form of food poisoning.

food fever

(1) Diet-induced thermogenesis.
(2) A nonspecific term for a febrile (possibly immune-mediated) response of uncertain nature following ingestion of certain foods.

food fe·ver

(fūd fēvĕr)
Disorder seen primarily in childhood, consisting of a sudden rise of temperature accompanied by marked digestive disturbances, of days to weeks.