Happy Eating for Busy Tummies Friday 29 June 2007 PDF Print Did you know that 4 in every 10 people in the UK regularly suffer with digestive discomfort such as bloating, indigestion and heartburn after rushing their meals? Maintaining a healthy digestive system is becoming increasingly difficult as we struggle to combine our busy lifestyles with eating sensibly. A free guide entitled HAPPY EATING FOR BUSY TUMMIES is now available to help, providing practical advice on how to eat healthily whilst on the go. If you would like to request a copy of the HAPPY EATING FOR BUSY TUMMIES guide, please contact me on 01903 821550 or email firstname.lastname@example.org Please find the press release below. Also we have survey results, case studies and experts available. If you are interested in writing a feature on digestive complaints, then what about the following: · Various feature ideas including: 1. Happy Eating for Busy Tummies Food Diary (why not keep a food diary for a week to see how much time you spend eating on the go) 2. A feature on digestive issues using Justin Timberlake as a topical peg (he was in the news this week requesting anti-wind pills for his indigestion) 3. A diet plan and advice feature providing hints and tips on how to eat well when you have a hectic schedule FREE GUIDE LAUNCHED TO PROMOTE HAPPY EATING FOR BUSY TUMMIES Maintaining a healthy digestive system is becoming increasingly difficult as we struggle to combine our busy lifestyles with eating sensibly. More than 4 in every 10 people in the UK regularly suffer with digestive discomfort such as bloating, indigestion and heartburn as a result of the demands of our hectic lives*. A free guide entitled HAPPY EATING FOR BUSY TUMMIES is now available to help, providing practical advice on how to eat healthily whilst on the go. The HAPPY EATING FOR BUSY TUMMIES guide, sponsored by the Setlers range of products for digestive discomfort, was written by leading nutritionist Dr Chris Fenn. It provides practical tips for eating well whilst on the move and addresses the causes of common digestive complaints such as spicy food and alcohol. The guide offers simple advice including the importance of planning your meals, avoiding foods that can irritate your stomach and solutions for eating on the run. Dr Chris Fenn, Accredited Nutritionist said: “Your tummy is your own personal furnace that works around the clock to keep your body running at peak performance. Yet, in today’s frantic world very few people have the time to look after their digestive system, often taking it for granted and putting up with any discomforts that result. However, by taking a few simple steps you will benefit from more energy and have the confidence and vitality to meet the demands of your busy lifestyle.” The HAPPY EATING FOR BUSY TUMMIES guide is available for free by calling 01484 848264 or e-mailing your name and postal address to email@example.com The Setlers range - including WindSetlers, Setlers Antacid and new Setlers Heartburn - is available from Tesco, Sainsbury’s and other leading supermarkets and pharmacies. Always read the label. * Source: UK Department of Health Statistics Kindest regards, Holly This press release was distributed by ResponseSource Press Release Wire on behalf of Pegasus Public Relations (Worthing) in the following categories: Entertainment & Arts, Health, Home & Garden, Women's Interest & Beauty, Food & Drink, Retail & Fashion, for more information visit http://pressreleasewire.responsesource.com/about.