The dangers of Christmas dinner
• Christmas 2008 saw the UK consume approximately 10 million turkeys, 25 million Christmas puddings, 250 million pints of beer and 35 million bottles of wine
• It's estimated there are 956 calories in an average Christmas dinner and 48g of fat (UK Department of Health Estimated Average Requirements are a daily calorie intake of 1940 calories per day for women and 2550 for men)
It’s no surprise that when Christmas comes around our normal eating habits go out of the window as we overindulge in a diet of rich festive food and drink. This sudden change in diet can often result in tummy troubles such as heartburn and indigestion that can lead to painful not to mention embarrassing consequences.
Treating tummy troubles – which treatment?
• According to a recent study, 89% of people are confused about what remedy they should take to treat heartburn and indigestion
Many people are unaware that there are four different types of remedy available to treat heartburn and indigestion. Choosing your remedy carefully is very important; the wrong choice can lead to prolonged, unnecessary suffering and may even trigger further health problems.
Remedy heartburn and indigestion
For more information on the different types of treatment choices available for heartburn and indigestion, case studies or expert advice and digestive health tips, please contact Nikki Button at Spink, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01444 484888
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