5 Christmas Foods You Didn’t Know Were Giving You Heartburn

Some of these delectable dishes can potentially disrupt your digestion.

It’s pretty easy to let your appetite get the better of you on Christmas Day and that’s when heartburn’s likely to strike.

That burning sensation in the upper part of your chest is a common symptom of acid reflux and can affect just about anyone, and more often than not it’s brought on by over-indulging in a few select types of foods.

For some people the gifts don’t matter; it’s all about the extravagant dinners. Nibbling on crunchy nuts, tucking in to a golden turkey slathered in hot gravy, and melt-in-the-mouth pudding pleasures are what matters. However, you’ve got to be careful, because some of these delectable dishes can potentially disrupt your digestion.

Fortunately we’ve teamed up with our friends at Nexium Control® to point out the worst offenders on the festive menu and offer up some tasty alternatives ahead of the big day.

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