Summer Foods: Don’t Feel the Heartburn

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Ever chow down at a family picnic, come home, shower, lie down, and feel a burning pain in your chest and acid crawling up your throat like a red-hot snake? These are symptoms of the ever-popular heartburn more than two days a week. Half of those get it daily.

Although it has become the staple of commercials and sitcoms, aspirin, pain meds, , or iron, be extra cautious. These can set off heartburn.

Other ways to help drench your heartburn include:

If you get heartburn daily, despite lifestyle and eating changes, Liddle suggests consulting a physician.