HEARTBURN TRIGGER: GARLIC AND ONIONS
Replacement: For many wannabe gourmet chefs the thought of cooking without garlic or onions is completely incomprehensible – and thankfully you don’t need to give them up at all.
Dehydrated versions of both garlic and onion are both widely available and provide a comparable taste to their fresh counterparts, without the acidity that can trigger a bout of heartburn.
HEARTBURN TRIGGER: FRIED FOODS
Replacement: Fried food is a common heartburn trigger due to the high levels of fat.
Thankfully, fried food is also one of the easiest to replace in the diet.
There are plenty of simple and healthier ways to prepare your food - baking, grilling, poaching or roasting are less likely to give you heartburn so, next time you reach for the frying pan, think about alternate ways of cooking your food.
Foods that contain a high level of fat can slow the emptying of the stomach, increasing the chance of heartburn (acid reflux).2 The alternative option is to indulge in foods that are baked, grilled, poached or roasted instead.
Of course, if you do get heartburn, then Rennie is on hand to help. Rennie is a fast-acting, effective remedy for heartburn and indigestion.2,3 When heartburn hits, Rennie quickly gets to work to relieve painful symptoms. 6
Rennie’s antacid-based calcium carbonate and magnesium carbonate formula works fast, neutralising excess stomach acid, turning it into water and other natural substances7 to help keep your tummy happy.
Rennie gets to work directly on the cause of the problem - the acid in your stomach and acts physically rather than by entering the bloodstream.