Heartburn is the name given to the burning feeling or heat that begins in your chest or throat and rises upwards to the throat.
Acid reflux is the reverse passage of gastric contents into the oesophagus (‘food pipe’) which can cause heartburn.
Indigestion, also known as dyspepsia, is a general term for pain or discomfort felt after meals in the stomach region, associated with difficulty in digesting food.
Trapped wind is a very common condition causing pain or discomfort around the digestive system, usually due to a build up of pressure in your stomach or abdomen.
Heartburn is very common during pregnancy especially during the third trimester. Heartburn affects 22% of women in the first trimester, 39% in the second and 72% in the last.
Check out this super tasty Wild Mushroom & Asparagus Risotto, as the first part to The Science of Cooking series in partnership with Haste’s Kitchen.
This super indulgent treat is seriously good and rammed full of a little bit of everything! Gooey salted caramel, mixed chocolate, salted nuts, pretzels, Oreos and finished off as snap of bits of bark.
A different take on a popular London street food recipe - crunchy, deep fried Halloumi dusted in sumac,with zesty Za'atar yogurt and pomegranate molasses, These are so, so good and a cracking little snack or starter.
A quintessential British favourite and one that shouldn’t need a phone call to the local takeaway. It’s so easy to make this yourself!
Breakfast is widely regarded as the most important meal of the day - but many of us skip it because we'd rather push the snooze button and have an extra five minutes in bed.
Quite often, the terms acid reflux and indigestion are used interchangeably without fully understanding the differences between the two.
Stress can be a major contributor to heartburn or indigestion – which is all the more reason to adopt healthy ways of dealing with stress.
Heartburn is an extremely uncomfortable experience that affects thousands of people across Britain on a daily basis.