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While Thanksgiving may be over here in Canada, the holidays are just getting started. That means plenty of family gatherings, parties and more big meals! If you ask me, indigestion is the fastest way to ruin the memory of a delicious holiday meal! Who wants to follow up the memory of that last bite of delicious cheesecake or grandma’s apple pie with a memory of clutching your stomach in pain afterward?
Unfortunately, the way we tend to over-indulge during the holiday season, indigestion is pretty much a given if we don’t take measures to prevent it! Even if you’re careful not to overindulge, rich desserts and savory foods can still leave you with bloating, heartburn and cramps. Fortunately, Diovol Liquid™ and Ovol™ softgels can help beat back indigestion and leave you with nothing but good memories!
Head off Indigestion with Diovol
Diovol Liquid™ and Ovol™ softgels are ideal to prepare you and your guests for holiday feasts and overstuffed bellies. Diovol Liquid™ acts as a neutralizer and buffer to counter all excess stomach acid that leads to heartburn and indigestion. This antacid comes in mint, tropical fruit and aluminum-free.
For a similar fast-relief solution, Ovol™ is also available for those wanting to specifically target abdominal pain and discomfort caused by gas. This means you can combat the unbearable feeling of being over-stuffed or bloated, and more importantly, not regret that one extra slice of pumpkin pie you had after dinner. Plus, you don’t have to worry about embarrassing gas clearing out your guests before you’re ready for them to leave!
Avoid the hassle and discomfort of a stubborn stomach. This year, don’t be distracted by the funny noises your stomach makes and let your family do all the talking. Keep both Diovol Liquid™ and Ovol™ softgels on hand to help avoid indigestion. I suggest keeping a stash in your purse for all those parties you go to, as well as a stock in your own medicine cabinet for when you’re the host. Trust me, your guests will thank you!
What is your favorite rich holiday meal that tends to lead to indigestion? Do you have any other tips on how to prevent it?