New Zealand Woman’s Weekly

Eater’s digest!

That horrible burning feeling you can get after eating isn’t pleasant. But is it heartburn or indigestion?

If it feels like your chest is on fire after you’ve eaten, you probably put it down to indigestion or heartburn. But what’s the difference between the two, and how do you make that nasty sensation go away?

The terms heartburn and indigestion are often used to describe similar symptoms but they are actually different conditions. Indigestion is

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