*I have received information, product, and materials from McNeil Consumer Pharmaceuticals Co., the makers of PEPCID®. The opinions stated are my own. This is a sponsored post for Mom It Forward.*
This year we are doing summer right! We are logging serious hours playing in the sand and surf at the beach, swimming at the pool until our fingers look like raisins, and playing outside until the fireflies come out. Along with all of this summer fun has been a lot of great good. Now, I am not one of those people that takes pictures of their food and posts them online, but come on, friends, just look at what I have been chowing down on the past few weeks!
All of this food has been amazingly yummy, but I’ve been paying for this super rich food in the gym and with ridiculous heartburn. Ugh, it’s awful. One night I actually tried sleep sitting up because I was so uncomfortable. Because, you know, nothing says restful sleep like sleeping in the upright position.
After another round of over indulging in amazing dinner and paying for it with heartburn, I ran straight to the medicine cabinet. You know the drill: this one requires you take a million chalky tablets (Gross) , this one says to take the pill before you get heartburn (What? How can you even plan that?), or one that takes hours to start working (Not even useful). None of these are helpful. So when the nice people at Pepcid suggested I try Pepcid complete for those delicious eating after effects, I was tempted. When they told me one chewable tablet works in seconds, the tablets taste great and lasts all day, I said “stop talking and give me the bottle.”
After taking just one chewable tablet I felt sweet relief. No more sleeping sitting up for this gal! Good because this is what I ate the next week:
No big deal because the food was so good and this time I had Pepcid Complete to save me from the wrath of heartburn.
Did you know that almost every person experiences heartburn and 25 million adults experience heartburn every day! Connect with Pepcid #Tastemakers here and on Facebook to join in on the conversation and learn about triggers and how you can stop relieve your heartburn and get back to some of the food I’ve been over indulging in!