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How to Avoid Getting Sick During the Holidays — 12 Tips from Doctors Slideshow

The Daily Meal Logo By Michael Serrur of The Daily Meal | Slide 1 of 12: <p>Gorging yourself on holiday treats leaves you sluggish and a little heavier, but <a href="http://drexel.edu/medicine/Faculty/Profiles/Neilanjan-Nandi/"><strong>Dr. Neilanjan Nandi</strong></a>, gastroenterologist and assistant professor at Drexel University College of Medicine, warns that overeating for one meal can lead to severe acid reflux. Nandi suggests that if you are prone to reflux to take your time and consume smaller portions, drink more water, and chew your food slower. </p>

Avoid Overeating

Gorging yourself on holiday treats leaves you sluggish and a little heavier, but Dr. Neilanjan Nandi, gastroenterologist and assistant professor at Drexel University College of Medicine, warns that overeating for one meal can lead to severe acid reflux. Nandi suggests that if you are prone to reflux to take your time and consume smaller portions, drink more water, and chew your food slower.

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