In a move that might be tough for people to stomach, Health Canada said GlaxoSmithKline is recalling one set of Tums Peppermint Regular Strength tablets after some of them were found to contain fibreglass and other material, including paper and aluminum foil. .People might be gutted to learn the product is sold in a package of three rolls containing 12 tablets each and was distributed across Canada on October 25, according to a Wednesday press release. .The release said most people should not have their stomach in knots if consumed, as the fragments will pass through their digestive tracts without issue. .It said elderly people and people who have narrow areas in their intestines because of disease or surgery should have a pit in their stomach, as they could be at risk for injury. .Health Canada will be monitoring GlaxoSmithKline’s recall to assuage butterflies in people’s stomachs and will keep the public informed about updates. .The release said people should stop using the recalled product. It added they can contact their healthcare practitioner if they used the product and have concerns about their health. .They can report any health product adverse events or complaints to Health Canada.