Baking Soda Can SAVE YOUR LIFE! Here’s how

Usually we use baking soda for cooking and cleaning the jewelry, but this white powder is very important for our health and may even help in extending our life.

Scientist from the University of Utah found in their latest research that older people who have low concentration of bicarbonate in their body have a 25 percent higher risk of premature death. According to the results published in the “American Journal of Clinical Nephrology” scientist claim that increased levels of bicarbonate can extend life.

A team of scientists researched how are changes in pH, carbon dioxide and bicarbonate levels associated with the lifetime of healthy elderly person. The researchers have analyzed data from 2,287 study participants with whom they started working with back in 1997.

Lack of bicarbonate is the world’s most non recognizable medical condition, despite being very common. Baking soda is responsible for oxygen transportation. It dilates blood vessels and easily releases oxygen to the tissues, which means it increases pH value e.g., alkalinity. Increased pH value of urine prevents crystallization of urinary tract.

It has been found that uric acid causes diabetes, heart disease, heart attack, gouty arthritis, kidney stones. Uric acid also creates toxic compounds that speed up the complications of diabetes and ultimately lead to cancer.

An overly acidic environment causes cellular degeneration, which eventually leads to serious health problems such as diabetes, cancer, osteoporosis and cardiovascular diseases. The fact that biological life works best in non-acidified (alkaline) conditions clearly speaks in favor of the usefulness of baking soda.

What is the cheapest and easiest way to prevent this?

  • Baking Soda!

A very useful way to maintain a healthy alkaline body is eating half or one teaspoon of baking soda, dissolved in water, per day. Do not drink it during meals or one hour before your meal because your stomach needs a certain acidity to effectively carry out its functions.

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