How To Use 1 Teaspoon Of BAKING SODA To Repair Your Damaged Kidney Naturally
First you need to acknowledge what damaged your kidney before you try to fix it. You must understand what makes damage to your kidneys, and understand all conservative kidney repair treatments, so you can see the difference when you start to use baking soda.
Our body dissolves the food with the help of hormones and enzymes. They are products of our endocrine system. Sodium bicarbonate is produced by the kidneys and pancreas to help our body to dissolve and use the food that we consume. Major part the sodium is produced by our pancreas, which protects our kidneys from damage. In some cases, our kidneys can produce the larger part of sodium bicarbonate, but that depends from the type of food we consume. If our daily diet is consisted of unhealthy food rich with fat and sugar, the pancreas and kidneys will become overworked and sodium bicarbonate will be produced in smaller amounts resulting with kidney damage. Sodium bicarbonate neutralizes the acids in our body, protects the kidneys, and every other organs that can trigger the aging process.
A study conducted by the Royal London Hospital showed that baking soda can slow down the development of kidney stones. It was revealed that it can fix the damage of kidneys. People who suffer from kidney damage will no longer need dialysis thanks to the amazing effects of baking soda.
Patients who were treated with baking soda slowed down the process of kidney failure. The study lasted for 2 years, and only 6.5% of the participants still needed dialysis in the end. This is amazing when it’s compared to the 33% who needed dialysis when they participated in the study.
How to use baking soda?
On the first day, put half a teaspoon baking soda under the tongue to dissolve. Mix half a teaspoon of table salt and one teaspoon of soda with 1.5 liters of water, and consume it in the following days.
Source: Healthy Food Team
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