Doctors have spoken separately about the truth behind chemotherapy – that 97% of the time it doesn’t even work.
Chemotherapy and indeed the pharmaceutical industry, in general, is big business. Drug companies are among the richest in the world, they sell the idea of ‘health’ too sick people much in the same way a diet soda is sold to people in the hope that it will help them lose weight.
Cancer is very much a disease of ‘our time’, and most doctors will tell you that one of the easiest ways to avoid it is by holding a good diet and a healthy lifestyle.
For the unfortunate ones who develop cancer, when visiting a doctor there are only limited options available to them.
They usually cut cancer out – good news, cancer in that part of the body has gone, but the body has previously been a cancer-creating environment. The root cause of cancer must be realized before the person can be cured.
But instead of thinking about the cause of cancer, the doctors are all too happy to sell patients cancer drugs that turn them a profit.
In the video, Peter Glidden, BS, ND talks about how low the success rates for chemotherapy are, and the insanity in which this medicine is not working for the patients, but instead making money for the doctors.
“Why is it still used? There’s one reason, and one reason only,”
He outlines that for most drugs, the doctors prescribing them don’t get a cut of any sales they make, but chemotherapy drugs are different.
There has never to this day been one decided upon ‘cure’ for cancer, but there are many testimonies of people who claim they cured their cancer by changing their diet and their lifestyle. These holistic stories are ridiculed by doctors even though of course, they make perfect sense. The doctors do not want people treating themselves.
“Chemotherapeutic drugs are the only classification of drugs that the prescribing doctor gets a direct cut off,”
“The only reason chemotherapy is used is because doctors make money from it — period. It doesn’t work 97 percent of the time. If Ford Motor Company made an automobile that exploded 97 percent of the time, would they still be in business?” “No.”
In another video, a different doctor has a similar tale to tell. Naturopathic doctor Leonard Coldwell talks about the destructive nature of chemotherapy and that patients appear ‘cured’ of their cancer, because not only did the radiation kill cancer, it also scorched a bunch of otherwise healthy cells in its destructive path.
“You killed basically every bioelectrical and biochemical function in the body,”
“Since nothing works anymore, for three years, you have no cancer, you’re cured. You’re just dead in five years.”
He then goes on to mention the cynical way in which doctors are forced to treat cancer patients and the problems within the medical profession.
“You go into the medical profession, the first year, the first two years, you’re really excited, you’re really in it, you’re giving your all until you find out no matter what you do the patient gets worse, or they cure themselves.”
Sodium bicarbonate, commonly known as baking soda, is a chemical compound typically found in the form of a fine powder.
It has salty and alkaline taste and a wide range of uses, from shampoo, deodorant, cleaning agent, and toothpaste to medical practices.
This fine powder had been used by ancient Egyptians to create a pain for their hieroglyphics while the real factory developing baking soda was established in 1846 by two eminent bakers from New York.
– Baking soda raises pH levels
– Paste made with baking soda and water treats allergic reactions from ivy poison
– Baking soda helps remove splinters
– Solution made with baking soda and water creates a potent antacid
– Baking soda inhibits the progression of kidney failure
Being produced by the pancreas in order to protect the kidneys, sodium bicarbonate is critical for our health. When these organs lack bicarbonate production, acid accumulates in our bodies, requiring a treatment to remove this acid build-up.
How to Repair Your Kidneys Naturally Using Baking Soda (and why you should)
On the first day, you should dissolve half a teaspoon of baking soda under the tongue. The following day, mix half a teaspoon of baking soda and half a teaspoon of salt into 1.5 liter of water. Drink this solution daily over the course of two to three days.
According to Dr. Thomas P. Kennedy, “Substituting a sodium bicarbonate solution for saline infusion prior to administration of radiocontrast material seems to reduce the incidence of nephropathy.”
Nearly 3 million people suffer from chronic kidney disease in U.K alone. While only an estimate, nearly 38,000 of these patients need renal replacement therapy which costs $45,165 (£30,000) annually.
The first controlled test was done at the Whitechapel hospital in Royal London, showing that baking soda can drastically slow down the effects of kidney disease. As stated by the team leader, a Professor of Renal Medicine named Magdi Yaqoob,
‘This is the first randomized controlled study of its kind.’
‘A simple remedy like sodium bicarbonate (baking soda), when used appropriately, can be very effective.’
The study involved 134 participants with advanced kidney disease and a randomly picked group was given a sodium bicarbonate tablet on a daily basis for a year.
This group noted a 2/3 slower decline of health when compared to the untreated group and they were less likely to need dialysis. Only 9 percent of the treated group had a rapid progression compared to 45 percent of the untreated group who experienced rapid progression.
According to Professor Magdi Yaqoob,
‘This study shows baking soda can be useful for people with kidney failure. That is, as long as the dose is regulated and under supervision.’
‘What happens is the inflammation of kidney is prevented by baking soda because a chemical reaction takes place limiting ammonia production in the kidney.’
‘This cheap and simple strategy also improves patients’ nutritional well-being and has the potential to improve quality of life and of course a clinical outcome that can remove the need for dialysis.’
‘Baking soda is not classed as a drug so this study has never been tried before.’
If you google “aspartame,” the results will take you literally days to wade through-believe me, I know. I’ve been sifting through it for days. There’s more than enough information, research, and speculation out there on the subject to fill volumes, and this is just a small article.
So rather than simply rehash everything that has been written about aspartame (I’ve included some links at the end of this article, and within it, for those who want more information), I wanted to take a different approach. I wanted to focus on a small part of the debate, and then follow it through to wherever it took me.
I wanted to look at the folks who keep assuring us that it’s safe: the experts. Experts in the government, experts in the medical field, the people who keep patting us on the head and telling us not to worry, that if aspartame was dangerous, they’d tell us.
The problem was, I’ve always been something of a skeptic. The more someone pats me on the head, the more I start looking for something up his sleeve.
But, as skeptical as I am, what I found startled me: a concerted effort, on the part of those at the highest levels of our government and those at the highest levels of the medical community, to mislead us about the safety of aspartame.
Let me be clear: We have been deceived about the safety of a dangerous product, and all in the name of corporate profits.
Before you read on, check out this video:
Where did aspartame come from? It was first developed by the pharmaceutical company G.D. Searle. But Searle had difficulty getting their product approved by the Food and Drug Administration, the federal agency responsible for making sure our food and drugs are safe: Apparently, the monkeys and mice the substance was tested on developed brain lesions, tumors, and seizures, and even died from it. The company’s applications for approval were rejected for 16 years, but they persisted in offering their “proof” that aspartame was safe until the FDA finally asked the Department of Justice to prosecute G.D. Searle for submitting fraudulent test data in their efforts to get the substance approved. (An FDA senior toxicologist, Dr. Adrian Gross, once told Congress, “Beyond a shadow of a doubt aspartame triggers brain tumors.”)
But then G.D. Searle, producer of aspartame, made Donald Rumsfeld its CEO-yes, that Donald Rumsfeld. When Ronald Reagan took office and brought Rumsfeld with him as part of his transition team, a new FDA commissioner was appointed immediately. In one of his first acts as head of the federal agency, the new FDA commissioner approved aspartame, the artificial sweetener made by the company that Donald Rumsfeld was now the head of, over the objections of the FDA scientific board.
And here’s a strange bit of trivia: When it looked like aspartame would be approved later on for use in carbonated beverages, the National Soft Drink Association itself objected, saying it wouldn’t be safe because aspartame is very unstable in liquid form and breaks down into, among other things, formaldehyde. Monsanto bought G.D. Searle and Co. in 1985, and the NutraSweet Company operated as part of Monsanto until 2000, when Monsanto sold it to J.W.
Childs Equity Partners, where it remains today.
And in all this time, the FDA has compiled a list of 92 symptoms associated with aspartame consumption, including nausea, dizziness, blindness, deafness, weight gain, and even death. And aspartame is still here, and it’s showing up in more and more products.
In fact, the Aspartame Resource Center, at www.aboutaspartame.com, notes that it is found in more than 6,000 products worldwide. And they should know: the Aspartame Resource Center is actually a public relations and “information” arm of Ajinomoto, one of the world’s largest producers of aspartame, the other being the NutraSweet Company. (Ajinomoto is also known for its other additive, monosodium glutamate, or MSG.) The ARC site is full of cheerful information on the safety of aspartame, and they even have a section labeled “Meet the doctors,” which lists their “medical advisory board.”
In that section, the ARC says, “The Aspartame Information Center Expert Medical Advisory Board was created to help guide the Center’s communications to health professionals and the public about aspartame benefits, safety and role in a healthy diet. The board members provide counsel on current medical and nutrition science, as well as insight on tools that help address the needs of health professionals in their work. Their backgrounds span critical areas of medicine and science, and each has unique experience in health and nutrition.”
But, wait. Are they confused about who they are? What is this “Aspartame Information Center” they mention? I looked it up: www.aspartame.org. They, too, have a laundry list of “experts” they use to back up their claims that aspartame is safe, including our very own FDA and something called the Calorie Control Council. In fact, the Calorie Control Council owns the Aspartame Information Center site and is listed on the bottom of every page as the copyright holder.
But back to the ARC. The Aspartame Resource Center offers all sorts of “fact” sheets you can download, including one called “Straight Answers About Aspartame.” It was prepared by the American Dietetic Association . . . and the Calorie Control Council. At the bottom, the fact sheet notes that it has been sponsored by aspartame.org, that is, the Aspartame Information Center, a.k.a. the Aspartame Resource Center, a.k.a. Ajinomoto, one of the world’s biggest producers of aspartame.
Ajinomoto, in cahoots with the American Dietetic Association? Let’s see who’s behind the Calorie Calorie Control Council. Here’s what their own site, at www.caloriecontrol.org, says: “The Calorie Control Council, established in 1966 . . . represents 60 manufacturers and suppliers of low-calorie, low-fat and light foods and beverages, including the manufacturers and suppliers of more than a dozen different dietary sweeteners . . .”
Go further, and you’ll see another site connected to the Calorie Contol Council, called Calories Count, at www.caloriescount.com, which lists as its sponsors . . . wait for it . . . Ajinomoto, NutraSweet, Splenda, and Sweet ‘N Low. You can take a look at their sponsorship page here: http://www.caloriescount.com/support.html.
Because it’s hard to keep the players straight in the aspartame follies, let’s recap. The folks at the FDA thought aspartame was dangerous, so they wouldn’t approve it. They changed their minds when the president at that time and his buddy, Donald Rumsfeld, who just happened to be the head of the company that made aspartame, appointed a new head of the FDA. Miraculously, aspartame was approved not long afterward, after sixteen years of being rejected. And when we look for information on aspartame, to allay our concerns, we find Web sites full of comforting information showing us how safe the stuff is, written by reliable organizations like the American Dietetic Association, and sponsored by . . . aspartame.
Got that? Okay, but there’s more. Because I was trying not to get lost in the organizational rabbit hole, I backed out again to the Aspartame Resource Center and its expert medical advisors. After all, these were the medical professionals, the people who had the scientific knowledge, not to mention the connections with both the governmental agencies that protect our health and the largest medical and health organizations. Surely, they were to be trusted.
Skeptical, I started with the first name on the list, and I fell into yet another rabbit hole that seems, even now, to have no end. In fact, I never got past that first name.
The first name on the list? C. Wayne Callaway, M.D.
I went first to his own Web site. Once you get past the introductory quote from Hippocrates, you can find all sorts of interesting information there. In fact, he has very helpfully posted his entire curriculum vitae for all and sundry to see.
C. Wayne Callaway, M.D., received his medical training at Northwestern University, Mayo Graduate School of Medicine and Harvard University. Very impressive. He’s board certified in Internal Medicine, Clinical Nutrition, and Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism and has held academic appointments at Harvard Medical School, Mayo Medical School, and George Washington University.
He also works with the Mayo Clinic, the National Institutes of Health, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, and the USDA; he was an advisor to the U.S. Surgeon General and helped develop dietary guidelines for the USDA. He served as chair of the Public Information Committee of the American Society for Clinical Nutrition and the American Society for Nutrition Sciences, has been a member of the Board of Directors of the American Board of Nutrition, has been a committee member at the American Heart Association, has been an advisor to the American Medical Association.
And he’s served on the editorial boards of the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, among other medical journals. Whew-busy man. Want more? His publications have appeared in the Journal of the American Medical Association, the Annals of Internal Medicine, the Journal of the American Dietetic Association, and the International Journal of Obesity, among others.
The separate biography on his site tells us that Dr. Callaway “has offered his expert views on nutrition on NBC, ABC, CBS, CNN, PBS, ESPN, and numerous affiliates, and has appeared on the McNeill-Lehrer Newshour, the Today Show, Good Morning America, Phil Donahue, Larry King Live, and other nationally syndicated news and talk programs.” His opinions on nutrition and health are “frequently published in the New York Times, Washington Post, Chicago Tribune, LA Times, and Wall Street Journal, as well as in numerous magazines (Time, Newsweek, U.S. News & World Report, Business Week, Vogue, Elle, Glamour, People, Self, Health, Prevention, and others).” You know, the mainstream media.
Callaway’s bio says, “Dr. Callaway is a member of the American Society for Clinical Nutrition.” And remember, we also saw that he served as chair of the Public Information Committee of the American Society for Clinical Nutrition.
But looking for the American Society for Clinical Nutrition takes you directly to the American Society for Nutrition, www.nutrition.org. They publish the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, “the highest ranked peer-reviewed journal in nutrition and dietetics,” and the Journal of Nutrition, “which provides the latest research on a broad spectrum of topics of vital interest to researchers, students, policymakers and all individuals with interests in nutrition.”
Sounds impressive, until you start poking at it, as I did. If you keep going deeper down that particular rabbit hole, you find that the American Society for Clinical Nutrition, A.K.A. the American Society for Nutrition, is supported by what they call “sustaining members,” which, they say, “[provide] corporate financial support for the society’s activities in education/training, scientific programs and professional outreach.” The site says that sustaining members have “the ability to sponsor educational opportunities, grants and other items.” Oddly, they don’t specify what those “other items” might be, but I’d be willing to bet that research is one of them.
Would you like to know who some of the sustaining members are? Get ready: The National Cattlemen’s Beef Association. Cadbury Schweppes. Campbell Soup Company. ConAgra Foods. Dannon. Eli Lilly. General Mills.
Gerber. GlaxoSmithKline. Kellog. Kraft. Mars. McCormick. Monsanto (of course!). The National Dairy Council.
Nestle. PepsiCo. POM Wonderful (maker of those nifty pomegranate juices). Procter & Gamble. The Sugar Association. Unilever. Wrigley. Wyeth.
To recap, because the players are getting a bit confusing now, Dr. C. Wayne Callaway is a recognized expert in nutrition, such an expert, in fact, that he testifies before Congress and appears on national television to expound on his views on food and nutrition. His views are published nationally, and frequently. He is, in short, a national expert, and his views are taken very, very seriously, and published in well respected medical journals. And he pats us on the back and tells us not to worry, aspartame is safe.
And he works with and writes for the folks who are “supported,” a.k.a. “paid by,” the food industry that uses aspartame. Indeed, he is a “medical expert” on the safety of aspartame, one hired by the aspartame industry to go before the mainstream media and tell us how safe aspartame is.
Dr. Callaway’s resume lists these as government agencies that he consults for: the Department of Health & Human Services; the National Insitutes of Health, or NIH; the National Research Council/National Academy of Sciences; the U.S. Congress; the USDA, and, oddly, the U.S. Postal Service, to catch us, perhaps, if we try to send stevia through the mail.
Oh, and one more agency he consults for: the FDA. His Web site also helpfully lists the industry folks he consults for, a.k.a. “is paid by.” They include the American Institute of Wine and Food; Mars; Mead Johnson Nutritional Group; the Milk Industry Foundation; the Monsanto Corporation; Nabisco, Inc.; the National Dairy Council; the Nestle Foundation for Nutrition and Health; Ocean Spray; Parke-Davis; Proctor & Gamble; Quaker Oats; the United Dairy Industry.
Oh, and one more: NutraSweet.
To recap once again, a nationally recognized expert on nutrition who says, in his extraordinarily frequent public appearances, that aspartame is safe, is paid by Ajinomoto and NutraSweet, the two largest producers of aspartame, to say that aspartame is safe. (And, this may be helpful for some of you, he’s also spoken about the safety of Olestra. Just, you know, fyi.) I said earlier that we were being misled in the name of corporate profits. Where do the profits come in? It is projected that the U.S. market for artificial sweeteners, with aspartame leading the charge, will be about $1.1 billion by 2010. That’s in this country, only; worldwide, it’s projected to be over $3 billion. That’s a lot of money for an easily concoted chemical.
So how do you know if a product contains aspartame? The Aspartame Resource Center says simply looking at the ingredient list will tell you if the product contains aspartame, and indeed, the FDA requires that aspartame be listed on the label. Right, that ARC, that FDA. But just in case a company hasn’t listed it, if the label mentions “phenylalanine” at all, which is a component of aspartame, then the product contains aspartame.
But you’ll need to be vigilant, especially given the tiny print on most ingredient labels. And given the propensity of aspartame to turn up where you least expect it, such as in the vitamins you give to your child, or your liquid antibiotics, or your Metamucil.
The bottom line is, your vigilance is the only thing standing between you and your unwilling ingestion of a dangerous product. Our government and our medical experts are in the very deep pockets of the industry that makes and sells that dangerous product, and no help is going to come from them. None.
At the top of the home page for the Aspartame Information Center-which, don’t forget, is actually Ajinomoto, one of the two biggest producers of aspartame-we see this quote: “Few compounds have withstood such detailed testing and repeated, close scrutiny, and the process through which aspartame has gone should provide the public with additional confidence of its safety.”
It’s attributed to the U.S. Food & Drug Administration.
Pat, pat, pat.
Looking for additional information? Check out this video:
Baking soda is one of the most versatile products we can use, as it is highly practical and offers potent medicinal properties. It relieves your heartburn, boosts skin and hair health, whitens the teeth, acts as a powerful cleaning agent, and much more.
Apparently, it is also able to eliminate up to 90% of pesticides from fruit and vegetables.
Researchers at the University of Massachusetts have conducted a study on gala apples in order to test the efficacy of baking soda in cleaning the fruits.
They used two most common pesticides, thiabendazole, and phosmet, the first one being a fungicide that is able to penetrate apple peels, and the second is a popular insecticide.
Moreover, they used three different liquids to clean the contaminated apples: tap water, a one percent baking soda/water solution, and the most commonly used commercial bleach solution approved by the United States Environmental Protection Agency.
They found that the baking soda solution eliminated more pesticides in 2 minutes when soaked in the bleach solutions, and when rinsed in the running tap water. Yet, they needed to soak in the baking soda for 12- 15 minutes to completely eliminate all pesticides.
Baking soda is an alkaline salt, so it is eco-friendly, and effective produce wash, that easily removes pesticide residue from hard0skinned fruits and vegetables.
All you have to do is to add a few tablespoons of it to a bowl of water and soak the veggies and fruits in it for several minutes. Then, rinse them with fresh cold water.
In the case of fruits like muskmelons, whose nooks and crannies in the rinds easily trap dirt and microbes, sprinkle baking soda over them, and scrub away with a produce brush.
Simple, but highly effective! Try it next time and be sure that your foods are free of pesticides!
There is a lot of trust placed into the claims of skin care products. They advertise ‘flawless skin,’ ‘disappearing acne,’ and ‘natural beauty,’ and we buy the products to try it for ourselves.
Examining the back of a facial cleanser is a bit nerve-wracking. What do all those terms mean?
Even if you ask someone with knowledge on the subject, you won’t get a proper answer since many of the words are unrecognizable.
Who can say what these treatments are really doing to your face?
The Inside View on What You Are Rubbing On Your Face
When it specifically comes to your skin care, in addition to the unhealthy ingredients, many products are put on the market without proper testing:
“There are industry trade secrets and formulations that for industry reasons are kept from the consumer,” says Elizabeth Sword, executive director of the Children’s Health Environmental Coalition. “This prevents the consumer from making fully informed decisions.”
There is a way to separate yourself from these health risks and to eliminate skin blemishes at the same time: making your own facial scrub.
Coconut Oil as a Facial Moisturizer
Coconut oil has antimicrobial and moisturizing abilities that are perfect for cleaning your face. It will kill the bacteria that creates pimples. The oil will moisturize the skin and won’t make it feel like sandpaper as many other products do.
It is also an anti-inflammatory which can alleviate the symptoms of eczema, psoriasis, and other skin conditions. Viva Naturals makes a fantastic organic coconut oil that will leave your skin glowing.
Baking Soda for the Skin
We know baking soda to be a rising agent in foods, but it is also an excellent face exfoliator, which is particularly helpful for removing blackheads. Your skin will feel very soft after rubbing this scrub on your face.
Since baking soda also soothes sunburns, this facial cleanser is a good choice for those who burn easily. Need more reasons to use baking soda? It’s inexpensive!
DIY Coconut Oil and Baking Soda Facial Scrub
Using coconut oil as a facial moisturizer will change the way you view your skin.
An added bonus is that you probably have these ingredients in your kitchen already. You just didn’t realize how beneficial they are for your skin.
– 1/2 cup coconut oil
– 1/2 cup baking soda
– That’s it!
If your coconut oil is warm and more liquidy, it will be easier to use. Simply mix the two ingredients together until they are completely combined, and the texture is a bit gritty.
Place it in a shallow jar for easy access. Scrub your face as usual, but feel the enormous difference!
Almost all shampoos contain sulfates and other harmful substances that negatively reflect on human health. Many modern women know this very well, so they are looking for alternative ways to care for their appearance.
Every woman has used baking soda at home at least once, for baking or cleaning around the house. But did you have any idea that this product was widely used for beauty purposes? It sounds ridiculous, doesn’t it? But it is absolutely true. You can believe it.
Many women have already appreciated how useful baking soda is for their hair. Washing your hair with soda, which is always at hand, has become popular due to the inexpensive price and useful composition of the main ingredient.
Baking soda has a surprising effect on your hair. First of all, it makes your hair shine bright and look clean and soft. Soda will strengthen it and make it grow quicker. It will also restore damaged hair, give it health and beauty.
Baking soda is absolutely natural and has no chemicals. It can have the best exfoliating effect on your scalp and repair damaged hair.
But be careful with using it if you’ve just had a perm. Also, check your skin for allergic reactions before washing.
You should add baking soda to the water you’re using to wash your hair. Apply the remedy on your hair and scalp. Wait a little and wash it off. You can follow the wash with an apple cider vinegar rinse.
Now, let’s look in detail at all the beneficial qualities of baking soda.
#1. All hair products (even shampoos) dirty your hair.
Soda is a good cleansing natural treatment.
#2. Baking soda helps remove chlorine.
Chlorine is known to damage hair.
#3. Baking soda stimulates your hair to grow quicker.
We live in a rather dirty environment, and this affects our appearance, including our hair. Soda cleans your hair very efficiently, so your hair can continue to grow and be healthy for as long as possible.
Baking soda also known as sodium bicarbonate is a chemical substance which is solid crystalline, but it seems like a fine powder. Its taste is alkaline and salty.
The baking soda is essential for the health. Sodium bicarbonate is made in the body by the kidneys and pancreas to protect the kidneys.
In case there is a decline in the production of bicarbonate in these organs, there is build up of acids, and the body has problems to neutralize the build-up.
At this point, the cellular descent begins, and the body needs a treatment which is going to get rid of the acid build-ups and also supply an increase of oxygen, nutrients, and water.
You should know that the pancreas is a crucial component to the suitable digestion. It secretes digestive enzymes in the small intestines in order to aid in digesting food.
Diet high in sugar and fat might wreak havoc when it comes to your pancreas.
Over time, the ability of the pancreas to make digestive enzymes is compromised.
At the same time, the amount produced of sodium bicarbonate decreases greatly.
This is not good for the kidneys because they might get damaged.
That might happen because the blood to filter is highly acidic because the pancreas is not able to make the needed amounts of sodium bicarbonate.
Therefore, the kidneys will end up damaged. Once this happens, there is a lot of health complications that might occur. Among the most common medical procedure is dialysis that people with damaged kidneys need to have.
Dialysis aids purify the blood, something that the kidneys no longer can do effectively. Experts say that dialysis with the use of sodium bicarbonate is greatly effective regarding slowing the degeneration of the kidneys.
Baking Soda for Kidneys
The baking soda comes with different practical uses. Baking soda makes baked products fluffier; it absorbs bad odors effectively, it a natural household cleaner thanks to its deodorizing and antibacterial properties.
Also, many people use baking soda to clean their teeth. If you mix it with olive oil, you will get a facial mask. This mixture can eliminate excess dead skin cells and cause your complexion to look radiant.
It is known that a paste made of water and baking soda is efficient pimple buster. By now you are probably aware by now the baking soda is actually a versatile product.
Also, it is something which can aid in neutralizing excess acid in the blood and at the same time save the kidneys to do a lot of work.
You need to add one teaspoon of baking soda in a glass of plain water and mix well. This is an effective home remedy for damaged kidneys.
Consult your doctor about the proper dosage and the right time when to consume it.
In fact, if you want this remedy to work effectively there are few other things you should do. For example, you need to drink a lot of water to ease the removal of impurities in the blood.
Also, you need to lower the intake of foods which are loaded with sugar and fat.
At the same time, you need to stop consuming excessive amounts of alcohol and quit smoking. Also try to cut down on soda, tea, and coffee intake.
Consult your doctor, get the proper dosage and good luck. If you find this article useful, share it with your friends and family.