How to Repair your Damaged Kidney Naturally Using 1 Teaspoon of Baking Soda
Improper kidney function can be a reason for serious health damage. We all know that our kidneys are vital organs in our body. They are bean-shaped organs with numerous important functions.
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Our kidneys filter about 120-150 quarts of blood and by filtering waste and extra fluid out of the body; they produce 1-2 quarters urine. Kidneys also prevent the buildup of waste in our body, regulate the electrolyte levels and produce hormones that regulate blood pressure.
We must take proper care for our kidneys and protect them from damages. Luckily there is a natural ingredient that can help us improve our kidney functions and reverse the damage that has been done. That miracle ingredient is baking soda.
How is the Baking Soda Able to Repair the Kidneys?
Our pancreas produces a compound known as sodium bicarbonate which function is to protect our kidneys. In some cases when we eat unhealthy food our pancreas creates extra amount of this compound. The situation can lead to kidney and pancreas weaknesses and they are unable to produce sodium bicarbonate. Without it our kidneys suffer serious damages. That is why we must start consume sodium bicarbonate and repair the kidneys.
A Scientific Research
There were made a numerous of studies to confirm the efficiency of dialysis based only on sodium bicarbonate compared to the standard dialysis.
This process helps the harmony and balance of the blood pH levels and also those who suffer from kidney damage were able to synthesize more nitrate oxide.
In Case of Kidney Damage Use Sodium Bicarbonate.
If you suffer from kidney damage you should follow these steps to repair your kidneys:
The first day you should dissolve half a teaspoon of baking soda and place it right beneath your tongue.
Second day mix a teaspoon of table salt, half a teaspoon of baking soda and 1.5 liters of tap water. Consume this water every day.
After a week you should lower the daily dose to a quarter of teaspoon of baking soda and about ¼ teaspoon of table salt.