Thursday, April 6, 2017

Surprising Way To Repair Your Kidneys Naturally With Baking Soda!

 Baking soda or scientifically known as sodium bicarbonate is very useful from cooking, cleaning, being an alternative to shampoo, deodorant and other medical practices. It is a chemical compound that is a white solid crystalline, but often appears as a fine powder and has an alkaline and salty taste.

Some of the medical uses include:
  • Mixing baking soda and water creates a very effective antacid
  • Baking soda elevates pH levels
  • A paste made with water and baking soda will treat allergic reactions from poison ivy/sumac
  • Baking soda can help with the removal of splinters
  • People with kidney failure that are treated with the addition of sodium bicarbonate show a decrease in the progression of the disease.

How to Repair Your Kidneys Naturally Using Baking Soda

Substituting a sodium bicarbonate solution for saline infusion prior to administration of radio contrast material seems to reduce the incidence of nephropathy.

A study conducted at the Whitechapel hospital in Royal London was the first controlled test in a clinical setting.

The British team at the hospital says sodium bicarbonate can dramatically slow the effects of kidney disease.

"A simple remedy like sodium bicarbonate (baking soda), when used appropriately, can be very effective," says Team Leader Professor of Renal Medicine Magdi Yaqoob.


Out of 134 test patients with advanced kidney disease and metabolic acidosis, a randomly selected small group was given a tablet daily, made of a small amount of sodium bicarbonate for a year. The kidney function of these patients declined at a rate that’s expected with normal aging and was less likely to require dialysis.

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.

The research team said further testing should be conducted including a placebo group. This will help determine the effectiveness of sodium bicarbonate as a treatment for patients experience kidney failure and metabolic acidosis.

How to Use Sodium Bicarbonate for Kidney Damage:
  • First Day – you should dissolve ½ teaspoon baking soda under the tongue
  • Second Day – you should mix ½ teaspoon baking soda and ½ teaspoon of salt into 1.5 liters of water, and drink each day in period of 2 – 3 days.
After the 2nd day you should reduce the daily dosage to ¼ teaspoon of baking soda and 1/3 teaspoon of salt.

  • Don’t forget that you should avoid all products that dehydrate the body, such as salt, tea, foods and drinks that are high in crystalline sugar, coffee, carbonated drinks and alcohol.
  • You should not eat more than the daily recommended amount of protein, and the reason for that is because excessive protein intake can put strain on your kidneys, causing more severe damage.
  • It is advisable to consume foods rich in vitamin B complex because they are well known to aid in protein elimination from the body. Eat a lot of fruits, grains and vegetables.