Baking Soda to the Inflammation Rescue

BakingSodaIn our oh so acidic world, a few of us appreciate baking soda with the due diligence it deserves. People agonizing with the plight of rheumatoid arthritis may bode well with a daily dose of baking soda.

Sodium bicarbonate is shown to help regulate the pH balance of the body and mitigate inflammation. It also regulates the immune response. Rheumatoid arthritis is one of the autoimmune responses that affects 1.3 million people in the US and it’s triggered by an over-reactive immune system.

Researchers saw that the daily inclusion of baking soda can help mitigate the immune response and remarkably reduce inflammation in the body and joints. Why wouldn’t you do something measurably influential to reduce inflammation if it only takes a kitchen staple?

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