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How much of baking soda to treat kidney disease

By Anonymous August 11, 2018 - 10:07pm
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I was recently diagnosed with kidney failure and I was told by a friend that if I drink baking soda water that would see a drastic change in my kidney
function. If is true and if it is true, how much should I take daily?

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Hello, Anon. Thank you for writing.

Baking soda can yield certain health benefits if used correctly. According to WebMD, a daily dose of sodium bicarbonate can help people whose kidneys can no longer remove enough acid from their blood. It does not say how much to take, so you'll need to ask your doctor or pharmacist what amount is right for you. More information about baking soda uses in the resource below. Copy/paste the link.

Baking Soda Dos and Don’ts:


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