Bicarbonate (Baking Soda) has long been a mainstay in our household and some of these applications you would already be familiar with:
encapsulated for easy ingestion,
mixed through our dog food to freshen their breath and help alkalise their system,
as a primary ingredient in our homemade dish washing liquid, surface cleaner and laundry powder
not to forget #Bicarbonate’s super deodorising power in our homemade air freshener spray and in a dish-in-the-fridge.
That #Bicarbonate has frequently been highlighted in innovative and even revolutionary health treatments would not be a secret to the serious health researcher either.
In a desperate effort to protect their profit base, #Bigpharma has even gone so far as completely destroying the reputation and careers of scientists and doctors, like Italy’s Prof. Tullio Simoncini, Oncologist who postulated that cancer is a fungus very much like Candida Albicans so many people suffer from that may be treated effectively with Bicarbonate of Soda.
But let’s see what Dr. Sircus has put together about the latest research on Bicarbonate in the article below. It should be an eye opener to many.
(Natural News) Fast food is unhealthy; it’s loaded with salt, sugar and fat — and a whole lot of calories. It’s often pretty low in essential nutrients, as well. It’s well documented that fast food should be consumed in moderation, if at all. Indeed, most people know that takeaway meals aren’t ideal, but a recent study has shed light on just how bad going to the drive-thru really is for your health.
As it turns out, fast food doesn’t just contribute to inflammation and disease: It can actually provoke lasting (and damaging) changes to your immune system. Eating a diet laden with refined sugars, saturated fat and salt actually promotes the immune system to act as if there is an infection somewhere in the body, according to lead researcher Dr. Eicke Latz. Dr. Latz is the Director of the Institute for Innate Immunity of the University of Bonn.
To conduct their research, Latz and his team fed a group of mice a simulated “Western diet” for a whole month. This means the mice were fed food loaded with sugar, salt and fat — and were given very little fruits or vegetables.
Annette Christ, another study author, commented on their findings. She explained, “The unhealthy diet led to an unexpected increase in the number of certain immune cells in the blood of the mice, especially granulocytes and monocytes.”
“This was an indication for an involvement of immune cell progenitors in the bone marrow,” Christ added.