Role of Bicarbonate Ion on anti-inflammation
- MemberNovember 7, 2021 at 1:58 pm
I received some references via emails from Andis Sho.
Oral NaHCO3 Activates a Splenic Anti-Inflammatory Pathway: Evidence That Cholinergic Signals Are Transmitted via Mesothelial Cells
Additional reporting on the Bicarbonate paper from Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2018/04/180425093745.htm
Pure 100% Natural Bicarb Blend (412 mg Sodium Bicarbonate and 412 mg Potassium Bicarbonate)
I have started taking the Bicarb supplement three days ago. I believe I have received some additional improvement, including a successful 30 minute of exercise without interruption from joint pain.
- MemberNovember 8, 2021 at 10:35 am
Based on your previous claim of copyright violation, aren’t you worried about copyright violation by copying and pasting that text?
Seriously though, the article says baking soda, so there’s no need to buy something expensive https://www.walmart.com/tp/baking-soda
People should know there’s a danger in taking an antacid with every meal. As the article you shared said, only do it once a day. The danger is taking an antacid messes up the intrinsic factor in your stomach so you can’t absorb Vitamin B-12 from your food. Worst case scenario is a B-12 deficient that causes neurological damage.
If people read this article, they will find one of the other risk factors is being a vegan.
Inadequate stomach acid or medications that cause decreased stomach acid. A much more common cause of B12 deficiency, especially in older people, is a lack of stomach acid, because stomach acid is needed to liberate vitamin B12 from food. An estimated 10-30% of adults over the age of 50 have difficulty absorbing vitamin B12 from food.  People who regularly take medications that suppress stomach acid for conditions like gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) or peptic ulcer disease—such as proton-pump inhibitors, H2 blockers, or other antacids—may have difficulty absorbing vitamin B12 from food. These drugs can slow the release or decrease production of stomach acid. In theory this can prevent the vitamin from being released into its free usable form in the stomach; however, research has not shown an increased prevalence of a deficiency in people using these medications. Anyone using these medications for an extended time and who are at risk for a vitamin B12 deficiency for other reasons should be monitored closely by their physician. They may also choose to use fortified foods or supplements with vitamin B12, as these forms are typically absorbed well, and do not require stomach acid.
Signs of deficiency may include: *Megaloblastic anemia—a condition of larger than normal sized red blood cells and a smaller than normal amount; this occurs because there is not enough vitamin B12 in the diet or poor absorption
Pernicious anemia—a type of megaloblastic anemia caused by a lack of intrinsic factor so that vitamin B12 is not absorbed
* Nerve damage with numbness, tingling in the hands and legs *Memory loss,
- MemberNovember 8, 2021 at 12:47 pm
I tried baking soda alone and I got muscle cramps. Sodium and potassium intake needs to be in balance. That is why in potato chip products you will commonly see both sodium and potassium ingredients.
I take the Bicarb supplement together with Ascorbic Acid, which might balance the overall PH.
Bicarbonate supplements could be important because a number of doctors have suspected macrophage activation as one potential cause of Post-vaccine inflammations.
By copyright violation do you refer to the product image? TrialSite News automatically inserted the image based on an Amazon.com product link, which I have no control over. All other copied contents are short title references which would come under fair-use clause.