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What if there were a natural health-promoting substance that was
inexpensive, available at any grocery store in the country, and
probably sitting in your cupboard right now? There is. It is called
sodium bicarbonate, although you may know it as baking soda. For
years, sodium bicarbonate has been used on a daily basis as part of a
number of hospital treatments, but most people remain unaware of
its full therapeutic potential. In his new book, Dr. Mark Sircus shows
how this common compound may be used in the alleviation, or
possibly even prevention, of many forms of illness.
begins with a basic overview of the everyday
item known as baking soda, chronicling its long history of use as an
effective home remedy. It then explains the role sodium bicarbonate
plays in achieving optimal pH balance, which is revealed as an
important factor in maintaining good health. The book goes on to
detail how sodium bicarbonate and its effect on pH may benefit
sufferers of a number of conditions, including kidney disease, fungal
infection, influenza, hypertension, and even cancer. Finally, it lists the
various ways in which sodium bicarbonate may be taken, suggesting
the easiest and most effective method for your situation.
By providing a modern approach to this time-honored remedy,
illustrates the need to see baking soda in a whole
new light. While it was once considered simply an ingredient in baked
goods and toothpaste, sodium bicarbonate contains powerful
properties that may help you balance your system, regain your wellbeing,
and avoid future health problems.
Mark Sircus was trained in acupuncture and Oriental medicine at the Institute of Traditional Medicine in Santa Fe and the School of Traditional Medicine of New England in Boston. He, also, served at the Central Public Hospital of Pochutla, Mexico. He is part of the Scientific Advisory and Research Development team of the Da Vinci College of Holistic Medicine.