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Sunday, April 30, 2017

Researchers Discover This Common Ingredient Can Reduce Early Death

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A recent study of healthy adults discovered that those who had low levels of bicarbonate had a higher risk of death than those with normal levels. In fact, low bicarbonate levels were found to increase premature death by as much as 24 percent.

The recent discovery came from a 10-year study of over 2,000 participants between the ages of 70-79. The Health, Aging and Body Composition Study tracked data on the participants through February of 2014. Dr. Kalani Raphael, the study's author and an associate professor and nephrology and hypertension specialist at the University of Utah, noted that “Critically ill patients with severe acid-base abnormalities have a very low likelihood of surviving their illness."



Acid and sodium bicarbonate



Sodium bicarbonate keeps the acid levels down to a healthy minimum. People with low levels of bicarbonate have higher levels of acid base in their bodies which can affect longevity. Sodium bicarbonate helps your body in balancing pH levels.



How to increase your bicarbonate levels



No, don't take baking soda. Fruits and vegetables high in potassium and bicarbonate will reduce the amount of acid produced by the kidneys after metabolism. Apples, raisins, spinach, bananas, carrots, broccoli, lemons and even coffee will increase your potassium and bicarbonate levels. And a healthy pH balance will reduce the risk of premature death.



Read more at thenutritionwatchdog.com/baking-soda-may-reduce-premature-death-risk/
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