substantial reduction in their ability to produce sodium bicarbonate effectively. You should be aware that if there is not sufficient production of bicarbonate, the acids produced during digestion will not be effectively neutralized and that will kidney damage.
Another important fact that should be mentioned is that sodium bicarbonate is one of the most important agents used in dialysis or other treatments for kidney damage. The process that is called acid buffering aids is responsible for the removal of excess fluids and waste material from the bloodstream. In the process of dialysis, sodium bicarbonate is added to the body as the kidneys are no longer able to produce it in order to process food and waste materials.
Group of researchers at the U.S. National Health Institute recently conducted a study in which they have revealed and showed the effectiveness of sodium bicarbonate dialysis i
n the place of normal dialysis. Namely, the patients placed on this treatment showed greater nitrate oxide synthase, which is a process that balances the pH level of the blood.
How to Use Sodium Bicarbonate for Kidney Damage:
1st Day – you should dissolve ½ teaspoon baking soda under the tongue
2nd Day – you should mix ½ teaspoon baking soda and ½ teaspoon of salt into 1.5 liters of water, and drink each day in period of 2 – 3 days.
After the 2nd day you should reduce the daily dosage to ¼ teaspoon of baking soda and 1/3 teaspoon of salt.
Don’t forget that you should avoid all products that dehydrate the body, such as salt, tea, foods and drinks that are high in crystalline sugar, coffee, carbonated drinks and alcohol. Moreover, you should not eat more than the daily recommended amount of protein, and the reason for that is because excessive protein intake can put strain on your kidneys, causing more severe damage. It is advisable to consume foods rich in vitamin B complex because they are well known to aid in protein elimination from the body. Eat a lot of fruits, grains and vegetables.