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Will baking soda and water reduce blood sugar

By Anonymous December 21, 2018 - 8:02pm
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Hello, Anon. Thank you for writing!

Some doctors may suggest the use of baking soda against diabetes in various ways. but this is something that you would want to discuss with your doctor first. Baking soda is safe to use in many ways, but you want to take it correctly if your doctor decides it's right for you.

According to NatualWaystoLowerBloodSugar - What the baking soda does is to work on the acid condition in your body and help to control and return it to normal again and at the same time fight in the diminishing of diabetes.

People with diabetes who have a condition known as “Diabetic ketoacidosis,” are more at risk of developing something called, “mucormycosis” which is a fungal infection that is rare. Researchers suggest that baking soda could prevent this infection from spreading. They suggest that patients with mucormycosis benefit from adding sodium bicarbonate to the particular area regardless of whether or not it’s serious acidosis because by adding it, there is a strong likelihood that it will stop the growth of the fungus.


December 22, 2018 - 6:48am
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