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Could a Daily Dose of Baking Soda Combat Autoimmune Disease?

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    Sodium bicarbonate (more commonly known as baking soda) has been used as a raising agent when baking delicious sweets for years. But as new research suggests, taking a daily dose of baking soda could also be used as a therapeutic agent. Tune in as Dr. John Russell speaks with Dr. Paul O'Connor, Renal Physiologist at the Medical College of Georgia in Augusta, about his recent investigation into how this common household product could treat autoimmune diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis. 

     

     

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    Sodium bicarbonate (more commonly known as baking soda) has been used as a raising agent when baking delicious sweets for years. But as new research suggests, taking a daily dose of baking soda could also be used as a therapeutic agent. Tune in as Dr. John Russell speaks with Dr. Paul O'Connor, Renal Physiologist at the Medical College of Georgia in Augusta, about his recent investigation into how this common household product could treat autoimmune diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis. 

     

     

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