Baking Soda

7 Baking Soda Health Benefits

Most of us keep a box of baking soda (sodium bicarbonate) around the house. It makes baked goods rise, eliminates acid-induced odors in refrigerators, carpets, and litter boxes and is a minimally abrasive “green” cleaning agent that can be used to scrub everything from sinks and dishes to fruits…

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Dietary Sugar Intake: How to Manage It

…and prepared foods. In fact, most of our excess sugar intake comes from beverages and processed foods. So the next time you have a hankering for a soda or some convenience food or snack, think again. And don’t believe that HFCS-free products sweetened with “natural” sugars or fruit concentrates—or…

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Solutions for 3 Common Digestive Problems

…to boost melatonin’s efficacy. Other safe, natural, and effective heartburn remedies include deglycyrrhizinated licorice (DGL), chamomile, and baking soda. Flatulence Remedies Although we don’t like to talk about it, everybody passes gas. In fact, the average person has 10 to 14 “episodes” daily…

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10 Easy Prevention Tips That Can Keep You Healthy

…little changes you make in your daily life that have the real power to keep you healthy. * Eliminate sugar and white flour from your diet. Sodas, most breads, baked goods, snack foods, and other refined carbohydrates wreak havoc with blood sugar levels and contribute to weight gain. * Avoid saturated fats…

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4 Ways to Clean Up the Air in Your Home

…available in supermarkets and health food stores. You can also make your own cleaning products using ingredients such as baking soda, distilled white vinegar, or hydrogen peroxide. Baking soda can be used for scrubbing counters, deodorizing the refrigerator, and cleaning drains. White vinegar diluted with water…

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5 Ways to Avoid the Health Hazards of Summer

…the most effective, natural ways to reduce the discomfort of an insect bite is to dab the affected area with toothpaste? The alkalinity of the baking soda in most brands of toothpaste relieves itching, and the antibacterial components prevent infection. Just spread a thick layer of toothpaste over bites…

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