1. A

    Ingestion of sodium bicarbonate increases the oxidation of fatty acids in humans Abstract We conducted this study to quantify the oxidation of exogenous acetate and to determine the effect of increased acetate availability upon fat and carbohydrate utilization in humans at rest. Eight healthy volunteers (6 males and 2 females)...
  2. J

    Has Anyone Tried Diffusing Baking Soda?

    I've heard of people nebulizing baking soda before, which probably yields really good results. However I don't have a nebulizer, however I do have a diffuser that you put essential oils in and it blows them out into the air. I got the idea that this might work with baking soda, so I took about...
  3. zarrin77

    Sodium Bicarbonate Improves Oxygen Consumption, Glucose Uptake, And Mitochondrial Respiration

    Sodium bicarbonate increases glucose uptake and mitochondrial biogenesis in C2C12 myotubes potentially via the transcriptional co-activator PGC-1α - The Physiological Society Bicarbonate is one of the most effective sports supplements for athletes out right now, and works better than...
  4. haidut

    Baking Soda Dramatically Increases Antibiotic Effectiveness, Could Help In Sepsis

    Recently we posted some studies showing that thiamine (by itself or vitamin C) dramatically increases survival in sepsis, and lowers its severity. IV B1+Vit. C+ Cortisone Prevents Septic Induced Death Sepsis is the number one killer of hospitalized patients, so finding a way to reduce its...
  5. haidut

    Baking Soda (Sodium Bicarbonate) Studied For Cancer

    If you go to the American Cancer Society website, there is a special section on "quack" treatments for cancer and one of the listed quacks is baking soda. As is usually the case, bashing something publicly does nor prevent big pharma of studying it privately for fun and profit (i.e. see my posts...
  6. haidut

    Bicarbonate Vs. PaCO2 Blood Tests

    Hi all, I have been reading up on the tests Labcorp offers and how they are performed. It looks like the test for blood CO2 is actually a test for bicarbonate and not a direct measure of CO2. The reason I am asking this question is that several websites suggest that high bicarbonate is...
  7. J

    Milk Alkali Syndrome (explicit)

    WARNING: There is some talk about erections. Milk Alkali Syndrome is the combination of hypercalcemia, renal failure, and alkalosis. It's usually caused by excessive ingestion of alkalizing substances such as sodium bicarbonate and calcium carbonate, which increases blood PH (alkalosis) and...
  8. kiran

    Bicarbonate: 'Milkshaking'

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