How Baking Soda Can Help You With Diabetes


How baking soda can help you with diabetes. Baking soda seems to have a million different uses, from baking food to cleaning surfaces or deodorizing your refrigerator. It can even help whiten your teeth! It seems that there is nothing that baking soda can not do.

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Some researchers have begun to conduct research with test subjects on animals, which seems to suggest that there may be some evidence to support this particular theory. This is because sodium bicarbonate can help protect against the effects of an infection known as mucormycosis, which commonly can occur in people who experience a condition known as diabetic ketoacidosis. If all that sounded like a bunch of words that do not make much sense to you, then do not worry; Let us divide some of these words to provide a better understanding.

DKA can be identified by a series of possible signs and symptoms, many of which begin to occur very quickly after DKA has begun to take effect. Possible warning signs of DKA include excessive thirst, nausea, vomiting, dry mouth, shortness of breath, frequent urination, confusion and fatigue. If you are concerned that you may be at risk for developing DKA, there are home test kits that can help you determine if you currently have this particular condition or not. If the test is positive, then you should probably seek help from a medical professional.

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