Gout and Baking powder

by NEVILLE COOKE
(FORSTER AUSTRALIA)

I HAVE BEEN TRYING BAKING POWDER NOW FOR 3 WEEKS,THE SORENESS IN MY TOES WENT IN ABOUT A WEEK, I THEN WENT OFF TAKING IT, BUT AFTER 4 DAYS THE PAIN RETURNED RETURNED.SO I HAVE STARTED TAKING IT AGAIN NOW FOR THE LAST 2 WEEKS AND THE PAIN AS REDUCED SO NOW I ONLY HAVE TWINGE IN MY LEFT BIG TOE, I AM SURE THIS WILL DISAPPEAR WITHIN THE NEXT WEEK. MY DOSAGE IS HALF A TEASPOON IN WARM WATER FIRST THING IN THE MORNING AND LAST THING AT NIGHT.I THINK YOU COULD INCREASE THIS TO 3 TIMES A DAY IF NEEDED. BUT I WOULD RECOMMEND CUTTING YOUR SALT INTAKE DOWN. AND ALSO CHECK WITH YOUR DOCTOR AS I DID TO SEE IF THERE IS ANY HEALTH PROBLEMS THAT MIGHT PREVENT YOU FROM TAKING BAKING SODA. MY DOCTOR SAID IT WAS OK,BUT BELIEVED IT WAS AN OLD WIFE'S TALE AND IT COULD WORK.HIS SUGGESTED COLDGOUT. WITCH I TRIED FOR ABOUT A WEEK AND WAS SICK WITH GASTRIC AND BAD STOMACH UPSET. HOPE THIS INFORMATION HELPS.


NEVILLE COOKE
FORSTER N S W
AUSTRALIA











































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Jan 26, 2009
I agree with Neville-RE Gout and Baking Soda
by: Phil

Hi Neville
I agree with your comments, just remember too much Baking Soda is bad for you.
There is lots of Salt and other properties that can cause constipation, muscle spasms, muscle weakness,
diarrhea, frequent urination etc.
best to speak to a doctor before using it in large doses or at least constant doses over a period of time.


phil

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