Bicarbonate

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Bicarbonate: is the body’s primary buffer for neutralizing body acids and providing carbon  in the form of carbon dioxide when bicarbonate reacts with acids such as vitamin-C.

Bicarbonate typically has twice as much carbon as sodium in a molecule of, baking soda.

Overview

Body reserves of bicarbonate give the body the ability to buffer and neutralize acid waste, maintain balance and manage pH of blood, urine and saliva.

Bicarbonate provides carbon dioxide which allows blood to transport and deliver more oxygen to the mitochondria in the cells.

People think they need more oxygen, when their problem is insufficient CO2.  As you age, your body depletes its supply of bicarbonate and loses the ability to manage pH and transport oxygen.

The Terrain pH Protocol is the Young  Again Club answer for good health and longevity based on acidity and pH management.

Low carbon dioxide levels limit hemoglobin’s ability to carry and deliver oxygen.  Low cellular oxygen means low metabolism and rising acidity.

Bicarbonates BOOST metabolism, while supplemental oxygen given in the face of insufficient CO2 increases terrain acidity for those with respiratory problems.

Read Cancer, Acidity & Fermentation, as well as, Special Insights, What You Don’t Know  About Me.

See Special Insights, Change Your Food Habits, Change Your Life.

Suggestions

  1. Change your lifestyle and your diet.
  2. Embrace Young Again Club Protocols.
  3. Ask for help and be open to new ideas.

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