Ordinary baking soda can potentially avert many health issues like autoimmune diseases, as reported by the latest scientific research.
Sodium bicarbonate in the form of antacid solution, which is commonly known as baking soda is just thoroughly examined by the Medical College of Georgia investigators, after which they observed that has more potentials of promoting spleen to invite anti-inflammatory environment, which leads to heal the beginning phase of inflammatory disease.
Study-associated researchers have described in the review based on the study which is recently released by the Journal of Immunology, that consuming the baking soda solution may lead to boost the immune system of the body as capable as it can fight against critical sorts of inflammatory diseases including rheumatoid arthritis.
Paul O’Connor, Ph.D., leading investigator of the study and renal physiologist at the MCG department of physiology noted that, “The splenic response to pH shift is that it’s most likely a hamburger, not a bacterial infection. The shift from inflammatory to an anti-inflammatory profile was happening everywhere. We saw it in the kidneys; we saw it in the spleen, now we see it in the peripheral blood.”
The published study has been attached with a title as ‘Oral NaHCO3 Activates a Splenic Anti-Inflammatory Pathway: Evidence That Cholinergic Signals Are Transmitted via Mesothelial Cells.’
“We think the cholinergic (acetylcholine) signals that we know mediate this anti-inflammatory response aren’t coming directly from the vagal nerve innervating the spleen,” Dr. O’Connor added in the description, “but from the mesothelial cells that form these connections to the spleen