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When you realize that the cardio-vascular system is an organic electrical system (on one level) it's pretty obvious to see why this electrolyte reversal between sodium (yang) & potassium (yin) causes so much heart disease.
Fresh foods that humans evolved on contain 7x more potassium than sodium. That's Nature's ratio for potassium/sodium for optimal physical health. Overall on average today, American diets contain twice as much sodium as potassium. Which is a major factor in heart disease because these are electrolytes & they regulate how your entire nervous system works as a biological organic electrical 'grid'. Basically sodium has an excitatory effect on the nervous system & potassium has a 'calming' effect.
Most of us consuming western diets have high ph. (which cause shitloads of degenerative disease including cancer). This is caused by eating processed foods. The bicarbonate molecule is alkaline & can easily solve that problem & restore proper/healthy ph). But processed foods are also deficient in potassium & overloaded w sodium, which is why potassium bicarbonate is the way to go.
I agree. Sodium Bicarb is heavy duty emergency medicine. If taken orally to often, will alter stomach PH and impair digestion. Pharma pills which many people take are anti-acid medication. Much worse then sodium bicarb, yet prescribed with doctors blessing.
You notice CO2 is an essential mineral for human health. Is this why it has been demonized by globalists hell bend on killing 95% of us?
Go with potassium bicarbonate. Thanks to our processed food the potassium/ sodium ratio has been flipped.
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