What Are the Side Effects of Baking Soda?

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Baking soda is a versatile chemical that cures stings, reduces chicken pox reactions, sterilizes meat, reduces acidity levels in the body just to name a few. Side effects of a highly alkalinic compound include nausea, burping, frequent urinating, corrosion of stomach lining, diarrhoea and in extreme cases skin irritation.
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Some of the effects related to soda are being obese or suffering from the dental caries. Some of the side effects that are triggered by baking soda are an increase of the stomach gas, suffering from high blood pressure or you get an irregular heartbeat.
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