Baking Soda Assault
By Atom Bergstrom
Baking soda (and to a lesser extent soda pop) is an undiagnosed cause of heart attacks — the stomach puts a wrestling head-squeeze on the heart.
You could call it a real estate boundary line dispute.
Flaky feet are commonly caused by the (1) regular or (2) improper use of baking soda.
As a professional Reflexologist (for a decade before officially switching to Mind Hacking), I’ve seen my share of both flaky feet and the associated heart attacks.
Why use baking soda when bag-breathing is so much (1) EASIER, (2) FASTER, (3) EFFECTIVE, and (4) CHEAPER?
According to Dr. Google …
“Perforation is a hole that develops through the wall of a body organ. This problem may occur in the esophagus, stomach, small intestine, large intestine, rectum, or gallbladder.”
A slang name for the stomach is GAS-BAG, and our gut gets no free pass from Boyle’s Law …
“For a fixed mass of an ideal gas kept at a fixed temperature, pressure and volume are inversely proportional.”
Wikipedia has a video of a demonstration of Boyle’s Law.
Gastrointestinal perforation is more common than most people know or doctors diagnose, since, if you’re “surfing the Luck Plane,” the “loss of continuity” of the stomach wall heals without incident (abscess, chemical peritonitis, etc.)
I’ve written several e-books related to the subject of biological (and pathological) gas pressure, including …
Stop Your Bloat by Yawning Your Fat Away
Yawning For Yogis & Everyone Else
Carbon Dioxide: Nose-Breathing & Beyond