Sodium bicarbonate, or baking soda, can help prevent the formation of uric acid kidney stones and help dissolve existing uric acid stones, notes WebMD. Sodium bicarbonate tablets are available for this purpose, but they ... More »

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Sodium bicarbonate, the active ingredient in baking soda, works as a temporary antacid to reduce stomach acid and reduce heartburn, upset stomach and indigestion, according to WebMD. With a doctor’s prescription, patient... More »

If a recipe calls for baking soda, it can be replaced by two to three times as much baking powder. Potassium bicarbonate can also be used, although this ingredient typically can only be found at a pharmacy, a drug store ... More »

Sodium bicarbonate, commonly referred to as baking soda, and acetic acid, which is vinegar, combine to create an acid-base chemical reaction. The baking soda serves as the base and the vinegar is the acid. More »

Sodium bicarbonate, the active ingredient in baking soda, works as a temporary antacid to reduce stomach acid and reduce heartburn, upset stomach and indigestion, according to WebMD. With a doctor’s prescription, patient... More »

Excess calcium oxalate in the blood, too high a concentration of uric acid, certain hereditary disorders and urinary tract infections can all cause kidney stones, says Mayo Clinic. There are several different types of ki... More »

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High-fructose corn syrup, along with foods that contain excessive amounts of salt or sugar are often associated with the formation of kidney stones, according to the National Kidney Foundation. This includes items such a... More »

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