QUESTIONS ABOUT TED'S FORMULAS
I like the lemon / sodium bicarbonate and have been taking it occasionally recently.
I'm in a discussion with someone who argues the lemon and sodium bicarbonate should NOT be mixed. Here is what they say: With the alkalising, you want to make sure it is alkaline, and not cancelling each other out - it would pretty much defeat the purpose, but the solution would be more acidic, and not preferable to drink.
Dr Bunhead (scientist) says this - In this experiment the citric acid and bicarbonate of soda are being destroyed. As they are destroyed carbon dioxide gas is created. You are making something by destroying something else. The carbon dioxide that is made is an acid so it tastes sour on your tongue.
The combination of the two is also used as a powerful cleaner - it destroys anything in its path like limescale and mould, including the small intestines which are not as robust as your chrome. I liken it to the reaction of putting bicarb down the sink and dousing it with vinegar - it is used to unblock drains. How might I respond to this? Many Thanks