099: Why Aspirin Goes Best With Bicarbonate and Glycine

Most over-the-counter anti-inflammatory drugs carry a risk of causing food intolerances and chronic, low-grade inflammation. Aspirin is an exception. But this is why it’s best taken with bicarbonate and glycine. IMPORTANT NOTE: Give 30-60 minutes between any dose of bicarbonate and aspirin to avoid hurting your stomach. Tune in to learn more!

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099: Why Aspirin Goes Best With Bicarbonate and Glycine
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