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Why Abdominal Exercises Won’t Work for Belly Fat

Why Abdominal Exercises Won’t Work for Belly Fat

Why Abdominal Exercises Won’t Work for Belly Fat

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Sit-ups and crunches won’t make you look thinner—here’s why!

Timestamps
0:00 Introduction
0:14 Why abdominal exercises won’t shrink your belly
0:50 Belly fat explained
1:35 How to get rid of belly fat
2:19 Share your success story!

In this video, we’re going to talk about why abdominal exercises won’t shrink your belly.

If you go to the gym, you might notice people doing many forms of abdominal exercise. While this may strengthen your core, it won’t shrink your belly.

Studies show that there is no significant effect on weight, body fat percentage, abdominal circumference, abdominal skin fold, or abdominal subcutaneous fat when exercising your abdominal muscles. Abdominal exercise only affects your endurance.

What about your belly?

You have subcutaneous fat under your skin, and you have fat on your liver. The first thing that happens when you gain weight is your liver fills up with fat. From there, the fat spills out around your other organs.

The three types of fat are:
• Subcutaneous (just beneath the skin)
• Visceral (deeper fat around your organs)
• Liver fat

All of this fat comes from the same thing: insulin.

High levels of insulin cause your body to store fat and prevent your body from burning fat.

High insulin is caused by carbohydrate consumption.

If you’re new to my channel, check out my other videos on how to get rid of belly fat.

There are three important things you need to do to lose belly fat:
1. Lower your carbs (Healthy Keto)
2. Intermittent fasting
3. HIIT (high-intensity interval training)

Keto and intermittent fasting will provide 85% of the results. The other 15% of results will come from exercise.

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Dr. Eric Berg received his Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Palmer College of Chiropractic in 1988. His use of “doctor” or “Dr.” in relation to himself solely refers to that degree. Dr. Berg is a licensed chiropractor in Virginia, California, and Louisiana, but he no longer practices chiropractic in any state and does not see patients so he can focus on educating people as a full time activity, yet he maintains an active license. This video is for general informational purposes only. It should not be used to self-diagnose and it is not a substitute for a medical exam, cure, treatment, diagnosis, and prescription or recommendation. It does not create a doctor-patient relationship between Dr. Berg and you. You should not make any change in your health regimen or diet before first consulting a physician and obtaining a medical exam, diagnosis, and recommendation. Always seek the advice of a physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. The Health & Wellness, Dr. Berg Nutritionals and Dr. Eric Berg, D.C. are not liable or responsible for any advice, course of treatment, diagnosis or any other information, services or product you obtain through this video or site.

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Can Ascites Be Fixed?

Can Ascites Be Fixed?

Can Ascites Be Fixed?

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This is what I would do if I had ascites. 

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0:00 What is ascites? 
0:38 What causes ascites? 
1:15 Other symptoms 
2:54 What I would do if I had ascites 
4:12 Share your success story! 

Today, let’s talk about ascites. Ascites is a condition where someone’s belly is protruded like a basketball. But it’s not fat. It’s mostly fluid. The liver is leaking certain fluid into a sack around the abdominal organs. 

The most common cause of ascites is cirrhosis. Cirrhosis is a condition where the liver has scar tissue that’s overwhelming the function of the liver. Now, the liver can’t function properly and is leaking fluid into the gut. 

Other potential causes of cirrhosis are:
• Cancer 
• TB
• Pancreatitis 
• Heart disease  

Associated symptoms:
• Portal hypertension 
• Edema in the lower legs 
• Bruising 
• Gynecomastia 
• Vomiting blood
• Confusion and cognitive dysfunction (potential remedies for this include: lactulose, sauerkraut, veggies, a moderate amount of protein, l-glutamine) 

If I had ascites, I would start:
• Intermittent fasting
• Taking milk thistle 
• Taking vitamin E (tocotrienols) 
• Taking selenium 
• A low-carb diet 

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What is Causing Your Beer Belly? (Besides the Obvious)

What is Causing Your Beer Belly? (Besides the Obvious)

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References

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/21681224/
https://www.nature.com/articles/0800810
https://nutritionandmetabolism.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/1743-7075-9-5
https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/8077367/
https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0925443913001919
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Sleep Off Your Belly Fat

Sleep Off Your Belly Fat

Sleep Off Your Belly Fat

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Can you burn fat while you’re sleeping at night? Here’s what you need to know.

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0:00 Sleep off belly fat
0:28 Poor sleep can cause a weight plateau
0:59 Facts about sleep and weight loss
2:05 Tips for better sleep
5:13 Need keto consulting?

In this video, we’re going to talk about how to sleep off your belly fat at night.

Wouldn’t it be nice to go to sleep and wake up with a flatter stomach? Well, there’s an incredibly important role that sleep plays in weight loss. Few people emphasize this vital point.

If you’ve watched my videos before, you know the standard things you need to do to lose weight. Lower your carbs (keto diet), do intermittent fasting, exercise, and lower your stress. If you’re doing all of these things and your weight plateaus, the next thing you have to focus on is sleep.

When you get less than five hours of sleep, you significantly increase your risk of obesity.

Take a look at these key points.

1. You burn the most body fat while sleeping

2. Sleep reduces stress, which improves cortisol levels

3. Sleep improves blood glucose levels

4. A lack of sleep increases weight gain, metabolic syndrome symptoms, insulin resistance, and appetite

You need 7-8 hours of high-quality sleep each night.

Here are some tips to help you get better sleep:
• Add plants
• Take calcium
• Get plenty of potassium and magnesium
• Get plenty of vitamin B1
• Consume more celery
• Lower your EMF exposure
• Exercise (especially long walks)
• Go to bed when you’re tired
• Stop watching the news

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What Makes a Pot Belly So Bad?

What Makes a Pot Belly So Bad?

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– Why do we have visceral fat?
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References

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/11145111/
https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/10857936/
https://www.nature.com/articles/onc2017278
https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/9215270/
https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/19121989/
https://www.pnas.org/content/116/3/723
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How to Lose Postmenopausal Weight

How to Lose Postmenopausal Weight

How to Lose Postmenopausal Weight

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so let’s discuss how to lose weight if you’re postxa0 menopausal i’ve done a lot of videos on this topic i would definitely not neglect the standard thingsxa0 because these normally work about 90 of the time bring your carbs down really low you’rexa0 probably going to bring them down to 10 grams or even less perxa0 day not per meal fast longer at the bare minimum you should be doing one meal axa0 day but with periodic prolonged fasting these two most the time will work now to speed thingsxa0 up start adding exercise as far as how often i would recommend only once a week but make surexa0 that exercise is intense and you’re sweating okay and you’re working the whole body and thenxa0 let your body recover do that for a while then add two workouts a week on the off days ixa0 highly recommend you go for long walks to keep the stress down so you can then sleep addingxa0 another half hour or even an hour of sleep will help you lose weight big time and number fivexa0 your favorite recommendation which is avoiding alcohol but the problem is that little bit of winexa0 which is carbs has a potential to really keep you out of fat burning so you might want to just takexa0 it put it to the side maybe do kombucha tea for a while as a transition so let’s say for examplexa0 you do all these things right here and you still can’t lose weight what do you do your pituitaryxa0 produces many different hormones one hormone is called follicle stimulating hormonexa0 and the purpose is to tell the ovaries to make estrogen but you’re post-menopausalxa0 so these ovaries have gone into retirement so that’s not going to happen so what happens afterxa0 menopause is this hormone stays on the high side why because we’re not getting any feedback fromxa0 this ovary so this hormone is on a feedback loop it turns off when you get the ovary to respondxa0 but it’s actually ignoring the pituitary so this just stays high now the other function ofxa0 fsh is that it can make fat so there’s receptors for this hormone in your fat cells and that isxa0 a big problem simply because after menopause there’s a big spike in this hormone that staysxa0 high despite the backup supply of estrogen and other hormones from your adrenals and yourxa0 fat because the more fat you have the more estrogen you’re gonna make and estrogen by itselfxa0 contributes to the amount of fat that you have on your body after menopause cortisol does go up asxa0 well and that stress hormone can turn your muscle protein into fat increase your insulin and in thexa0 presence of insulin you’re not going to lose any weight so it’s very very important to keep yourxa0 stress level as low as possible and you can do that through lots of sleep but the fact that yourxa0 follicle stimulating hormone is too high could be another hidden reason why you’re just not able toxa0 lose weight so there’s a couple things you can do one is take what’s called myonosatol this isxa0 a type of b vitamin now it’s not technically currently a b vitamin but it was considered axa0 b vitamin at one time but myo-inositol taken in a good amount can help regulate this hormone asxa0 well as luteinizing hormone from the pituitary so this is a really good thing to take postmenopausalxa0 also royal jelly is another natural product that you can take as well that can help lowerxa0 this hormone as well bees make royal jelly and this compound is for the queen bee to help thexa0 fertility of the queen bee and it just so happens that they can accumulate it they make a supplementxa0 out of it and you can take it to help balance out your um pituitary hormones so it tends toxa0 help normalize if a hormone is is too high or too low in pituitary as it relatesxa0 to stimulating the ovaries so at first definitely implement these things right herexa0 if you’re not happy with the results then add these two supplements right here all right thanksxa0 for watching before you go if you have a question about a product or you’re new to keto and youxa0 want to know how to begin keto or you’re on keto and you need a debug because it’s not going asxa0 smooth i have a keto consultant standing by to help you this is just for the people in thexa0 us hopefully in the future we’ll be able to answer everyone’s call but i put the numberxa0 down below so you can call and get some help

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Can’t seem to lose weight after menopause? Here’s what you can do.

Timestamps:
0:00 How to lose weight postmenopausal
1:25 Still can’t lose weight? Here’s why!
3:16 What to do for stubborn postmenopausal weight
4:17 Key takeaways
4:27 Need keto consulting?

In this video, we’re going to talk about the best way to lose weight if you’re postmenopausal.

I’ve done many other videos on this topic where I cover five things:
1. Lower your carbs to less than 10 grams
2. Fast (one meal a day)
3. Add exercise (and long walks)
4. Get plenty of quality sleep
5. Avoid alcohol

What if you’re already doing all of these things, and you still can’t seem to lose enough weight?

First, let’s talk about the pituitary. The pituitary gland produces many different hormones. One hormone is called FSH—its purpose is to tell the ovaries to make estrogen.

However, after menopause, your ovaries no longer create estrogen. This means that FSH levels stay high because the ovaries do not send feedback to lower FSH.

FSH also happens to make fat. This is a big problem because it can make weight loss very difficult.

After menopause, your cortisol levels increase. This may also contribute to difficulty losing weight.

There are a couple of things you can do to prevent these issues:
1. Take Myo-inositol
2. Take royal jelly

Dr. Eric Berg DC Bio:
Dr. Berg, age 55, is a chiropractor who specializes in Healthy Ketosis & Intermittent Fasting. He is the author of the best-selling book The Healthy Keto Plan, and is the Director of Dr. Berg Nutritionals. He no longer practices, but focuses on health education through social media.

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5 Reasons MY Belly Fat was STICKING AROUND (Why YOURS is Too)

5 Reasons MY Belly Fat was STICKING AROUND (Why YOURS is Too)

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Eating Too Frequently (not fasting)

Study – Diabetes Care (2019)

Twenty-eight volunteers with diabetes (BMI 32.4 ± 5.2 kg/m2 and HbA1c 8.1 ± 1.1% [64.5 ± 11.9 mmol/mol]) were randomly assigned to 3Mdiet or 6Mdiet.

3Mdiet, but not 6Mdiet, led to a significant weight loss (-5.4 ± 0.9 kg) and decreased HbA1c (-12 mmol/mol [-1.2%]) after 12 weeks.

Not Enough Protein

Study – Obesity

A total of 27 overweight/obese men were randomized to groups that consumed an energy-restriction diet (750 kcal/day below daily energy need) as either higher protein (HP, 25% of energy as protein, n = 14) or normal protein (NP, 14% of energy as protein, n = 13) for 12 weeks

The 3-EO pattern led to greater evening and late-night fullness vs. 6-EO but only within the HP group

**In other words, 3 meals/day with high protein was found to be more satiating than 6 meals/day with normal protein**

Researchers conluded that “collectively, these data support the consumption of HP intake, but not greater eating frequency, for improved appetite control and satiety in overweight/obese men during energy-restriction-induced weight loss.”

Fasting Too Much

Fairly simple here – by fasting too much you’re inadvertently reducing calories

The study from the European Journal of Sports Science journal found that young men ate about 650 fewer calories per day when they limited their food intake to a 4-hour period

Not everyone is going to restrict themselves to a 4-hour eating window, but the point is that with a shorter eating window, the harder it is to eat at maintenance, let alone a surplus

And when your calories do drop too much, leptin levels decrease and your thyroid will slow

Incorrect Refeeds

Moving on to leptin, I think having refeeds as a reason is important as most people seem to have an incorrect view of how leptin works – people who have been dieting for an extended period of time think one cheat meal will completely fix a plateau

A study published in Metabolism found that overfeeding only boosts metabolism between 3 and 10% for no more than 24 hours.

Another study, this time from International Journal of Obesity, showed that temporarily upping calorie intake could re-up leptin production by nearly 30% for up to 24 hours

Additional

The MATADOR (minimizing adaptive thermogenesis and deactivating obesity rebound) study:

Insufficient Sleep

Public Library of Science: Medicine

In this study, subjects (1,024 ) who consistently slept less than five hours a night had significant differences in the hormones leptin and ghrelin as compared with people who slept an average of eight hours a night

More specifically, subjects suffering a lack of sleep had 16% less leptin and nearly 15% more ghrelin than those who were well rested did

Impaired Insulin Signaling

It’s also been found that a lack of sleep can affect weight due to impaired insulin signaling

A study published in the Annals of Internal Medicine had 7 adults undergo four days of 4.5 hours of sleep vs 8.5 hours of sleep

Essentially, it can make fat cells 30% less able to deal with insulin

Lack of sleep also gives you the munchies as it increases levels of the endocannabinoid 2-arachidonoylglycerol (2-AG)

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Intermittent FASTING & FAT LOSS 101: How Fat Loss BEGINS in the Body

Intermittent FASTING & FAT LOSS 101: How Fat Loss BEGINS in the Body

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Your body already has the tool to burn fat, you just need to learn how to activate it. You see, within all our bodies, we have an enzyme known as “hormone-sensitive lipase.” This enzyme is THE fat burning enzyme. In other words, activation of this enzyme = fat loss. So let’s dive into the science and see how it works! I’ll see you in the comments.

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References

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6 Secret Ways to Lose the HIDDEN Fat UNDER Your Belly (Visceral Fat)

6 Secret Ways to Lose the HIDDEN Fat UNDER Your Belly (Visceral Fat)

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you can be lean and thin on the outside but technically fat on the inside you could walk around and people would never know that you’re actually fat because you could look lean but you have a lot of visceral fat you see subcutaneous fat is the fat that’s just underneath our skin it’s the unsightly fat that we don’t really like but the thing is is the subcutaneous fat although annoying isn’t really all that dangerous from a hormonal standpoint I mean yes in excess definitely but a little bit of sub-q fat is not bad it secretes good hormones it secretes leptin it secretes things that help encourage good sex drive and sex hormones okay but visceral fat is the fat that is in our abdomen that we cannot see and that is the fat that is dangerous and that is the fat that could lead to more sub-q fat later on you see here’s the thing that visceral fat is inside our abdominal cavity and it’s going to leak inflammatory cytokines it’s very inflammatory which means that it leaks things that trigger inflammation now it doesn’t just link them into the bloodstream it leaks them into the portal vein of the bloodstream which drains directly into the liver which means that we have potentially inflammatory cytokines going right into the liver which could instill some inflammation in us but worst of all that ends up setting the stage for metabolic distress okay if you’re draining a bunch of inflammation into the liver then how is the liver able to process food and nutrients and actually do its job the point is it’s dangerous stuff and I want to teach you how you can target it now the only reason that I know this stuff is simply because the research is out there okay I’m only providing this for informational purposes because I’ve seen the research and I think it needs to be out there the only way that you can know if you have high levels of visceral fat is to go and get a DEXA scan okay body fat calipers or body fat testing or bio and Pedic scales aren’t gonna tell you you need a DEXA scan that actually it looks at you that way anyhow how do we target it well the first way is gonna be via a low glycemic or low insulin diet now I’m not trying to say that you need to do a ketogenic diet okay I’m careful not to say that in this video the point is any ways that you can limit insulin you’re going to have an improvement in visceral fat so whether that be by doing a ketogenic diet whether it be by doing some fastening or it’s just by introducing low glycemic carbs instead of highly Cement carbs you’re gonna be in a better situation from a visceral fat standpoint take a look at this study so this study was published in the journal Obesity took a look at 69 diabetic and overweight patients okay very simply put they had them all go on a you caloric diet which means they ate the same amount of calories the only thing that was different between them is for eight weeks one group ate a high glycemic diet and another group ate a low glycemic carbohydrate well neither group lost all that much weight so at first glance you’re like all right neither diet really worked but the group that ate the low glycemic carbohydrates lost ten point nine percent visceral fat whereas the group that consumed the same amount of calories but via high glycemic carbs gained one point three percent visceral fat okay if that doesn’t prove that a calorie is just a calorie is wrong I don’t know what will a calorie is not just a calorie clearly a low glycemic carbohydrate didn’t affect the what we know is inflammatory visceral fat compared to high glycemic carbs clearly adding inflammatory visceral fat so anyhow let’s move on to the next little trick limiting fructose ok fructose is the sugar that comes from fruit and am i saying you shouldn’t eat fruit no fruit is fine okay just in moderation I usually recommend not having more than like forty to fifty grams of fructose per day different if you’re on keto but just in general see fructose can only get metabolized in the liver which means that it overloads the liver quickly and it goes through what’s called de novo lipid Genesis if we have too much to know beloved Genesis is where sugar gets converted into fat but really fructose well guess what the liver is in your abdominal cavity so if it gets converted into fat where is it going to get deposited it’s gonna get deposited right in our abdominal cavity as you guessed it visceral fat so an interesting study that was published in the journal gastroenterology took a look at 49 overweight children in this case and it put them on a limited fructose diet for nine days okay so about a week and a half well what they found is after just a week and a half these subjects reduce their visceral fat content by thirteen cubic centimeters that’s a week and a half and they’re already reducing that much now they actually lost more visceral adipose tissue than they did subcutaneous tissue so again at first glance might think no they didn’t lose that much but they actually lost a significant amount of fat they just lost it in the harmful visceral fat form which is what we want to get rid of so it’s not always about what you are seeing on the scale or what you’re seeing in the mirror if you’re making healthier choices you’re probably improving your health I’m just gonna go out on a limb and say that now here’s an interesting one for those of you that are vitamin junkies vitamin D might be something that’s going to help you out with your visceral fat levels yeah so the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition published an interesting study this one took a look at test subjects that consumed a hundred IU’s of vitamin D alongside calcium fortified orange juice yes pure fructose actually kind of ironic okay compared to subjects that didn’t have the vitamin D well they found the subjects that had the vitamin D had a decrease in their visceral fat levels now the interesting thing is is that these were subjects that were deficient in vitamin D so full disclaimer if you have adequate amounts of vitamin D man this may not have the same effect but seventy-seven percent of Americans are deficient in vitamin D so there’s a good chance you’re going to get a positive effect on your visceral fat if you do take in some vitamin D it’s just something to consider when you’re looking at the vitamin shelf all right then we have to look at this very important one which is fasting fasting whether it’s 18 hours or whether it’s 72 hours has some powerful effects when it comes down to the utilization of visceral fat fasting preferentially runs on visceral fat it’s a brown form of fat so even though it’s not a good fat it’s still a brown fat that contributes to energy when we’re fasting now there’s been some studies have shown that fasting actually recruits white adipose tissue which is like our sub-q tissue into visceral fat and then burns it that sounds kind of weird right we don’t want visceral fat to to be there but it’s kind of a staging area for fasting so the longer the short of it is this intermittent fasting indirectly burns up visceral fat it’s a great way to reduce misrule fat it’s a great way to reduce fat in general in fact it’s going to burn them both at about the same rate from what I’ve seen in the way of research so it’s pretty wild stuff now I will say if you’re someone that’s trying to make some of these healthier decisions you may want to check out thrive market so I put a link down below to thrive market because I’ve been able to Kito and fasting grocery boxes through thrive now they’re a huge sponsor of this channel and they’re awesome but at the same time I’ve been able to create grocery boxes for people that’s really convenient right so if you’re trying to do intermittent fasting you don’t know where to start you want to be able to get the right foods from when you do break your fast I highly recommend that you check out my fasting bundle with thrive marketplace so that way you don’t have to I don’t know go to the 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effect on visceral fat but by default if you have an increase in the waist-hip ratio you generally are looking at an increase in visceral fat now I have another case study to add to this to kind of connect the dots you might be wondering what the heck I’m even talking about the point is with lrp v you could have an L RP v loss of function and not know it and that would mean your body is going to distribute fat unevenly even if you’re perfectly healthy so I have a quick solution for you just hang tight okay so there’s one particular case study in this case study was published in the frontiers of endocrinology I want you to take a look at the picture that’s on the screen right now okay and tell me what body fat percentage you think this person is well guess what their body fat percentage as measured by calipers isn’t even measurable it’s that lean but when this subjects went over to do a DEXA scan he was sixteen percent body fat indicating that he clearly had a high degree of visceral fat it wasn’t visible but he had a lot of body fat it was just so wasn’t seen well guess what this test subject has the lrp 5 loss-of-function which means that his body isn’t really receiving the cholesterol is right long story short he has this loss of function that I’m talking about and he has high levels of this real fat so we have to connect the dots of these two studies that show that a loss of function with LR p5 could very well indicate that you’re gonna store fat as visceral fat much easier so what is the solution well research shows that low-dose lithium orotate yes the same thing that is prescribed in higher doses for anxiety and depression can be used to improve the function of the LR p5 and the downstream WMT signaling pathway this is all very complicated if you’re a science nerd and you’re digging this if you’re not you’re totally lost and you can probably turn off the video simple point is if you get over-the-counter online like 5 milligram dose of lithium you can have a pretty solid improvement that’s lr p5 now the problem is you have to go and get some blood testing to see if you even have that issue but long story short just an interesting bonus so as always please do keep it locked in here in my channel if you want me to expand on any more of this nerdy stuff with LR p5 or anything like that put it down below in the comment section and please don’t forget to check out thrive market because they do make this channel possible thank you again I’ll see you in the next video 

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Will Adrenal Fatigue Cause Weight Gain?

Will Adrenal Fatigue Cause Weight Gain?

Will Adrenal Fatigue Cause Weight Gain?

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let’s talk about adrenal fatigue and answer the question will adrenal fatigue actually cause you to gain weight or not but you also have to understand why you would get weight gain with adrenal fatigue and how it all works so the first thing you need to know is that the medical profession does not acknowledge adrenal fatigue as a medical problem okay they don’t recognize it I don’t know why not because there is a condition of hyper cortisol ism okay that’s high cortisol so the adrenal gland has an outside and an inside the outside makes cortisol this is the stress hormone so there’s a condition called Cushing’s syndrome okay from this book I’ll show you right here the civic collection of medical illustration volume for endocrinology by Frank knitter so as you can see right here there’s a condition called Cushing’s syndrome this is high cortisol hyper cortisol ism okay too much cortisol but here’s the thing do you one day just wake up with this condition no it starts at a certain point and it gradually gets worse and worse and worse and worse just like you have instant resistance pre-diabetic and then eventually a diabetic so the cortisol being high there’s always a beginning point and it could be subclinical where you start developing symptoms yet it’s not a full-blown problem yet and that’s the way I look at adrenal fatigue because you can have a series of stress events over the years and start having more and more problems with fatigue to the point where it becomes magnified as a full-blown Cushing’s syndrome problem so here are the symptoms with a full-blown Cushing syndrome case okay a lot of visceral fat so you’re gonna see more belly sagging fat but not necessarily kind of like a superficial love handles as much or superficial fat all over its gonna be in the midsection mainly and I think the reason why is because cortisol is a stress hormone and if you think about during dates your body would want to store fat closest to the organs the vital organs the liver the heart things like that number two high blood pressure the three round face red cheeks fatigue lowered immune system susceptible to viruses anxiety Buffalo Hump okay fat on your collarbone also you have thin skin because cortisol is a very destructive hormone it’s called catabolic so it starts to break down proteins and you’re gonna see it in your your skin the skin is just very very thin decreased libido then we have low potassium and you also have high sodium so you’re gonna retain fluid and low vitamin D levels okay now there’s a lot of other symptoms involved but these are the main ones also insomnia that’s another one as well other than that you can be perfectly fine and a lot of people have a lot of these symptoms so they may not have a full-blown Cushing’s syndrome but they might have something that’s not quite as severe and that’s adrenal fatigue so if we come back to the question can adrenal fatigue cause weight gain it really depends on how chronic it is okay now high cortisol can come from many things stress it could come from a tumor and your pituitary it could come from a virus it could come from major loss of a loved one so it can come from many different things but if you have chronic stress that can definitely create adrenal fatigue so it really depends how long you’ve had the stress or if it was a short-term thing and your diet there’s one thing about having high cortisol causing the fat but then what about the diet are you eating really good to maybe counter some of that effect because the more stressor you are the healthier the diet should be but in theory people will tend to eat what when they’re stressed they eat carbs right so that makes things worse and then also what is causing this stress what is triggering this thing you locate the actual cause of the stress and fix it and sometimes you can’t so you have to maybe improve it slowly over time but there’s always something you can do to improve this situation so really the weight gain depends on several factors so here’s another question that I think it’s really important is why with someone with adrenal fatigue or high cortisol actually gain weight in the first place well the cortisol is a survival hormone and it needs to release quick energy okay so what it does is it releases stored sugar from your liver and your muscles so it just dumps this sugar okay so that’s one thing that it will do and then this sugar then gets converted into fat later okay especially if you don’t need the sugar because we’re not being chased by a tiger anymore we’re sitting in a desk we’re not as mobile or stressed and so all the sugar can easily then be converted to fat around your gut so cortisol gives you quick energy releases sugar but it also does this other thing it will make new sugar it’s called gluco neo Genesis now where does it make sure you’re from your own muscles so it converts your muscles into sugar which then turns into fat okay and what muscle does it primarily go after your thigh muscle and your gluttonous Maximus so you start losing your thighs and your butt so all this turns into sugar then converts into fat around the midsection so that’s why you would get weight gain in the midsection but now how does this actually work well high sugar stimulates insulin okay and insulin will do two things insulin is a fat making hormone but it also prevents the burning of fat so if here you are in this chronic stress states okay we’re not even talking about eating sugar just being in stress and your body is not going to be able to get you in the ketosis because of highest cortisol and the high sugar in the high insulin so it’s gonna be really hard for you to get in the state of fat-burning if you have high cortisol and we’re not even talking about your diet at all and they also mentioned that the cortisol receptors a lot of them are in the midsection right here so that’s where you’re going to gain the way as the kind of a protective mechanism to feed organs during stress dates and because the vitamin D is low your cortisol can be even higher because vitamin D helps to regulate cortisol it helps to keep cortisol in check this and this is why a low vitamin D state can also gain weight because the chorus all goes up also your potassium is going to be lowered okay right here and you’re not going to be able to regulate that insulin resistance when you take insulin you make insulin more sensitive and it can actually help to prevent it from getting out of control so when you have high cortisol there’s always a low potassium low vitamin D high sodium situation alright so now that you have all the different pieces to this puzzle which i think is very important starting out with increasing your awareness of what’s going on now the question is what is the stress that’s triggering the whole thing you have to look into your life and find out what stress that is even if there is a tumor somewhere what could trigger the tumor alright so now that you’re aware of everything now the question is identifying the trigger what is causing this high level of cortisol it’s usually going to be something related to stress and you have to kind of scan your environment find out where it’s coming from and do what you can to improve it as much as possible very important okay next one is keto healthy keto this is going to lower your stress because ketones are a more efficient fuel they’ll increase oxygen less waste they’re a low stress fuel glucose is very stressful and it creates the blood sugar swings and it can really wear you out then intamin fasting it’ll been fasting increases your cells tolerance to so it actually makes your cells tough so these these two right here are very very important taking vitamin D can actually help lower cortisol so that’s really important I would take at least 20,000 I use okay with that take vitamin k2 vitamin C is needed a lot of the vitamin C in your body is stored in your green or glands so you need about M and C to support the adrenal and this can also come from sauerkraut is a good source of vitamin C and leafy greens and then potassium from leafy leafy greens as well as avocados because potassium can help make insulin work better and help minimize the insulin spike and also almost forgot about it would be one very very very important all right so coming full circle will adrenal fatigue cause weight gain it really depends on your diet how long the stress is been there alright have you fixed the stress and use other factors like nutrients and fasting and check out this video on the adrenal body type if you haven’t seen it before you definitely check it out 

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What is adrenal fatigue, and will it cause you to gain weight? Watch this video to find out.

Timestamps:
0:33 How the adrenal glands work
0:46 What is Cushing’s syndrome?
1:52 Cushing’s syndrome symptoms
3:25 Can adrenal fatigue actually cause you to gain weight?
4:54 Why does adrenal fatigue cause weight gain?
5:42 How does adrenal fatigue cause weight gain?
7:55 How can you fix the problem?

In this video, let’s talk about adrenal fatigue. The question I want to answer is this: can adrenal fatigue cause you to gain weight?

The first thing you need to know is that the medical profession does not acknowledge adrenal fatigue as a medical problem. They just don’t recognize it.

There’s a condition called Cushing’s syndrome, which is characterized by high cortisol or hypercortisolism. Cortisol is known as the stress hormone, and the adrenal glands are responsible for creating it.

The thing is, you don’t just wake up with this Cushing’s. It gradually starts and gets worse it worse. The starting point is adrenal fatigue—the same way that prediabetes happens before type II diabetes.

With a full-blown Cushing’s syndrome case, you can see these symptoms:
• Visceral fat
• High blood pressure
• Round face
• Red cheeks
• Fatigue
• Anxiety
• Buffalo hump
• Fat-collar bone
• Thin skin
• Decreased libido
• Hypokalemia
• Low vitamin D
• Insomnia

However, people with adrenal fatigue can also experience these symptoms, but they may not be quite as severe.

Let’s get back to the question, “Can adrenal fatigue cause weight gain?”

It really depends on how chronic it is. If you have an issue with chronic stress, as opposed to only having occasional stress events, then you can definitely have some weight gain. It also depends on the diet. If you have a bad diet and you have chronic stress, the situation is going to be far worse.

Why does cortisol cause weight gain? The purpose of cortisol is to increase your energy in stressful situations, like being chased by a tiger. However, when that energy (which is sugar in this case) isn’t being used—like those who work at a desk—it gets stored as fat. Even worse, cortisol converts your muscle into sugar, which can reduce your muscle mass.

Cortisol also has another function. Along with creating fat, it prevents the burning of fat. This means that you’ll have a hard time to get into ketosis.

The key is to start by figuring out where the stress is coming from. Then, you can work towards lowering it. Next, start on Healthy Keto and intermittent fasting. Finally, make sure you are getting plenty of vitamin D, vitamin C, and potassium.

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