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Cutting Carbs But Still Not Losing Weight

Cutting Carbs But Still Not Losing Weight

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Are you on keto and intermittent fasting, but you’re still not seeing the results you want? Here’s why!

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0:00 Introduction
0:20 Two reasons why fasting and keto aren’t working
0:40 How sleep affects weight loss
2:59 How stress affects weight loss
4:40 How to bulletproof your immune system •Free course!

In this video, we’re going to talk about what to do when cutting your carbs doesn’t help you lose weight.

When you hit a plateau, I typically say you need to cut your carbs down and eat less frequently. But what do you do if that doesn’t work?

There are two situations that may cause you to stop losing weight even when you’re fasting and lowering your carbs. The first situation is when you’re not getting enough sleep, and the second is when you’re stressed out.

Not getting the right amount of quality sleep can stop weight loss because of a hormone called melatonin. Sleep produces melatonin, and melatonin inhibits insulin. So if you’re not getting enough sleep, you won’t have enough melatonin to keep your insulin levels under control.

High insulin causes your body to store sugar as fat. This is obviously not good for losing weight.

Exposure to blue light before bed and late-night snacking can lead to poor sleep.

Stress affects weight loss because of the hormone cortisol. Cortisol, also known as the stress hormone, releases glucose as a source of quick energy. In turn, this releases sugar into the body and causes high insulin.

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The Big Problems with Chronic Inflammation

The Big Problems with Chronic Inflammation

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Take a look at the big problems with chronic inflammation. There are quite a few.
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0:00 Chronic inflammation 
0:10 Problems with chronic inflammation: Arteries 
1:42 Problems with chronic inflammation: Asthma 
1:58 Problems with chronic inflammation: Arthritis 
2:25 Problems with chronic inflammation: Autoimmune diseases 
3:17 Problems with chronic inflammation: Cortisol 
4:23 Problems with chronic inflammation: Diabetes 
4:57 Problems with chronic inflammation: Refined foods 
5:28 Problems with chronic inflammation: Infections 
6:35 Problems with chronic inflammation: Cancer 
8:22 Bulletproof your immune system *free course! 

In this video, I want to cover the big problems with chronic inflammation. 

The big problems with chronic inflammation: 

1. Damage inside of the arteries 
This could potentially lead to a higher risk of:
• Plaque in the arteries 
• Clots
• A stroke
• A heart attack 
What you could do:
• Get on the Healthy Keto diet 
• Do intermittent fasting 
• Take tocotrienols (a type of vitamin E) 
• Take omega-3 fatty acids 

2. Asthma 
What you could do:
• Take vitamin D3 

3. Arthritis 
What you could do:
• Take stinging nettle root 

4. Autoimmune conditions
What you could do:
• Get on Healthy Keto 
• Do intermittent fasting 
• Take vitamin D3

5. Stress that activates cortisol 
This could potentially lead to a higher risk of:
• A cortisol resistance situation 
• Addison’s disease 
What you could do:
• Support the adrenals directly 
• Take vitamin D3

6. Diabetes 
What you could do:
• Get on the Healthy Keto diet
• Do intermittent fasting 

7. Refined foods 
This could potentially lead to:
• More oxidation and free-radical damage in the DNA and tissues 
What you could do:
• Avoid refined foods 
•  Consume foods high in nutrients and antioxidants 

8. Infections 
This could potentially lead to:
• Inflammation in different places of the body 
What you could do:
• Reduce your stress
• Take things that are antimicrobial (garlic, oregano, and thyme) 

9. Cancer 
What you could do:
• Avoid carcinogens 
• Consume anti-cancer foods 
• Do fasting 

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Adrenal Fatigue Could be a Liver Problem

Adrenal Fatigue Could be a Liver Problem

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0:00 Adrenal fatigue could be a liver problem
0:10 Other organs that produce cortisol
0:32 Symptoms of adrenal fatigue
0:47 How liver damage causes adrenal fatigue
2:07 Key takeaways
2:56 How to bulletproof your immune system

In this video, we’re going to talk about adrenal fatigue and liver problems.

If you have adrenal fatigue and you’ve been working on your adrenals for a while with no results, it could be a sign of something else—your liver. The adrenal glands aren’t the only way that your body produces cortisol.

Your liver can actually produce cortisol—and so can your immune cells, gonads, and central nervous system.

The more your liver is damaged, the fewer adrenal hormones you’re going to have available.

Symptoms of adrenal fatigue include:
• Low tolerance to stress
• Poor immune function
• Fatigue
• Sleeplessness or insomnia

The liver has a protein called cortisol-binding globulin (or transcortin). 75% of the cortisol in your body is locked up in this. The more liver damage, the less cortisol you will have.

When you have less cortisol, the more symptoms you will experience, including:
• Allergies
• Inflammation
• Pain
• Asthma

In turn, some will be put on prednisone, which is a synthetic form of cortisol. However, this can make matters worse since the side effects of this can contribute to:
• Fatty liver
• High glucose
• Diabetes
• High blood pressure
• Increased belly fat

In summary, if you’ve been working on your adrenals with no results, make sure you consider the health of your liver and address any problems there first. Healthy keto and intermittent fasting are some of the best things you can do to support a healthy liver.

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Stress Eater? WATCH THIS

Stress Eater? WATCH THIS

Stress Eater? WATCH THIS

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Do you stress eat? This is why you snack when stressed and how to stop.

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0:00 Stress eating
1:03 Why you snack when stressed
1:38 Causes of high cortisol
2:03 Stress and will power
2:20 How to stop stress eating
5:40 Bulletproof your immune system *free course!

Today we’re going to talk about why some people snack when stressed. The hormone that’s triggered by stress is cortisol. Cortisol is a hormone that has a function of regulating blood sugar to a certain degree.

If a person has low blood sugar, cortisol is released and helps the body turn protein, fat, or ketones into sugar. This is called gluconeogenesis. The body is making sugar out of non-carbohydrate sources.

Stress raises cortisol. Cortisol releases sugar, and there is a spike in blood sugar. Insulin kicks in and pushes the blood sugar down, causing low blood sugar. Now, the person will get hungry, crave carbs, and snack. When they snack, they’ll raise the blood sugar, and the whole cycle will start over.

Two things that can trigger cortisol:
1. Stress
2. Hypoglycemia (low blood sugar)

Not only can stress cause you to crave sugar, but it can also lower willpower.

A few tips to overcome the habit of snacking when stressed:
1. Never ask yourself what you’re in the mood to eat
2. Ignore the body when it demands refined carbs and sugar
3. Stick to consuming low carb foods
4. Take vitamin B1 (nutritional yeast)
5. Take MCT oil or tallow capsules

Dr. Eric Berg DC Bio:
Dr. Berg, age 56, 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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Does Keto and Fasting Increase Stress Hormones?

Does Keto and Fasting Increase Stress Hormones?

Does Keto and Fasting Increase Stress Hormones?

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Is doing keto and fasting stressful for the body? Here’s what you need to know.

Timestamps
0:00 Does keto and fasting increase stress?
0:42 Keto adaptation
0:58 Cortisol
1:46 What happens when you run the body on glucose
2:32 Do this when starting keto and fasting
2:48 Bulletproof your immune system (free course!)

Is it possible that when you start the keto plan or intermittent fasting, you will spike your adrenal hormones and create more stress in the body? The answer is no.

Some people believe that it appears to be stressful on the body because you’re starving the body of glucose. But, a person has fat on their body to be used as fuel. I believe it’s logical that our bodies are meant to run off of fat between meals.

Cortisol is a stress hormone. Cortisol is also called glucocorticoid. One of the big functions of cortisol is to keep your blood sugars from getting too low. It will release stored glucose or cause the production of glucose to maintain the blood sugars. This isn’t a stress event. It’s a normal thing that occurs in the body.

It takes about three days for the body to start adapting from burning glucose to burning fat. Cortisol can rise a little bit when a person goes through the three-day keto-adaptation phase, but then it levels out.

When you run your body on glucose, it is very stressful for the body, and you can’t tap into your own fat. But, when you get into ketosis, you could go from a stress state to a much higher level of calmness and state of well-being. Burning fat or being in ketosis is a non-stressful state.

Keep in mind, when you start keto and fasting, it’s important to take electrolytes and B vitamins.

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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Does Inflammation Cause Diabetes?

Does Inflammation Cause Diabetes?

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Here’s what you need to know about inflammation, obesity, and diabetes.

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0:00 Does inflammation cause diabetes?
0:20 Which comes first, diabetes or inflammation?
1:40 The primary cause of inflammation
3:13 What causes fat burning?
4:06 How to speed up weight loss
5:10 Need keto consulting?

In this video, we’re going to talk about diabetes and inflammation. In my last live show, I discovered that many people still have some confusion about inflammation, insulin resistance, and obesity. I’m going to clear up these concerns in this video.

There are many different chain reactions that happen in the body when you’re dealing with diabetes and weight gain. It’s sort of a chicken or the egg situation: does diabetes cause obesity and inflammation, or does obesity and inflammation cause diabetes?

Inflammation does contribute to insulin resistance. Then, insulin resistance causes diabetes—which can cause weight gain. The more fat in your body, the more inflammation you’re going to have. This is a cyclical situation.

Keep in mind that inflammation, in general, does not cause fat directly. However, it can worsen type 2 diabetes and hinder your ability to lose weight.

The primary cause of inflammation is glucose—too many carbohydrates. Secondary causes may include too much iron, too much omega-6, alcohol, cortisol resistance, and infection.

Glucose is the primary driver of fat, too—it triggers insulin, which is an energy storage hormone that prevents fat burning.

In my live show, I asked the question, “what is the primary way to get into ketosis?” Not everyone said decreased carbs. Some people said taking ketones. This won’t cause you to lose weight.

The two things you need to do to get into ketosis are to drop your carbs and decrease the frequency of your eating.

The keto diet and intermittent fasting are powerful weight loss tools. If you want faster weight loss, you can then focus on lowering inflammation by avoiding alcohol, fixing infections, lowering omega-6s, and fixing cortisol resistance (lowering your stress), and avoiding iron supplements.

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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Do I Have High or Low Cortisol: Confusion Clarified

Do I Have High or Low Cortisol: Confusion Clarified

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DATA:
Ginsenoside Rg1, a Novel Glucocorticoid Receptor Agonist of Plant Origin, Maintains Glucocorticoid Efficacy with Reduced Side Effects | The Journal of Immunology (jimmunol.org)

Generalized Glucocorticoid Resistance: Clinical Aspects, Molecular Mechanisms, and Implications of a Rare Genetic Disorder (nih.gov)

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Timestamps
0:00 Cortisol explained
0:35 Symptoms of high cortisol
1:08 Symptoms of low cortisol 
1:45 Cushing’s syndrome and Addison’s disease 
2:10 A subclinical cortisol problem
2:42 Cortisol resistance explained 
4:35 What to do for cortisol resistance
5:15 What to do from a nutritional standpoint 

There is a lot of confusion around cortisol. Many people are unsure whether or not they may have high cortisol or low cortisol. Today I want to help clear up this confusion. 

Symptoms of high cortisol (Cushing’s syndrome):
• Large waist
• Thin leg muscles 
• Round face
• Insomnia 
• Blood sugar issues 
• Atrophy in the gluteus maximus (butt muscles) 
• Acne 
• Allergies 
• Low vitamin D
• Excessive thinking 
• Osteoporosis 

Symptoms of low cortisol (Addison’s syndrome):
• Thin waist
• Tan 
• Vitiligo 
• Poor immune system 
• Salt cravings all day long 
• You’re completely burnt out 

Cushing’s syndrome is very rare. Addison’s disease is also very rare. However, there can be a subclinical problem with cortisol. This means that it may not show up on a blood test or a saliva test until it’s very advanced. I believe many people have a subclinical cortisol problem that’s hard to detect with certain testing. 

With a subclinical cortisol problem, the receptor for cortisol has become downgraded. There is now a cortisol resistance problem. With this situation, you can actually have symptoms of both low cortisol and high cortisol.

To potentially help with cortisol resistance, you need to do whatever you can to inhibit the trigger for cortisol. You need to drop your stress. Isolate where your stress is coming from and do whatever you can to minimize the stress. There are things you can do as far as exercise, diet, nutrients, and even a certain massage technique that I’ve outlined in other videos. There is also something natural called Panax ginseng that may potentially help, along with lowering your stress.

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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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Zinc Ability to Lower Cortisol

Zinc Ability to Lower Cortisol

Zinc Ability to Lower Cortisol

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let’s talk about zinc’s influence over cortisol zinc is a trace mineral i’ve done a lot of videos on it but it has a huge influence over something called the hpa axis hypothalamus which is in the brain pituitary and then we have adrenal so we have this whole feedback loop going on so the adrenals are controlled by the hypothalamus through the pituitary’s help and zinc supports this whole pathway so when you take zinc you actually have the ability to lower cortisol zinc also increases gaba which is very calming so when you take zinc it calms you down here’s another problem with lowered zinc when you’re low in zinc you’re automatically going to be a little bit higher in copper because they work together when you have this ratio right here it’s not good because then you start getting copper toxicity or copper overload and you get anxiety depression higher levels of cortisol and it puts your body in a stress mode so you’re in flight or fight the other point i want to make is if you have a hidden infection in your body some people have chronic fatigue syndrome or they have fibromyalgia or they have some type of low-grade infection behind the scenes they’re under stress they have this infection they have inflammation in the joints other places in the throat that is going to deplete a lot of your zinc and it’s going to raise your cortisol so that has to be addressed so if this situation is going on you need to do some additional things like aloe leaf extract colloidal silver oregano oil to handle the deeper source of the infection so your body doesn’t have to utilize all this zinc you can get zinc from shellfish pumpkin seeds brazil nuts so the point of this video is if you have some underlying stress situation or you can’t sleep and you’re trying to do everything you can you may want to also include zinc before you go if you have a question about a product or you’re new to keto and you want to know how to begin keto or you’re on keto and you need a debug because it’s not going as smooth i have a keto consultant standing by to help you this is just for the people in the u.s hopefully in the future we’ll be able to answer everyone’s call but i put the number down below so you can call and get some help

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If you’re trying to lower your cortisol, don’t forget about zinc! 

Timestamps
0:00 Zinc and cortisol 
0:07 Zinc could help lower cortisol 
0:32 Zinc and GABA 
0:42 Zinc and copper 
1:05 Hidden infections and zinc 
1:50 Foods rich in zinc 

Today we’re going to talk about the influence of zinc over cortisol. Zinc is a trace mineral that has a huge influence over the HPA axis. The HPA axis is basically a feedback loop going through the hypothalamus, pituitary, and adrenal glands. Zinc supports this whole pathway. When you take zinc, it could actually help lower cortisol. Zinc also increases GABA, which is very calming. 

When you’re low in zinc, you’re going to be a little bit higher in copper because they work together. But, lower zinc and higher copper is not good.

This situation could create copper toxicity, which could cause: 
• Anxiety 
• Depression 
• Higher cortisol 
• Your body to go into stress mode 

If you have a hidden infection combined with stress and inflammation, this situation could deplete your zinc and raise your cortisol. 

A few good sources of zinc:
• Shellfish 
• Pumpkin seeds 
• Brazil nuts 

If you have a stress issue or you can’t sleep, and you’re trying to do everything you can to fix the issue, you may also want to include zinc. 

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Fasting Affects Your Hormones Greatly

Fasting Affects Your Hormones Greatly

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How does fasting affect your hormones? Here’s everything you need to know!

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Timestamps
0:00 Hormone effects from fasting
0:36 Adrenaline and fasting
2:03 Cortisol and fasting
2:33 Leptin and fasting
3:34 Insulin resistance and fasting
4:08 Serotonin and fasting
4:28 Growth hormone and fasting
4:57 Glucagon and fasting
5:28 T3 and fasting
6:12 Estrogen and fasting
7:21 Check out our keto recipe channel

In this video, I want to talk to you about how fasting affects hormones.

I’m going to compare the effects of short (2-7 days) and long (8-20 days) fasts. This data is not based on intermittent fasting.

Adrenaline – This is a counter-regulatory hormone. During short fasts, adrenaline can increase. During long fasts, adrenaline lowers. When adrenaline levels are high, you may experience poor sleep. It can help to take calcium citrate or calcium lactate.

Cortisol – Cortisol is a stress hormone and a counter-regulatory hormone that will help prevent blood sugar levels from dropping too much. During short fasting, cortisol can raise, and during long fasts, cortisol tends to normalize.

Leptin – This is a hormone that helps you feel satisfied. When leptin is up, you feel satisfied and not hungry. However, way too much leptin causes leptin resistance—this is common in obese people. In turn, leptin stops working, so you never feel satisfied after eating. Both short and long fasts will lower leptin, which helps fix leptin resistance and restore your satisfaction after eating.

Insulin – One of the biggest benefits of fasting is lowering insulin levels. High insulin causes insulin resistance, which causes even higher levels of insulin that can develop into diabetes. Both short and long fasts help reduce insulin.

Serotonin – This hormone increases with both short and long fasts. Serotonin has a lot of cognitive benefits. It will help you sleep better at night and feel like you’re in a better state of well-being.

Growth hormone (GH) – This is the anti-aging hormone. It protects muscle, collagen, joints, and skin. Most people over 50 are deficient in GH. Both long and short-term fasting will increase growth hormone.

Glucagon – This is the opposing hormone to insulin. Levels of glucagon are raised with both short-term and long-term fasting. Glucagon helps you burn fat and prevent weight gain.

T3 – This thyroid hormone will actually lower with all forms of fasting. However, this will not harm your metabolism because it causes an increase in reverse T3.

Estrogen – Fasting will lower estrogen levels. This usually isn’t a big problem unless you have low estrogen. If you have low estrogen levels, you can take natural vitamin E to help balance your estrogen.

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Dr. Berg Interviews Siim Land on Fasting, Autophagy and More

Dr. Berg Interviews Siim Land on Fasting, Autophagy and More

Dr. Berg Interviews Siim Land on Fasting, Autophagy and More

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Enjoy this fascinating interview with Siim Land on intermittent fasting, autophagy, and more. 

Timestamps:
0:00 Welcoming Siim Land 
0:45 How Siim got into fasting
2:10 Ancient diet and nutrition 
7:40 What is autophagy? 
9:30 Fasting and cancer 
16:50 Ketones 
19:15 Fasting and muscle mass
23:22 Fasting and cortisol 
24:58 Explaining mTOR  
28:09 How much protein to consume 
35:38 MCT oil and fasting 
37:36 Siim’s books 

We have a very special guest with us today. Siim Land is an author of several amazing books specializing in autophagy, fasting, and keto. He’s also a great content creator, as well as a holistic health practitioner and high-performance coach. We are also excited to have Siim speaking at our Summit coming up, which is something you won’t want to miss!

Siim got into intermittent fasting while doing weightlifting and bodybuilding in high school. It started as a dieting and nutritional tool. But as he enjoyed it, he researched more and more about it and wanted to share what he learned with others. 

In this unique interview, we’re going to dive into intermittent fasting, autophagy, and much more. Enjoy!

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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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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