The Adrenal Fatigue Diet

The Adrenal Fatigue Diet

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let’s talk about the adrenal fatigue diet another name for that would be the adrenal body type diet I talked extensively about that in my book the healthy keto plan which has been through several additions and updates and today I’m going to explain the latest version so you have all the details now why would someone do the adrenal fatigue diet in the first place well first of all they might have adrenal fatigue or they did the keto plan they did the intermittent fasting but the results are just not what they intended I created different plans based on body type so there’s an adrenal body type there’s a liver body type there’s an ovary body type and there’s a thyroid body type so all four body types who come after someone did the basic plan but only if they’re not getting results so what is the dream fatigue diet it’s additional steps to improve your results okay when would you do it after two weeks okay you did it for two weeks results aren’t perfect boom you actually apply what I’m gonna show you so I’m gonna explain how to do it next but this diet plan helps reset and will help increase the recovery the unique thing about the adrenal gland is that it’s a stress gland and if you take a look at all the book different body types this is the most common simply because an average person goes through a tremendous amount of stress and then adrenal takes a beating and the cortisol is stimulated over and over and over a person becomes in flight or flight mode they stress out and now the adrenal hormones are pumping out more hormones than they need to over a long period of time and that basically makes the person not just tired but it decreases their ability to recover and heal and especially lose weight so they’re not going to be able to lose weight that well especially in the midsection so I’m going to show you how to tailor-make it after the two weeks so the first thing to do is do healthy keto and in termina fasting if you’re new to my channel I put a link down below of how to do that this is very very important that you get the basics in healthy keto and in a minute fasting for two weeks you may not need to do this if this works and I say this is very very successful so you might find that you don’t need to do anything else just do this plan right here it’s gonna be low-carb 20 to 50 grams of carbs per day or less moderate protein between three to six ounces of protein per meal high-quality protein like eggs fish grass-fed grass-finished beef things like that or lamb okay high fat okay we’re talking about a hundred grams to 130 grams now I don’t want you to calculate this with a scale or anything like that the fat really makes up 70% of the calories so I’m gonna recommend that you watch my video on this to get more data and examples of what this looks like because I don’t want to make it complex okay so at this point don’t worry about this you can get further details in the next video okay vegetables we don’t count vegetable carbohydrates but you want to have at least seven cups – 10 cups my wife and I went to lunch at two different restaurants and I was shocked to find out that the salads that they brought us were huge I’m talking they were at least eight cups I think my wife Sal was 10 cups of salad I was like amazed so apparently there are places that you can go we can get more salad versus this little tiny side one cup or a cup and a half of salad which doesn’t really do anything but we want the vitamins vitamin C folate minerals in the vegetables okay so this is the basic plan right through here and then we want to combine this with something called venom in the fasting okay so typically someone is consuming a breakfast okay breakfast comes from the word break fast you’re breaking the fast with the first meal so you’re fasting all that long and then you’re going to break the fast first thing we do if you have three meals you simply do this okay as you lower the carb and you increase the fat the need for a snack will go away so you’re able to go from one meal to the next without eating anything or snacking because you never want to snack or eat if you’re not hungry okay so three meals okay and then nothing between so you’re fasting you do that for a little bit all of a sudden you’re not hungry in the morning so don’t eat this breakfast in the morning if you’re not hungry okay so just let yourself go you can drink coffee whatever and then you go as long as you can so it might take a little bit before you cannot go to noon and have your first meal okay I like my first meal it’s really like eggs and bacon and things like that it’s like my breakfast because I don’t need a breakfast I just push it all the way to here now what happens over time as you do this you’re gonna start becoming adapted to ketones and then you want to take your lunch and your dinner and squish them together a little bit so there’s like four hour window and that will give you a 20 hour fast which is a good amount of fasting to produce some amazing results now a lot of people go to one meal a day some people stick with for four hours and they’re eating window some people actually need to do at lunch and six but the point is we want to start doing in a minute fasting and combine that with out the ketosis it’s gonna help the adrenals but let’s say for example you do this for two weeks and your results are not fantastic okay this is what you’re gonna do you’re going to adjust the protein you’re gonna increase the protein to maybe seven ounces maybe eight ounces maybe even nine ounces per meal why because with the adrenal hormones you’re gonna get an excessive amount of breakdown it’s called a catabolic effect Drina hormones break down muscle protein and it can even break down your own protein so if you’re in the state of high adrenal hormone cortisol and you’re breaking down muscle protein we want to replace that with protein so we want to increase a little bit more protein per meal that will help you the second thing you want to adjust the fat believe it or not a lot of people are not consuming enough fat okay so just what the adrenals want to make sure that we keep the fat on the high side avocado the fat in yolks coconut oil things like that we do not want to do a low fat diet because your adrenal hormones are made from fat okay so we need more fat to support the adrenals butter is another source of fat the kid number three the key nutrients for the adrenal fatigue diet or any adrenal body time would be vitamin b1 this is very very very important simply because the more stress you go through the more you burn up a vitamin b1 in fact you’ll be quite shocked when you take this and I like to get it from nutritional yeast because it’s a really good source and I have these tablets and I chew them when you take this within about three to four minutes you’re gonna feel a sense of relief the nervous tension will go away excessive thinking thinking it goes away so nutritional use will really help the adrenals and a big way vitamin C a lot of the vitamin C in your body is stored in the adrenal and you need that to make adrenal hormones so when someone has adrenal fatigue they’re usually the really deficient in vitamin C okay so you take more about them and see make sure you if you take vitamin C it’s based on whole foods or food concentrates sauerkraut is loaded with vitamin C bell peppers loaded with vitamin C vegetables have a lot of vitamin C but realize that most of the vitamin C supplements are made with synthetics I just recommend avoid that because sometimes they make it from sulfuric acid and corn starch together chemically to make this ascorbic acid well that’s a very big difference from the vitamin C you would get from food okay potassium really really important with the adrenals simply because the more adrenal fatigue you have the least amount of potassium you’re going to have potassium supports your adrenals and by the way if you have adrenal fatigue and you’re trying to lose weight your body will have a tendency to be more alkaline than acidic which is very interesting and this is why apple cider vinegar is really good to take if you have this specific issue so you can do electrolytes you can do a food base patency but these are the three most important nutrients to help with the situation the type of exercise you want to do hour-long walks I’m talking like an hour outside getting in nature without anything like fucking in your cell phone just getting space vital vital to get enough oxygen to actually reduce the stress on your dreams and the last thing is a stress technique which I developed it’s in my book you can also find it on one of my videos which is called the stress webinar so I put links down below and on this page so that way you have all the information to address adrenal fatigue and target the adrenal body type 

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If you’ve tried keto and intermittent fasting and it just isn’t working for you, you may need to try the adrenal fatigue diet. 

High Fat / Macros:

Overview of Healthy Ketogenic Diet and Intermittent Fasting:

Stress Webinar:

0:08 My book—The Healthy Keto Plan
0:16 Why would someone need to do the adrenal fatigue diet?
0:31 The different plans for different body types
0:46 What is the adrenal fatigue diet?
0:52 When would you need to do the adrenal fatigue diet?
1:02 How to do the adrenal fatigue diet
1:50 The first thing to do—healthy keto and intermittent fasting 
5:35 What to do next

In this video, I’m going to cover what you need to know about the adrenal fatigue diet. Another name for this diet would be the adrenal body type diet. I talk extensively about this diet in my book, “The Healthy Keto Plan.” My book has been through several updates, and today I’m going to explain the latest version of this specific diet. 

I created different plans based on body types. These four body type plans are to be done after someone has done the basic plan and didn’t get results.

The four body types are:
• The adrenal body type 
• The liver body type
• The ovary body type 
• The thyroid body type

Why would someone need to do the adrenal fatigue diet?
• They might have adrenal fatigue.
• They did the keto plan and intermittent fasting, but they didn’t get the results they intended. 

What is the adrenal fatigue diet? 
• It’s additional steps to improve your results.

When would you need to do the adrenal fatigue diet?
• After two weeks of not getting results.

The adrenal fatigue diet plan helps reset and will help increase recovery. The adrenal gland is a stress gland. This is actually the most common body type because the average person goes through a lot of stress and the adrenal gland takes a beating, cortisol is stimulated over and over, the person goes into fight or flight mode, and they stress out. Now, the adrenal hormones are pumping out more hormones than they need to over a long period of time. This can cause someone not only to be tired, but it can reduce their ability to recover, heal, and lose weight. The adrenal fatigue diet might just help.

Dr. Eric Berg DC Bio:
Dr. Berg, 53 years of age is a chiropractor who specializes in Healthy Ketosis & Intermittent Fasting. He is the author of The New Body Type Guide and other books published by KB Publishing. He has taught students nutrition as an adjunct professor at Howard University. He no longer practices, but focuses on health education through social media.


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Consider trying the ketogenic diet and intermittent fasting to get healthy and lose weight. But, if you aren’t getting the results you want, you may want to try the adrenal fatigue diet.

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Prebiotics for Weight Loss | Which Veggies to Eat for Fat Loss and When – Thomas DeLauer

Prebiotics for Weight Loss | Which Veggies to Eat for Fat Loss and When – Thomas DeLauer

Prebiotics for Weight Loss | Which Veggies to Eat for Fat Loss and When – Thomas DeLauer

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specific veggies play a much stronger role in fat loss than you might think okay it all comes down to the prebiotic nature of specific fruits and veggies so this isn’t the typical prebiotic versus probiotic video there are probably thousands of those on YouTube I promise I’m gonna give you practical applications I’m gonna give you the prebiotics that you should be consuming but I’m also going to give you the timing and the breakdown and why this works in a very unique way specifically if you’re traveling or if you’re focused on fat loss and improving your metabolism so hey you’re tuned into the Internet’s leading performance nutrition and fat loss channel new videos every single Tuesday Friday and Sunday at 7 a.m. Pacific time and a bunch of other videos peppered in throughout the week as well also make sure you hit that Bell icon so you can turn on notifications to know whenever I post a new video or go live alright so before I get into the really cool stuff and which prebiotic foods you should be eating etc etc let me give you a really quick breakdown of prebiotics versus probiotics coz it’s important that you know that prebiotics are the non digestible component of specific fruits and veggies okay and what happens is they don’t break down in the small intestine they go into the colon and they ferment and this fermentation process produces specific kinds of bacteria but it also produces butyric acid which feeds bacteria okay so what we’re trying to do is feed the existing bacteria probiotics on the other hand are bacteria that already exists so we’re talking about kombucha we’re talking about kefir cottage cheese yogurt probiotic pills things like that those are bacteria that are already alive and then we consume them now the difficult part is the fragility of probiotics okay approximately 90% of the bacteria that’s in a given probiotic food or supplement is dead by the time it goes into your mouth okay that doesn’t mean that probiotics are bad probiotics are still helpful but a lot more emphasis needs to be placed on prebiotics because that’s what grows the existing bacteria which allows us to actually feel better and even burn fat I’m gonna get to that in just a second you see balance is really key with probiotics and prebiotics if you’re gonna take some probiotics you need to balance it with free biotics so basically you’re taking in the seed and then you’re fertilizing and watering the seeds so it actually grows okay but let’s take this one step further let’s take a look at traveling let’s take a look at circadian rhythm and all that stuff for a second you see what’s really wild his studies are showing that we actually have cycles of given bacteria within our bodies what I mean by that is that we have periods throughout the course of the day where certain bacteria are very elevated and periods of the day where they’re super low where we just don’t have that same bacteria we have these fluctuations now the thing is they’re usually responding to cues ok bacteria doesn’t have any way of really knowing if it’s night or day I can’t sense the light so they’re leaning on us for cues so the bacteria in our bodies sense that we’d get up we start moving around or they send so we start eating or are they sense that we sit down and go to sleep ok so they’re picking up on these cues and that’s what triggers them to do certain things so very very intelligent life forms inside our bodies that are noticing were awake so it’s gonna skyrocket certain ones up so here’s what’s wild there was a study that took a look at mice ok now full disclaimer this was done on mice but it’s still very very practical and they found in these mice that 15 percent of the species of gut bacteria which mind you makes up 60% of the total gut bacteria because usually it’s only a couple of species that make up the bulk of the bacteria so 60% of the gut bacteria in mice fluctuated throughout the course of the day ok when they were eating when they were sleeping etc etc compared that to mutant mice that had genetic mutations that made it so they had no way of seeing any circadian rhythm and they were flatlined the mutant mice that didn’t have a circadian rhythm and didn’t really change anything they just ate consistently throughout the course of the day and night ended up having a flatline level of bacteria they didn’t have any surges or Falls now that sounds good right it sounds like you would want to have this nice and even keel but it’s not the case at all you actually want these surgeons now let’s put this into a practical application in humans in a human we go to sleep and we want bacteria that’s gonna improve that restorative aspect ok it’s gonna help regeneration it’s gonna help everything right hope digest help just get rid of excess stuff we want that and those are the things that elevate during our sleep then in the daytime we want the bacteria that’s going to help with digestion metabolism and growth we want these cycles that’s what allows our bodies to be well dynamic and the bacteria is dynamic too so where things get really wild though is when you start looking at what happens when we travel what happens when we’re stressed etc etc we need to be consuming prebiotic foods periodically throughout the day and sometimes even into the night so we can grow specific kinds of bacteria and have a nice abundance of everything we want so if you’ve ever noticed when you’re traveling that you feel a little bit off when you land digestive Li the reason is actually pretty valid you see I always notice whenever I traveled somewhere I felt like it was harder to reach my fat loss goals I always took a stall and I always attributed to like dehydration and stuff like that but it actually takes this a little bit further you see there was a study that was published in the journal Cell took a look at travelers that were traveling from the u.s. to Israel obviously a long flight going through some time zone changes when they landed in Israel they found that their gut bacteria was entirely different from when they took off the gut bacteria had higher levels of what is called the firm acute taste bacteria this is a gram-negative bacteria that is associated with obesity if you took the gut bacteria from an obese person you would find that more than likely they had high degrees of firm acutest bacteria so that’s really intriguing then what they did is they took the bacteria that they extracted from these participants and they gave it to mice the mice became obese the mice gained weight pretty interesting the firm acutest bacteria that was associated with travel makes you obese and made these mice obese almost immediately I mean it really led to them eating more now what was wild is after two weeks of being home two weeks of just recovering these humans bacteria went back to normal so what this tells us is that before we travel we need to be loading up on prebiotics it’s very important that we load up on prebiotics to grow the good non-firm acutest bacteria so that the firm acutest bacteria doesn’t envelop that bacteria over the course of a short flight gives us a chance to actually let that bacteria thrive and grow so it doesn’t get overwhelmed so now let’s go ahead and get into the three different kinds of prebiotics that I would recommend okay first one asparagus it’s easy to consume super-high in in Ulan one of my personal favorites okay inulin has been shown in multiple studies to produce what is called butyric acid butyrate and also something known as propionate so propionate and butyrate end up causing some specific processes in the body that trigger what’s called glucagon-like peptide one so it makes you satiated but it’s also very very powerful of course growing your gut bacteria the one that I want to talk about is actually an organization that a friend of mine owns that’s known as gutsy now obviously you know me I’ve done a lot of work in the world of bacteria and the gut biome in general in fact I was working with UCLA on a particular strain of probiotic that was going to call an isin the gut so I’m pretty well versed in this stuff so I know good people in this industry when I see them so the interesting thing is is that gut see actually takes a plethora of different prebiotic fibers and puts them into an easy consume pack okay they’ve done a lot of research on which prebiotics actually grow the best bacteria and what actually works best in your body now the cool thing is they use a lot of acacia now acacia is very powerful in fact the British Journal nutrition actually found that acacia outperformed England when it came down to the production and the growth of bifida bacteria and lactobacillus so very very powerful stuff and the cool thing is a casein digests slowly so it ferments a little bit slower meaning you’re not going to have this robust fermentation process that makes you feel bloated like you might get with some prebiotics so and since it’s already in a simple to consume form you’re not having to actually masticate it and mechanically digest it so gutsy is on the forefront of this stuff and they’ve done a lot of research into the world of prebiotics so when you’re traveling this is a perfect thing to have with you because it’s easy to bring with you it’s easy to get your prebiotics and you don’t have to go find a Whole Foods or find a health food store where you’re gonna eat some artichokes or asparagus or anything like that so huge shout out to them you can find them down in the description below at gutsy organic calm again that’s gutsy organic calm super awesome people super awesome product so definitely encourage you to check it out now the other prebiotic that’s very powerful and this is really good if you’re on a keto diet is going to be the artichoke okay artichoke of course was a bunch of inulin in it but it also has something known as scenario scenario increases bile salt production when you’re on a keto diet you’re consuming a bunch of fats then yes you want more bile so the bile production is a great thing so the scenario improves that now the interesting thing is that sanera and inulin have sort of a relationship where they work really well together so you want to be having that combination so artichoke is the perfect fat digestion prebiotic food so definitely go for that of course combine it with asparagus whenever possible and make sure you combine it with gut see if you’re traveling so as always want to make sure that you’re keeping it locked in here in my video and that you’re constantly engaged so if you have ideas for future videos specifically on this topic make sure you put them down in the comment section below and make sure that you pay gutsy a visit at gutsy organic comm because they’re a big sponsor this channel and they’ve made this video possible so that can bring amazing content and education to you guys as always keep it locked in here I’ll see you in the next video

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Prebiotic fibers are the non-digestible part of foods (bananas, artichoke, chicory root) – prebiotic fiber goes through the small intestine undigested and is fermented when it reaches the large colon. Are live beneficial bacteria that are naturally created by the process of fermentation in foods like yogurt, sauerkraut, kimchi, etc.

Prebiotic vs Probiotic Metaphor – You can add seeds (the probiotic bacteria) while the prebiotic fiber is the water and fertilizer that helps the seeds to grow and flourish

Prebiotics vs Probiotics:
Prebiotics are helpful in increasing the helpful bacteria already in the gut – prebiotic fiber is not as fragile as probiotic bacteria because it is not affected by heat, stomach acid, or time. Probiotic bacteria in supplements are only effective if they are alive – they can be killed by heat, stomach acid, or simply die with time.

Traveling & Gut Bacteria:
Some species rise to the fore during daylight hours and recede into the background at night, while others show the opposite pattern. These cycles are a lot like our circadian rhythms – over a 24 hour period, the levels of many molecules in our body rise and fall in predictable fashion. These rhythms affect everything from our body temperature to our brain activity to how well we respond to medicine, but these clocks tick by themselves. Our microbiome clock is not the same – the microbes aren’t waxing and waning of their own accord as their world is completely dark. If circadian disruptions make us eat at weird times of the day, our microbes would react accordingly.

Inulin is a type of fiber found in plants that is made up of the simple sugar fructose – it’s a type of soluble fiber found in a variety of plants. Cynarin, a natural compound found in artichoke, stimulates bile production – this helps accelerate gut movement and also support fat digestion and vitamin absorption. This is important to gut bacteria as bile salts and bacteria have intricate relationships – the composition of the intestinal pool of bile salts is shaped by bacterial metabolism. In turn, bile salts play a role in intestinal homeostasis by controlling the size and the composition of the intestinal microbiota. As a consequence, alteration of the microbiome–bile salt homeostasis can play a role in hepatic and gastrointestinal pathological conditions. Intestinal bacteria use bile salts as environmental signals and in certain cases as nutrients and electron acceptors. Also called acacia gum or gum arabic, acacia fiber is made from the sap of the Acacia senegal tree, a small, shrub-like species native to Africa.

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