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The Health Benefits of Cumin

The Health Benefits of Cumin

The Health Benefits of Cumin

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0:15 Cumin benefits
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Today I want to cover the benefits of cumin. Cumin is different than black cumin, which I’ve done a video on in the past.

Potential health benefits of cumin:
• It’s high in B vitamins, iron, magnesium, and manganese
• It’s a powerful antioxidant
• It has anti-inflammatory properties
• It promotes healthy digestion (it may potentially help with bloating, gas, nausea, IBS, vomiting, gut spasms, and diarrhea)
• It’s antifungal, antiparasitic, and antimicrobial
• It’s antidiabetic
• It has properties that may help lower your blood pressure

Cumin is the #1 spice in the world. Comment below and let me know what your thoughts are on cumin and if you use it when you cook.

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Constipation Is Not Just a Lack of Fiber

Constipation Is Not Just a Lack of Fiber

Constipation Is Not Just a Lack of Fiber

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Low fiber isn’t the only cause of constipation. Look out for these hidden causes!

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0:25 The real reasons behind constipation
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In this video, we’re going to talk about constipation and fiber.

Constipation is not just a symptom of a lack of fiber. Constipation is the result of incomplete digestion anywhere in the digestion tract.

This could be due to a lack of:
• Stomach acid – Which breaks down protein
• Bile – Which breaks down fats
• Enzymes – Which breaks down all nutrients
• Gut microbes – Which breaks down fiber and other nutrients

If you have constipation, it could be that you need more stomach acidity, bile, enzymes, or probiotics.

16% of Americans have constipation, and 30% of adults over 60 have constipation.

It’s important to look at the entire digestive process if you have constipation. The answer usually isn’t as simple as adding more fiber. You have to look at your digestion as a whole.

Constipation causes and solutions:
• Antibiotics – Probiotics
• Antacids – Re-acidify the stomach with ACV or betaine hydrochloride
• Medications – Talk with your doctor about alternatives
• Processed foods – Consume raw foods with more enzymes
• Low fiber – More vegetables
• Low electrolytes – More vegetables
• High carbs – Keto and benfotiamine
• Overeating – Intermittent fasting
• Stress – Lower your stress levels with nutrition and relaxation

In general, these things are great for supporting digestion:
• Fermented foods
• Vegetables
• Increasing fat intake
• Lower your carbs
• Intermittent fasting

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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Do You Have Salad Bloating Syndrome?

Do You Have Salad Bloating Syndrome?

Do You Have Salad Bloating Syndrome?

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0:00 Salad bloating syndrome
0:40 SIBO and bloating
1:59 Leaky gut and bloating
4:34 Gut microbiome and bloating
5:44 Bulletproof your immune system course.

In this video, we’re going to talk about why some people experience bloating when consuming salads—or, as I like to call it, salad bloating syndrome.

As you probably already know, 7-10 cups of vegetables per day is necessary for healthy nutrient levels in the body. Many people have a difficult time consuming this amount of vegetables.

There are four potential reasons why you might experience bloating when eating vegetables.

1. Small intestine bacterial overgrowth (SIBO) – SIBO is a situation where you have an overgrowth of bacteria in the small intestine. This robs your body of nutrients and causes excess fiber fermentation, which leads to gas and bloating.

The best remedies for SIBO include:
• Avoid all plant-based foods (for up to two months)
• Go on a carnivorous diet
• Take betaine hydrochloride
• Use oregano oil

2. Leaky gut – This is a situation where you have holes in the lining of your gut. This leaks into your body and causes a lot of inflammation and irritation.

The best remedies for leaky gut include:
• Avoid lectins
• Nightshades
• Beans
• Legumes
• Grains
• Consume a moderate amount of pasture-raised meats
• Consume plenty of saturated fats (like lard)

3. Poor microbiome – A healthy gut contains trillions of bacteria that benefit the body. If you have too many microbes and not enough good microbes, this creates an imbalance in the gut. In turn, this can cause loads of fermentation and bloating when consuming vegetables.

The best remedies for a poor microbiome include:
• Non-dairy probiotics (take it with your salad)

4. Vegetable sensitivities – The last situation is where you have a sensitivity to certain vegetables. If you notice that your body doesn’t respond well to a particular vegetable, avoid it and try some others.

The best remedies for vegetable sensitivities include:
• Avoid vegetables that bloat you (broccoli and Brussels sprouts are common ones)
• Try vegetables like lettuce and cabbage

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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Best and Worst Belly Bloating Foods

Best and Worst Belly Bloating Foods

Best and Worst Belly Bloating Foods

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0:10 What causes bloating?
2:22 Worst foods for bloating
3:15 Best foods to prevent bloating
5:26 The two best remedies for bloating
6:02 How to bulletproof your immune system

In this video, we’re going to talk about the best and worst foods for belly bloating.

A lot of people deal with bloating—and most people aren’t sure what causes it.

Lactose intolerance, SIBO, low stomach acid, low bile, gut inflammation, gluten, and other food allergies and sensitivities can cause bloating.

Worst foods for belly bloating:
• Beans
• Lentils
• Soda
• MSG foods
• Dairy
• Grains
• Fruit—especially apples and pears
• Beer
• Broccoli
• Cabbage
• Brussels sprouts
• Onions
• Almonds

Best foods for reducing bloating:
• Leafy greens (in smaller amounts)
• Fermented veggies
• Eggs
• Fish
• Ginger
• Asparagus
• Pistachios
• Fennel
• Lemon
• Mint
• Fatty hamburger meat

Additionally, betaine hydrochloride, bile salts, and probiotics can help with bloating symptoms.

Five capsules of betaine hydrochloride before a meal can help you digest your foods better and reduce bloating. You should also take bile salts after a meal.

Give these tips a try and let me know how they work for you in the comments below.

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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Use Ginger for Everything Stomach

Use Ginger for Everything Stomach

Use Ginger for Everything Stomach

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Ginger could be one of the best natural remedies for almost anything stomach related. Check this out!

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0:00 Ginger for your stomach
0:28 How to use ginger for your stomach
0:42 Why ginger may help with stomach issues
1:35 Other natural remedies for stomach problems
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Today I’m going to talk about how ginger could be a great natural remedy for just about anything connected to a person’s stomach.

Ginger is probably one of the best remedies for any potential issue with your stomach. It seems to be safe and has been used for thousands of years. On top of that, it doesn’t seem to have any side effects.

Ginger could act as a potential remedy for stomach issues, such as:
• Stomach pain
• Bloating
• Acid reflux
• Gas
• Upset stomach
• Nausea

Ways to use ginger for your stomach:
• Shave ginger into a salad or other foods
• Drink ginger tea or lemon ginger tea
• Take ginger as a supplement

Ginger stimulates the liver to release more bile. But, it doesn’t increase the release of bile from the gallbladder. It just generates more bile coming down from the liver into the gallbladder.

When you get more bile into the gallbladder, it becomes more concentrated. If your bile is too weak, it’s not going to extract fat-soluble nutrients, act as a lubricant through the small intestine, or help prevent bloating or nausea.

A bile deficiency can also cause sludge in the bile ducts, which can back up, creating stomach problems. There are other things you can try to help increase the flow of bile from the liver into the gallbladder to help reduce stomach issues as well.

Other natural remedies for stomach problems:
• Betaine hydrochloride
• Apple cider vinegar
• Peppermint
• Anise
• Fennel

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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Most Common Sign of Low Stomach Acid is…

Most Common Sign of Low Stomach Acid is…

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Do you have low stomach acid? This is the #1 sign!

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0:00 The most common sign of low stomach acid is…
0:10 What is indigestion?
1:20 How stomach acid works
4:46 Best way to improve stomach acidity
5:35 Need keto consulting?

In this video, we’re going to talk about the most common sign of low stomach acid.

The #1 most common sign of low stomach acid is indigestion. Indigestion is the sensation that your food is kind of stuck in your stomach—you feel full, and like your stomach isn’t emptying properly. When you have ingestion, you may have:
• An upset stomach
• A sensation of fullness
• Heartburn
• Nausea
• Belching
• Gas
• Bloating

According to medical books, 70% of the time, there is no cause for indigestion. However, they say it can be happening from stress, anxiety, or GERD.

In my opinion, this is a situation of low stomach acidity. Many people who have low stomach acidity take antacids to get rid of indigestion. However, this can make matters even worse since you actually need more stomach acid.

Your stomach is supposed to be highly acidic to break down proteins, absorb vitamins and minerals, and keep unhealthy microbes in check. If you don’t have a highly acidic stomach, it can cause a lot of bloating and discomfort.

Your body makes two liters of Hydrochloric acid every day. To do this, your body needs chlorides from salt, potassium, zinc, and other nutrients.

The best way to improve your stomach acidity is to take betaine hydrochloride. Keep in mind that this can be a problem for those with gastritis or ulcers.

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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Fat-to-Protein Ratio on Keto: Healthy vs. Gut Issues

Fat-to-Protein Ratio on Keto: Healthy vs. Gut Issues

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Protein Ratio:

How much fat and protein should you have on keto? Let me break it down!

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0:00 Fat to protein ration on keto: healthy vs. gut issues
0:25 Breaking down healthy keto
1:47 Ideal ratio for losing weight on keto
2:42 How much fat on keto?
4:38 Gut issues? Try this!
6:47 Key takeaways
8:23 Need keto consulting?

In this video, we’re going to talk about your fat to protein ratio on keto. How much fat and protein is ideal on the healthy keto diet? Take a look.

Let’s start by breaking down your daily calorie intake into percentages:
– 70% fat
– 20% protein
– 5% low-glycemic carbohydrates (not including vegetables)
– 5% low-carb vegetables

I encourage people to get plenty of leafy green vegetables, so you get enough vitamins and minerals. You don’t have to count these towards your carbs each day.

When you consume fatty fish, beef, and eggs, the fat to protein ratio is roughly 1:1—not in calories, but in weight. In calories, it’s typically 2:1. So fats are about twice as many calories as proteins.

Protein has four calories per gram, while fat has nine calories per gram.

If you are trying to lose weight, you’re better off cutting out the extra fats in your diet. This doesn’t mean that you should consume low-fat foods such as lean beef. Instead, cut out the extras like MCT oil, butter in your morning coffee (bulletproof coffee), and keto bombs.

The leaner the protein, the higher the insulin response. This is why you should avoid whey protein and lean meats.

Age, physical activity, metabolism, and preexisting health issues are all variables that you have to take into account when you’re dieting. The right amount of fat for your diet on keto will primarily depend on these factors.

If you have gut issues, avoid nuts, coconut oil, seed oils, dairy, butter, avocado, and MCT oil. Instead, focus on animal fats. If you don’t have gut issues, these foods are in the clear.

By total weight, 400-600 grams a day is ideal for your protein intake.

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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Keto Desserts and Gut Issues

Keto Desserts and Gut Issues

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So-called keto-friendly foods:

Do you have gut issues when you consume keto desserts? Here’s what you need to know.

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0:00 Keto desserts and gut issues
0:44 Avoid these ingredients if you have gut issues
3:19 Animal protein and gut issues
4:39 Key takeaways
5:15 Need keto consulting?

In this video, we’re going to talk about keto desserts and gut issues. Keep in mind that I never recommend snacks throughout the day. I’m primarily talking about keto desserts that you’re having right at the end of your meal.

If you have gut issues, you should not be having any keto desserts. The ingredients in keto desserts can add to the inflammation in your gut.

Let’s break down the ingredients you should avoid.

1. Sugar alcohols
– Erythritol
– Stevia
– Monk fruit
– Xylitol
– Maltitol
– IMO (Vita Fiber)

2. Flour alternatives
– Almond flour
– Coconut flour
– Chia seed flour
– Chickpea flour
– Hazelnut flour

3. Vegetable fats
– Coconut out
– Safflower oil
– Sunflower oil
– Corn oil
– Soy oil

4. Nuts and seeds (all of them)

If you have gut issues, it’s ideal to consume full-fat animal proteins—including fatty fish, beef, organ meats, and sausage. These will help keep inflammation down in the gut.

You want to have a 2:1 fat to protein ratio if you have gut issues. Primarily stick with animal fats and animal proteins.

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Autoimmune Conditions: Key Foods to Avoid

Autoimmune Conditions: Key Foods to Avoid

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let’s talk about if you should be consuming eggs if you have an autoimmune condition like rheumatoid arthritis ms lupus type 1 diabetes now most autoimmune diseases stem from gut damage okay eighty percent of your immune system is located in the digestive system and if we have the lining of the colon and we break the links and we cause leaky gut proteins can leak into the lymphatic system which is right behind this barrier right here once a protein like the protein in milk or wheat or egg invades this barrier and ends up right in this area right here the lymphatic system your immune system is going to tag this as a foreign toxin okay and now you have an allergy to it and now every time you eat this thing you’re going to be inflamed and these allergic reactions because some of these proteins are similar to your own cells can set you up for an autoimmune disease where now you have antibodies they’re attacking your own tissues it’s in the area of what’s called molecular mimicry one of the things that i always recommend if you have an autoimmune condition is you go get an allergy test because what’s going to happen is if you can identify what you’re allergic to whether it’s casein the protein in the milk or the gluten of course if you’ve been on my channel you’re not consuming gluten because that’s a grain but you you may be consuming cheese casein or egg these two right here are common allergies and if you’re consuming these on your ketogenic diet and you have an autoimmune condition that can actually make things worse so get an allergy test and then you can isolate what you need to avoid for a while common allergies dairy it’s in the cheese it’s in the milk it’s in the yogurt there’s several proteins in milk one is casein another is whey and there’s actually more of course grains have the gluten and then you have protein eggs there’s protein in nuts there’s protein in seeds once you do the test you’ll be able to isolate what you’re allergic to and then you can avoid it now another thing that you really need to avoid if you have an autoimmune condition is vegetable oils soy corn canola cottonseed oil all of those are omega-6 fatty acids very inflammatory because dealing with autoimmune conditions is all about reducing inflammation and the last thing you want to do is add more inflammation to an already inflamed body if you don’t want to get an allergy test here’s another idea you can just go three days without consuming any cheese or milk or dairy and just see how you feel and of course we won’t talk about this because i already know you’re not consuming grains but this is a real big one right here the gluten in grains severe inflammatory reactions you may want to go like three days without consuming eggs and see how you feel if you feel better chances are you could be sensitive to it same thing with nuts same thing with seeds the same thing with other proteins like even fish when you do healthy keto and intermittent fasting and you do periodic prolonged fasting what you’re going to find out is a lot of your allergies are eventually going to go away because you’re strengthening the immune system all right 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 us 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 you

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Should you consume eggs if you have an autoimmune condition? Here’s what you need to know. 

Timestamps
0:00 Autoimmune diseases and eggs 
0:10 Autoimmune disease and allergies 
2:00 Common allergies 
2:25 Vegetable oils
2:53 Don’t want to get an allergy test?

Today let’s talk about whether or not it’s a good idea to consume eggs if you have an autoimmune condition. Most autoimmune diseases stem from gut damage. About 80% of your immune system is located in the digestive system. 

If there is a break in the lining of the colon, causing leaky gut, proteins can leak into the lymphatic system. If a protein, like the protein in milk, wheat, or eggs, ends up in the lymphatic system, your immune system may tag the protein as a foreign toxin. Now you would have an allergy to this protein, and every time you have it, you’ll become inflamed. 

These allergic reactions could actually set you up for an autoimmune disease. This is where you have antibodies that are attacking your own tissues. 

If you have an autoimmune condition, you may want to get an allergy test. This way, you can identify what you’re allergic to, like casein or eggs. If you’re consuming eggs or casein on the keto diet and you have an autoimmune condition, this could make things worse. 

Common allergies:
• Dairy (cheese, milk, yogurt)
• Grains (gluten) 
• Eggs
• Nuts 

If you have an autoimmune condition, you may also want to avoid vegetable oils. Vegetable oils are very inflammatory, and dealing with autoimmune conditions is all about reducing inflammation. 

When you do healthy keto and intermittent fasting as well as periodic prolonged fasting, you may even find that some of your allergies eventually go away because you’re strengthening your immune system. 

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4. Selenium
5. Acetylcarnitine

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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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9 Things to Help Heal an Inflamed Colon

9 Things to Help Heal an Inflamed Colon

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If you have an inflamed colon, focus on these 9 key things.

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0:15 Remedies for an inflamed colon

Today we’re going to talk about a few things you can do to help improve an inflamed colon. Whether you have some type of irritable bowel syndrome, diverticulitis, Crohn’s disease, or celiac, these remedies may be beneficial.

9 things to focus on to help heal an inflamed colon:

1. Avoid gluten and grains
Gluten can tear up the inside part of the lining of the colon.

2. Avoid dairy
You could have an allergy to casein that creates inflammation.

3. Limit vegetables
You could have an altered microbiome, which means that your microbes are going to be easily overwhelmed by the fiber in vegetables. This can create a lot of bloating. You may want to do carnivore for a little while if you can digest protein. It’s also important to avoid vegetable oils.

4. Don’t consume alcohol and don’t smoke
Smoking depletes you of certain nutrients. You can get more inflammation.

5. Chlorophyll
If you’re not consuming vegetables to get chlorophyll, wheatgrass juice powder can be a good source of chlorophyll. Chlorophyll can be very healing to the inside of the colon.

6. Intestines with stomach (as a supplement)
You may have some type of autoantibodies, and this product could be very beneficial and give you a lot of relief.

7. Take purified bile salts
If there is some type of inflammation in the colon, you could also have a problem recycling bile salts. This could cause you to become deficient in bile. Bile salts can help keep the junctions of the colon tight, regulate the balance of microbes in the gut, and help keep things flowing through the liver, gallbladder, and intestines.

8. Do fasting
Do intermittent fasting to some degree and even periodic prolonged fasting. Fasting is one of the best things to stimulate stem cells in the colon to help heal the lining of the intestines.

9. Take a good probiotic
This could help repopulate the microbes that you have in your colon.

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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