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FODMAPS and Irritable Bowel Syndrome

FODMAPS and Irritable Bowel Syndrome

FODMAPS and Irritable Bowel Syndrome

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What are FODMAPs, and who should avoid them? Find out in this short video.

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0:00 Introduction: FODMAPs and Irritable bowel syndrome
0:10 What are FODMAPs?
0:48 What are IBD and IBS?
1:43 Symptoms of IBS and IBD
2:37 What is the FODMAPs diet?
3:31 Share your success story!

In this video, we’re going to talk about FODMAPs in relationship to IBS and IBD.

FODMAP is an acronym for:
• Fermentable – carbs that are digested by gut bacteria
• Oligosaccharides – grains, garlic, onions, and legumes
• Disaccharides – dairy products
• Monosaccharides – fructose
• Polyols – sorbitol and mannitol

IBS stands for irritable bowel syndrome, and IBD stands for inflammatory bowel disease.

The differences between IBS and IBD are:
– With IBS, there are no ulcers or lesions. It also only occurs in the colon. Essentially, it is inflammation in the large intestine.
– With IBD, there are a group of bowel issues that causes inflammation in different parts of the gastrointestinal (GI) system.

The same things trigger both IBS and IBD:
• Gluten
• Sugar
• Grains
• Lactose
• Siber
• Omega-6 fatty acids

Symptoms of IBS and IBD include:
• Abdominal pain
• Diarrhea
• Bloating
• Gas

FODMAPs increase gas in the GI tract, which can stretch and expand the colon. Those with IBS and IBD are very sensitive to this stretching because of inflammation.

On a low-FODMAP diet, you want to consume plenty of low-FODMAP foods and avoid all high-FODMAP foods.

High-FODMAP foods to avoid on a Healthy Keto diet:
• Broccoli
• Cauliflower
• Asparagus
• Brussels sprouts
• Cabbage
• Peas
• Mushrooms
• Onions
• Shallots
• Garlic
• Artichokes
• Okra
• Beetroot
• Fennel
• Leeks
• Fruits
• Dairy products
• Legumes
• Grains
• Starches
• Sugar
• Cashews
• Pistachios

Low-FODMAP foods to have on a Healthy Keto diet:
• Bean sprouts
• Green beans
• Bok choy
• Bell pepper
• Carrot
• Herbs
• Cucumber
• Lettuce
• Tomato
• Zucchini
• Eggplant
• Radish
• Squash
• Meats
• Seafood
• Feta cheese
• Hard cheeses
• Lactose-free diary
• Almond milk
• Eggs
• Dark chocolate
• Macadamia nuts
• Pumpkin seeds
• Walnuts

If you do the low-FODMAPs diet and still experience gut issues, it may help to cut out all vegetables and do a carnivore diet until your gut heals.

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Your Second Brain Is in Your Gut

Your Second Brain Is in Your Gut

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Your gut health affects your brain far more than you may realize—find out why!

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0:00 Introduction: Your second brain is in your gut
0:15 The autonomic nervous system explained
0:50 How your brain and gut affect each other
1:31 Neurotransmitters and your gut
2:53 Share your success story!

In this video, we’re going to talk about the important relationship between your brain and your gut.

Your brain and gut interact bidirectionally. This means that there are nerve signals that go from your gut to your brain and from your brain to your gut.

There are two primary parts of your autonomic nervous system: sympathetic and parasympathetic. Your sympathetic nervous system is responsible for the “fight or flight” state, while your parasympathetic nervous system is responsible for the “rest and digest” state.

The vagus nerve that comes from the brain stem down into the gut is a part of the parasympathetic nervous system.

However, there’s a third part of the autonomic nervous system that I rarely talk about called the enteric nervous system.

There are more nerves in your enteric nervous system than there are in your spinal column.

So if there’s anything going on in your gut, signals are sent to your brain. This can cause unexpected symptoms such as:
• Anxiety
• Depression
• Stress
• Schizophrenia
• And other altered emotion states

Anything going on in the brain (like stress) can cause issues in your gut, including:
• Nausea
• Heartburn
• Diarrhea
• Constipation
• Cramps
• Ulcers

The enteric nervous system is also involved in about 30 neurotransmitters. 90% of serotonin is created in the gut.

Your overall gut health is very important for your mental health.

21% of IBD cases are linked to cases of depression.

This shows just how important it is to get plenty of natural probiotics are prebiotics in your diet, such as:
• Kefir
• Sauerkraut
• Kimchi
• Apple cider vinegar

Studies show that taking probiotic supplements can also improve your mood.

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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.

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Why Fattier Meat is Easier to Digest

Why Fattier Meat is Easier to Digest

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Do you have a problem digesting meat, or is the meat just not fatty enough? Check this out!

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0:00 Fatty meat vs. lean meat
0:22 What kind of ground beef should I consume?
0:35 Why is fatty meat easier to digest?
1:15 Poor digestion with age
1:50 Share your success story!

Today we’re going to talk about why fattier meat is easier to digest than lean meat. Some people may think they have a problem digesting red meat when the red meat they are consuming is just too lean.

If you’re going to consume ground beef, get the ground beef that’s 70-80%. If possible, also get grass-fed organic ground beef. The big reason why it’s easier to digest fattier hamburger meat is because of the fat.

The more fat that’s in the protein, the more delayed the digestion is. This means it sits in your small intestine longer, and the enzymes can do their work to help you digest the protein and the fat. If the protein is leaner, it goes through the digestive tract much faster.

As you age, you may want to add betaine hydrochloride to your meals (2-6). This can increase the acidity in your stomach and help you digest protein.

As you get older, you start losing your ability to make hydrochloric acid. This can create huge consequences not just for digesting protein but also when it comes to absorbing minerals and killing pathogens.

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Benefits of Walking After You Eat

Benefits of Walking After You Eat

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Walking after you eat can support your digestion and boost your health. Find out why!

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0:10 Benefits of Walking After You Eat
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In this video, we’re going to talk about the benefits of walking after you eat.

If you have the option to walk after your meals, do it! There can be some incredible health benefits to doing this regularly. Take a look.

1. Body motion aids in digestion, stimulates peristalsis, and reduces bloating, gas, and the risk of constipation

2. Burns off blood sugars, allowing you to tap into more body fat

3. Improves insulin resistance

4. Reduces the risk of ulcers, heartburn, IBS, and colorectal cancer

5. Reduces blood pressure

6. Improves sleep

Studies show that walking 10 minutes after meals is better than walking 30 minutes after meals.

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Acidify, Don’t Alkalize Your Body

Acidify, Don’t Alkalize Your Body

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Is it better to acidify or alkalize the body? Here’s what you need to know. 

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0:00 Is it healthy to alkalize the body? 
0:25 Understanding the body’s pH 
3:35 What happens when you alkalize the body
4:38 Symptoms of low stomach acid 
5:10 Do I need to take an acidifier? 
6:16 Share your success story! 

I believe it’s better to acidify the body than to alkalize the body. Different parts of the body need different pH levels. The stomach is especially significant, and it should be extremely acidic. 

The stomach is the main organ at the beginning of the digestive cycle. If the stomach doesn’t work right, nothing else will work right with the cycle. There are various enzymes that are activated by pH. Enzymes, which help with your digestion, are controlled by an optimum pH. 

If you start to alkalize the body, you could create dysfunction throughout the entire digestive system. But, if you were to acidify the stomach, that may help you activate enzymes that help you break down proteins, which will give you a more complete digestive chain of events. 

Symptoms of low stomach acid: 
• Heartburn 
• Gas 
• Bloating 
• Food allergies 
• Mineral deficiency 
• Hair loss 
• GERD
• Gut infection  
• Anemia 
• Malabsorption 
• Decreased vitamin B12 
• Increased risk of stomach cancer 

To have a strong acid stomach, you don’t always need to take an acidifier. You often just need raw materials like chloride (sea salt), sodium, potassium, zinc, and iodine. But, many people see improvement from taking apple cider vinegar and hydrochloric acid to acidify the stomach. 

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Inflamed Digestive System Blocks Nutrient Absorption

Inflamed Digestive System Blocks Nutrient Absorption

Inflamed Digestive System Blocks Nutrient Absorption

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What can you do for an inflamed digestive system? Find out.

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0:00 What is the function of the digestive tract?
0:45 Inflamed digestive system
2:00 What causes inflammation in the digestive system?
2:32 Potential remedies for an inflamed digestive system
4:32 Share your success story!
Let’s talk about what you can do for an inflamed digestive system. The main function of the digestive tract (the stomach, small intestine, and large intestine) is to break down food and then absorb the micronutrients. But, if you have any inflammation in any part of the digestive tract, you’re going to have a difficult time absorbing nutrients.

There’s a condition called malabsorption, which means you’re not getting the absorption of the nutrients into the body. This could occur from inflammation in the lining of the colon or scar tissue created from the inflammation.

Certain parts of the digestive tract absorb certain nutrients. If we can identify which part of the digestive tract is damaged, we can get an idea of which nutrients you won’t be able to absorb.

90% of all of your digestion occurs in the small intestine. If your stomach doesn’t have enough acid, your gallbladder doesn’t have enough bile, or your pancreas isn’t releasing enzymes, you could have a lot of bloating and pain in the small intestine.

Potential causes of inflammation in the digestive system:
• Antibiotics
• Antacids
• Pathogens (lack of stomach acid)
• Food poisoning
• Tapeworms
• Gluten and grains
• Omega-6 fatty acids
• Food allergies
• Dairy
• Nuts
• Fiber

What you could do for an inflamed colon:
• The carnivore diet
• Consume fermented or cooked vegetables
• Consume raw organic wheatgrass juice powder
• Do regular intermittent fasting and periodic prolonged fasting
• Take vitamin D (20,000 IUs)
• Replace what’s missing (hydrochloric acid, enzymes, bile, or good bacteria)

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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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The Ignored But Vital Function of the Stomach

The Ignored But Vital Function of the Stomach

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Many people don’t know about this vital function of the stomach. Do you?  

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0:00 Function of the stomach 
0:45 A vital function of the stomach that’s ignored 
1:05 Immune-defense in your stomach 
1:57 Side effects of low stomach acid 
4:07 Share your success story!

Today, we’re going to talk about a vital function of the stomach that’s typically ignored. The stomach helps you digest protein, which it turns into the building blocks to make body tissue. 

Other functions of the stomach:
• It helps you absorb minerals 
• It stimulates the pancreas to release enzymes to help you digest food
• It stimulates the production and release of bile to help you start breaking down fats and then extract the fat-soluble vitamins from the food you eat

Another important function of the stomach that’s typically ignored is killing pathogens. Your stomach is designed to kill pathogens and prevent foodborne illnesses. Basically, your stomach has a huge immune-defense function. 

Your stomach contains certain things to help defend against pathogens, such as:
• Hydrochloric acid (quantity and pH matter) 
• Lactoferrin 
• Antibacterial peptides

Side effects of low stomach acid:
• Infections in the lower GI 
• SIBO 
• Heartburn/acid reflux (GERD)
• Bloating 
• Gas 
• Indigestion 
• Allergies 
• Anemia 
• Mineral deficiencies (especially calcium, iron, and zinc)
• Bile deficiency 
• Enzyme deficiency 

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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What Makes Good Bacteria Turn Bad

What Makes Good Bacteria Turn Bad

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0:00 Good and bad bacteria
1:10 What makes good bacteria turn bad?
3:18 Stress and the immune system
4:33 How to prevent bad bacteria
5:35 Share your success story!

Let’s talk about what makes good bacteria turn bad. Some bacteria do a lot of good things for us. Other bacteria are neutral. They don’t harm or help the body. But, sometimes, harmless bacteria will flip and become harmful.

The key factor that changes good bacteria into bad bacteria is their environment. Things like changes in pH, oxidative stress, temperature, and chemicals can affect the environment in the body.

Depending on what you eat, the environment in your body can change drastically. Antibiotics can also change the body’s environment very fast.

When bacteria are stressed because of environmental pressures, they develop colonies and protect themselves with biofilms. Biofilms are difficult to get rid of, and they’re linked to many different diseases.

When the body is under stress, the immune system becomes weakened. This makes us very susceptible to pathogens and developing infections. Out of all of the things that can harm us from an infection, I think the biggest factor is stress.

How to help prevent pathogens:
1. Make sure the environment your microbes live in is very friendly
2. Only take an antibiotic if you absolutely need it
3. If you take an antibiotic, also take a probiotic
4. Do whatever you can to minimize your stress level
5. Make sure your diet is very good (do healthy keto)
6. Do intermittent fasting

Dr. Eric Berg DC Bio:
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Health Benefits of Turmeric

Health Benefits of Turmeric

Health Benefits of Turmeric

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This powerful herb is nature’s best remedy for irritable bowel syndrome.

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0:00 Introduction: turmeric for irritable bowel syndrome
0:21 What are turmeric and curcumin?
1:00 How to increase the absorption of curcumin
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In this video, we’re going to talk about a great remedy for irritable bowel syndrome and ulcerative colitis, Crohn’s disease, and other types of inflammatory conditions that affect your bowels.

The remedy is turmeric. Both animal and human studies show a daily serving of 2 grams of turmeric for irritable bowel syndrome can help reduce inflammation.

The active ingredient in turmeric is curcumin. Curcumin is a special plant compound that acts as a potent anti-inflammatory. In fact, curcumin is one of nature’s most powerful natural anti-inflammatories.

Curcumin inhibits two enzymes involved with the increase of inflammation (COX2 and 5-LOX). It also reduces pain similarly to aspirin and ibuprofen. Curcumin works similar to vitamin D.

The best part is that curcumin is natural and has virtually no side effects.

You can increase the absorption of curcumin by taking 1 tbsp of curcumin powder with 1-2 eggs and 1 tsp of coconut oil.

You could also try adding 1 tbsp of curcumin to 1 quart of boiling water for 10 minutes and then let it cool down. Drink the mixture within four hours.

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Friendly Bacteria and Fungus Gut Relationship

Friendly Bacteria and Fungus Gut Relationship

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0:30 Gut microbiome terms explained
3:02 The benefits of fungus
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In this video, we’re going to talk about the relationship between bacteria, fungi, and your gut.

Many people assume that all of the gut microbes are bacteria. However, you also have viruses and fungi that work together to keep your gut healthy.

To better explain this topic, I want to go through the definitions of certain terms we will use.

Microbiome – A community of bacteria in your gut.

Mycobiome – A community of fungus in your gut.

Mutualism – Both species benefit from each other.

Commensalism – One species benefits while the other neither benefits nor is harmed.

Parasitism – One species takes and doesn’t give back, leading to harm.

The mycobiome can be more complicated to understand because of the nature of fungi. Fungi are not as studied as bacteria because fungus can’t be cultured.

Both fungi and bacteria can be friendly in healthy condition but have pathogenic potential in unhealthy conditions.

When you are given an antibiotic for a bacterial infection, you can potentially have a fungal infection. When you are given an antibiotic for a fungal infection, you can potentially have a bacterial infection.

Fungi and bacteria keep each other in check. They help your body avoid pathogenic levels of a particular bacteria or fungus.

You also have viruses in your gut that help keep bacteria in check.

These three remedies can help fight infection and promote a healthy biome:
• Oregano oil
• Gymnema
• Sccharomyces Cerisaie and Sccharomyces Boulardii

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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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