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Speed Up Digestion

Speed Up Digestion

Speed Up Digestion

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I’m gonna talk about how to speed up
your digestion this video is not just for people that have constipation it’s
for people that have indigestion gas bloating stomach pain anything that
could be an incomplete cycle of digestion so what we want to do is we
want to actually break down each part of your digestive tract and just talk about
it so let’s start with the stomach okay acid is the key thing in your stomach
that helps break down the protein it also helps you absorb certain minerals
and it kills off pathogens many people do not have enough acid in your stomach
many people have acid in our stomach but it’s not very very strong it’s a weak
acid so the pH needs to be between 1 and 3 that’s like battery acid if the asset
is really nice and strong and you have enough then the valve on the top of the
stomach closes you can eat food and it just breaks down pretty fast adding more
hydrochloric acid would be a good thing now you’re not gonna actually drink
hydrochloric acid because that’s gonna completely burn your mouth your
esophagus all the way down so you want to take a weaker acid that will then
build up your hydrochloric acid and that’s called betaine hydrochloride you
can get this in a supplement ok now other things you can do is you can add
the materials that help you build up hydrochloric acid so salt is sodium
chloride so the chlorides from salt can actually help build up hydrochloric acid
also taking more potassium because you need potassium to build stomach acid
there’s other nutrients you need as well but these are the two most important
ones one would be taking apple cider vinegar
you dilute it one tablespoon in a glass of water or kombucha tea if you’re doing
kombucha tea make sure that you get the the bottle that has the least amount of
sugars ideally like two grams per bottle would be perfect okay
and also you’re not going to drink the whole bottle because it’s like it’s
pretty big and it’s a lot of acid to drink in once
but both of these would help acidify your stomach the thing that counters and
makes this worse are antacids and calcium carbonate would make it worse
and then we go to bile bile is made by your liver it’s stored in the
gallbladder and it helps you break down fats now you can actually take purified
bile salts you want to take one after the meal and that will help you with
bloating burping belching and it will help in the breakdown of fats in general
if you wanted to increase your body’s ability to make bile you can also take a
probiotic since microbes help you recycle the bile but you can also
consume beet tops so that will help your liver make more bile also ginger
artichokes lemon milk thistle and choline all of these help the liver
stimulate the production or more bile salts now the things that will reduce
your bile would be decreasing your probiotics that’s your friendly bacteria
because you took an antibiotic taking out the gallbladder or having a fatty
liver or having some damage to your liver in general that will reduce the
production of bile you can also have a problem with the drainage the bile ducts
you can also have a sluggish gall bladder there’s a lot of things that can
go wrong with that I’ll put some links down below more about the gall bladder
but taking more purified bile salts or things that will increase the bile
production would actually help in that section of digestion then you have the
enzymes a lot of enzymes are produced by your pancreas it’s right underneath the
left ribcage your small intestine actually has the ability to make certain
enzymes your stomach actually makes a few enzymes the microbes in your
intestine both small and large also make enzymes but enzymes help you break down
specific things like carbohydrates proteins fats the more that you eat raw
foods the more help you get with enzymes why because heat destroys the enzymes
food so if you’re consuming mostly cook food or canned food or pasteurized food
you’re gonna deplete your enzymes and the more enzymes you might need to take
you actually can take a blend of quite a few different enzymes as a nutritional
assistance when you eat certain foods but the point is that if you have enough
enzymes you actually can digest a lot if you don’t then you actually get all
sorts of symptoms from indigestion you can get a dark tarry stool like a
kind of a black stool that’s sticks in the toilet seat because you’re not
breaking down the fats there’s an enzyme called lipase that works together with
the bile to really take fat and break it down into the smallest particles now
let’s talk about flora Flora’s your friendly bacteria it’s the microbiome
most the flora in your body is in the large intestine you have a small amounts
on the outside of the body actually in every crevice of your body as well as
even in the small intestine so taking a probiotic is a very smart thing to do
because that will build up your flora now if you had an antibiotic or you
consume a lot of GMO food you’re gonna lose your friendly bacteria and then
you’re gonna get things like constipation you won’t be able to make
certain vitamins you have nutritional deficiencies there’s a whole list of
things that happen when you lose the flora so you need probiotics and then
you also need the food that feeds these microbes and that’s called a prebiotic
or a fiber and I recommend getting your fiber from these things called
vegetables then we have something over here called the para sympathetic nervous
system now this opposes the sympathetic nervous
system which is the flight or fight mechanism so with that’s like more
stress this is rest and digest what stimulates this system is keeping your
stress low okay also taking be one from nutritional yeast can actually stimulate
this system and this system helps what’s called peristalsis the pumping action of
your colon also taking more potassium will help support this system as
well is taking more magnesium and if you want to see the entire digestion from A
to Z a more comprehensive video I put it right here check it out 

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Speed Up Digestion

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Here’s what you need to know about your digestive tract and how to speed up digestion.

Gallbladder Video:

Gallbladder Formula:

0:00 Improving digestion
0:23 Breaking down the digestive tract—stomach 
2:25 Breaking down the digestive tract—bile 
3:52 Breaking down the digestive tract—enzymes
5:10 Breaking down the digestive tract—flora 
6:05 Breaking down the digestive tract—P.N.S

In this video, we’re going to talk about how to speed up your digestion. If you have constipation, indigestion, gas, bloating, or stomach pain, this video is for you. I’m actually going to break down each part of your digestive tract and explain a little bit about it.

Breaking down the digestive tract:

Stomach —
Acid is the key thing in your stomach. It helps you break down protein, absorb certain minerals, and kill pathogens. Many people do not have enough strong acid in their stomach. 

To support healthy stomach acid levels, consider:
• Hydrochloric acid (betaine hydrochloride)
• Salt 
• Potassium 
• Apple cider vinegar 
• Kombucha tea 

Consider avoiding:
• Antacids 
• Calcium carbonate 

Bile —
Bile is made by the liver and stored in the gallbladder. Bile helps you break down fats. Supporting bile production can also help with bloating and belching.

To support bile production, consider:
• Bile salts 
• Beet tops 
• Ginger
• Artichokes 
• Lemon 
• Milk thistle
• Choline 

Consider avoiding:
• Decreasing friendly bacteria 
• Taking out the gallbladder if possible
• A fatty liver situation 

Enzymes —
A lot of enzymes are produced by your pancreas. Your small intestine, stomach, and microbes in your intestines can also make certain enzymes. Enzymes help you break down carbohydrates, proteins, and fats. Heat destroys enzymes. 

To support enzymes, consider:
• Taking a blend of enzymes 
• Consuming more raw foods

Consider avoiding:
• Too many cooked foods
• Pasteurized foods 

Flora —
This is your friendly bacteria. Most of the flora in your body are in your large intestine. 

To support your flora, consider:
• Taking a probiotic 
• Consuming prebiotic foods (vegetable fiber)

Consider avoiding:
• Frequent antibiotic use if possible 
• GMO foods 

P.N.S —
Your parasympathetic nervous system is all about rest and digestion. 

To support and stimulate the parasympathetic nervous system, consider:
• Lowering stress
• Increasing B1
• Increasing potassium 
• Increasing magnesium 

Dr. Eric Berg DC Bio:
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’s Nutritionals. He no longer practices, but focuses on health education through social media.


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Thanks for watching! I hope this video helps you better understand your digestive tract and how to speed up digestion.

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