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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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0:00 Introduction
0:25 The real reasons behind constipation
2:42 A holistic approach of 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

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How to Correct Your Constipation

How to Correct Your Constipation

How to Correct Your Constipation

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so the other day i was looking through
my youtube videos and i was shocked to find out i had
no videos on constipation that i could find
so i decided to do one and this relates to
two situations one is that you develop constipation
after you do the ketogenic diet versus having constipation years before
you do the ketogenic diet now if you’ve had constipation your
whole life okay that’s a different situation
i would highly recommend you go to a doctor that can evaluate that deeper
maybe get some type of scan to look at your intestines because many times
the large colon is completely dilated
and distended to the point where it’s going to take a lot of work and a long
time for people that had long term
constipation and they’ve tried all sorts of things i’m going to recommend
some type of herbal laxative i’ll put some links down below
now some people are concerned about being dependent on herbal laxatives
well the danger of having constipation or auto intoxication with all those
toxins being recirculated is much greater than taking an herb
to help you eliminate these toxins now there’s also many other things you
can do for constipation but i’m going to answer that
when i deal with this other situation you just started keto and all of a
sudden you got constipated now i know someone’s going
to say in the comment section well what about diarrhea because that’s what i had
i already did a video on that i put the link down below so you just did keto
you got constipation this is the order of things that i would take a look at
you want to first adjust your vegetables a lot of people are not used to seven to
ten cups of vegetables it may constipate them why because
what is consuming that fiber is your microbes and you need to kind of
build up these microbes you may not have enough to deal with
that much fiber so you may want to start out with
like i don’t know four cups of vegetables slowly go to
five six seven over time so overloading these microbes
with too much fiber could constipate you the other point is
too when you take fiber in it’s going to swell up
with fluid if you’re not drinking water after you
consume the vegetables there could be a problem with kind of
dehydrating your colon because of the gel effect with fiber it
basically absorbs water it expands and it helps to
form the stool so we want to adjust the quantity either
up or down some people get constipation by consuming a lot of
protein with no vegetables well then you might want to increase the
vegetables so first thing is increase the quantity up or down to see if that
handles it second thing is the type of vegetable if
you’re consuming a lot of cruciferous vegetables some people
don’t do well with that they can’t digest it as well
so you might want to switch the type of vegetables that you consume
it could be like like green lettuce leaves that might be something you could
do or asparagus or celery just change the
type next thing you can do is also switch to
fermented vegetables sauerkraut kimchi many different types and this is much
easier to digest the other thing you can do is you can
steam some of your vegetables like maybe half of them
and have half raw that seems to also help
the ability to digest and process that fiber so this would be number one
number two you are not ready to handle that much fat on the
ketogenic plan because your bile reserves are not
sufficient so you have a certain amount of bile that you’ve been
using to digest food so you switch your diet to a higher fat diet
and now the requirement for bile goes up because bile helps you break down fat
it’s like the detergent that dissolves the fat so you may need to add some
purified bile salts after the meal to assist in the digestion of
the fat okay that’s the next thing i would look at and by the way bile salts
are a natural lubricant so it’ll help you lubricate the colon
and it’s actually good for constipation next thing is you want to add more
potassium potassium helps the smooth muscle of the colon so
you may want to take some electrolyte powder you just want to
beef up no pun intended your amount of potassium
okay number four you add a probiotic of course you’d want to do
this this and this with the long-term constipation too but a good probiotic
can help you break down these fibers i would recommend
something that survives the stomach acidity
but adding a probiotic is a very vital thing that you don’t want to forget
about number five add a herbal laxative if you
need it as a temporary thing and number six b1
if you’re deficient in b1 you could lack the necessary
neurotransmitters to help activate the muscles in the colon so
b1 naturally helps the peristalsis or the pumping action
of the colon another common thing that a lot of people do with keto is to do mct
oil mct oil has a natural laxative effect
so in the process you may want to use some of this to help
keep things going all right there you have it
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Are you experiencing constipation after starting keto? Here’s what you need to know.

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0:00 How to relieve constipation
0:20 Chronic constipation
1:40 Keto and constipation

Today we’re going to talk about how to get rid of constipation. Specifically, we’re going to talk about what to do if you have constipation after starting the ketogenic diet.

For people who have had chronic constipation before starting the keto diet, you may need a deeper evaluation by your doctor. A natural laxative may also be a helpful constipation remedy.

Here’s what you could consider if you started having constipation after starting keto:

1. Adjust your vegetables
A. Try increasing or decreasing the number of vegetables you consume.
B. Try different types of vegetables.
C. Switch to fermented vegetables or consume some of your vegetables raw, and some of them steamed.

2. Add bile salts

3. Add potassium

4. Add a probiotic

5. Add an herbal laxative

6. Add vitamin B1

*MCT oil may also help

Dr. Eric Berg DC Bio:
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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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