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Restore Your Sense of Smell

Restore Your Sense of Smell

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Here’s what recent research has to say about restoring your sense of smell. 

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0:00 Restoring sense of smell 
0:16 New research on restoring the sense of smell 
2:12 Intranasal insulin spray 
2:40 What to do for a loss of smell 
3:14 How to restore insulin resistance
4:09 Share your success story!

Today I want to go over some interesting new research on restoring sense of smell. Some interesting data states that insulin is needed to repair olfactory neurons. The olfactory neurons have to do with your receptors for smell, and if damaged, this can affect your ability to taste. If you can’t smell, you can’t taste too well.

Another interesting thing is that the highest density and the highest concentration of insulin receptors in the brain are in the olfactory regions. Insulin has a huge role in the recovery of neurons after an injury. If there is not enough insulin available, you could have a hard time recovering from any type of injury to these neurons. 

This is why a prediabetic or diabetic may have more of a loss of smell after damaging those neurons than someone who doesn’t have a problem with insulin. Even people with insulin resistance may have this problem. 

Insulin resistance is very common. With insulin resistance, this means you could have an insulin deficiency in certain parts of the body, as well as excess insulin. As far as the neurons in the olfactory area in your sinuses, you could be very deficient in insulin if you have insulin resistance.

It turns out that the use of intranasal spray (spraying insulin into the sinuses) caused an immediate improvement in the sense of smell and smell differentiation.

There are many different things you can do for a loss of smell. But, restoring insulin resistance, so you have enough insulin to help repair these neurons may be the most important thing to do. 

How to restore insulin resistance: 
• Go on a low-carb diet
• Do intermittent fasting (at least 18 hours a day)
• Take apple cider vinegar before bed (2 tbsp. in water)
• Regular exercise 
• Take vitamin D (at least 10,000 IUs per day) 
• Get potassium (from a supplement or from food)
• Get vitamin B1 

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A1C is a Good Predictor of Many Diseases

A1C is a Good Predictor of Many Diseases

A1C is a Good Predictor of Many Diseases

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0:00 What is A1C?
1:38 High A1C and disease
3:40 How to improve A1C
5:09 Share your success story!

A1C is a really good predictor of all sorts of diseases. An A1C test is a test that gives you feedback on your average blood sugars over 2-3 months. It measures glycated hemoglobin. Glucose that has stuck to the protein in red blood cells creates glycated hemoglobin. The quantity of sugar and protein combining together will raise your A1C.

In my opinion, the A1C test is better than a one-time glucose test because it tells you what’s happening over a period of time. I also believe that high A1C is basically caused by a high-carb diet.

There are many disease processes that can occur when you have high A1C. This is because high sugar can create a lot of oxidation and problems with all sorts of tissues.

But, there are four main tissues that high glucose effects:
1. Combination of the brain and nervous system
2. The kidneys
3. The eyes
4. The arteries

How to help improve A1C:
• Reduce complications from glycation (take fat-soluble vitamin B1 in the form of benfotiamine)
• Reduce carbs
• Reduce frequency of eating (intermittent fasting)

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Carbs Are the Most Important Fuel Source: REALLY?

Carbs Are the Most Important Fuel Source: REALLY?

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0:00 What is the most important fuel source?
1:45 Does the body need to run on glucose?
5:02 Share your success story!

Today let’s talk about an important misconception about carbs. Various articles and books will say that carbs are the body’s most important source of fuel.

In my opinion, we should be asking what fuel source gives the body the most health. If the body is supposed to live on glucose, and other fuel sources aren’t natural, and they’re just used as a backup, why is there such a massive problem with diabetes worldwide?

Diabetes is a situation where they have dysfunctional insulin, so they can’t regulate glucose. Insulin is either dysfunctional or there isn’t enough insulin to take the glucose out of the blood. Now, there is a higher level of glucose in the blood. Both of these things can occur when you have high levels of glucose or carbohydrates in the diet.

If the body likes carbohydrates, then why is everyone becoming a diabetic? Also, why do so many health problems clear up when you switch fuel sources from carbohydrates and glucose to fat and ketones? I believe the body is naturally designed to run on ketones, not glucose.

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Why Take Apple Cider Vinegar (AVC) Before Bed

Why Take Apple Cider Vinegar (AVC) Before Bed

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0:00 Apple cider vinegar before bed
0:25 Apple cider vinegar for the dawn effect
1:25 Why does apple cider vinegar lower blood sugar
2:42 Share your success story!

There are many reasons why you would want to take apple cider vinegar before bed. In this video, we’re going to focus on what taking apple cider vinegar before bed can do for your blood sugars.

Acetic acid is the main acid in apple cider vinegar, and it’s very anti-glycemic. This means it may help reduce your blood sugars after a meal. Acetic acid may also help reduce your blood sugars in the morning.

Normally, your blood sugars should be low in the morning. There is something called the dawn phenomenon or down effect, where your blood sugars are higher in the morning. This is because the high blood sugar isn’t coming from your diet. It’s coming from your liver.

Your liver is making extra glucose from protein, fat, and ketones. This is called gluconeogenesis. This could be caused by a problem with the blood sugars like insulin resistance, prediabetes, or diabetes.

How apple cider vinegar (acetic acid) can potentially help lower your blood sugars:
• It blocks enzymes that break down starches
• It reduces the liver’s production of gluconeogenesis
• It can make insulin more sensitive (may help improve insulin resistance, hyperglycemic, and hypoglycemia)

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Intermittent Fasting Could Replace Insulin for Diabetes

Intermittent Fasting Could Replace Insulin for Diabetes

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Could intermittent fasting be as effective as insulin for diabetics? Here’s what the research shows!

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0:00 Introduction: type-1 vs. type-2 diabetes
1:27 Side effects of hyperglycemia
2:47 Intermittent fasting, insulin, and diabetes
4:45 Share your success story!

In this video, we’re going to talk about why intermittent fasting could replace insulin for type-2 diabetes.

The difference between type-1 and type-2 diabetes is that type-1 diabetes is characterized by a lack of insulin due to pancreatic damage.

Type-2 diabetes is characterized by a lack of insulin sensitivity. When you have insulin resistance, your body creates far too much insulin. However, this insulin isn’t effective because your insulin receptors can’t pull in the insulin.

Over time, type-2 diabetes can exhaust the pancreas, causing a reduction in inulin production. In turn, some severe types of type-2 diabetes may require insulin shots.

Hyperglycemia (high blood sugar) has similar side effects as high insulin. Both can cause damage to your nerves and blood vessels—especially in your eyes, kidneys, arteries, heart, and brain.

An interesting study on three people found that fasting has the potential to reverse insulin resistance and restore insulin’s effects on blood sugar levels. All three patients were able to stop taking insulin. Two of the three patients were able to eliminate all medications, and the other patient eliminated 3 out of 4 medications.

These results seem to be due to the fact that lowering your consumption of carbs lowers your need for insulin.

Keto and intermittent fasting combined may decrease the need for insulin even further.

Make sure you do not stop taking your prescription medications without your doctor’s approval. Work with your doctor to get healthier by doing keto and intermittent fasting.

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Diabetic’s High Sugar Coming From Another Source

Diabetic’s High Sugar Coming From Another Source

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0:20 What is gluconeogenesis?
1:17 The body doesn’t need much sugar
2:25 Why does the body make so much sugar?
2:53 What you could do
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Of course, dietary sugar can raise your blood sugar, but something else can do it too. In fact, it’s pretty significant. It’s called gluconeogenesis.

Gluconeogenesis means that your body is generating new glucose from non-carbohydrate sources. Your body can make new sugar from fat or protein. High blood sugar is not just about dietary sugar. Your body makes sugar from other things.

The amount of sugar in your blood is significantly coming from gluconeogenesis. Diabetics have enhanced gluconeogenesis. So, your liver and your kidneys are making a lot of sugar, which raises your blood sugar.

It’s important to keep in mind that the body doesn’t need much sugar. There are very few parts of the body that are dependent on sugar. Everything else can live on other sources of fuel, like fatty acid and ketones.

The body has the ability to make the sugar that it needs. We don’t need to get sugar or carbohydrates from the diet. However, we do need dietary fiber, which is considered a carbohydrate.

If you’re a diabetic, your body is making too much sugar because insulin isn’t working correctly in your body. Even though there might be high levels of insulin in the blood, the insulin is dysfunctional because of insulin resistance. Insulin isn’t doing its job, which is to keep gluconeogenesis in check.

The real problem is insulin resistance. This is what’s causing the high levels of sugar in your blood. I believe the best thing to do would be to focus on fixing your insulin resistance. This could potentially help your body make less sugar and improve your blood sugar levels. In my opinion, the best way to improve insulin resistance is to do the Healthy Keto diet and intermittent fasting.

What if you’ve already started the ketogenic diet and intermittent fasting, and you’re seeing improvements, but you still have high blood sugar? Your body is likely still in the process of dealing with your insulin resistance. It takes time to reverse insulin resistance. The key is to not give up, stay consistent, and know what’s really going on.

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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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Cutting Carbs But Still Not Losing Weight

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Are you on keto and intermittent fasting, but you’re still not seeing the results you want? Here’s why!

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0:20 Two reasons why fasting and keto aren’t working
0:40 How sleep affects weight loss
2:59 How stress affects weight loss
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In this video, we’re going to talk about what to do when cutting your carbs doesn’t help you lose weight.

When you hit a plateau, I typically say you need to cut your carbs down and eat less frequently. But what do you do if that doesn’t work?

There are two situations that may cause you to stop losing weight even when you’re fasting and lowering your carbs. The first situation is when you’re not getting enough sleep, and the second is when you’re stressed out.

Not getting the right amount of quality sleep can stop weight loss because of a hormone called melatonin. Sleep produces melatonin, and melatonin inhibits insulin. So if you’re not getting enough sleep, you won’t have enough melatonin to keep your insulin levels under control.

High insulin causes your body to store sugar as fat. This is obviously not good for losing weight.

Exposure to blue light before bed and late-night snacking can lead to poor sleep.

Stress affects weight loss because of the hormone cortisol. Cortisol, also known as the stress hormone, releases glucose as a source of quick energy. In turn, this releases sugar into the body and causes high insulin.

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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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Why Do Carbs Make You Hungry

Why Do Carbs Make You Hungry

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Do you get hungry right after you eat something like rice or pasta? This is why carbs can make you hungry.

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0:00 Why do carbs make people hungry
0:10 Why carbs make you hungry reason #1
0:52 Why carbs make you hungry reason #2
2:37 How to stimulate the appetite
4:47 How to satisfy hunger
7:05 Fixing insulin resistance
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There are two reasons why carbs make people hungry.

1. Low blood sugar levels can cause you to be hungry.
• When you consume carbs, you spike insulin. Insulin’s job is to lower glucose. When your glucose is low in the blood because you just spiked insulin, this is when you’re going to crave carbs. You’re also going to be more hungry.

2. Insulin triggers hunger
• The more insulin you have, the more hungry you’re going to be. A condition called insulin resistance can be caused by consuming carbs for many years to the point where your body is compensating by producing a lot more insulin. The higher the food’s glycemic index, the faster the insulin will spike, and the lower the blood sugars will drop. High carb foods can make you hungry not long after you consume them. This is because it spiked insulin and lowered your blood sugars. But, something like a salad won’t cause a massive spike in insulin and won’t make you hungry.

Refined carbs, low-fat protein, and frequent eating will stimulate the appetite.

How to satisfy hunger:
• Consume more fatty foods
• Lower your carbs
• Consume nutrient-dense foods
• Fiber will help buffer the insulin response
• Make sure you have enough bile by supporting the gallbladder and liver
• Fasting

Following the above list may also help you fix insulin resistance. The more you fix insulin resistance, the lower the insulin will go, the faster the metabolism is going to be, and the more satisfied you will be.

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How Many Carbs Should a Diabetic Eat?

How Many Carbs Should a Diabetic Eat?

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How many carbs should a diabetic consume each day? You may have gotten bad information in the past. 

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0:00 How many carbs should a diabetic consume? 
0:10 What do the experts say?
3:12 What can you do?

How many carbohydrates should a person with diabetes consume on a daily basis? The experts say that 45-60% of your calories should be from carbs. If a person consumes 1800 calories per day, that’s 225g of carbs per day. They also say there is no magic number of carbs a person should consume and that appetite and hunger should play a role. 

This is insanity and a recipe for disaster. I believe a person should keep their carbs between twenty and fifty grams per day. 

Here are a few things you could do:
• Reduce your carbs (less than 50g per day)
• Stop snacking 
• Intermittent fasting (consume two meals a day)
• Increase healthy fats 
• Stop consuming so-called “healthy carbs” (fruit, whole grains, brown rice) 
• Consume Himalayan sea salt 
• Avoid omega-6 fatty acids 
• Increase omega-3 fatty acids 

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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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At the 1st Sign of Diabetes, Do This…

At the 1st Sign of Diabetes, Do This…

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0:00 At the 1st sign of diabetes, do this…
0:46 Signs and symptoms of insulin resistance
1:44 What is insulin resistance, pre-diabetes, and diabetes?
5:30 What to do for insulin resistance
7:41 Plants and herbs for insulin resistance

In this video, we’re going to talk about what you would do at the first sign of type 2 diabetes.

What would be the first sign of diabetes? It’s actually not pre-diabetes. It’s something that comes before pre-diabetes—insulin resistance.

Insulin resistance is like a pre-pre-diabetes—one of the first signs or clues of diabetes. If you can catch it at the insulin resistance stage, you can potentially avoid any further progression.

The first indicators of insulin resistance include:
1. Frequent hunger
2. Carbohydrate cravings
3. Not feel satisfied after a meal
4. Urination at night
5. Thirst before bed
6. Feeling tired after eating
7. Belly fat

Take a look at what’s happening when you have insulin resistance. This situation is when the insulin receptors are downgraded, so they don’t receive insulin. This means that the feedback loop to the pancreas is stopped. In turn, the pancreas pumps out more and more insulin, which further contributes to insulin resistance.

When you get to the pre-diabetes stage, you start to lose this pancreatic compensation, and your blood sugars start to go a little too high.

Full-blown diabetes is when you lose more compensation, and your blood sugar levels skyrocket because your insulin levels are low.

When you first have signs of insulin resistance or pre-diabetes, what do they do? They often wait until it turns into diabetes, and then they start treating it with medications and diet changes.

However, many “professionals” think that a healthy diet should allow 225 carbs. This is way too much—especially if you have insulin resistance. It will be virtually impossible to get rid of this situation if you are consuming that number of carbohydrates.

Here’s what you can do for insulin resistance and pre-diabetes:
1. Lower your carbs to less than 50 grams
2. Stop snacking
3. Cut back to 2 meals a day (intermittent fasting)
4. Get plenty of butyrate by consuming vegetables
5. Get plenty of vitamin D
6. Replenish your chromium, vitamin B1, potassium, and magnesium

You can also use some plants and herbs to help support healthy blood sugar and insulin levels. Try using cinnamon, green tea, Gymnema, and berberine.

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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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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