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Best Nutrients for Runners

Best Nutrients for Runners

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Check out the best supplements for runners to help increase energy, boost performance, and more!

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Today I’m going to cover the best supplements for runners.

1. Magnesium
One of the first symptoms of a magnesium deficiency is getting tired easily when exercising.

2. Vitamin B12
Exercise depletes vitamin B12. Vitamin B12 has a lot to do with making red blood cells, which help you carry oxygen. Vitamin B12 is also involved in nerve-muscle interaction.

3. Green tea
Green tea has a lot of antioxidants and phytonutrients to help get rid of the oxidation and free radical damage from exercise. This can help with recovery. Green tea can also increase fat oxidation and promote better performance.

4. Probiotics
Probiotics may help with recovery. Probiotics can also help decrease the risk of getting an infection from exercising too much.

5. Potassium
If you’re deficient in potassium, you could have problems with cramping and muscle fatigue. It’s also very important for the cardiovascular system and to help keep the arteries flexible and soft.

6. Sodium
Without sodium, your muscles can get weak. I believe the best source of sodium is Himalayan sea salt.

7. Beta-alanine
This can help decrease lactic acid, which can fatigue the muscles. It can decrease acidity, which can cause tiredness. It can also increase energy.

8. Vitamin D
Vitamin D is a powerful anti-inflammatory, and it may have a direct effect on exercise performance. It’s also vital for the cardiovascular part of the body.

9. Vitamin B1
Without enough vitamin B1, you’re not going to be burning your fuel that well. This could cause you to be tired.

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Preserving Anticancer Nutrients in Food

Preserving Anticancer Nutrients in Food

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Don’t miss out on vital anticancer food benefits. Here’s how you can preserve the anticancer nutrients in your food! 
 
Timestamps:
0:00 Preserve the anticancer nutrients in your veggies
0:10 Vegetables and anticancer phytonutrients 
2:14 How to preserve anticancer nutrients
3:10 Benefits of isothiocyanate

In this video, we’re going to talk about how to preserve the anticancer nutrients in your food. 

Cruciferous vegetables have a lot of anticancer phytochemicals. You can find these nutrients in virtually all cruciferous vegetables, including bok choy, broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, kale, radish, and watercress. 

One of the most researched phytonutrients is called glucosinolate. For glucosinolate to become bioactive, it has to first convert into another phytonutrient called isothiocyanate—the active version. This conversion process requires an enzyme called myrosinase. 
 
Isothiocyanate has the ability to:
• Neutralize cancer
• Induce apoptosis
• Inhibit tumor growth
• Reduce inflammation
 
The problem is, if you cook any of these vegetables for ten minutes or more, you destroy myrosinase, the enzyme that turns the phytonutrient into the bioactive version. 

To ensure your vegetables maintain this enzyme, you have two options:
1. Eat the vegetables raw so that the enzyme cannot become damaged. 
2. Chop, cut, crush, or mash the vegetables, wait about 7 minutes, and then heat—this allows the enzyme to work before cooking. It’s still best not to overcook the vegetables. 

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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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The Best Nutrient to Boost Learning

The Best Nutrient to Boost Learning

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What nutrient can help with learning? Watch this video to find out.

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0:00 The best nutrient to boost learning
0:28 What is the hippocampus?
1:04 DHA (omega-3 fatty acid) and your brain
1:25 Benefits of DHA
2:16 Effects of low DHA
3:20 The best sources of DHA

In this video, we’re going to talk about the best nutrient to boost learning. Did you know that a nutrient deficiency can inhibit your ability to learn effectively?

It all starts with the hippocampus. Your hippocampus is the structure in your brain that has to do with learning and spatial memory.

The omega-3 fatty acid called DHA makes up 20% of your brain’s grey matter (including your hippocampus). DHA also helps…
• Support your retina
• Lower oxidative stress/acts as an antioxidant
• Reduce inflammation
• Increase BDNF (this helps your brain grow)
• Boost the volume of the hippocampus

As you age, the structure of your hippocampus shrinks. In turn, this can affect your ability to learn and maintain spatial memory. If you’re DHA deficient, your hippocampus will get even smaller.

Taking omega-3 fatty acids can greatly benefit the hippocampus and improve your ability to learn.

DHA is involved with the synapses—these allow communication between neurons.

Low levels of DHA can even cause ADHD and dyslexia. The brain and retinas depend on DHA.

If an infant is not breastfed, the makeup of their retina may be abnormal due to low levels of DHA. In fact, DHA can even influence a child’s IQ.

The best sources of DHA are:
• Fatty fish
• Cod liver oil
• Algae

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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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Key Nutrients and Herbs for Fasting

Key Nutrients and Herbs for Fasting

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0:00 What type of nutrients do you need while fasting?
0:10 Prolonged fasting 
0:20 Nutritional deficiency 
1:17 Is this still fasting? 
1:40 Fasting benefits
2:15 Nutrients for fasting 
4:10 Two nutrients you don’t need for a fast
4:55 Herbs for fasting

Today we’re going to talk about what nutrients you should take when doing a fast. When you’re doing intermittent fasting, this is less important. But, when you do prolonged fasting (48-72+ hours), this becomes very important. Most people going into a prolonged fast are already deficient in at least one nutrient. A fast can then exaggerate this deficiency. 

A nutritional deficiency could create symptoms such as:
• Dizziness 
• Feeling faint
• Feeling tired
• A rash 
• Muscle cramps 
• Palpitations 
• Feeling cold  

Taking nutrients or herbs goes against the true definition of fasting, which is drinking only water, eating nothing, and not taking any nutrients or herbs. But, there are not enough calories involved in taking nutrients or herbs to bump a person out of ketosis or affect the benefits of fasting. 

Taking nutrients may not only help prevent a nutrient deficiency, but it may also help enhance a person’s antioxidant network. 

Key nutrients for fasting:
1. Electrolytes (potassium, magnesium, sodium, and chloride) 
2. B vitamins (nutritional yeast) 
3. Trace minerals (zinc, selenium, and iodine)
4. Vitamin D (sun, cod liver oil
5. Vitamin C 

2 nutrients you probably don’t need for a fast:
1. Iron 
2. Calcium 

Herbs for fasting:
• Green tea 
• Garlic
• Wheatgrass juice powder  
• Turmeric 

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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Stress Depletes These Nutrients

Stress Depletes These Nutrients

Stress Depletes These Nutrients

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so I think that most people consider a
vitamin deficiency coming from a lack of eating certain things in your diet right
and you may know that consuming pure sugar or refined sugar will cause a
vitamin deficiency and of course all the refined grains and caffeine and if you
have a lack of bile let’s say you don’t have a gall bladder or you have a
problem with your liver you can’t make bile
you’re going to be deficient in vitamin A D and K those are fat soluble vitamins
and then if you don’t have enough microbiome your friendly bacteria you’ll
also have vitamin deficiencies and if you don’t have enough stomach acid
you’re not going to be able to absorb the minerals into your body because you
need a very strong acid stomach to absorb minerals and then there’s the
anti nutrients it’s like phytates which block zinc and tannins which block the B
vitamins and then you have ox let’s like and spinach and rhubarb and almonds
which will block calcium the calcium instead gets stuck in your kidney so
there’s a lot of data on these things but did you realize that stress will
also cause vitamin deficiencies not to mention all sorts of other health
problems and especially a lowered immune system so let’s let’s talk about that so
right here we have the Ciba collection of medical illustrations volume four
endocrine system and I’m gonna flip to the page about cortisol so when we’re
talking about stress in the body we’re really talking about the hormone
cortisol cortisol goes up and it creates a whole series of effects so in this
page it talks about several nutrients becoming lost when you have high levels
of chronic output of cortisol but vitamin b1 deficiency it usually comes
from consuming too much refined sugar but it also comes from having high
levels of stress over a period of time and this is probably one of the reasons
when you take b1 you just feel like such a relief of stress so if you want a nice
calm sensation nutritional yeast or take a natural b1 not the synthetic
version and you’re gonna feel very stress free also vitamin D stress causes
the receptor for vitamin D to be downgraded so that means you’re not
going to be able to absorb vitamin D efficiently and we’re talking about vitamin D
deficiencies couple symptoms are anxiety depression lack of good restorative
sleep so vitamin D is very very important and then we have a zinc
deficiency and zinc has a lot to do with neurotransmitters and stabilizing your
mood and then we have a potassium deficiency which is right on this page
people will attempt to lose potassium when they go through stress and
initially they retain sodium so they have fluid retention so we have low
potassium and high sodium so that could potentially increase your blood pressure
cause fluid retention but potassium is very important in stabilizing your pulse
rate for example if your potassium is low your pulse rate will go up your
blood pressure will go up your arteries will become stiffened so potassium is
like a physiological tranquilizer it’s calming it’s really good for sleep and
this is why I recommend a lot of potassium because our body’s really need
4,700 very few people get this much but it’s very interesting when a person
starts to get this amount from increasing their vegetables or taking it
as the electrolyte they start having more energy and they start sleeping
better and they just feel a lot more calm and then as stress goes on and your
dream will start becoming burnt out then you start to lose sodium so when your
stress is really high this could be one of the reasons why people crave a lot of
salty foods when they’re stressed alright so if you haven’t seen my video
on the stress webinar you should probably check that out I put it right
here 

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Many people don’t realize that stress depletes these nutrients. Check this out. 
 
Timestamps
0:09 Causes of nutritional deficiencies 
1:08 Stress 
1:20 How stress affects your health

In this video, we’re going to talk about how stress can deplete certain nutrients. Most people think that a lack of eating certain foods causes nutrient deficiencies. While this is one cause, it’s not the only cause. 

A few causes of nutritional deficiencies:

• Sugar 
• Caffeine 
• Refined grains 
• Diet low in nutrients 
• Lack of bile
• Lack of microbiome 
• Lack of stomach acid 
• Anti-nutrients 

Stress is also a major factor that can potentially cause vitamin deficiencies, not to mention many other types of health problems. 

When talking about stress in the body, we’re really talking about the hormone called cortisol. Chronic high levels of cortisol could cause deficiencies in certain nutrients, such as:

• Vitamin B1
• Vitamin D
• Zinc
• Potassium 
• Sodium  

Dr. Eric Berg DC Bio:
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Why do Nutrients Get Depleted When Eating Sugar?

Why do Nutrients Get Depleted When Eating Sugar?

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now I just assumed that everyone knows the answer to this question okay and over the weekend last weekend I was asking some people about it and I found that actually no one knew the answer so I decided to do a video on it you might already know this but I just want to clarify it because it’s very important why nutrients get depleted when you eat sugar and foods that are like we’re flying carbohydrates okay and I’m talking about also juice and sodas and like liquid sugar so very simply in your energy factory called the mitochondria there is an engine that involves fuel and oxygen okay and in order to burn glucose which is a carbohydrate there are very important and essential cofactors or helper nutrients or Co enzymes which are slightly different now you could look at both of these as the keys that start the car or the engine be one especially b1 zinc especially potassium magnesium chromium manganese calcium other B vitamins like b3 b6 b5 are essential and necessary in the burning of glucose so this process in your mitochondria which is energy factory cannot work without these so if you’re consuming pure glucose without these your body is going to have to get it from somewhere so it’s going to pull it from your reserves and it’s going to start depleting you of these nutrients specifically and this is why when you consume glucose without nutrients you start having issues like for example if you consume a lot of glucose you start becoming deficient in b1 and you get nervous your heart races you can’t sleep I mean there’s a lot of other symptoms like brain fog apotheke zinc you might start noticing little white spots in your nails your immune system is weak your testosterone goes down when you’re missing potassium your heart rate starts going higher and higher because potassium is the brakes the accelerator on the heartbeats so there’s a lot of things that can happen when you consume straight sugar now if you were going to do cane sugar or molasses which has all the nutrients you’re not going to deplete these now you’re gonna have other problems because of the glucose but if you’re consuming sugar with nutrients obviously it’s not going to have that effect but so many people consume refined carbohydrates white rice for example you’re really going to deplete b1 refined grains turning the glucose and you’re going to deplete these now whole grains are a little different whole grains do have some of the B vitamins they have the minerals they have zinc but the problem is they also have in the brand part phytic acid which blocks the minerals so you’re going to create a deficiency through that way now one thing about vitamin C is that vitamin C is very similar to glucose in this chemistry and if there’s glucose going into the cell okay at the same time by the masse is there your body will uptake glucose and not bottom you’ll see that’s why you start becoming deficient in vitamin C because the glucose can override this mechanism so you start seeing your gums start bleeding when you’re brushing your teeth you start getting tired that’s like a mild subclinical version of scurvy so this is why if you’re new to my channel you need to get on the healthy keto and intermittent fasting plan I put a link down below thanks for watching so if you want more knowledge on how to create a healthy body subscribe now and get daily notifications

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Timestamps 
0:30 The mitochondria 
1:03 Cofactors and coenzymes 
1:26 What happens if you don’t have the cofactors and coenzymes
1:48 Side effects of these nutrient deficiencies
2:19 Cane sugar or molasses 
2:34 Refined carbohydrates 
3:01 Vitamin C 
3:34 What to do

Today, we’re going to talk about sugar and nutrients. I want to cover why sugar depletes nutrients. 

Why sugar depletes nutrients (as well as refined carbs, juices, and sodas):
In your energy factory called the mitochondria, there is an engine that involves fuel and oxygen. In order to burn glucose, there are essential cofactors or coenzymes that are basically the keys that start the engine. 

Essential cofactors and coenzymes:

• B1
• Zinc 
• Potassium
• Magnesium 
• Chromium 
• Manganese 
• Calcium 
• Other B vitamins 
• Vitamin C 

The above are essential for burning glucose. The process in the mitochondria can’t work without these nutrients. 

If you’re consuming pure glucose without these nutrients, your body will pull them from your reserves, and it’s going to start depleting you of these nutrients. 

Cane sugar and molasses both have nutrients, so you won’t deplete them. However, you will still have issues because of the glucose. 

What you really need to do, if you’re not already, is healthy keto with intermittent fasting.

Dr. Eric Berg DC Bio:
Dr. Berg, 53 years of age is a chiropractor who specializes in Healthy Ketosis & Intermittent Fasting. He is the author of The New Body Type Guide and other books published by KB Publishing. He has taught students nutrition as an adjunct professor at Howard University. He no longer practices, but focuses on health education through social media.

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