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Kids Eat 67 Percent Ultra-Processed Food

Kids Eat 67 Percent Ultra-Processed Food

Kids Eat 67 Percent Ultra-Processed Food

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Is your child eating ultra-processed foods? Find out why this is a problem and what the alternatives are.

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0:00 Introduction:
0:13 What are ultra-processed foods?
0:37 Health effects of ultra-processed foods
1:20 Research data
2:00 Examples of ultra-processed foods
2:17 Key takeaways
2:56 Share your success story!

In this video, we’re going to talk about how 67% of the calories that kids consume come from ultra-processed foods.

That means that two-thirds of calories a child eats comes from ultra-processed foods!

What are ultra-processed foods? They are…
• Industrial grains
• Sweet snacks
• Ready-to-eat foods
• Ready-to-heat foods
• High in added sugar
• Trans fats
• Refined starches

Most of these foods are very low in important nutrients yet high in carbohydrates. In turn, you have high oxidation and few antioxidants in the body. This is like rusting out the inside of the body.

Excess oxidation can cause:
• Heart damage
• Cancer
• Diabetes

Most of the calories from ultra-processed foods are not eaten at home. Instead, they are eaten while out of the house, at restaurants, schools, etc.

When you consume ultra-processed foods, you’re never satisfied because they are very low in nutrients. This potentially leads to overeating and obesity.

This study went on from 1999 to 2018 and included 33,000 participants from ages 2 to 19. In 1999, ultra-processed foods made up 61% of a child’s diet; In 2018, they made up 67%.

As you can see, this amount is steadily increasing, which could mean our children could be consuming even more processed foods today.

Ultra-processed foods include:
• Soft drinks
• Chips
• Chocolate
• Candy
• Ice cream
• Sweetened breakfast cereal
• Packaged soups
• Chicken nuggets
• Hot dogs
• Fries

The best diet for avoiding ultra-processed foods is the Healthy Keto diet. Check out my other videos on how to get started on Healthy Keto.

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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#1 Most Addictive Food

#1 Most Addictive Food

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Can you guess what the #1 most addictive food in the world is?

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0:00 The #1 most addictive food
1:10 The least addictive foods
1:35 Keto-friendly pizza and other alternatives
2:13 What to know about food addiction
4:07 What to do for addiction
4:50 Share your success story!

I believe the #1 most addictive food is pizza. Pizza is a refined carbohydrate. It will spike your dopamine, stimulating your reward centers and giving you pleasure.

The most addictive foods:
1. Pizza
2. Chocolate
3. Chips
4. Cookies
5. Ice cream
6. French fries
7. Cheeseburgers

The least addictive foods:
1. Cucumbers
2. Carrots
3. Broccoli
4. Water

It’s important to note that there are fantastic keto-friendly versions of many of your favorite foods, including pizza, chocolate, chips, cookies, ice cream, French fries, and more.

Dopamine is the key neurotransmitter that you want to boost. If you are addicted to anything, I believe it’s important to try to increase your dopamine from things other than what you’re addicted to.

What you can try to help increase dopamine and fight addiction:
• Exercise
• Vitamin D (20,000 IUs per day)
• Fasting (regular intermittent fasting and periodic prolonged 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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There’s an important misconception regarding carbohydrates that needs to be cleared up. Check this out!

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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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The Most Unhealthy Diet in the World

The Most Unhealthy Diet in the World

The Most Unhealthy Diet in the World

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The place where you’re supposed to heal and recover is the same place serving the most unhealthy diet in the world. Check this out!

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0:00 What is the most unhealthy diet in the world?
0:48 What meals do hospitals serve?
3:55 What to do
4:14 Share your success story!

So, what is the most unhealthy diet in the world? It’s hospital food. A hospital is a place where you go to heal and recover, but I believe it’s the worst place to go to recover.

Hospital meals are constructed with dietary concerns in mind. But, the problem is that whoever created these meal plans is operating off of false information.

Hospitals contract out meals with companies who specialize in preparing institutional food, like the food they serve in prisons, school systems, and government agencies. These foods are meant for high volume and low cost. They’re also typically pre-packaged and pre-cooked.

I believe hospital foods are definitely not recovery foods. They’re inflammatory foods. Fasting or bringing your own food if you’re in the hospital may be the best way to go.

The macros of typical hospital foods:
• Protein: 10-35%
• Carbs: 45-65%
• Fat: 30% or less (saturated fat: 10% or less)

Hospitals serve:
• Foods that have no trans fat
• Low sodium foods
• 100% fruit juice
• 1% non-fat dairy
• Milk substitutes (like soy)
• Yogurt (less than 30g of sugar per 8oz.)
• Low sodium cheese
• Whole wheat and whole-grain foods
• Dinner rolls, muffins, bagels, tortillas (must contain less than 290mg of sodium)
• Cereal (must contain less than 215mg of sodium)
• Dried cranberries and raisins (these are not included in the total sugar amount)
• Canned beef and vegetables (must contain less than 290mg of sodium)
• Frozen French toast (must contain less than 480mg of sodium)
• Snacks (should be added to help curve hunger)
• At least five servings of vegetables per week

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Breaking Old Bad Habits: Part 1

Breaking Old Bad Habits: Part 1

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0:00 Old bad habits
1:35 What’s your bad habit?
2:47 What happens when you consume carbs out of habit
4:17 What you can do if you’re addicted to carbs
6:11 Bulletproof your immune system *free course!

In this video, I want to cover how to break bad habits related to diet or exercise. Bad habits typically start out very pleasurable, but then they become very uncomfortable and can even cause pain.

Questions to ask yourself:
• What’s your worst routine or habit?
• What’s your willingness to change on a scale of 0-10?
• What do you feel is right about eating carbs? Do they make you happy, feel good, relaxed, or is it more fulfilling?

When you consume carbs out of habit, you’re bouncing between dopamine (pleasure sensation) and serotonin (happy sensation). When you consume carbs, you’re satisfying the withdrawal symptoms of these receptors.

But, these carbohydrate cravings are very unnatural. They’re developed over time with certain chemical changes that happen in the body. You can even become addicted to these carbs.

What you can do if you’re addicted to carbs:
1. Decide to make a change
2. Change your routine
3. Get rid of distractions
4. Push through discomfort
5. Increase more dietary fat
6. Take B vitamins (especially vitamin B1)

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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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My Grandfather Ate Bread, Sugar and Drank Alcohol and Lived to be 90

My Grandfather Ate Bread, Sugar and Drank Alcohol and Lived to be 90

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Are you curious about why some people can eat junk and still live a long life? Let’s talk about it.

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0:00 My Grandfather Ate Bread, Sugar and Drank Alcohol and Lived to be 90
0:22 How genetics affect your health
2:30 Epigenetic and other health influences
3:35 Need keto consulting?

In this video, we’re going to talk about why some people have a had diet and still live a long life.

I recently had a commenter say, “My grandfather ate bread and sugar and drank alcohol and lived to be 90. How do you explain that?” This is an interesting topic that I’d like to cover in this video.

We’re all born with different genes. Some people have highly robust genes that can withstand much more than others.

Other people develop metabolic issues early in life and are not able to consume unhealthy foods without them having a tremendously negative effect on their health.

For me, it was at 28 years old that I began to feel the effects of unhealthy eating. From that point forward, I had to eat healthy to feel healthy.

Epigenetics also play an important role in how healthy your body is. Your health reserve and attitude are other pieces of the health and longevity puzzle.

In summary, yes, it is possible to eat unhealthily and live a long life. However, very few people are able to do this without experiencing serious health consequences.

Whether or not you have robust genes, your health can benefit from a healthy keto diet and intermittent fasting.

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You Need to AVOID These Hidden Trap Foods NOW (they can slow your results drastically)

You Need to AVOID These Hidden Trap Foods NOW (they can slow your results drastically)

You Need to AVOID These Hidden Trap Foods NOW (they can slow your results drastically)

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The 13 Top Foods We Eat in the US

The 13 Top Foods We Eat in the US

The 13 Top Foods We Eat in the US

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so let’s talk about the 13 top sources of calories in the US okay number one grain-based desserts as in cakes cookies donuts that’s number one number two bread three chicken but most of this chicken is not going to be organic it’s gonna be probably fried chicken okay for soda with high fructose corn syrup energy drinks filled with tons of sugar and sports drinks which are really sugar drinks five Pizza six pasta and pasta dishes number seven Mexican dishes burritos tacos things like that eight beef dishes nine dairy desserts we’re talking about ice cream things like that ten burgers of course with the bun right don’t forget the ketchup eleven regular cheese like in Velveeta cheese twelve potato and corn chips and thirteen alcohol now what’s going to happen when a person starts consuming this they’re gonna start getting tired because the massive amounts of sugar and insulin going on they’re gonna swollen eyes a lot of fluid retention especially in their feet eventually high blood pressure metabolic syndrome they’re gonna definitely crave carbs they’re gonna be hungry all the time because the amount of insulin pushes the blood Sugar’s down they’re gonna probably be grouchy irritable and they’re gonna have a belly and speaking from personal experience this pretty much was my diet before I was 28 years old okay so I lived on these foods ton of sodium lots of sodium lots of msg very little potassium very little B vitamins a lot of refined foods of course if you were to tell me this back when I was in my 20s I wouldn’t listen to you because I didn’t have very many health problems until a little bit later so what should we eat pasture-raised eggs okay organic eggs fish seafood sardines avocados greens salads and veggies grass-fed meats dairy including grass-fed butter olives and olive oil nuts and berries and when I think a lot of people don’t realize is that when you make this transition it’s not as painful as you think I do know though when I was in college I would go to the grocery store with the intention of buying these foods right here okay and sometimes I would buy them they would sit in the refrigerator I would never eat them and of course I ended up driving home with Doritos with a huge bag of Doritos and that would down the whole thing I mean one serving size I think of Doritos gave you 250 milligrams of sodium and there was like I don’t know how many like maybe 20 serving size I would down the whole thing in one sitting okay so I had a massive amount of sodium going on and a massive deficiency of potassium I had zero information on health I had to go through a lot of health problems before I finally like did it a hundred percent for those of you that are watching that might have a similar consideration just realize that a lot of these like even pizza you can make a pizza that tastes very similar to the pizza that you’re consuming I said similar not identical and be very satisfied with it and not have the bad stuff so there’s recipes for that I’ll put them in the description down below same thing with the pasta the same thing with this pretty much every single thing you see up here can be consumed as an alternative food or dessert to give you the same pleasure so you can make the transition and not make the mistakes that I made thanks for watching so if you want to get notified with all my content click the notification bell next to subscribed

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In this video, Dr. Berg talks about the 13 top sources of calories in the US.
1. Grain-based desserts
2. Bread
3. Chicken
4. Soda, Energy Drink, Sports Drink
5. Pizza
6. Pasta
7. Mexican Dishes
8. Beef Dishes
9. Dairy Desserts
10. Burgers
11. Regular Cheese
12. Potato and Corn Chips
13. Alcohol

Side Effects of High Sugar and High Insulin
• Tired
• Swollen Eyes
• Fluid Retention
• High Blood Pressure
• Cravings
• Hungry
• Grouchy and Irritable
• Belly Fat

What Should We Eat?
• Pasture-raised eggs
• Fish / sea food / sardines
• Avocados
• Greens / veggies
• Grass-fed meats / dairy
• Olives / olive oil
• Nuts
• Berries

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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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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