Aspirin Alternatives

Aspirin Alternatives

Aspirin Alternatives

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hi guys dr. Berg here I had a question recently about aspirin okay first of all check with your doctor I’m not giving you any medical advice for this and just giving you some education and some other viewpoints and aspirin some people are taking as a preventative measure for heart attacks and stroke that don’t have any problems with their blood work or don’t have any problems they just want to prevent it other people do have problems and they’re taking it and some people are taking it for pain and inflammation okay so the other thing the thing that you need to know is that one of the side effects from taking aspirin is that it it creates damage on the liver especially if you take a lot of it and it also creates internal bleeding it also creates kidney problems it’s right on the label you can just read that over 6% of the group of people to gastrin end up hospitalized okay and 15,000 deaths a year in the US alone from aspirin so it’s not a hundred percent safe but people say well it’s also not safe to have be at risk for heart attacks or stroke I understand that but I just want to give you some alternatives to look at if you want it an alternative you can check with your doctor to see if you guys can work out that but make sure you check with your doctor to make sure that you both are in coordination but cod liver oil is a very great oil for the heart also to thin the blood naturally it has vitamin A and has vitamin D it’s good for the immune system is good for the cardiovascular system if you wanted to get cod liver oil I would search out a virgin cod liver oil it’s just higher quality it’s a little more expensive but it’s definitely worth it number two vitamin E make sure the vitamin E you get is a complex a natural complex not a synthetic like alpha tocopheryl let me get the whole complex and make sure it’s more of a natural version vitamin E also is great for the heart good friend Gina it’s good for supporting a healthy heart cardiovascular system and of course probably vitamin C 2 too strengthen the capillaries and the arteries to help support your vascular system so you don’t get the stroke vitamin D is very important make sure it’s a natural food based vitamin-c complex okay now the other thing is if you’re taking aspirin for pain or inflammation there’s some other things that you may want to do to go deeper cod liver oil is a great anti-inflammatory that’s one thing number two stinging nettle root is one of the best natural anti-inflammatories that I know it’s natural it doesn’t have any side effects and it works really good for anything like arthritis and pain I like this one also intermittent fasting in keto if you’re watching my videos you know all about this if you don’t start watching the intermittent fasting in keto combination ketogenic diet because this will drop the inflammation probably faster than anything that I know next thing if you have gout inflammation from gout or rheumatoid arthritis you need a lot of potassium make sure the quantity of vegetables are between 7 cups and 10 cups a day in addition to that you might want to get a potassium supplement maybe electrolyte powder to really increase that to lower inflammation as well alright thanks for watching hey you probably already subscribed but if you haven’t press this little button down below and I will keep you updated

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Dr. Berg talks about aspirin alternatives. When aspirin is taken for a long term it causes liver and kidney damage. And it also causes over 15,000 deaths in the U.S.

Please do consult with your doctor and this is not a medical advice but alternatives I would recommend.

Supplements I would recommend:
Cod Liver oil
Vitamin E natural complex
Stinging Nettle root
I also suggest that you are doing Intermittent fasting and keto diet.












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