Frustrated Going to the Doctor?

Frustrated Going to the Doctor?

Frustrated Going to the Doctor?

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so I wanted to bring up a couple points and just discuss what I think is the reason why you’re frustrated going to the doctor this morning I was digging through all my files and I was cleaning out stuff and I’m shooting stuff away and I stumbled on some things I kept I went to pre-med University of Wisconsin Parkside and then I went to Chiropractic College I’m not a medical doctor I didn’t go to medical school but we were taught a tremendous amount of anatomy and physiology and biochemistry so this morning I’m cleaning out my files and I stumbled on some some old little folders that I used to keep and I used to sketch things out in school because so I can visualize it like this right here I was sketching out all the cranial nerves like that’s a work of art right I mean amazing the stuff that we had to learn use the cranial nerve number seven all the different pathways all the different structures here’s a cranial nerve number nine glossopharyngeal and just the detail that you had to know was just crazy here’s another one right here cranial nerve number five actually I was a quite a quite a good artist there but the depth of anatomy physiology that he had to learn was quite crazy I mean here’s the the interim posterior lobe of the pituitary and all the different hormones all the different functions all the different pathways all the different pathologies of different types of cancer and here’s a little chart on class that renal physiology or the study of the kidney and all the different things that you had to know quite extensive but what really hit me this morning when I was talking to my wife about this everything is like classification all these diseases are a classification or labeling these conditions and diseases and of course the anatomy physiology but there’s very little practical application and that means what do you do with all this stuff so I pulled out a medical pathology book just to kind of show you a couple things and I pulled out you know hyperkalemia that means a hyper is high kolima is so the condition of high potassium so just here’s a just an example what I’m talking about so you look at the basics so it talks about how common this condition is the risk factors genetics and then we get etiology which is basically the cause okay of high potassium and it gives you all these potential causes okay then you’re the diagnosis and then you’re the treatment which is the medication now here’s the big problem that I see there is there’s probably about I would say 40 different causes but they don’t teach you the connection between diet they don’t give you the practical knowledge of what you’re going to find when you actually work with a patient they definitely do not connect the food aspects of what that patient is putting in their mouth that could create this problem alright here’s another one hypokalemia that’s low potassium so they talk about how common it is the risk factors the most common causes it says decrease intake a potassium well that’s good that’s good deficient diets being an alcoholic elderly anorexia vomiting diarrhea okay that’s cool kidney problems and then they show you how to diagnose it treatment medication interesting okay let’s see what else they have the prognosis all right here we go the diet in patients with mild hypokalemia that’s low potassium in the blood not caused by bleeding or vomiting dietary supplementation may be sufficient okay potassium rich foods includes oranges bananas cantaloupes prunes raisins dried beans dried apricots in squash well here’s the problem do these they’re recommending the fruits what about leafy greens what about Mikado what about beet tops what about kale what about pistachios these are all much higher in potassium but it doesn’t really tell you what kind of supplementation because the body needs like 4700 milligrams so the problem is they’re recommending some foods that have some potassium but not very very high in fact one banana is 300 milligrams so you need 4700 you’d have to have like I don’t know a lot of bananas right to actually fulfill your need so the big disconnect is practical application how are we gonna use the diet to fix this okay that’s really what’s missing here’s here’s another one cirrhosis of the liver okay so they have a description you know it occurs in 40 and 50 year old people predominantly in males 19th leading cause of death okay that’s all interesting information risk factors genetics etiology okay so this is the cause chronic hepatitis alcohol abuse hepatitis C okay so we have that so the diagnosis physical exam treatment first-line medication Wow okay so let’s keep going here surgery oh they do have complementary and alternative medicine milk thistle that’s good ongoing care they talk about diet a high protein diet may cause more problems but protein restriction is no longer recommended coffee consumption has a graded and inverse association with liver cancer so again they’re not showing you the stuff that’s really really really important like the high levels of insulin in in the blood from a high carbohydrate or a fine carbohydrate diet causing cirrhosis of the liver so they were omitting this really key piece of the puzzle and they don’t mention anything about high fructose corn syrup so this is the disconnect so when someone going through Medical School has to learn all this information okay tremendous amount information there’s not a lot of time to really evaluate and figure this stuff out it’s like let’s pass the test get through it graduate then practice and try to figure it out but you’re coming out of school without the knowledge of the basic foods the basic information and food the correct information on what to eat okay here’s another one anxiety okay so they go into the risk factors it says right here risk factors Caucasian race wow if you’re clonk asian you’re gonna you’re gonna have more anxiety let’s see family history genetics all right etiology neurotransmitter problems okay they have this a lot of associated conditions again this is like they’re not talking about the vital information they’re talking about the trivial information and just like data overload on steroids okay then we get the diagnosis okay so there is no blood test you can do this is all subjective they go into that asking questions physical exam there’s you’re not gonna actually look anything on the some type of diagnostic test it’s all again just by asking them questions all right treatment all right first line is the type of medication and they give you a list of drugs second line is some different medications okay and then let’s see here additional therapies cognitive therapy and then they have at the last thing they have complimentary alternative health yoga meditation kava st. John’s wort okay diet limit caffeine avoid alcohol under differential diagnosis they do have something pretty cool this is nutritional thiamine Bao thiamine deficiency this right here is the most important thing you need to know about anxiety it’s usually a thiamine deficiency from a high carbohydrate diet or high-stress diet because as soon as you give the person I mean and provide that is part of the foods you actually can greatly reduce anxiety and I don’t see anything about the adrenals as well so you know high cortisol levels stress things like that I don’t see anything about sleeping so you can see that this is the frustration that you have because basically in medical school the there’s a big disconnect between what you put in your mouth and how it affects all these different diseases whether it’s cancer anemia or neurological disorders the most important thing a doctor should learn and emphasize is the basic diet all right guys well tell me what you think about this and the comment down below and I’ll see you in the next video if you’re liking this content please subscribe now and I will actually keep you updated on future videos

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In this video, Dr. Berg discussed the reason why you are frustrated with going to the doctor. He has gone through his studies and came up with a conclusion that the big disconnection on a medical school is the practical application related to the basic diet and health conditions. The most important thing a doctor should learn and emphasize is the basic diet.

So I wanted to bring up a couple points and just discuss what I think is the reason why you’re frustrated going to the doctor. This morning I was digging through all my files and I was cleaning out stuff and I’m shooting stuff away and I stumbled on some things I kept, I went to pre-med University of Wisconsin Parkside and then I went to Chiropractic College, I’m not a medical doctor, I didn’t go to the medical school but we were taught a tremendous amount of anatomy and phsyiology and biochemistry, so this morning I’m cleaning out my file and I stumbled on some old little folders that I used to keep and I used to sketch things out in school because so I can visualize it like this right here I was sketching out all the cranial nerves, like that’s a work of art. right? I mean amazing the stuff that we had to learn, use the cranial nerve number seven, all the different pathways, all the different structures. Here’s a cranial nerve number 9, glossopharyngeal and the details that you had to know was just crazy. Here’s another one right here, cranial nerve number 5 – actually I as quit a good artist there. But the depth of anatomy we had to learn was quite crazy. I mean here’s the interior posterior lobe of the pituitary and all the different hormones all the different functions all the different pathways, all the different pathologies of different types of disease and here’s a little chart on class that renal physiology or the study of the kidney and all the different things that you had to know quite extensive but what really hit me this morning when I was talking to my wife about this. Everything is like classification all these diseases are a classification or labeling these conditions and diseases and of course the anatomy physiology but there’s very little practical application and that means what do you do with all this stuff. So I pulled out a medical pathology book just to kind of show you a couple of things and I pulled out hyperkalemia. That means hyper is hig, kalemia is potassium so the condition of high potassium. Here’s just an example of what I’m talking about. So you look at the basics, it talks about how common this condition is, the risk factors, genetics and then we get etiology which is basically the cause of high potassium and it gives you all these potential causes then you have the diagnosis and then you have the treatment which is the medication. Now here’s the big problem that I see, there is probably about I would say, 40 different causes but they don’t teach you the connection between diet. They don’t give you the practical knowledge of what you’re going to find when you actually work with a patient.

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