How to Find the Perfect Diet For You (Dr. Berg recommendations)

How to Find the Perfect Diet For You (Dr. Berg recommendations)

How to Find the Perfect Diet For You (Dr. Berg recommendations)

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hey it’s me again in this video I want to clarify a lot of the confusions that are on this one topic called diets people that come in my office all day long they don’t know what to do someone told me this and someone else told them to eat the opposite food so there is a massive confusion going on I’m going to sort that out and the question is why should you even listen to me well there is a difference between a clinical practitioner someone in the field day in and day out for a long time and working on thousands tens of thousands of people that’s me and a clinical researcher who’s actually in a lab who researches research that looks at published research but never really worked with a person before so you really want to look at the source of who’s advising you or maybe was like one person who has a success story with weight loss and they wrote a book about it right so I will say that there’s a lot of different bodies out there a lot of different situations you can’t fit every single person into one mold you have to adapt another thing about me that I think it’s a plus point is that I am very willing to be wrong and to I’m interested in just success so I’m very flexible in my thinking that’s why I’ve updated a lot of the information in my books over the years and I keep changing things to adapt with what I’m seeing out there okay so with that said let’s go into some of the data anytime you’re evaluating data you have to compare it to something to figure it out so let’s say blood pressure you have to know what normal is right 120 over 80 so then you can compare if yours is high or low or let’s say your temperature is 98.6 well that’s normal so you have to compare it to normal or with a diet we have to compare it to something to be able to evaluate this to have a reference point so I think the best way to evaluate the correct diet for you would be to look at the very definition of the word food and that comes from a derivation which means nutrients so we eat to get nutrients that’s why we eat so if you are doing a diet that provides the nutrients that you need that would be a very good diet so if you’re eating things that don’t provide nutrients that would be a very bad diet so now the question is what diet would give you the most nutrients okay so now let’s just take a vegetarian okay or vegan whatever someone who eats a lot of greens and things and they don’t eat animal products and that’s like dr. Fuhrman for example recommends a lot of greens right and apparently he says well it’s really healthy and it’s gonna help you lose weight it’s gonna have your cholesterol your heart where he’s getting great results but here’s the here’s some data that you might need to evaluate when we take and I’ve been pushing kale for many years and Cal is very healthy it has about thirty five thousand international units of vitamin A per cup so you say wow that just handled my vitamin A but with vegetables all the fat side vitamins vitamin A D and K those are all pre vitamins in vegetables in other words they’re not the active form so really you’re only getting 4% if you’re lucky a vitamin A because your body has to convert it so being a vegetarian without meat gives you a problem with the fat soluble vitamins okay so that’s just the fact so our body’s the active form of vitamin a comes in grass-fed butter it comes in cod liver oil and animal products so vegetable doesn’t give you that vegetables give you tons of vitamins other vitamins and tons of minerals folate for example and potassium and magnesium all these minerals so we need vegetables for sure but it doesn’t give you all of the vitamins okay so that’s one thing so again I’m comparing everything to that derivation of the word food how do you get all your nutrients right now one essential nutrient is amino acids and that comes from protein so being a vegetarian you look at the different foods and it is possible to get your amino acids from vegetables or beans or nuts but it’s not easy to do so you really have to know what you’re doing so I’m not saying it’s not possible it’s just more difficult but here’s the thing I’ve had people become vegetarian and all of a sudden they start showing signs of protein deficiencies you know their teeth start getting loose or their hair falls it falls out and then I have other people that become a vegetarian and and they their get their hair back so again it’s whatever the person is missing so I’m not against anyone diet as long as it follows the definition of the word food and you’re getting your nutrients okay so some people might do very well on a vegetarian diet and others might do very poorly personally I was a vegetarian when I was in my 20s and I did not do well on that at all I was always starving and I needed some animal protein so again the real simple version of this is rather than trying to believe someone’s theory even my theory go ahead and try for yourself go ahead and try a diet try different ones and see what you feel best on let’s see what gives you buy the most weight loss let’s see what gives you the most health benefits I mean that’s a simple way to do it so you might want to try you know not eating any animal products for a while or even eating them see how you feel again and do what makes sense there’s doctors out there now that are recommending starches are okay potatoes so it’s really needy potatoes I’m like really okay try to lose weight by eating potatoes so I’m not saying don’t do it but you want to prove it to yourself then you actually know the truth of it rather than believe the theory it’s almost everyday that someone emails me and says dr. Berg um I heard that’s this other person said something that conflicts you with your information I says well why don’t you go ahead and try it and see how you respond okay the advantage I have is I just tested so many of these things on people for so long I can kind of narrow it down for you to tell you what works on the people if you’re in a diabetic for example and you’re trying to be a vegetarian it I will say it is difficult because of the breakdown a protein is so fast in your body called catabolic effect on the muscle protein it’s very difficult to retain that protein so you see people with atrophy or if you have a female that’s going through menopause and you take of the protein away they can lose a lot of amino acids so there’s multiple causes to different body types whether it’s hormonal or maybe you have a weakness with genetic whatever but the point is that you want to be very flexible and not put everyone into one bucket okay let’s take a little carb diet our old low-carb diet is good well there’s a confusion on that because what’s low-carb to some people might be a high carb to others the problem with low carb is that it’s a good thing but what carbon they talked about I talked about vegetables to talk about sweets to talk about fruit if you take someone that has a very bad poor metabolism and you put them on a low carb it might not be enough of the lowering effect to really help them lose weight for example a paleo diet is a very healthy thing that I think I like paleo and that’s good for someone unless they have a very slow metabolism because they allow you to do some fruits which is just enough carbohydrate to bump you out of fat-burning I have people that you know if they could just do a version of paleo and knock out the fruit they can be very successful with their weight so again low-carb might also include fruit so we don’t want to do that or low-carb might include maple syrup or just a small amount of sugars which is not good for someone trying to lose weight so you really have to understand that and then we have the low fat right low fat diets we already know that theory has been completely utterly destroyed over the years because again if we if we compare it to food were you getting your fat soluble vitamins vitamin A D and K from the fats from the animal fats you need some fat not a lot but some but then you might have a high-protein diet which like Atkins which is like a lot of fat and protein but he doesn’t emphasize the vegetable to give you all the vitamins and minerals okay so we have a lot of excess of one type of amino acid but not everything else so that can throw your body out of balance too so but some people thrive on that eating plan some people don’t depending on how they’re able to retain certain nutrients or absorb them so that’s kind of my point and then you have people that are on ketosis well that’s a lot more fat well if you have a good gallbladder and you’re also having a lot of vegetables and your metabolism isn’t too bad you can lose some serious weight with that eating plan but again the fat that you’re burning may be the dietary fat to some degree and not your own fat so if you’re not losing weight with that you might not be able to tolerate as much fat as other people that are have a better metabolism and and then one last thing I want to mention and I’m going to use a patient that came in to me yesterday classic example she’s on a so-called diet she’s losing weight like crazy but she’s completely exhausted her heart rate is pounding out of her chest it went way up above it at 110 resting 110 to be 70 when she stands up her blood pressure goes down she gets dizzy what’s happening with her she’s on a 500 calorie diet well first of all she’s depriving herself not of calories but of nutrients she’s severely low in electrolytes that feed the heart so I recommended certain electrolytes because that diet is very unhealthy because it doesn’t fit the definition of food which is that which nourishes the body which provides energy and repair of tissues she’s depriving the body of nutrients okay so I just wanted to create this video to give you a little insight on what my viewpoint on diets are and when you listen to a theory and you’re now more confused the only way you’re ever going to figure this out is to try it and see if it works for you and if it does great then that’s true for you if it doesn’t then you’re going to have to find something that does work all right I’ll see you the next video

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Dr. Berg discusses about healthy diet and how to ensure eating healthy to stay fit. He starts with focussing on diet plans and to know the body of a person. We eat food to get the nutrients that are body requires to function correctly. Vegetables are a rich source of Vitamins and Minerals. As there is no the perfect diet, you should follow a healthy diet plan and compare the results to see for yourself what works the best in your case ad that will be the perfect health diet for you.

Dr. Berg talks about the different healthy food diets and compares them to the derivation of food – nutrients. He gives an insight about healthy eating and the way to choose a diet plan that suits your body.

Dr. Eric Berg DC Bio:
Dr. Berg, 50 years of age is a chiropractor who specializes in weight loss through nutritional and natural methods. His private practice is located in Alexandria, Virginia. His clients include senior officials in the U.S. government and the Justice Department, ambassadors, medical doctors, high-level executives of prominent corporations, scientists, engineers, professors, and other clients from all walks of life. He is the author of The 7 Principles of Fat Burning, published by KB Publishing in January 2011. Dr. Berg trains chiropractors, physicians and allied healthcare practitioners in his methods, and to date he has trained over 2,500 healthcare professionals. He has been an active member of the Endocrinology Society, and has worked as a past part-time adjunct professor at Howard University.

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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. 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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