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Berg here in this video I want to share with you how to handle excess urination at night okay so let me give you a little background first there’s two conditions I’m going to talk about one is diabetes insipidus which is a good type of diabetes which blocks a certain hormone okay which causes you to dump all your fluids so this type of diabetes is a person that’s craving a lot of cold water like ice water they’re just dumping tons of water they’re craving it and it’s going right through so they’re peeing a tremendous amount okay that’s the two big symptoms with this condition right here because that condition blocks a hormone that is controlling the retention of urine or fluid in your body so there’s a hormone called antidiuretic hormone that’s supposed to hold the water and this condition blocks that hormone so you dump all the fluid okay thus the relationship between diabetes and your nation okay there’s another condition called diabetes mellitus different situation that’s a high sugar in the blood okay so high sugar in the blood what happens it spills over into the kidney and into your urine and wherever the sugar goes the water goes so water follows sugar okay so you’re going to pee more with this because you’re going to have more sugar in the year end okay same thing with the if you not a diabetic whatever and you actually crave sugar and you eat sugar you’re going to hold a lot of fluid it’s water retention so just realize that wherever the sugar goes water will go – okay now there’s a whole bunch of pre-diabetic states so I’m not saying that this is just for diabetics there is a gradient scale from hardcore diabetes all over here to a pre-diabetic situation so it happens one step at a time so many people have pre-diabetes and they don’t even know it and it happens gradually over time so there’s a condition called insulin resistance that’s a pre-diabetic State and that’s just a problem with insulin that person is going to eventually turn into a diabetic so there’s an incident issue as well so they’re going to tend to have a problem with fluids in general and I found that if you can correct that pre-diabetic situation you can greatly help someone’s urination problem at night okay so even the derivation of the word diabetes comes from the word that describes urine passing out through a siphon or a tube so it’s basically the word even comes from too much urination just coming out of your body which is interesting okay there are six things you need to do number one cut out the sugar so you have to start reading labels read the labels and if it has even one gram of sugar try to get it to zero grams of sugar or less than one gram that includes cutting out the fruits the juices the alcohol the hidden sugars in the grains like the breads pasta cereal crackers you need to cut that out okay why because that’s going to aggravate the problem with insulin okay so just start cutting it up alright so then number two no snacking between meals why because even if they’re healthy snacking does increase insulin what we want to do is we want to lower the insulin okay because people with a pre-diabetic have a resting insulin of five to seven times greater than a normal person okay no snacking so so if you’re not snacking and you’re hungry you want to jump up to number four which is more fat so you want to add more fat with a meal fat is the only thing that will not trigger insulin too much so it kind of keeps insulin down so you can a breach ease you can have peanut butter avocado olives coconut oil some type of fatty healthy fatty thing that will actually allow you to go longer because if you try to do this on a low-fat diet you’re going to be craving stuff you’re going to be so hungry you’re going to need a snack okay less meals so if you’re not hungry in the morning skip it skip the meal and just do two males one at 12 and when it’s said six six o’clock okay and then use add more fat to adjust that all right next one five more potassium foods that would more large vegetables okay we want big salads you can’t eat the meat with the salad you can have a shake with blended like a kale shake if you want I have videos on that but we need more potassium why because potassium decreases the need for insulin all right and then lastly more B vitamins B vitamins also decrease the need for insulin so actually these two are really important don’t get the synthetic version get some non fortified nutritional yeast from the health of store ok or at amazon.com make sure it’s non fortified take a tablespoon of nutritional yeast it’s going to be very very important to do this so number one cut out the sugar no snacks between meals less meals like two meals maybe three but no snacks between more fat with the meal more potassium foods vegetables avocados more B vitamins okay from nutritional yeast if you did if then average diabetic or pre-diabetic did these things right here you would see huge changes these are the most important things and you just need to try this for like two weeks and prove it to yourself that it’ll work because if you’re not getting up at night urinate urinating just think about what your sleep is going to be like okay and your energy is going to be like getting up every hour and the hour is a is a nightmare and I will guarantee that the people that have your nation problems at night that I mean I’ve seen it so much like and I can guarantee that you’re going to see a 1:1 relationship they have a blood sugar issue they’re always doing something they’re eating eating a little bit too much sugar doing too much alcohol snacking grazing at night have many too many meals the meals are too big sometimes doing low fat they’re not doing enough vegetables okay so I hope that helped and I will see you in the next video
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This problem mostly likely is caused from a blood sugar problem.
Here’s what to do:
1. Cut out all sugars.
2. Cut out all snacks
3. Reduce the frequency of eating to 2-3 meals.
4. Add more fat to go longer without eating. Fat does not raise insulin like sugars and protein.
5. Increase potassium foods – vegetables
6. Increase the B-vitamins from nutritional yeast.
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Dr. Berg, 51 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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