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hey I’m back in this video we’re going to talk about the heart in relationship to nutritional deficiencies one of the problems that you’re running into is when you go to the doctor there’s just not enough attention or importance put on food in the relationship to how it affects the body especially the heart or diet they just don’t put attention on that it’s not emphasized enough but the heart is one of the main muscles of the body that responds to nutrition more than anything else very quickly okay and you can do research on each thing I’m talking about and find a lot of great data but mainly just want to kind of cover some key points here number one arrhythmias that happens when you have a problem with the pacemaker of the heart there’s a part of the heart it’s a neurological thing that keeps the heart and rhythm and it requires electrolytes when there’s not enough electrolytes you can have problems with the pacemaker and have all sorts of issues with extra beats missing beats of beat that’s not an rhythm anymore all sorts of abnormal heart rhythm problems happen in your body like atrial fibrillation for example let’s first start with calcium calcium normally helps you contract muscles okay it’s involved in a lot of things but that would be one thing that it does let’s say for example you have too much calcium or not enough calcium you can have a lot of issues so calcium deficiency can cause tetany that little twitch that happens like maybe right below your left eye like or in your arm that’s a calcium deficiency or if you have too much calcium that can also create a rhythm problem with the heart as well so if you’re missing magnesium for example you could have a leg cramp because magnesium is involved in relaxation of muscle so you have this contraction of the muscle controlled by the calcium and the relaxation of the muscle controlled by magnesium they both work together now if you have this thing in the heart where you have looked up lub-dub you have this contraction and relaxation contraction relaxation and you have the systolic diastolic type pressure too so if you have an imbalance in the systolic and the diastolic it could be a problem with minerals or it could be a problem with vitamin b1 because the autonomic nervous system is that system that regulates the heartbeat unconsciously so it just runs the heartbeat on a certain pattern so it could be a b1 deficiency it could be a problem with calcium another problem with calcium in general is that if you don’t have enough vitamin d3 you don’t get the absorption of calcium too much because vitamin d3 increases the absorption of calcium by 20 times in the small intestine okay now vitamin k2 is very very important to it in making sure you don’t build up too much calcium in the arteries or the other soft tissues like the joints so you need these both together I recommend a ratio of 10,000 IU’s of d3 to 100 micrograms of k2 okay I like the mk7 version that’s the natural version so like if you have a big problem with calcium buts clogging up the arteries and things I would recommend taking these ratios like maybe times for X in a given day if you have a mild problem or you want to maintain it you can just take a like a 10,000 IU’s – 100 microgram ratio now it’s part of the pH goes if your pH is too alkaline you can’t transport calcium too well the calcium doesn’t really move that well so you need a an acidic pH to transport calcium so again even the pH can alter the transportation of minerals the acid level in your stomach controls the absorption of minerals too so that could be another problem there’s another condition where you have nano bacteria nano bacteria is a very small little microbe that lives in a little calcium shell and it can hide out in your heart and your kidney in your mouth and if you look up nano bacteria and plaque in the arteries you’ll find a whole bunch of data okay they’re finding now with these new microscopes that there’s microbes in the calcium and the the probably reason why the calcium is there is one of the reasons is the microbe is attracting the calcium to protect it so it can hide as a stealth mechanism so you can’t find it so in that case you’d want something to dissolve that calcium plaquing like a good key later EDTA is a really good one I highly recommend it because that’s a powerful calcium key later it also pulls out heavy metals it’s great for cardiovascular issues also if you had a stroke and you want to get the arteries cleaned up it’s a really great product well research you can look it up it’s called EDTA but if you dissolve the calcium shell and you want to kill the nano bacteria you want to use things like a regular oil clove things like that that actually are like a natural herbal antibiotic without the side effects now if you’re low on sodium you can feel very very weak okay and if you have too much sodium your blood pressure goes up let’s say you have a lot of refined foods and no vegetables you can have a lot of sodium very low potassium and you’re going to be waterlogged you’re gonna have swelling and edema all over the place so we need some salt but we don’t need like way more than the other mineral called potassium so we need to balance there but here’s the thing if you’re in a low salt diet or if you’re trying to so-called lower your blood pressure and you cut out the salt okay and you’re drinking a lot of water now we dilute that electrolyte and it’s called hyponatremia and now we actually get all sorts of other health problems because we’re becoming more dehydrated by drinking water because we don’t have the electrolytes as a solution what hydrates you is not water it’s fluids you need a combination of water and electrolytes at the same time because when you drink pure water or even distilled water or whatever and you’re peeing out urine the urine has a lot of electrolytes but the water has very few so you create this imbalance if you drink too much water and you don’t have enough sodium just a point to research magnesium is very very important in muscle preventing muscle cramps it’s also important in helping you relax it’s important in key enzymes to help in price 600 different chemical reactions in the body you get a lot of magnesium in chlorophyll which happens to be the green in the plants the vegetables you’re consuming which I’m assuming that you’re consuming at least seven cups a day you’re gonna get enough magnesium from that but also you need the potassium which also comes from the same source a vegetable so if you consume enough vegetables like 7 to 10 cups you’ll get you’ll kill both of these birds with one stone you need a lot more potassium than magnesium though but the problem is you’re going to be worried about getting enough of it because you need 40 700 milligrams that’s a lot you need it for the electrical conductivity of the the nervous system and the muscle so if you’re deficient in this you can definitely have rhythm problems in the heart atrial fibrillation and all sorts of things but most of the potassium is stored inside the cell not outside the cell so when you get your blood tested it’s just normal that doesn’t mean anything because they’re not actually testing interest cellular potassium that’s a special test the point I’m making is just to bring your awareness up of all the different factors so you’re not like worried about it but you’re just eating healthy and and now you know why you should eat healthy because of these reasons you’re preventing a lot of issues not necessarily to test every little thing but just to know the connection your pulse rate can go high if your potassium goes down potassium actually helps lower blood pressure and lower the pulse rate so when you don’t have enough potassium it can go up okay you can have high blood pressure if you’re low on magnesium to insulin resistance as a condition where the cell can’t really absorb the minerals too well anymore and you start developing all sorts of issues within the arteries like damaged artery walls and then comes the calcium you your order gets stiff so you can start developing conditions Harding of the arteries arterial sclerosis things like that and what you have to do is you have to get to the source cut down the carbs don’t eat so frequently I have the videos down below if this is your first video but it’s probably not so you probably know all about it but if you don’t there’s a link down below insulin resistance is like a real big problem people take diuretics for high blood pressure but what happens is that they it pulls out sodium and potassium well we need to keep the potassium one thing you might want to do is it really increase your potassium as a primary way of helping you lower this we a lot of vegetables it may just work okay angina this is a situation when you get the heart that cramps okay you have a heart attack the heart cramps one key vitamin could be responsible and that’s vitamin E vitamin E is very very important in keeping the heart from cramping keeping the oxygen up in the muscle so if you’re deficient in vitamin E the amount of oxygen goes way down in the muscle so it’s very susceptible to getting cramps and so you want to make sure you take a whole food vitamin complex or just consume foods that are high in vitamin E like seeds and nuts and vegetables things like that this is a fat soluble vitamin now so that could be one trigger plaquing usually develops after a lesion or an oxidative problem with the artery wall because the person is consuming too much sugar okay or they get exposed to iron which is like rust and then what happens because sugar or glucose is very similar in the chemistry to vitamin C by the way they’re very similar if there’s glucose in the system it will absorb that and not vitamin C and therefore you’re going to create a deficiency of vitamin C so if given the choice the body will take priority from glucose so now if you don’t have enough vitamin C the antioxidant the protective factor you get oxidation damage to the artery wall and then comes the calcium and then comes the cholesterol as a band-aid to plaque it and you start getting a clogged artery heart attacks for example a lot of times it can occur during stress events because the adrenal triggers them the adrenal hormone called adrenaline which is produced by the inside of the adrenal has one function of vaso dilating the coronary artery that’s the main blood supply to the heart itself okay so if that artery doesn’t they so dilate to get more blood flow let’s say you’re under stress it’s supposed to open up to handle the new blood flow that is happening when you’re being chased by a tiger so you can get out there so you have more blood flow to the heart that are doesn’t open up and it constricts because your adrenals are burnt out boom another heart attack especially if there’s plaquing in there so there’s there’s a lot of crossover here vitamin b1 is really important in preventing the heart from enlarging there’s something called cardiomegaly where the heart enlarges if it doesn’t have enough b1 also the pulse rate will go up if you don’t have b1 a lot of respiratory problems and breathing problems or you don’t have b1 as well but in b2 and b3 and even b6 are also involved in helping the artery vasodilate as well so some of the B vitamins help the arteries constrict and some vasodilate but if you’re deficient of these two you may have more vasoconstriction contributing to this heart attack right here and by the way vitamin b3 which is nice and helps to keep cholesterol in check as well but if you’re doing a lot of sugar in these sugars being converted to cholesterol okay vitamin b3 won’t even touch it okay it won’t even affect it so you really need to clean up the sugar to handle your cholesterol fully alright so I hope I increased your awareness on the relationship between nutrients and heart health thanks for watching so I want to know about what 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Dr. Berg discussed about the heart in relationship to nutritional deficiencies. The heart is one of the main muscles of the body that responds to nutrition very quickly. Arrhythmia is a problem with the pacemaker of the heart, a neurological thing that keeps the heart rhythm requires electrolytes. Not having enough electrolyte would create all sorts of abnormal heart rhythm happen in the body.
Calcium – it helps contract muscles. Calcium deficiency could cause tetany, muscle twitch and too much calcium could create a rhythm problem with the heart. Vitamin D3 increases the absorption of calcium by 20x in the small intestine and Vitamin K2 helps avoid buildup of too much calcium in the arteries or other soft tissues.
Magnesium – Deficient in magnesium could cause leg cramp. Magnesium is involved in relaxation of muscles and it is very important for muscle cramps prevention.
Sodium – low in sodium will cause feeling weak and too much sodium would cause high blood pressure.
Potassium – The body needs 4,700mg of potassium daily. It is needed for the electrical connectivity of the nervous system and the muscles, it also helps lower blood pressure and lower the pulse rate.
Insulin resistance is a condition where the cell can’t absorb the minerals well anymore and it’ll start developing all sorts of issues in the arteries. Plaquing in the arteries develops after a lesion or oxidative problem with the artery wall.
Heart attacks occur during a stress events because the adrenal triggers it. The adrenal hormone called adrenaline has one function of vasodilation the coronary artery, the main blood supply to the heart itself.
Vitamin B1 is really important in preventing the heart from enlarging. Respiratory and breathing problems will occur when you are deficient in vitamin B1. Some of the B vitamins helps the arteries constrict and some helps with vasodilation.
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