What Causes Dry Eyes
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hey guys it’s dr. Berg here in this video we’re going to talk about what’s behind dry eyes so many people have it and they don’t really know what it is and they take these drops I used to have really bad dry eyes in fact I remember driving across the country and I was towing my car in the back because I was moving and basically I’m driving on them drinking all this coffee eating the wrong foods in my eyes start to get really dry to the point where I would close them and get sticky and I couldn’t even see so I pulled off to the road and I got a hotel and I’m like okay good I can relax right so I have my eyes closed I wake up in the morning and I open my eye and I rip my cornea would you believe that and so here I am on a Saturday walking blinded like trying to find an eye doctor on the Saturday morning so I found one and he was he was busy until Monday I had to get home so I basically walked in the back and I said no no excuse me no you have to help me I need to get moving and I have everything packed up so gave me some medication to get to the next the next state when I was going but the point was if I only known back then this simple remedy it would have been solved so dry eyes is a vitamin A deficiency okay now it’s not just a matter of taking a supplement I don’t even recommend taking a vitamin A supplement it’s so easy to get it from the food vitamin A is a fat soluble vitamin okay here’s some foods that vitamin A come in like you have cod liver oil okay butter yeah egg yolk those are really high in vitamin A now I also recommend you get your vitamin A from vegetables but just realize it’s not a true vitamin A it’s a pre vitamin A that then converts to an active form so kale would be really good leafy greens would be really good okay so that all gives you parsley be good so we want to add that into the mix but some people are consuming these products but it’s still not working why because they don’t have the strength of the gallbladder and this is probably more common than the diet when the gallbladder becomes sluggish and you don’t produce enough bile bi le you can’t break down the fat soluble nutrients from the food so you never get the vitamin A so the vision at night is a problem dry skin sinus issue sleep apnea and dry eyes but button skin problems too so vitamin A is absorbed with bile and so if you don’t have enough and your gall bladder sluggish because your diets been bad then that’s probably why you’re deficient in vitamin A okay so what do you do about it well you can start eating better and consistently over a period of time you can also take some bile salts I have something in a gall bladder formula you put a link down there to take and you take one after a meal and what will happen it will give you the bile that you’re missing to put back to start absorbing the fat size of vitamins okay but you’re going to have to also correct your diet you just can’t live off a pill right so those are the two main reason why you have dry eye is either your vitamin E is not coming from the diet or you’re not absorbing the vitamin A because your gall bladder liver of messed up okay so I hope you enjoy this tip and I will see you in the next video
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