Key Foods on a Ketogenic Diet

Key Foods on a Ketogenic Diet

Key Foods on a Ketogenic Diet

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hey guys listen we’re going to talk about the key foods on a ketogenic diet okay and those relate to key nutrients that you would need to consume now let’s start with vitamin C why do you invite him in see on a ketogenic diet because we want to repair all the damage from the high levels of sugar and high levels of insulin which by the way had to do with the vision and the arteries and the kidney and the nervous system vitamin C is necessary for that it’s also necessary to heal insulin resistance now a lot of vitamin C is in the vegetables but people think that they’re going to consume lemon juice from a bottle and pour it in the water and get all the vitamin C but that’s not true because all the vitamin C that you buy on the shelf is all pasteurized it’s cooked it’s heated so you don’t have any more vitamin C left so if you’re taking an actual lemon and juicing that you’re getting some vitamin C but not from the bottle now the advantage of consuming lemon juice would be to counteract some of the stones that could be developing on a ketogenic plan but not necessarily vitamin C okay bell peppers are loaded with vitamin C especially the green bell pepper okay all the peppers have a good amount about even saying that bell pepper is pretty darn high so that would be a really good thing to consume sauerkraut is another food that’s real loaded with vitamin C so every day if you had just a half a cup that would give you way more than you would need okay but some people don’t like sauerkraut so go with the bell peppers omega-3 fatty acids salmon make sure it’s wild-caught and fatty fish okay loaded with omega-3 we want to make sure this is very very high okay then we have vitamin b1 and also other B vitamins but b1 is the most important this is really important because the need for B vitamin goes up when you get into ketosis so sunflower seeds are have a good amount of b1 and they have other B vitamins as well believe it or not pork has a good amount of b1 some people don’t like pork that’s fine I have the high quality non-processed no sugar bacon so I consume that some people don’t like it that’s fine you don’t have to do that nutritional yeast is another that’s loaded with the b-vitamins okay then we get to potassium magnesium these are really important on a ketogenic diet the way you get that is large quantities of vegetable seven to ten cups a lot of people don’t like consuming their vegetables you’re gonna have to bite the bullet and do that potassium is necessary to heal insulin resistance and it’s involved in a lot of other things magnesium is also at the heart of insulin resistance as well as it’s actually in chlorophyll so anything green like leafy greens and avocados and dark leafy green vegetables you’re gonna get enough potassium so green vegetables avocados beet tops have the most potassium of anything I think it’s per cup it’s like 13 hundred milligrams it’s off the charts and then avocados are also loaded with it as well so we need large quantities of these vegetables to get the nutrients okay and then we have iodine so this is another trace mineral that’s actually hard to get unless you’re consuming seafood unless you’re doing sea kelp an iodine is really important for females with glandular tissue with uterus with thyroid with the balance estrogen very very important okay and then we have iron red meat okay or organ meat very important in fortifying your blood so you can have endurance okay then we have phytonutrients what are phytonutrients it’s those plant-based chemicals that give you additional health benefits that go way beyond just vitamins and minerals and trace minerals and amino acids and fatty acids so if either nutrients are anti-cancer anti astringent so they’re really good to clean the body and protect yourselves against all sorts of damage from the environment and to get these you would want to consume sprouts sprouts certain sprouts like broccoli sprouts have about 50 times more thought of nutrients and even just regular adult vegetables so the combination of vegetables and sprouts you’re going to be totally fine but we wanted to include that just to you know as part of your health creating eating plan alright thanks for watching hey guys I wanted to personally invite you to a new Facebook group that I just started called dr. Berg’s Kido and in a minute fasting lab okay so I created this so we can share our successful actions what worked what didn’t work your results so I put a link down below so go ahead and sign up and I’ll see you inside

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Dr. Berg talks about the key foods on a ketogenic diet. We want to base this around nutrients. Vitamin C is one, so consume bell peppers, sauerkraut and lots of vegetables. Omega 3s from wild caught salmon and fatty fish is good. Then you have vitamin B1 from sunflower seeds, nutritional yeast. Potassium and magnesium can be gotten from 7-10 cups of vegetables. Iodine is key and gotten from seafood and sea kelp. Iron is also important – get them from red meat or even organ meats. Phytopnutrients from sprouts and cruciferous are important from a health standpoint and cleaning up all the chemicals in our environment.

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Dr. Berg, 52 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 New Body Type Guides, published by KB Publishing in January 2017. 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 a past member of the Endocrinology Society, and has taught students as an adjunct professor at Howard University.


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