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hey guys welcome back I wanted to do a video on the difference between not losing weight versus slow weight loss and the reason is if a lot of times we’ll have people that will contact me and they’re saying I’m not losing weight okay then I find out they are losing weight but it’s just incredibly slow so there’s a huge difference between not losing any weight at all and losing some weight okay I mean the actions that you would do if you weren’t losing weight are going to be completely different than what you would do if you have slow waitlist so let’s take a look at that you put someone on the right program and by the way I always want to make sure that the data that someone’s giving me is correct so sometimes if they tell me I’m eating perfectly right and I don’t actually find out what they’re eating I could find out it’s not perfect and that has happened so many times also you could have someone that is possibly cheating and they’re not telling you that’s a possibility so those things you want to rule out but the point is if they did everything right is they’re not losing weight then you have to make a huge change okay there’s some seriously something stuck in their body it could be with the thyroid it could be with the adrenal could be with a kidney and that were just requires more data more testing I need to dig deep and find out what is behind that okay so that’s if you’re not losing anything if you’re having slow weight loss it’s like molasses you’re losing some but it’s too gradual you don’t want to make a huge change all you want to do is strengthen the successful actions okay so that’s very different because if I make so many changes right here all of a sudden can turn from here to here so so we want to look at the quality in the quantity of the food so we look at the quality of the protein are there doing soy protein isolates are they doing too much protein powder is it low-fat protein powder that actually raises insulin or what about the quality of the fat are they doing corn oil or or soy oil really bad quality are they doing low quality carbohydrates are they doing sports drinks so they’re doing just pure sugar with fine carbohydrates like refined breads and things like so we look at the quality and then look at the quantity the protein is it too high is it between three to six ounces what about the fats is it too low or maybe too high sometimes they can’t they’re not used to digesting all the fat and maybe maybe the meal is so large and a metallus is so small we have to adjust that some people unfortunately have such a damaged metabolism they need to have smaller meals or less frequent meals okay just because everything is molasses I’ll get to that in a second so the quality and quantity of these proteins carbohydrates and fats are vital and then we look at the frequency of eating now are they doing six meals a day or right there I’m going to put them to three meals a day because six meals a day is a lot of insulin every time you ease by Gainsville insulin or maybe they’re at three maybe I need to push them down to two meals a day okay without any like intermittent fasting in between no anything between the nails a lot of people are very successful with that but there’s a small group of people that just have a very very slow metabolism that I have to put on one meal a day now you might say that’s starvation but it’s not because they’re having a very large meal all the nutrients but their system is so slow that they can run efficiently or should I say their system is so efficient they can run on very small amounts of food because it’s such a slow machine so on some people we have to do that and they eventually lose weight because the mint because the system has been damaged over their life specially if they’ve been dieting as a kid or you know ever since like like sometimes even parents put the kids on a diet when they’re four or five years old well that’s going to really mess up things later in life okay now the other thing we look at if it’s slow is there other body problems the quality of sleep is there bladder waking them up it’s a hot flashes is it sinus like sleep apnea do they have those issues because it’s not sleeping that’s going to make it slow I look at digestion are they constipated do they have heartburn they have ulcers all that is just a symptom that there is a digestive issue I mean I’ll even put people on a good probiotic and all of a sudden they start losing weight or what about their menstrual cycle the menstrual cycle being too heavy that indicate too much estrogen and that right there can stop the weight loss too much estrogen but I don’t ever support the weight loss directly with a pill or a nutrient because that doesn’t work there’s so many pills out so that people use that say oh yeah take this weight-loss pill that doesn’t work because the weight is always a symptom of something else so we know most of the way problems are related to insulin and insulin resistance so if you support that problem you’ll be way more successful the really the only weight loss pill that I use is something called insulin and glucose support which is I’ll put a link down there if you want more information but it supports insulin directly it lowers insulin and that actually helps because in the presence of insulin you’re not going to lose weight and some people even our pre-diabetic or diabetic they lose weight but they still have a little insulin problem they need some support that’s when I would use some nutrition with that okay so I just wanted to differentiate no weight loss or slow waves weight loss what category are you in and things that you can do to speed things up thanks for watching hey if you’re enjoying my videos press the subscribe button below and I will keep you updated on the future event thank you so much
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Dr. Berg talks about the difference between
Not losing weight versus
Slow weight loss.
If you have a stubborn metabolism or belly fat and you are losing weight but its just too slow, the tips you would do are different than if you are not losing weight at all. No weight loss equals serious problem deeper and we need testing for this, maybe the thyroid, adrenal, kidney or some other deep problem.
If you dieted for years and destroyed your metabolism, then it will be slow. We need to look at the quality and quantity of your calories of proteins, fats and carbs.
NOT LOSING WEIGHT
-you need a huge change
-check thyroid, adrenal or kidney
SLOW WEIGHT LOSS
-strengthen your successful actions. Look at the quality of food for protein, fats and carbs. Then look at the quantity of fats, protein or carbohydrates.
Then look at the frequency of meals. We need to bring it down to 3 or 2 or even 1 meal per day for some people. Six meals a day would spike insulin.
-then we check the sleep (sleep apnea, hot flashes or the cycle – too much estrogen), digestion (constipation, ulcers or GERD) or inflammation.
-instead of taking a pill for weight loss, support the deeper reason like insulin.
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