Pooping Less & Constipated Yet Eating More Fiber?

Pooping Less & Constipated Yet Eating More Fiber?

Pooping Less & Constipated Yet Eating More Fiber?

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hey guys dr. Berg here in this short video we’re going to talk about why people eliminate less by eating more fiber you’ve heard it people say you need to eat more fiber and it’s going to help you eliminate but a lot of times it doesn’t work so let’s talk about why that is so this whole idea of fiber creating bulk absorbing water to make you eliminate more you realize that the people with chronic constipation consume the same amount of fiber as people who don’t have constipation yeah so that’s interesting people with chronic constipation get more constipated when they add more fiber there’s a there’s also a small amount of clients that I have where I put them on seven to ten cups of vegetables and they get completely constipated so there are certain people that just don’t have the microbes to digest all that fiber well first thing you need to know is that you want to consume your fiber from vegetables and possibly even fruit if you’re not trying to lose weight okay now let’s say you’re really constipated and you do have a weight problem and you’ve tried everything well I’m okay with you doing fruit because there are certain types of fibers in the fruit that do create elimination like prunes for example so I have no problem with that because it’s much more important to eliminate than to be constipated especially if you’re trying to lose weight okay but here’s the thing if you consume all your fiber from fruit and by the way the recommended amount of fiber that even the USDA is recommending is 35 grams of fiber per day if you do that from fruit that’s 143 grams of sugar that’s 10 teaspoons of sugar every single day well that’s actually probably even better than the average American who consumes 31 teaspoons of sugar every single day but still that’s way too much sugar so you don’t want to do all route you want to do mainly vegetable in fact try not to do any fruit if you don’t have to but vegetable is the best fiber now I consume at least probably 10 to 15 cups of vegetables a day but I’ve been doing it for a long time so my system can process these fibers so you might want to start off small and gradually increase but if you below especially kale then you better back off and try something else because it’s way more important to not bloat then to consume kale okay and the other thing is that if you’re drinking a lot of water if you’re drinking too much water which by the way will dehydrate your stool and the reason for that is that plain water will flush out sometimes potassium and other electrolytes that you need to actually hydrate the colon so I have people that are constipated and they had really Drive stool and they’re drinking like a gallon of water a day so we cut that back put some electrolytes in and bam they’re actually eliminating one of the most important minerals for called peristalsis which is the pumping action of the colon is potassium so potassium is important especially if you want to get it from a less n type of electrolyte powder that will also help you as well because that will also stimulate part of the nervous system that helps release this waste materials called the parasympathetic nervous system and that actually is kind of the opposite of the sympathetic or the flooded fight and that’s why it you have to be really stress free and relaxed to eliminate when you’re stressed out there’s a reflex that just turns off the digestive system so anyway I want to make a point in fiber so go ahead and apply this information and I will see you in the next video

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Dr. Berg talks about the relationship between fiber and constipation. Some people do need some fiber from fruit, however, fruit contains sugar, so it’s best to do this from vegetables. However, if you’re not used to consuming large quantities of vegetables, then start small and gradually increase.

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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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