Preventing a Fatty Liver as You Lose Weight

Preventing a Fatty Liver as You Lose Weight

Preventing a Fatty Liver as You Lose Weight

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Hey guys, this is Dr. Berg here. In this video, I’m going to show you how to
prevent a fatty liver, when you try to lose weight on your diet. Okay? I’m going to use this little book to show
you a reference, a textbook on Medical Physiology. This is the Bible of medical physiology. This is very interesting. I found this quote here, and let me read this
to you. “Effect of Insulin Lack on Causing a Fatty
Liver. Strange as it may seem, though insulin lack
causes dissolution, which is the breaking down of something, of the fat stores and adipose
tissue, it causes a great increase in the amount of stored triglycerides in the liver,
leading to a very fatty liver.” Wow. What does that mean? That means that when you lower your insulin
and you start burning a lot of fat, you’re at risk of making your liver fatty, because
all that fat has to go through the body. But there’s two things that I want to talk
about. What happens, you go on a eating plan and
you’re lowering insulin. Okay? If you watch some my other videos on insulin,
we want to lower that thing down, way down there, so that’s avoiding the sugars. We want to avoid eating so many meals and
grazing and snacking and all that. So cause this fat cell to dissolve and then
the fat goes to your blood and ends up in the liver. Okay? There’s two things you’re going to do to prevent
this from happening. Number one. You have to, there’s no way around it. You have to keep the vegetables in your diet
high. That’s why I always recommend at least minimally
every single day seven cups of vegetables. Because even the Atkins diet, they don’t emphasize. It’s all this high protein, but then they
don’t emphasize the vegetable. And some other diets don’t even recommend
vegetables. They keep it low like ideal protein. Well, what’s going to happen, you’re going
to end up with the fatty liver, because we need the vegetable to clean that liver, to
pose all the fats that’s coming out of you. So we want vegetable. We don’t want corn. We want leafy greens. Okay? Not just from a powder, but actual salads
and vegetables, so you’re going to have to figure that out. Now you could drink your salad and a cow shake
if you want, but we need the vegetable. Okay? That’s number one. Number two. Apple cider vinegar. What’s an apple cider vinegar? Apple cider vinegar is really, really, really
good for the liver and they help dissolve the fatty liver and clean it up. There are other supplements that you can take
like choline, for example, that also are good for fatty liver, and that’s a type of B vitamin. Believe it or not, guess what food has the
highest choline? Egg yolks. Interesting, right? Lecithin is another thing you consume to dissolve
the fatty liver. Guess what have as high lecithin? Egg yolks, so egg yolk is actually a really
good thing to consume, because what’ll happen if you do that, your body will then make less
cholesterol because there’s cholesterol in the egg yolk. Your liver makes about 2,000 milligrams a
day. If you eat a little bit more egg, your body
just makes less, so egg yolks are totally okay. We want vegetable, we want egg yolks, and
we definitely want apple cider vinegar. Two tablespoons in a glass of water three
times a day. Okay? That’s just an important tip as you do your
program to prevent a fatty liver. Also, how do you know if you have a fatty
liver? Well, if your belly is big you have a fatty
liver. Okay? But if you want to prevent a fatty liver,
go ahead and keep the vegetables in it all the time. All right? See the next video.

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