The 4 Electrolytes and their Symptoms When Losing Weight

The 4 Electrolytes and their Symptoms When Losing Weight

The 4 Electrolytes and their Symptoms When Losing Weight

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so a lot of the times when you’re trying to lose weight on a special eating plan you can have deficiencies that occur due to rapid weight loss because some of that could be water loss and with that becomes electrolytes so I want to kind of tell you the four main electrolyte symptoms that you could have and we’re going to debug it okay and rather than tell you the symptoms I’m going to tell you the four elements and then the symptoms that could be created in some of these overlap so you just need to understand them if the person has low calcium they will typically get cramps in their calves legs and feet they will also get irritable all right so they can be irritable and get twitching they call that tetany where you’re getting a little twitching like that chronic cough that’s a calcium deficiency and even depression and sleeping problems but realize that it could also not necessarily be a lack of calcium it could be that your ph your Outland acid levels are off too because if the body is more alkaline from drinking more alkaline water or having digestive problems or acid reflux or all those things that which create an alkaline body or adrenal issues which create an alkyl body you can’t absorb the calcium the calcium plugs everything up and be sure it’s low in the tissue but it’s high stuck around the joints in the arteries so that’s that’s just kind of the deeper reason why you couldn’t absorb calcium but also if your your gall bladder your digestion is not right or constipation you can’t pull in the calcium calcium is transported with the fats I love vitamins vitamin d3 and k2 so that could be another reason why the calcium is low and that would explain why people take the calcium don’t feel any better okay number two low magnesium weak muscles so you feel weaker heavier when you’re walking hyper irritability irregular heartbeat a heart your heart palpitates heart palpates so a lot of times when you take calcium it’s automatically coming with magnesium like a Cal mag or calcium magnesium supplement that’s totally fine just make sure that you never take calcium carbonate that’s bad so that’s magnesium which could also affect your sleep hello potassium potassium fatigue brain fog like tired in the head so here you start the weight loss program and you get tired in your head well you need potassium where does it come from huge amounts of salads that you’re probably not eating not bananas bananas don’t have enough potassium cramping that could also be in the calves or in the feet constipation if you’re actually doing an eating plan and then you basically start getting constipated then you would better add potassium feeling nauseated sugar cravings those are all symptoms of a potassium deficiency low sodium well let me come back to this potassium if you go to the doctor and get your potassium tracked and it shows normal that doesn’t really mean anything ninety-eight percent of all your potassium is inside the cell not in the blood so you would have to deplete a lot of potassium for it to show up in the blood so you can’t always go up by blood low sodium when the sodium is what people are afraid of and they’re worried about an avoiding and salt but if you’re low in sodium you will get headaches fatigue appetite loss nausea fuzzy thinking so it’s not a bad thing to take more sodium if you have those things so I found – it could be brain fog or fuzziness in the head or tightness in the head so if some of these cross over then go ahead and take all of them but I like that you could take these as a supplement but also you can take more vegetables sea salt and this basically these magnesium is in the grid leafy greens and calcium is in the dairy like the cheese type products okay so hope that helps but that’s the debug for the electrolytes

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Dr. Berg talks about the challenges that come when trying to lose weight. He demonstrates the 4 major symptoms a person could have and how to deal with them. They can be low calcium (which can cause cramps, irritability, chronic cough, depression), low magnesium (weak muscles, hyper irritability, irregular heart beat), low potassium (fatigue, cramps, constipation, nausea, sugar craving), low sodium (headache, fatigue, loss of appetite, nausea, fuzzy thinking).
This video will teach you the 4 main electrolytes and their symptoms, especially when losing weight. Many people lose fluid first AND with that comes electrolytes. It is also important to differentiate between each because some of the symptoms are similar. Calcium, magnesium, potassium and sodium make up the 4 electrolytes.

This video will teach you the 4 main electrolytes and their symptoms, especially when losing weight. Many people lose fluid first AND with that comes electrolytes. It is also important to differentiate between each because some of the symptoms are similar. Calcium, magnesium, potassium and sodium make up the 4 electrolytes.

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Dr. Berg, 50 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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