The Gallbladder & Vitamin A, D, E  and K2 Connection Part 3 Dr. Eric Berg DC

The Gallbladder & Vitamin A, D, E and K2 Connection Part 3 Dr. Eric Berg DC

The Gallbladder & Vitamin A, D, E and K2 Connection Part 3 Dr. Eric Berg DC

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hey it’s dr. Burke here in this video we’re going to talk about the amazing gall bladder part 3 and part 1 we talked about the function of the gall bladder and it releases vile to help you break down fats in part two we talked about referred pain in all the different pain sources it can go two that are up in the right shoulder blade and neck and area right here and then now in part three we’re going to talk about some additional important functions that you need to know the other thing that I wanted to mention is that one of the triggers for production of bile is to have a very strong acid in your stomach if you know anything about pH when the pH goes down that’s more that’s more acid if it goes up it’s less acid and so if you go from a pH between 1 and 3 that’s like battery acid it’s so strong and that is the acid that you need in your stomach when the acid stress going up to high then like a 4 or 5 you’re not going to be able to release the bile from this and the way that you’re going to know that you lose your stomach acids is the valve on top of the stomach that keeps the acid into the stomach will start opening up they call that GERD so GERD really or acid reflux is low stomach acids not high stomach acids and those low stomach acids are not able to trigger the closure of that valve and that in the ass reflux will splash up into the esophagus so so if you if you have acid reflux or GERD then we know you’re not going to have enough bile okay so that’s just an indication to a clue to be able to kind of think with this system and how it works they’re both connected so you want to understand the whole situation and just in the side note one of the most common reasons why people don’t have enough stomach acid is they’re on low sodium diets so when you or salt diets sodium chloride chloride helps break up to make hydrochloric acid and if you don’t have enough salt like people are having a low salt diet you start your ph becomes more alkaline and you have a lot of digestive problems so that’s as side now okay now if this bile is in sufficient amounts you’ll be able to absorb vitamin A and but if you don’t have enough bile your vitamin A deficiency will well manifest as night blindness can’t see in the dark it’s difficult to see when the headlights are shining in your eye also your skin will be dry you’ll have all sorts of problems with your skin little lose little bumps all over the place and also the lining of your skin on the inside of your sinuses and your throat will be affected so laryngitis sinusitis anything in turn indicate the lining on the inside of your body is controlled by vitamin A so here you are taking all this vitamin A but it’s not working because you don’t have enough bile right you may see because bile is recycled you may not have enough because it’s not being recycled or it’s just not being produced and so I always recommend to take some purified bile salts to be able to see if that helps you and if it does then we know we can start to improve the your own body’s production but it’s a real simple inexpensive way to test to see if that is your problem okay and again I’m not diagnosing any diseases here these this is just stuff to think with so you and your doctor can work together and give them other solutions other than removing this thing okay so we’ve added beneath also if you’re low in vitamin A you’re going to get acne I mean take a look at Accutane what does that contain that’s for acne what is it it’s concentrated vitamin A but it’s in a toxic amount that’s why there’s a lot of side effects so if you have enough vitamin A because you’re not going to bio you’re probably you’re not going to get acne you’re ten vitamin D is vitamin D important oh my goodness vitamin D basically controls the absorption of calcium and so if you can’t absorb calcium you have all sorts of issues calcium is not just bone building but it has to do with muscle and heart contraction it has to do with cellular communication it has to do with improving the immune system it has a lot to do with a lot of different functions because it’s the main mineral that helps communication between the cells it actually carries hormones between cells so vitamin D is very important and so people a lot of times are so low vitamin D levels but it’s not because they’re not consuming food with vitamin D it’s because they don’t have enough power to absorb it yeah so so how do you know if you don’t have enough I’ll we’ll just go to list doing bloating burping belching constipation drive right shoulder pain these are just you know classic symptoms of low bile ok vitamin D now we have vitamin k2 this is a really important vitamin I talked about in some of the other videos but vitamin k2 is different than vitamin k1 vitamin k2 is a calcium transporter it basically keeps the calcium out of the soft tissues now if you look at a lot of health conditions whether you’re getting older and you’re getting stiffer you’re getting arthritis hardening of the arteries it’s going to cause high blood pressure strokes because there’s calcium plaquing in the brain cataracts on the eye that’s calcium in the eye kidney stones gall stones spurring all this extra calcium in the soft tissues that is because you don’t have enough vitamin K that’s why and so if you’re taking vitamin K and you don’t see improvement in this calcium issue issue it’s because you probably don’t have enough bio so you have to think of the things the cascade effect that can happen you have to think backwards and see what’s before vitamin K to vitamin k2 is in all the grass fed animal products like grass-fed butter grass-fed beef you know that type of thing it’s in a lot of the things that people are telling you to avoid they say avoid fat we you need vitamin k2 I take it as a supplement because I I have a lot of soft tissue calcium because of my old injuries and the spurring in my back that I had so I’m using that to help clean that up the k2 is really important in a lot of conditions especially if your body’s getting stiff and it’s turning into a stone but again we want to make sure we have enough oil so soft tissue calcium issues can be caused by lack of bile all right so that’s part three I’ll see you in a part 4

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Dr. Berg talks about the gallbladder anatomy and gallbladder function. The normal stomach acid should be at a pH of 1-3. This is essential for the stomach to release bile. Bile helps to absorb minerals and vitamins from the foods that we eat. If the acid in the stomach is low, you can get GERD or acid reflux. Low sodium diets can cause acid reflux.

Dr. Berg explains about the different vitamins and their importance, such as low Vitamin A can cause night blindness, dry skin, dry throat, acne. Vitamin D controls the absorption of calcium which helps in bone and muscle contraction, cellular communication, improves immune system. Vitamin K2 is a calcium transporter and keeps calcium out of soft tissues. Low Vitamin K2 can cause arthritis, strokes, cataracts, gallstones.

The lack of stomach acids can cause a deficiency of bile. So the stomach controls the release of bile. With gallbladder problems, you can have a deficiency of vitamin A, D, E and K1 and K2. This could trigger soft tissue calcium.

This is the third video which talks about the gallbladder and its relationship with vitamins and minerals absorption. To know more about the gallbladder, watch out the other videos in this series.

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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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