The Ketogenic Diet & Kidney Disease

The Ketogenic Diet & Kidney Disease

The Ketogenic Diet & Kidney Disease

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I had another question relating to does keto cause kidney disease okay I just want to do a video just on this one topic because his absolutely ridiculous number one ketogenic diet is a very natural thing for the body to do in fact I believe it was the first diet that we all were on and our bodies are very very used to it it’s a much better fuel running your body on ketones and the confusion is that a ketogenic diet is a high-protein diet and of course high proteins can damage the kidney and the liver as well but it’s not a high protein diet you’re only doing three to six ounces of protein with each meal that is not very high the ketogenic diet is a low carb diet and low carbs are beneficial to the kidney high carbohydrates are very damaging to the kidney high sugars are very damaging to the kidney let’s take a look at a diabetic they usually have vision problems nerve problems and eventually kidney problems they usually end up on kidney dialysis because that – sugar it’s very damaging to the kidneys so high carbohydrates destroy the kidney low carbohydrates are very safe on the kidney now there is a condition when you have diabetes called ketoacidosis okay and that means that the pH coming from those ketones and this is very unhealthy ketosis by the way it’s completely different than the type of ketosis that I’m talking about it’s more of a side effect because the body is burning up protein and it’s turning into ketones and the pH is becoming very very very acid but you don’t don’t worry about that because when you’re actively doing ketosis just by cutting out the carbs and you’re not a diabetic type 1 we’re gonna recommend and I’ve been recommending a lot of vegetables to get your potassium and potassium is very protective on the kidneys until you have complete kidney failure and you’re on kidney dialysis and in that situation you don’t want to consume a lot of protein because you can’t really utilize that protein that’s completely different situation but in general potassium is very protective on the kidney and that is why we recommend 7 to 10 cups of vegetables with the keto plan to protect the kidney and give it the nutrients that it needs and another problem with Kido is that it can increase the uric acid well it’s not going to do that if you keep your vegetables high but some people can get uric acid stones or gout simply because they’re not consuming enough vegetables okay so we’re not gonna have to worry about that but recently there’s been higher incidence of kidney disease actually around the world and of an unknown origin and really I believe and it’s my opinion that it’s the GM o foods I put a link down below just to show you the relationship between glyphosate and what it’s doing to our kidneys because your body has to get rid of this stuff not to mention the liver so if you want to protect a kidney you know keto is going to be totally a good thing to do number two you want to do intermittent fasting in me3 you want to keep the vegetables high and lastly you want to avoid GMO foods with that glyphosate because it’s a big unknown now and you just don’t want to be the guinea pig in this huge GMO experiment they’re doing on us right now alright thanks for watching hey tell me what you think about this video go ahead and comment below and give me your feedback

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Dr. Berg talks about ketogenic diet and kidney disease. A ketogenic diet is not a high protein diet, it’s only consuming 3-6 oz of protein with each meal. There is a condition called ketoacidosis, which is different that nutritional ketosis, and your pH does not raise to any danger levels. Keto can also increase the uric acid, but if you consume enough vegetables, again, you will be fine. The potassium in vegetables is very kidney protective. But high sugar, and high insulin is damaging to the kidney more than anything else. Take a look at a diabetic – they usually end up with long term kidney damage. GMO foods can also effect the kidney, so eat organic.

I had another question relating to does ketogenic diet cause kidney disease. Number 1, ketogenic diet is a very natural thing for the body to do. In fact I believe that is was the very first diet that we all were on and our bodies are very used to it. It is a much better fuel running your body on ketones. And the confusion is that a ketogenic diet is a high protein diet and of course high proteins can damage the kidney and the liver as well but it is not but it is not a high protein diet and you are only doing 3 to 6 ounces of protein with each meal. The ketogenic diet is a low carb diet and low carbs are very beneficial to the kidney. High carbohydrates and high sugars are very damaging to the kidney. Let’s take a look at the diabetic, they usually have vision problems, nerve problems and eventually kidney problems and they usually end up kidney dialysis because that amount of sugar is very damaging to the kidneys. High carbohydrates destroy the kidney and low carbohydrates are very safe for the kidney. There is a condition when you have diabetes called ketoacidosis and that means that the pH coming from those ketones and this is from the very unhealthy ketosis by the way. It is very different on the type of ketosis I’m talking about. It is more of a side effect because the body is burning up protein and is turning on ketones and the pH is coming very acid. But you don’t have to worry about that because when you are actively doing just by cutting out the carbs and you are not a diabetic type 1. I’m gonna recommend and I am recommending a lot of vegetables to get your potassium and potassium is very protective on the kidneys. Until you have complete kidney failure and you have kidney dialysis, in that situation you don’t want to consume a lot of protein because you can’t really utilize that protein that’s a completely different situation. But in general, potassium is very protective on kidney and that is why we recommend 7 to 10 cups of vegetables with the ketogenic diet plan to protect the kidney and give it the nutrients that it needs. Another problem with keto is that it increases the uric acid. It is not gonna do that if you keep your vegetables high, but some people can get uric acid stones, gout, simply because they are not consuming enough vegetables. We don’t have to worry about that but recently there are higher incidents of kidney disease.

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