The Underlying Cause of Diabetes

The Underlying Cause of Diabetes

The Underlying Cause of Diabetes

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hello dr. Berg here in this video we’re going to talk about the deeper cause of diabetes okay now in order to figure this out or figure out any problem now we just have to understand what actually is the condition diabetes so this video is about understanding what it really is a lot deeper typically when you think about diabetes you always think about high blood sugar right a 1c it’s an average of three months of high blood sugar you do a fasting blood sugar okay that’s how you diagnose diabetes go to the doctor diabetes is high sugar right but let’s go deeper what causes the high sugar that’s the question what controls the balance of sugar is insulin and insulin has many functions but one main function is to act as a cellular key to allow glucose to go into cell another function is to lower sugar so the obvious thing is that diabetes really is an insulin deficiency okay that’s really what’s causing it because if there wasn’t enough insulin the sugar is going to go high that’s why it’s high in the first place and when you have insulin deficiency especially in a pre-diabetic state called insulin resistance or just diabetes and type 2 in general you have a situation where your body makes more insulin to compensate for the insulin deficiency okay so if you look at the cell the cell absorbs insulin and it’s supposed to then create a effect of lowering the blood sugar so with insulin resistance the receptor starts blocking right here then a signal is sent to the pancreas and of course it’s going to start making more and more insulin so we can drive that communication into the cell but the first thing that happens is that insulin deficiency so diabetes is an insulin deficiency okay so let’s look at the big picture here we have a situation we have insulin resistance okay really resistance means ignoring now why would this little receptor ignore in front that’s what I want to talk about next and that’s really the key to understanding the whole picture insulin is a hormone hormones follow the law of communication so just like in life why would you ignore someone typically because they’re obsessively communicating eager talk to someone who just will not shut up they keep talking over and over and over I mean you’ll be looking at something else over here and they continue to communicate obsessively as you’re paying attention to them so obviously they’re not in the present time right well the same thing happens with the body there’s obviously too much obsessive communication too much obsessive insulin that’s then causing the cell to ignore that hormone okay that’s really what diabetes is your little cells are ignoring insulin so then the next question is what causes obsessive insulin secretion that’s where I have my favorite book Guyton physiology and the reason I use physiology books because you give it gives it the basic understanding that usually does not change over time it usually stays consistent it’s how the body works control of influence secretion so we want to know what controls or what triggers insulin to go up what raises insulin right first thing it says formerly it was believed that insulin secretion is controlled almost entirely by blood glucose concentration okay so we basically had this idea that arrays and insulin was only coming from high glucose in the blood which is after a carbohydrate meal or too much sugar so that’s one cause right here because it right over here says insulin secretion increases almost tenfold within three to five minutes after elevation of blood glucose so you eat sugar eat refined carbs eat carbohydrates in general you’re going to spike insulin sometimes by 10 fold down here it says the concentration of blood glucose rises above 100 milligrams per deciliter of blood that’s normal blood sugar that’s like one teaspoon of sugar in a gallant in a half of blood your entire body of blood okay so one teaspoon since right here as the concentrations of blood glucose rise above that so that’s like more than one teaspoon the rate of insulin secretion rises rapidly reaching peaks some ten to thirty times the level of blood glucose concentrations that’s a tremendous amount of spike in your sugar okay so number one what will cause an obsessive communication is glucose or sugar or carbs mainly refined carbs okay that’s level one number two second page other factors that stimulate insulin secretion amino acids that’s protein those are here amino acid administration in the absence of a rise in blood glucose caused only a small increase in insulin secretion basically telling us that protein or amino acids can cause a small rise in in front okay not it’s not obviously as much as sugar but it’s definitely a small rise then it goes on to say however when administered at the same time a blood glucose concentration is elevated the glucose induce secretion of insulin may be as much as doubled in the presence of the excess amino acid what does that mean it means that if you add sugar or glucose with the needle acids primarily excess of amino acids okay maybe too much you’re going to double the insulin and this is what I have talked about in other videos you take a hotdog with the bun the ketchup on the meat you add those two together fries a coke with your burger off like the breaded meat all this sugar with the meat will double your insulin so you don’t want to do that that’s the combination of those two things next thing so we know sugar protein to some degree protein we sugar to a greater degree if they’re thin gastrointestinal hormones okay what is that well basically hormones that are triggered in your digestive system when you eat okay says the gastrointestinal hormones almost double the rate at insulin secretion following an average meal what does that mean it means that eating in general triggers insulin okay so we got sugar protein sugar with protein and eating triggers insulin other hormones and the autonomic nervous system will also do it too that’s another trigger mainly cortisol now cortisol is the stress hormone so stress will also increase insulin as well but nowhere on this page in this chapter in this book does it say that saturated fats triggers insulin so saturated fats is not the cause of diabetes or insulin resistance it’s not in the physiology books okay so really this is why when you go on a intermittent fasting ketogenic diet and keep your carbs low below like between 20 and 50 grams when you don’t have excessive protein and you definitely don’t combine protein with sugar you’re going to improve diabetes and insulin resistance okay that’s really what’s causing it that makes sense so if we don’t trigger insulin as much it can heal and this resistance will go away and the body will start balancing out so check out this great little demo on an actual person who applied this information twenty I was kind of diagnosed with high cholesterol and got high triglycerides and a lot of us hereditary my dad had it had all this as well and that kind of started a chain of events for the next 20 years of me fighting high cholesterol high triglycerides metabolic syndrome and finally led to severe insulin resistance and the freaky dough I was on metformin twice a day I was on I believe it was crustal and I was on a blood pressure pill twice a day and now the only thing I take his official oil magnesium I have my latest blood-borne I just had this done like like two weeks ago if I can tell you the numbers real quick my total cholesterol now is 241 my LVL is 151 my HDL is 70 and triglycerides or 55 triglycerides are one of the best indicators and you’re totally fine you’re running on ketones big hand I had the particle test the particle death done with this as well and the whole thing is in the large fluffy category so it looks perfect that is so incredible one question on that your father is he still around yeah I lost has the heart to be a lot of years ago brain fed to grass-fed beef and butter pasture-raised eggs no artificial sweeteners right now we use stevia for sweetener in our coffee so we just made a huge change um since then so we’re now July I am now I checked I weigh myself every Sunday I’m 192 pounds um my last month my doctor advised me that my diabetes has been reversed I have an a1c of 5.2 ugly or 5.4 one of those two my triglycerides went from 1375 to a little over 100 that’s normal um everything just improved all my markers have improved cholesterol is level it’s normal I had dramatic change okay if you haven’t already subscribed press this little button down below okay thanks

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Dr. Berg talks about the deeper cause of diabetes. He discusses the relation between diabetes and insulin and what you need to know about the foods you eat.
What controls the balance of sugar is insulin. Insulin acts as a cellular key to allow glucose to go into the cell and another function is to lower sugar.
Diabetes is a insulin deficiency. You can have a situation where the body makes too much insulin which causes your cells to ignore it. This results in diabetes. What causes insulin to increase?
Too many carbohydrates and refined sugars.
Protein or amino acids can cause a small increase in insulin.
Adding sugar and protein will double the insulin production.
Just eating in general will increase insulin.
Cortisol (stress hormone) will cause increase insulin.
Saturated Fats do NOT cause increase in insulin.

By keeping these points in, you will be able to manage your insulin resistance and address the deeper causes of diabetes. See two successes of applying these data.

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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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