Evaluation Basics Part 3
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hey it’s me again in this video we’re going to talk about evaluation this is another example of how to evaluate evaluation means to analyze the data to find a reason why something is occurring so this is a 71 year old female she gave me all her data and we’re going to go through each piece of data and just kind of go up and down and see if we can make sense out of it see if it relates see if it associates for a reason of finding the root cause typically the mistake of evaluation is to treat effects individually and not try to understand the effects so number one she cranks sweets that could come from a low potassium that can come from an insulin problem many things but here’s number two drinks one and a half gallon of milk a week so that kind of jumps out that’s a lot of milk she drinks so I know we have a urinary frequency that can come from menopausal symptoms it can also come from other things which I’ll get to spider veins that is a it’s a vitamin C deficiency but you can’t fix it by taking ascorbic acid that’s what people think is vitamin C that’s just the antioxidant portion you have to have the whole vitamin C complex especially the Val flavonoids okay so that’s because mouth applauds that’s part of the vitamin-c complex helps to maintain the integrity of the vessel and the collagen but we’ll come back to that okay takes vitamin D and calcium probably because she has osteoporosis but she has bone pain here history of kidney stones that’s a calcium issue it could be other things too a pH issue bright lights bother her that is a vitamin A deficiency so again I’m kind of thinking out loud as we go through this feet fall asleep right that can be peripheral neuropathy that’s like a diabetic thing with a lot of insulin issues or it could be a circulation issue and there’s other causes as well and then anxiety osteoporosis high blood pressure okay hot flashes night sweats mood swings hysterectomy 1995 fibroids and then she’s pear shape so this is estrogen stiffness and terrible sleep so so here’s the first thing when I do I’m going to scan and kind of see if two of these or more of these start connecting one of the things that stands out is this milk thing right here now that’s a lot of calcium so she’s getting a ton of calcium she’s taking calcium okay and vitamin D increases the absorption of calcium by 22 times so it increases calcium in the blood okay and then but she still has osteoporosis all right now one of the symptoms of falling asleep or numbness in the feet is something called hyper calcium what does that mean it means a lot of calcium in the blood too much calcium in the blood so now this one does relate to high calcium that’s interesting so that’s one thing that it could be more associated with because this aligns with that now taking vitamin D and calcium that also aligns with too much calcium anxiety is another symptom of hyper calcium high blood pressure now that could come from many things could be adrenal but let’s pretend that there’s high calcium in the arteries well what the guts that that’s going to do is going to calcify the arteries arterial sclerosis clocking in the arteries boom that relates to hypercalcemia urinary frequency would also relate to hypercalcemia kidney stones will relate to hypercalcemia okay so now one thing about hypercalcemia there’s high calcium in the blood but it doesn’t mean that it’s going into the bone so of course she has osteoporosis because it’s not being directly to the bone but bone pain is a symptom of hypercalcemia you could look it up so here’s what I’m seeing that she’s having she has a lot too much calcium when you take vitamin D and I didn’t ask her how much she’s taking but if she’s taking a lot about him indeed a lot of calcium she’s going to get symptoms of heart problems because that calcium is going to plug everything up what what she’s missing and what kind of stands out for me is something to direct the calcium into the bone and that’s vitamin k2 so vitamin k2 is what I see that she’s missing the most of one thing I noticed that I didn’t write down here is she’s honest she’s been on a low-fat diet for years well guess what vitamin k2 is it’s a fat soluble vitamin it comes from butter grass-fed butter breast fed cheese grass-fed chickens with the egg yolk grass-fed beef so k2 is what she’s missing so that’s one thing that I’m gonna probably recommend to start taking this immediately and stop drinking this milk and the calcium start taking the k2 to start to drive all this calcium into the bone from the blood into the bone that’s the most important thing that she needs help with now vitamin k2 also is a fat side of vitamin so the other thing that I would probably want to get more data on is number two does she have a gallbladder does she have enough bile because another thing that’s in the back of my mind if she has bright light problems like at night that’s a vitamin A deficiency that’s the fats I have a vitamin so I’m like why does she have that that’s I don’t know why that is so I started asking about the gallbladder she has enough bile because it could be if she doesn’t have enough bile that’s could be why she’s not absorbing any fats I have a vitamin especially if she’s been in a history of a low fat diet so we might want to give her little bile salts to absorb the vitamin fats I the vitamins and get the k2 in there so she can start to drive out this calcium and then work with her doctor that adjust this medication because if she didn’t have calcium the arteries the blood pressures going to come down the bones will start getting solid these symptoms will start improving so that’s the thing that’s the most important hot flashes night sweats mood swings now this is interesting she’s had these symptoms since 1975 after she had the fiber right out so the other thing that I’m thinking the fibroid if we take it back earlier vibrates are a tumor and tumors grow with various hormones that are called anabolic hormones they make things grow too the hormones is estrogen and insulin so I would probably ask her history of your diet if it was like a lot of sugar in the past if it wasn’t I would ask her about estrogen and I already know based on her history that she’s been on premarin which is an estrogen replacement for many many many years okay so that’s probably why she has the fibroid and then she removed it let’s see when you take out when you do a hysterectomy you have a backup organ that has to then do double the work and that’s the adrenals so these symptoms are really adrenal related so she really has two issues that have to be dealt with but this stuff here if supported with the adrenal support those will probably improve and then of course the pear-shaped that’s an estrogen thing and then one last thing well two things one is stiffness well that’s that’s calcium in the in the soft tissues terrible sleep well if you’re not going to get calcium you’re not going to be able to relax again that like everything here aligns with this one problem so that’s pretty much how I died weight and how other people should evaluate and not just jump and start treating everything separately all right so I’ll see you in the next video
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Dr. Berg explains about health evaluation and health assessment for health check. This case study involves studying the symptoms and then diagnosing the most likely treatment for the body. Symptoms are effects and not the causes, treating a symptom might in fact hide the underlying cause of the problem itself and it may persist to reoccur after sometime. So it is essential to identify the root cause of every health related problem and then to treat the source of that health issue for effective health care and healthy living. Dr. Berg displays on how to identify health problems and perform health risk assessment by analyzing the health information for actual health management.
Dr. Berg does an evaluation on a 71 year old female with sugar cravings, numbness in the feet, leg cramps, hot flashes, anxiety, osteoporosis, high blood pressure and many other issues.
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