Healthy Lifestyle Hacks by Dr. Berg: PART 3
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hey guys it’s dr. Berg here and now we’re going to talk about part three of healthy lifestyle hacks okay this one’s a good one so basically when you recommend something to someone or if you’re going to implement something you need to understand the why behind the what to do it’s very important to know the theory of why something works versus just blindly following it right so let’s just talk about that for a second so why would you need vegetables why do you need so much why do you need seven to ten cups of vegetable why well how is your going to get your potassium and nutrients your body requires forty seven hundred milligrams of potassium every single day we’re going to get it there’s no pill that you could actually supplement you need to get it from vegetables in large quantities plus the vegetable flesh out flushes out the fat it cleans out the liver as you burn fat very important you get all the nutrients other nutrients magnesium you know trace minerals vitamins from the vegetable okay number two why why shouldn’t you snack because every time you eat anything you stimulate insulin insulin resistance or a pre-diabetic situation is too much insulin so we cut it down we can actually improve or correct that thing the other thing is that if you don’t snack you’re going to lose more weight because the principle of weight loss is the absence of carbohydrates that’s the most important thing not the absence of calories but cutting out the carbs in the sugars okay and mainly because that lowers insulin so if we can keep insulin low by not snacking because snacking actually stimulates it stimulates insulin you can start to really see some serious change that’s a very important thing versus having this idea that you can have six snacks a day whatever okay avoid too much water so people are pushing this water on you every day oh you got to drink your water drink your water drink your water why shouldn’t you drink water because the peak coming out of you is not the same as the water going in the peak coming out of you has a lot of electrolytes the more water you drink the more you flush things out like electrolytes so drinking pure water is not replacing electrolyte it’s diluting electrolytes that could weaken the heart and you’re going to feel bloated and your your your not going to be hydrated so I know this might sound strange but too much water will dehydrate you because hydration is a combination of electrolytes and fluid okay so you want to drink when you’re thirsty and not push too much in the system because you’ll blow at the kidney fats with meals why do you need have fat with a meal well because that allows you not not just to get the fat size of item ins but to allow you to go longer to be satisfied if you go low-fat you’re not going to go a long time without eating going to be hungry and you’re going to eat you’re going to cheat so you want to be satisfied so you don’t eat so much and stimulate insulin so our goal is to reduce insulin so you don’t want to avoid fat so you want to consume them because that lowers the insulin okay it’s the only food that won’t trigger insulin okay all right I will see you in part 4
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