Intermittent Fasting and Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)
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hey guys had another question for someone that wanted to know could someone with COPD chronic obstructive pulmonary disease do keto in a minute fasting what’s my opinion what you think would help them first of all you this usually is triggered by a chronic smoking or a lot of pollution and it just basically creates an inflamed irritated long which then develops scar tissue and obstructs the lungs capacity to receive oxygen and eliminate co2 we have coughing mucus shortness of breath those are some of the symptoms but yes I highly recommend doing a combination of keto and then fasting especially in a minute of fasting of course if you reduce your carbs on a healthy keto plan you’re going to reduce your inflammation right there and you’re going to reduce oxidative damage but getting a fasting is going to drop the inflammation that’s the big thing right there and also if you do it correctly and do it long enough you’re gonna help clean up some of this damaged proteins the scar tissue intamin fasting is good for scar tissue not just in your lung but in the joints in the liver as cirrhosis it’s a great reparative action the other thing that I would recommend is large amounts of vitamin D but vitamin D in general handles many problems related to the lung respiratory stuff asthma even allergies so vitamin D is very very important for the immune system and it can act like an adrenal hormone and realize too that when you have COPD you’re usually going to have chronic adrenal problems as well and one thing that you want your body to produce enough of is cortisol because cortisol is a natural anti-inflammatory as well so vitamin D can help the adrenals produce more cortisol and if you’re taking higher amounts of vitamin D I’ll put the link down below of what I mean by that also take vitamin k2 because that will help balance out any excess calcium that’s depositing through the body hyperbaric oxygen would be very very important to get more oxygen into the lungs and also there’s a great product called pneumo troph in’ PMG it’s by a company called standard process I’m not affiliated but this is really good to support the lung you would take one or two of these before you go to bed all right guys thanks for watching I’ll see you next video hey guys real quick I have a new healthy keto eating plan for you just go to dr. Berg comm it’s right on the front page I put a link down below download it it’s free check it out
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In this video, Dr. Berg talks about the ketogenic diet, intermittent fasting and Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD). COPD is a condition triggered by chronic smoking or pollution that causes an inflamed irritated lung which develops scar tissue and obstructs the lungs capacity to receive oxygen and eliminates oxygen.
• Shortness of Breath
• Chronic Adrenals
It is highly recommended to do the combination of the healthy ketogenic diet and intermittent fasting. Reducing carbs will reduce the inflammation and oxidative damage in the body.
1. Intermittent Fasting is going to drop the inflammation + help clean up scar tissue
2. Vitamin D (High) and Vitamin K2
4. Pneumatrophin PMG (Standard Process)
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