Key Vitamin Deficiencies in Bariatric Surgery
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so let’s discuss bariatric surgery in relationship to vitamin deficiencies so many people are getting the surgery and seeing benefit with their diabetes now why does it help diabetes well there are two ways to increase insulin one is by consuming a lot of carbohydrates but the other is by consuming food in general because every time you eat you trigger insulin through a hormone in the small intestine called GIP gastric inhibitory peptide so you trigger this hormone which then increases insulin so there’s something in your small intestine that has the ability to trigger insulin even if you’re not consuming insulin it’s just food in general so when they do surgery to your small intestine you have a less ability to trigger insulin in general and your insulin goes down now is that healthy on one hand it’s healthy because it’s going to reduce insulin but on the other you’re artificially altering that part of your body and it comes with a package because now we have an altered digestive system that it’s more difficult to fulfill the nutrient requirements and we’re gonna have less absorptive surface of your digestive system to pull in those nutrients the most common vitamin and mineral deficiencies with a gastric bypass would be vitamin b1 b12 vitamin E vitamin D and copper okay these are the most common and then they can lead to all sorts of additional symptoms this could be with your skin heart this could be bone pain calcium metabolism overall mood immune system this one can be neurological so could this one this one could relate to anemia this one can relate to so many things from energy to heart so if you already had bariatric surgery this is what I’m gonna recommend nutritional yeast to get your B vitamins okay trace minerals not just copper but all the trace minerals like zinc for example because a lot of times when they reduce the size of your stomach you’re not going to have the ability to absorb minerals in general and definitely trace minerals now vitamin D you want to just get more Sun or cod liver oil very important and also with the greens powder a concentrated high-quality greens powder you can get not just your vitamin E but you can get minerals Fido nutrients from that so in other words I’m recommending taking a concentrated food nutrient as compared to individual vitamins and definitely synthetic vitamins you want to avoid that you also want to take out cider vinegar maybe through the day with some water diluted not by itself you can sip it with a straw but this is gonna help the absorption of minerals okay and the other thing I’m going to highly recommend is in a minute fasting because this will allow you to tap into your own fat more efficiently and also lower your nutrient requirements in general the more intermittent fasting you do the less nutrients you actually need because your body starts recycling these minerals now if you’re considering a bariatric surgery and you haven’t done it yet you may want to hold off and do healthy keto and in a bit of fasting because those two things together can greatly help someone with a slow metabolism I had a guy who came to my last summit he was 600 pounds okay he did not do bariatric surgery he’s down to 230 pounds right now and he’s doing great I’ll put a link down below for his story but there is a way to do this without surgery thanks for watching so if you’re enjoying this content go ahead and share it with someone that could really benefit from it
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In this video, Dr. Berg discussed bariatric surgery and vitamin deficiencies. A lot of people that do this surgery is seeing benefit with their diabetes.
What Causes an Increase in Insulin
1. Consuming a lot of carbohydrates
2. Eating – every time you eat, it triggers the insulin through a hormone in the small intestine called GIP or Gastric Inhibitory Peptide.
Disadvantages of Bariatric Surgery
1. Less ability to fulfill nutrient requirements
2. Altered absorption of nutrients
The Most Common Vitamin Deficiencies from Bariatric Surgery
• Vitamin B1
• Vitamin B12
• Vitamin E
• Vitamin D
What to Do if You Had This Surgery
• Nutritional Yeast
• Trace Minerals
• Sun – Cod Liver Oil
• Green Powder (Concentrated High Quality)
• ACV with meals
• Intermittent Fasting
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