Prebiotics: How Can They Help Weight Loss?- Thomas DeLauer

Prebiotics: How Can They Help Weight Loss?- Thomas DeLauer

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hey it’s Thomas de Lauer would be fit and by now you’re probably rockin and rollin through 2016 pretty darn well today in this video I want to talk about the difference between probiotics and prebiotics because it’s something that’s not touched on a lot and I think there’s a lot of confusion out there and I wanted to do this video so everyone could get a little bit more clarity and so what a prebiotic does and what a probiotic does and if you stay Italy into the video I’ll show you a few foods that you can eat they’re going to give you a lot of those prebiotic fibers to increase your digestion and ultimately help you lose some fat so let’s dive into exactly what a probiotic is so probiotic is basically the healthy floor that you need within your stomach and your intestinal tract we have billions of bacteria in our net and good bacteria and some bad bacteria and those aid in the proper digestion of certain foods and in fact the bacteria within your gut actually communicate with your brain sometimes and something that’s called the enteric nervous system or the enteric brain and the bacteria within your gut actually communicate with your brain so you see your gut has something that’s called the enteric nervous system or the enteric brain which means that that bacteria is creating electrical impulses that communicates with the brain so sometimes if you’ve ever noticed when you get an upset stomach sometimes you’ll feel a little bit more stressed out or vice-versa you’ll feel stressed out you’ll get a little bit nauseous you’ll get a little bit of an upset sign so the brain and the gut communicate and that healthy balance of bacteria and healthy flora when your gut is so critical so when you take a probiotic you are giving yourself additional bacteria you’re giving yourself some strains of bacteria that you might have missed out from taking maybe some antibiotics that killed it off or maybe you ate some food that didn’t agree with you and exhausted a lot of the bacteria within your body so probiotics are a great thing but the reason I’m doing this video is that I think they’re kind of overrated because I think you’re gonna get a lot more benefit out of a prebiotic and I’m gonna explain it like this when you take a probiotic it’s like a drop in the bucket you’ve got billions of bacteria in your gut in your digestive tract when you take a probiotic you know you’re basically putting a couple million back in there you’re putting a little bit of bacteria back in there it’s like just a small amount in the grand scheme of things and here’s the crazy thing is that most of the time the hydrochloric acid within your stomach kills off the bacteria before ever has a chance to get into the gut so you’re really not assimilating and utilizing much of that to begin with now the other thing is that everybody is different you see if you’ve got one person person a over here and person B over here they’re gonna each have different strains of bacteria within their gut or they’re gonna have different quantities of different bacterias so person a over here may have loads of bacteria one and not that much bacteria two whereas person B may have not that much bacteria one but loads of bacteria two so when you take a probiotic you’re not really able to tune in on exactly what bacteria you need it’s not specific for you and although a lot of the probiotics out there are multi strain meaning they have different strains of bacteria to combat that issue they really just don’t do the trip now when you look at a prebiotic prebiotic is like a fertilizer a prebiotic stimulates your body to create more of the healthy bacteria that’s already in it so that same person a that has a lot of bacteria at one and not a lot of bacteria – well that fertilizer is going to help them produce more of the bacteria – that they need and person B who is deficient in bacteria one well the prebiotic is going to help them create more bacteria that they need so you can see how by giving your body bacterial fertilizer it’s a lot better than just adding a drop in the bucket of a probiotic that’s going to end up getting killed off in the stomach anyway so because you’ve been watching this video I want to give you a few ways that you can increase the amount of prebiotic fiber that you beat and there’s a few foods that really make a big impact you can go out to the store and you can buy a prebiotic and they work great but at the end of the day it comes down to eating the right foods and if you can implement these foods just in your everyday diet throw them into your salad throw them into soups or just flat-out eat them raw you’re going to notice a big difference and you might get a little bit gassy when you first start it out that’s totally normal because you’ve got an influx of good bacteria your body’s digesting so it might be a little bit of fermentation that happens within your stomach within your body but don’t panic it usually subsides and then just a couple of days so let’s look at the foods that you can eat the first one is gonna be chicory root you get a lot of times you get chicory root and soups you get it in spices that you didn’t even know was existent in but if you can find raw chicory root it is one of the best prebiotic fibers that you can find the next one is going to be raw asparagus and I know we’re so used to eating asparagus grill there were so used to eating it baked or steamed try eating it raw it’s really not all that bad you don’t have to eat that bottom stock that bottom portion that gets really really fibrous isn’t that gonna be a little bit of a pain to eat but if you at least eat down to about the last two inches you’re gonna get loads of prebiotic fiber another thing that you can do is you can soak them in apple cider vinegar for a little bit and then you’re getting the additional benefits of apple cider vinegar on your digestive system as well then we’ve got artichokes so you’re kind of catching the drift here that anything that’s got those fibrous qualities to it you know artichokes kind of have those fibers that run alongside it like when you bite it a lot of times you get the kind of stringiness that hangs out on the artichoke those are the prebiotic fibers that we want and then things like raw dandelion greens which you don’t see a lot but they’re usually over by the sprouted section so like if you look and you see broccoli sprouts or you see other kind of vegetable sprouts like radish sprouts a lot of times you’ll see dandelion greens over there as well they have a little bit of a bitter taste but throw them on some salad it’s a great way to get some prebiotic fiber now one that’s gonna be a little bit hard for you to get down it’s gonna be raw garlic it has to be raw as soon as you roast it or you cook it you’re killing off a lot of the prebiotic qualities of it so you got to eat it raw so it’s perfect eat around Halloween time when you’re trying to fight off the vampires lastly if you’ve ever been into a raw onion you know how powerful and pundit that is well it’s just as powerful and pungent within your digestive system raw onions are one of the best prebiotic foods that you can eat I know they’re hard on the breath and combined with the garlic it’s probably a nightmare for your family but just give it a couple of days and you’re gonna restore that digestive harmony within your gut you know feel a lot better you know absorb a lot more nutrients lower those cortisol levels and get in the best possible shape of your life starting right in your gut see in the next video

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Prebiotics: How Can They Help Weight Loss?- Thomas DeLauer
Let’s dive into exactly what a probiotic is. A probiotic is basically the healthy flora that you need within your stomach and your intestinal tract. We have billions of bacteria in our gut, and good bacteria and some bad bacteria. Those aid in the proper digestion of certain foods. In fact, the bacteria within your gut actually communicate with your brain sometimes, in something that’s called the enteric nervous system, or the enteric brain. The bacteria within your gut actually communicate with your brain. You see, your gut has something that’s called the enteric nervous system, or the enteric brain, which means that that bacteria is creating electrical impulses that communicates with the brain.
Sometimes, if you’ve ever noticed when you get an upset stomach, sometimes you’ll feel a little bit more stressed out, or vice versa. You’ll feel stressed out, you’ll get a little bit nauseous, you’ll get a little bit of an upset stomach. The brain and the gut communicate, and that healthy balance of bacteria and healthy flora within your gut is so critical. When you take a probiotic, you are giving yourself additional bacteria. You are giving yourself some strains of bacteria that you might’ve missed out from taking, maybe some antibiotics that killed it off. Maybe you ate some food that didn’t agree with you and exhausted a lot of the bacteria within your body.
The other thing is that everybody is different. You see, if you’ve got one person, person A over here and person B over here, they’re going to each have different strains of bacteria within their gut, or they’re going to have different quantities of different bacterias. Person A over here may have loads of bacteria one and not that much bacteria two, whereas person B may have not that much bacteria one but loads of bacteria two. When you take a probiotic, you’re not really able to hone in on exactly what bacteria you need. It’s not specific for you, and although a lot of the probiotics out there are multi strain, meaning they have different strains of bacteria to combat that issue, they really just don’t do the trick.
When you look at a prebiotic, prebiotic is like a fertilizer. A prebiotic stimulates your body to create more of the healthy bacteria that’s already in it. That same person A, that has a lot of bacteria one and not a lot of bacteria two, well that fertilizer is going to help them produce more of the bacteria two that they need. Person B, who is deficient in bacteria one, well the prebiotic is going to help them create more of the bacteria that they need. You can see how by giving your body bacteria fertilizer, it’s a lot better than just adding a drop in the bucket of a probiotic that’s going to end up getting killed off in the stomach anyway.
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