The Worst Advice for a Diabetic

The Worst Advice for a Diabetic

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hi guys dr. Berg here again listen I want to talk about the absolute worst advice you could ever give a diabetic okay ready for it five small meals a day okay that’s the worst advice in fact I used to give this advice before I knew better because I was taught this way in school but it is bad advice so let’s talk about why this is it has to do with what most people are missing in their database of knowledge about diabetes they might know that carbs will increase insulin but a lot of times they do not know that eating in general regardless of what you eat will trigger insulin doesn’t matter what you eat every time you eat or a snack you spike insulin now what is a diabetic the diabetic is someone with too much insulin now yes if you type one diabetic which you’re completely burnt out you don’t have any insulin I’m talking about the vast majority of people who are diabetic type two and they have too much in Flint okay and so that’s so what happens is their insulin resistance so they have to take metformin and other drug types of medications to make the insulin connect more but if you check their fasting insulin level it’s always really really high okay now look at this meal one two three four five you spike insulin you spike you spike insulin it’s going to create way too much insulin you’re never going to ever fix diabetes you’re going to become a diabetic worse and worse if you keep doing this so here what do you do you basically we not to cut we need to cut down the frequency of meals this is not like starving the person this is not even cutting calories for cutting calories we want to decrease the meals why so we have more time in between the meals to keep insulin low when you don’t eat insulin go slower and you could heal insulin what you want to work up to if you’re a pre-diabetic or diabetic is two meals a day ideally it’s going to take a while to do that but it’s the ideal scene if you want to improve your blood sugars okay so up to two males and then you have more time to heal now how do you do this how can you actually eat less and not be so darn hungry all the time well you add a little more fat healthy fat to the meal okay and that allows you to go longer without being starving I’m not talking about low-fat protein and a vegetable so you have to add the fat in there to go longer I’ll put some links down below but the other thing is that if you eat these small meals you’re spiking insulin insulin comes in there lowers blood sugar okay guess what you’re going to be hungry you’re going to spike insulin again for the next meal get a lower blood sugar guess what you’re going to crave crave carbs same thing happens over and over and over so if you can actually go longer keep in some low you can heal a lot of issues especially maybe even not even to come up not even be a diabetic anymore okay so I put some links down below but this is the absolute worst advice for diabetics so if you no doubt about it have watched this video and just applied this for a month and prove it to yourself you’ll be quite amazed with the results thanks for watching hey thanks for someone press the subscribe button now I forgot what to say I will see you in the next videos what am I going to do subscribe to the press button and oh yeah send you additional information press the subscribe button and I will keep you updated on the future events

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Dr. Berg, 51 years of age is a chiropractor who specializes in weight loss through nutritional and natural methods. His private practice is located in Alexandria, Virginia. His clients include senior officials in the U.S. government and the Justice Department, ambassadors, medical doctors, high-level executives of prominent corporations, scientists, engineers, professors, and other clients from all walks of life. He is the author of The 7 Principles of Fat Burning, published by KB Publishing in January 2011. Dr. Berg trains chiropractors, physicians and allied healthcare practitioners in his methods, and to date he has trained over 2,500 healthcare professionals. He has been an active member of the Endocrinology Society, and has worked as a past part-time adjunct professor at Howard University.
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