Why Do You Get Varicose Veins?

Why Do You Get Varicose Veins?

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so in this video we want to talk about what’s really behind varicose veins why do certain people get them well there’s a common thread you’ll see them in pregnancy menopause obesity when you take birth control pills that’s one of the side effect HRT hormone replacement therapy what is the common thread it’s estrogen I want to show you some interesting research high endogenous estradiol and by the way endogenous means made within in other words it’s estrogen that is coming from within your bodies making it is associated with increased venous distention and clinical evidence of varicose veins and menopausal women the veins actually get distended they balloon out they get twisted when you expose them to too much estrogen now let’s talk about how your body can make more estrogen there’s an enzyme called aroma taste in your body it’s in the adrenal glands it’s in the ovary it’s in the breast tissue it’s also in your fat and what this enzyme will do it’ll take testosterone that’s in your body and convert it to estrogen so one of the challenges people have is if they have too much fat they’re an estrogen machine their own fat it’s making this estrogen and that potentially could start creating problems with your veins all right so what can we do about this okay number one you can stop getting pregnant so often what is it that what do you have nine kids now I’m being totally sarcastic okay it’s okay they’d be pregnant okay I have as many kids as you want all right so with obesity just realize the less fat you have in your body the less estrogen dominant you’re going to be so you want to do the healthy version of keto and intermittent fasting and that should be very effective okay but there are things you can do to inhibit this enzyme along the way and you guessed it cruciferous vegetables like kale broccoli Brussels sprouts cabbage aromatase inhibitors okay there’s also a con and traded version of cruciferous called dim it’s just more powerful garlic will also work as well the other thing that you’re gonna have to do is you’re gonna have to start an intense exercise program and really work on that because the veins are the returned blood flow from the extremity back up to the heart and you want to stimulate the blood flow coming back to the heart a lot of times when people sit for many many years and they don’t get enough physical activity they will get this problem in the veins so you can actually undo this over a period of time it might take a few years but you want to include regular intense exercise to do it alright guys thanks for watching 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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Why Do You Get Varicose Veins?

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In this video, Dr. Berg talks about varicose veins and what causes it.
Varicose Veins Causes
• Pregnancy
• Menopause
• Obesity
• When Taking Birth Control
• HRT or Hormone Replacement Therapy
Estrogen is the one common root for these causes. Varicose veins are when the veins get distended, ballooned out and twisted when they are exposed to too much estrogen. Aromatase is an enzyme in the body that causes the body to make more estrogen by converting it from testosterone.
What You Need to Do
1. Do healthy ketogenic diet – The less fat you have in your body, the less estrogen dominant you are going to be.
2. Consume cruciferous vegetables
3. DIM – Concentrated version of cruciferous vegetables
4. Garlic
5. Start an intense exercise program
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