When NOT to Eat Vegetables

When NOT to Eat Vegetables

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alright guys I recently did a video on why you need to consume vegetables okay this is a continuation of that when not to consume vegetables okay in the last video just to quickly summarize you want vegetables between 7 to 10 cups for this reason one is to get the nutrients that you need so vegetables provide the nutrients especially potassium magnesium also the fiber in the vegetables because we’re not doing grains feed the microbes and microbes need this fiber to actually survive and they will give you a friendly acid it’s called Peterik acid that then feeds your colon that helps normalize blood sugar 2 decreases inflammation now final nutrients that would be like carotenoids all the phytonutrients lutein that go beyond just regular vitamins and minerals that give you additional health benefits ok this is very very important and the oxidants things like that also the vegetables buffer the pH so if you’re just doing meat you’re going to certify things a bit too much and the vegetables act as a great buffer for the pH so it’s not always so acidic alright now when not to do vegetables well when you have this condition called SIBO small intestinal bacterial overgrowth ok what is that that’s a situation where your microbes are not all located in the large intestine the last part of this huge tube that you have which is like 27 feet long I think it’s like 31 feet long the last part last five feet is the large intestine that’s where most of the microbes should live but in SIBO you have those microbes now living in the wrong place they live into the small intestine which is the the first part of the tube okay so if you have these microbes is called flora or microbiome living in the small intestine when it should be in the large intestine they can compete for nutrients so basically you’re supposed to absorb all this nutrient in the small intestine well these bacteria will eat that up and keep you deficient in nutrients so that’s not good you’re going to have tremendous amounts of bloating because you’re gonna have a lot of excessive fermentation and gas being created because this these microbes are just in the wrong location so you get nutritional deficiencies and then if you add the fiber that just makes it worse so if you’re consuming vegetables and you’re getting so bloated and you’re getting your you feel like you’re gaining weight and you’re retaining fluid and you’re getting gas then chances are you could potentially have SIBO you can actually get a test from it okay or you can assume that you have it and do the following which I’m going to get to in a second another thing that would make it worse would be if you consumed a probiotic why because you don’t want to add more bacteria to a place where you have too much bacteria already because this is an overgrowth so one of the reasons that you’ve got this in the first place is your stomach wasn’t acidic enough or maybe you took an antibiotic so you don’t want to consume vegetables or probiotics if you have this situation I mean a real good way just to know if you have it it if you feel bad when you consume vegetables then just avoid them for one month let your body reset you can call this the carnivore diet if you want whatever but we’re just basically eliminating vegetables we’re giving our body some time to remove those bacteria from the small intestine and push them down into the large intestine so you’d want to avoid vegetables in probiotics you want to sit if I the stomach with episode of vinegar and something called betaine hydrochloride you can get those in a combined product I put a link down below to make it easier but you want to acidify the stomach two reasons one is that acid will allow for a lot better digestion to occur at the beginning of your digestion because the last thing you want is incomplete digestion right here so we have half undigested food entering in the small intestine and then we get more gas and more fermentation and more bloating and we want to do fasting why because the normal transit time the time it takes for food to go through your entire digestive system is between 36 and 40 hours so if you’re eating every hour and a half the food is just being crammed down there crammed down there you never give your system a chance to clear out so we want to do in a minute fasting and even longer fasting if if you can to let the body reset very important I mean even the stomach alone takes five hours or four to five hours for the food to get through the stomach so if you’re eating like every two hours or three hours and you’re not waiting long enough you’re putting food in in this tube through this little pipe when the food is still in your stomach not to mention the small intestine and large intestine so we we constantly are crammed and food down that we never let a digestive system rest and then the last thing is herbal antibiotics clove oregano and garlic there’s many other ones but this is a really good combination to help kill off the microbes without the side effect okay so this is what I’m going to recommend I’m also going to put a link down below of more additional data on SIBO down below you can check that out but in this is a situation where you’re not going to be vegetables but for everyone else I recommend to actually add the vegetables in there thanks for watching you probably already subscribed but if you haven’t press this little button down below and I will keep you updated

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In this video, Dr. Berg talked about when NOT to consume vegetables. You need at least 7 to 10 cups of vegetables to get all the nutrients you need and the fiber in vegetables feeds the microbes in order for it to survive. It would also provide all the phytonutrients that goes beyond vitamins and minerals. SIBO or small intestinal bacterial overgrowth is a condition where the microbes are living in the wrong place which is in the small intestine and could cause a nutritional deficiencies and tremendous amounts of bloating. This condition is caused by stomach not acidic enough or you have taken antibiotic.

Benefits of Vegetables:
• Fiber feeds microbes
• Phytonutrients
• Provides nutrients
• Buffer pH

SIBO or Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth:
• Avoid for 1 month – Give body some time to remove bacteria on the small intestine
• Acidify Stomach – Apple cider vinegar and betaine hydrochloride
• Avoid Probiotic
• Fasting – The normal transition of time or the time it takes for the food to go into your entire digestive system is between 36 to 40 hours.
• Herbal Antibiotic – Clove, Oregano, Garlic – A great way to help kill off microbes without the side effects.

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Dr. Berg, 52 years of age is a chiropractor who specializes in Healthy Ketosis & Intermittent Fasting. He is the author of The New Body Type Guide and other books published by KB Publishing. He has taught students nutrition as an adjunct professor at Howard University. He no longer practices, but focuses on health education through social media.


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