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hey guys dr. Burke here in this video we’re going to talk about what causes cracked heels okay now it’s a vitamin b3 deficiency that’s what it is and another name for vitamin b3 deficiency is called pellagra now there are levels of this pellagra from very minor subclinical to very advanced and you know you just don’t wake up one day with pellagra you start with little tiny symptoms and believe it or not one of the first symptoms of pellagra it has to do with your your gastrointestinal tracts diarrhea and a lot of upset inflammation in your gut and then it leads to the skin so there’s a lot of skin problems with vitamin b3 deficiencies which is niacin okay so here are the symptoms of ìiî deficiency sensitivity to light cracked skin rough skin cracked roughed cracked skin especially on your heels odor sensitivity you have sensitivity to odors like you could really smell things and it irritates you more than it should dizziness with sudden movements so everything is like hyper sensitive desire to quarrel fight with someone black tongue now there’s a lot of other symptoms but these are some of the common ones now the foods that you should be eating to to make sure you have b3 would be you know some of the animal meats turkey chicken pork mushroom fish grass-fed beef seeds avocado now it could be the diet but normally it’s not the diet so what we want to do is you want to look deeper and the number one cause of vitamin b3 deficiency in fact all of the vitamins would be your gastrointestinal tract is damaged you might have inflammation you might have a gastric bypass surgery where they took out your intestines it could be from Crohn’s or celiac or irritable bowel syndrome but something happened in your gut that destroyed the lining of your digestive tract and now you can’t absorb that so you’re going to have to consume a little bit more B vitamins than you normally do just so it can be absorbed so that’s something we want to look at if it is your GI tract then what you want to do is you want to take al glutamine you want to take lactic acid from kombucha tea you want to have more of the fermented foods and bone broth is a really good source of l-glutamine as well now if your alcoholic this could also be the reason why you’re deficient in the B vitamins if you have history a lot of antibiotics that can destroy the ability to absorb b3 and last one is too much corn now what’s the connection between corn and b3 there’s a research that shows that certain countries that pretty much are really really poor in their living off just primarily corn become very deficient in b3 and they get pellagra and so I’ll put a link down there to get more data on that but corn does not have help tryptophan this amino acid l-tryptophan turns into b3 so if you don’t have it that’s why you’re going to be deficient so consuming the diet of you know corn you’re going to have a problem with this deficiency right here so we just wanted to do a video on the causes of cracked heels as compared to just putting a lotion on your feet and bean that’s going to fix it this is more of an internal problem find the cause go ahead and correct it and thanks for watching
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Dr. Berg talks about why lotion never fixes dry cracked feet or heels. This is a internal nutritional deficiency, primarily vitamin B3 (niacin). This is usually a problem with your digestive system.
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