Zinc Enhanced Trace Minerals: Dr. Berg’s Product Review

Zinc Enhanced Trace Minerals: Dr. Berg’s Product Review

Zinc Enhanced Trace Minerals: Dr. Berg’s Product Review

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Hey guys, I’m back and today we’re going to do an FAQ on this product right here called trace minerals enhanced now I did
have a product in the past that was a liquid but there are two problems with
that product one is when you ship a liquid sometimes it leaks and it can get
very very messy and the other reason I wanted to change the formula is because
I wanted to add some additional trace minerals to this product to make it even
better and the most important trace mineral
that I wanted to add in higher amounts was this one right here zinc and one
thing that people might not realize when you’re you’re taking a zinc product is
that if you’re taking one trace mineral or one mineral over a long period of
time without the other minerals with it it can deplete and create an imbalance
in the other minerals especially with copper, so I added zinc with some other
key trace minerals in a blend of all of the trace minerals and there’s over 74
different trace minerals just to make sure we don’t create additional
deficiencies but zinc supports a healthy immune system in fact your phagocytes
the cells that eat viruses and bacteria and dead cells are saturated with zinc
so if your zinc deficient you become more susceptible to infection because
you lose that resistance also you need zinc for vitamin A to be utilized in the
body so let’s say for example you’re driving at night and it’s raining it’s
hard to see at night so you have problem with night vision well that’s usually a
vitamin A deficiency but if you’re deficient in zinc vitamin A won’t work
also zinc is involved in epithelial tissue integrity so all the inner skin
inside your sinuses all the way down to the colon have this inner lining of skin
it’s called epithelial tissue and zinc is involved in keeping the integrity of
that tissue to prevent leaky gut which leads to all sorts of immune issues so
zinc is involved in a lot of different things including your skin both outside
and inside reproduction immune system it supports testosterone
and it’s very high in oysters shellfish red meat and even cheese now there’s a
couple of reasons why a lot of people are deficient in zinc number one we
don’t have a good storage system for zinc so if we’re not consuming zinc on a
regular basis from our food we become deficient number two if you’re consuming
grains corn or rice there’s something in there called phytic acid that blocks
your absorption of zinc also the more stress you’re under the more sugar you
eat the more deficient you are in zinc all right the next one is manganese
manganese is really important in strengthening ligaments okay in your
back in your feet if your mother is deficient in manganese when she’s
pregnant with you you can have all sorts of structural problems because the
ligaments will become lacks potentially you could even have flat feet and many
other structural problems because manganese is involved in bone formation
cartilage different enzymes and even the immune system and then we get to copper
copper is one little part of the vitamin C complex so if you’ve ever heard of a
major vitamin C deficiency called scurvy you’ll notice that there’s a major loss
of collagen they have major fatigue copper is part of the vitamin C complex
and it comes in a certain enzyme that’s involved in making collagen it’s also
involved in supporting healthy immune system and like I said before ligaments
and it works with zinc together as a kind of a teeter-totter if you have too
much of one thing it’ll deplete the other and then we get iodine iodine
supports a healthy thyroid it helps in the formation of thyroid hormones so if
you’ve heard of t4 or t3 the three and four represent the number of iodine
molecules in that thyroid hormone it also helps support estrogen and helps to
balance out estrogen so if you have too much estrogen iodine can help bring it
back into the right range iodine is very very very
important if a mother who’s pregnant is carrying their child because if the
mother is deficient that child could end up with a lower IQ and certain cognitive
impairments and then we get to selenium which is probably one of the most
important antioxidants it’s involved in something called glutathione which is a
very powerful antioxidant in your liver it’s also very important in converting
the thyroid hormones like t4 to t3 it’s really important in supporting
conditions like Hashimoto’s it’s also very helpful in buffering excess amounts
of mercury it’s involved in the immune system it also can prevent muscle
cramping so let’s say you’re doing all of the different minerals like magnesium
potassium salt and you still have cramps it could be you need selenium selenium
is mainly in shellfish and seafood okay boron boron is very important to
supporting bone health it’s also involved in building this hormone
testosterone and a lot of people take it for pain like in the knee of the
shoulder so it does tend to help reduce pain in some patients okay
chromium very important in blood sugars okay it supports the cells that make
insulin and a lot of people have insulin resistance have a deficiency of chromium
chromium is also involved in stabilizing your mood and helping reduce your stress
and then we have molybdenum okay this is involved in the detoxification
process let’s say for example you have a candida infection you have died off from
that also it helps detoxify sulfites and potentially could help lower uric acid
so this product has greater amounts of these trace minerals but it’s also in a
blend of all of the trace minerals so trace minerals in general are minerals
needed in very small amounts but they are cofactors in the biochemistry of the
body so you have all these different enzymes that are proteins that are
building tissue breaking food down all the different
chemical reactions trace minerals are needed in those chemical reactions
they’re in fact very essential without them the chemistry would not work I
would recommend taking one to two per day on an empty stomach to get the most
absorption possible so if you want to check it out I put the link down below 

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Trace Minerals Enhanced Product:

Timestamps
0:00 Trace Minerals FAQ
0:06 Trace Minerals Enhanced vs. my old Trace Minerals Liquid
0:32 The importance of a blend of trace minerals 
0:58 Zinc  
2:47 Manganese 
3:22 Copper
3:58 Iodine
4:40 Selenium 
5:26 Boron 
5:41 Chromium 
6:00 Molybdenum
6:17 About trace minerals 
6:52 Dosage 

Today I want to introduce you to my new product called Trace Minerals Enhanced. I did have a trace mineral product in the past that was a liquid, but this is a new and improved version. The old product, being a liquid, could get messy. I also wanted to add some additional trace minerals to this product to make it even better. 

The most important trace mineral that I wanted to add in a higher amount is zinc. But, if you take one trace mineral over a long period of time without the other trace minerals with it, this can cause deficiencies in the other trace minerals. So, I added a few key trace minerals in a blend of all of the other trace minerals. There are over 74 trace minerals in this product. 

Trace minerals are minerals needed in very small amounts. They are cofactors in the biochemistry of the body. You have different enzymes that are proteins that are building tissues, breaking food down, and are involved in the different chemical reactions. Trace minerals are essential in those chemical reactions. 

Consider taking 1-2 capsules per day on an empty stomach. 

Here are a few of the trace minerals that I added to my Trace Minerals Enhanced product:

Zinc:
• Supports a healthy immune system 
• Is needed for vitamin A to be utilized in the body
• Is involved in epithelial tissue integrity 
• Is involved in skin, reproduction, and the immune system 

Manganese:
• Is important in strengthening ligaments 
• Is involved in bone formation, cartilage, different enzymes, and the immune system 

Copper:
• Is involved in making collagen 
• Supports a healthy immune system 
• Supports ligaments 

Iodine:
• Supports a healthy thyroid 
• Helps in the formation of thyroid hormones 
• Supports estrogen balance 

Selenium: 
• One of the most important antioxidants 
• Is very important in converting thyroid hormones 
• Is helpful in buffering excess amounts of mercury 
• Supports the immune system 
• Can help prevent muscle cramping 

Boron:
• Supports bone health 
• Is involved in building testosterone 
• May help reduce pain 

Chromium:
• Supports the cells that make insulin
• Is involved in stabilizing mood and reducing stress

Molybdenum:
• Is involved in detoxification 
• Could potentially help lower uric acid 

Dr. Eric Berg DC Bio:
Dr. Berg, 53 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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Dr. Eric Berg received his Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Palmer College of Chiropractic in 1988. His use of “doctor” or “Dr.” in relation to himself solely refers to that degree. Dr. Berg is a licensed chiropractor in Virginia, California, and Louisiana, but he no longer practices chiropractic in any state and does not see patients so he can focus on educating people as a full time activity, yet he maintains an active license. This video is for general informational purposes only. It should not be used to self-diagnose and it is not a substitute for a medical exam, cure, treatment, diagnosis, and prescription or recommendation. It does not create a doctor-patient relationship between Dr. Berg and you. You should not make any change in your health regimen or diet before first consulting a physician and obtaining a medical exam, diagnosis, and recommendation. Always seek the advice of a physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. The Health & Wellness, Dr. Berg Nutritionals and Dr. Eric Berg, D.C. are not liable or responsible for any advice, course of treatment, diagnosis or any other information, services or product you obtain through this video or site.

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