Potassium is The MOST Important Electrolyte
Some Symptoms of a Potassium Deficiency
- Energy Fatigue
- Muscle Weakness & Music Cramps
- Abnormal Heart Beat
- High Insulin
- Fluid Retention – Swollen Ankles
- Sugar Cravings
- Increase in Blood Pressure
Causes of a Potassium Deficiency
- High Cortisol
- Excess H2O
Solution Potassium Deficiency
You need 4700 milligrams of potassium per day.
- 7+ cups of leafy greens a vegetables daily.
Source: Dr. Eric Berg
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How to burn fat and lose weight fast!
Ready to find out how to lose belly fat and lose weight fast? There are two major fuel sources that the body uses – stored sugar and fat. The Fat burning hormones trigger the fat in the body which is then absorbed by the fat enzymes and release ketones (which is an efficient source of energy). Fat making hormones trigger the storage of sugar and convert sugar into fat. Most people are burning sugar which then converts to glucose and not burning fat – lose weight fast (cut the sugar/carbs).
The single most important factor that determines whether a person burns belly fat or sugar is the hormone Insulin. Even in a smaller amount Insulin can stop the body from burning belly fat. Insulin (or Sugar) has to be zero in order to burn fat fast. Ketosis is the healthiest fat burning foods for the heart, brain. For Ketosis, Carbohydrates has to be 5-10%, Proteins should be 25%, Fats should be 65-80% in a daily diet.
Adrenal Fatigue and Weakness
1. Laydown for 3 minutes
2. Check blood pressure
3. Stand up
4. Check blood pressure
Source: Dr. Eric Berg
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Source: Dr Eric Berg
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How to do Intermittent Fasting for Serious Weight Loss
Start with 3 meals per day, no snacking.
Then do 3 meals per day (no snacking) but only eating your 3 meals in a 8 hour window, thus fasting for 16 hours. Ultimately, you want to fast for 20 hours and eat within a 4 hour window – 2 meals per day. If you add exercise, high intensity interval training, you can greatly enhance Growth Hormone even more. Eating increases insulin … eat less often, produce less insulin, lose weight.
Fat Gut = Too Much Insulin
Liquids: Intermittent Fasting and Ketosis
Intermittent Fasting & Hypoglycemia
Intermittent Fasting Articles
Intermittent fasting is not a diet, it’s a pattern of eating. It’s a way of scheduling your meals so that you get the most out of them. Intermittent fasting doesn’t change what you eat, it changes when you eat.
Benefits of IF include: lose weight from your body fat, decrease inflammation, improve metabolic profile, improved insulin sensitivity, reduced need for obsessive compulsive eating.
For those that may not be familiar to the term, intermittent fasting is just taking “intermittent” times of fasting (no food) and working them into your lifestyle. This can be either daily or a couple times a week (will get into that more below).
From what I have read/learned from years of independent research on reduced calorie intake (CR) and IF (**studies listed at end), the conclusions are that using short-term calorie restriction/fasting may be effective when it comes to:
- Reducing blood glucose and insulin levels (improving the state of the overall glucose metabolism)
- Increasing fatty acid oxidation with increased FFAs (through increasing lipolysis hormones GH, glucagon and adrenaline)
- Sparing and preserving muscle tissue (lean mass)
- Increasing various health factors (lower inflammation, lower blood pressure, reduced oxidative stress, increased protection against neuro-degenerative diseases, and more)
- Keeping the metabolism strong/healthy (as eating more meals does not “speed up” your metabolism)
- There are also a multitude of lifestyle benefits such as not being a slave to eating all day long (like modern “diets” seem to preach), having more natural daily energy/focus, and even just learning how to enjoy eating once again (with good foods and friends).
Overall it can be a simple eating lifestyle that can not only help you lose weight, but more importantly let you relax and provide relief from obsessing about food or “diets” all day.
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Are you suffering from hypoglycemia?
Remember, knowledge is your best defense against health problems. Learn about the basics of hypoglycemia, hypoglycemia symptoms, signs and treatment. Hypoglycemia is a condition of low blood sugar in the body. This happens due to an overreation of insulin (insulin is responsible for controlling the blood sugar levels in the body). So when the insulin is spiked too much or too fast in the body, it drops the sugar too low. The symptoms of low blood sugar include headache, stomach noise, brain dead, weepiness, craving sweets, anxiety, depression, moody, paranoid, fatigue, fear. So we should avoid having sugar in case of any hypoglycemia symptoms. A person with diabetes can have both forms of blood sugar levels, i.e. hyperglycemia (high blood sugar) or hypoglycemia (low glucose levels). The foods having hidden sources of carbs and sugars are juices, fruits, grains, yogurt, wine. For hypoglycemia treatment, a person can have berberine (that is an ancient chinese herb), nutritional yeast, high potassium foods, exercise, protein breakfast. Avoid hidden sugars, like juice, fruit, grains, yogurt and wine…sorry.
Symptoms of Hypoglycemia
- Excess Hunger
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Health Benefits of Apple Cider Vinegar
Dr. Berg talks about the health benefits of Apple Cider Vinegar. It contains Acetic Acid, the key ingredient at a pH of 2.5 The different parts of our body have different levels of pH. The Key is to know your blood pH level and adjust accordingly. Acetic acid is very acidic and is used to cure various conditions like acid reflux in which the stomach becomes too much alkaline. High levels of cortisol might cause this body condition. You might also show symptoms of calcium or potassium deficiency in which case you can use apple cider vinegar. There are many benefits of apple cider vinegar and Apple cider vinegar is fantastic for all sorts of ailments, but not because of it’s nutritional content, but from the ability to acidify the body. It will help in the transportation of minerals, especially calcium, the digestion of proteins, the stimulation of thyroid function. Interestingly, due to the common excessive alkalinity a good portion of the population has, apple cider vinegar is a safe and healthy solution.
Apple Cider Vinegar Drink
- 12 Ounces of Water
- 2 teaspoons Bragg’s ACV
- 1 teaspoon Fresh Lemon Juice or Italian Volcano® Lemon Juice
- Ginger (shredded or extract) – Optional
Drink one glass before each meal.
Tinnitus: Ringing in the Ear
Ringing in the ears usually comes from an old infection or soft tissue calcium build-up in the inner ear. There is a good remedy you can get from the health food store called: Lipoflavonoids, an extract from the vitamin C complex found in lemon peels. The supplement lowers histamines, which are involved in inflammation in the ear. But you need high doses in some cases to see change. It is used to treat Meniere’s disease (a condition that affects hearing and dizziness). I would also add garlic and oregano oil as in supplements to speed up the process.
Cause of Ringing in the Ear: Low Vitamin D
Remedies for Ringing in the Ear
- Vitamin D3
- Vitamin K2
- Vitamin B12 (Methylcobalamin)
- Vitamin B1
What are the best nuts to eat on a Ketogenic Diet?
Low Carb Nuts
Are you overweight, in pain, suffering from diabetes or inflammation? The Low Carb High Fat (LCHF) diet could be just what you need to start living a high quality life!
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Dr. Phinney is a physician-scientist who has spent 35 years studying diet, exercise, fatty acids, and inflammation. He has published over 70 papers and several patents. He received his MD from Stanford University, his PhD in Nutritional Biochemistry from MIT, and post-doctoral training at the University of Vermont and Harvard.