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Let’s talk about the best natural remedy for hemorrhoids: Collinsonia root. Collinsonia root has been used as an herbal remedy for a very long time. It’s used to address the venous system and the liver. Collinsonia root is therapeutic for venous congestion, which is the stagnant flow of blood in the venous system. Collinsonia root may also help with certain conditions, such as: • Laryngitis • Sore throat • Bronchitis • Mucus • Digestive issues Pregnancy, belly fat, ascites, and constipation lead to an increased risk of hemorrhoids. A lot of these conditions have an association with a liver issue, congestion in the liver, and venous congestion. There are very minimal side effects of Collinsonia root, and it may be a great natural alternative to try for hemorrhoids. DATA: https://www.liebertpub.com/doi/abs/10...
How can you stop prediabetes from developing into diabetes? Let’s talk about it. There is something that occurs before prediabetes called insulin resistance. This is a condition where your body is resisting high levels of insulin. High insulin levels are created from consuming a high-carb diet. Insulin resistance will keep your blood sugar levels appearing normal until you develop prediabetes. However, you’ll still experience symptoms of insulin resistance. Eventually, though, the beta cells that make insulin will not work as well, and you’ll develop prediabetes. If no changes are made, prediabetes can become diabetes very quickly. At this point, you have insulin resistance and high blood glucose (diabetes). Symptoms of diabetes: • Frequent urination • Brain fog • Feeling tired after eating • Frequent eating • Cravings for carbs • Tingling sensation in the hands or feet • Vision problems • Kidney problems • Fatty liver • Belly fat The typical treatment for diabetes is medication. However, the dietary consumption of sugar and carbs is often overlooked. The best ways to prevent diabetes naturally: 1. Replace the carbs in your diet with fat and protein 2. Do intermittent fasting 3. Consume low-starch vegetables 4. Get plenty of trace minerals, B vitamins, vitamin C, and vitamin D 5. Exercise
Today, I’m going to cover the best natural ways to regrow hair. Whether you’re losing hair, your hair is thinning, or you have alopecia—these tips for hair loss may help. Hair is protein, and protein is made of amino acids. Lysine is a specific amino acid that greatly impacts hair growth. Lysine also helps make hair stronger and more elastic. The best foods for hair growth are foods high in lysine, like red meat and eggs. Consuming six to eight ounces of high-quality protein twice a day will give you the protein you need. Many people experiencing hair loss are low in iron. Red meat and eggs are high in iron, and lysine helps increase iron absorption. When you go through stress, your body’s demand for lysine goes up. If stress is causing you to lose hair, you may want to try increasing your protein consumption. To regrow hair, it’s also crucial to lower your cortisol by reducing your stress. Inflammation or a malabsorption issue in your gut could lead to a deficiency in lysine. Consuming grains or seed oils can lead to inflammation. If you have gut inflammation, you may want to try the carnivore diet. It’s also important to support your gut microbiome because your gut microbes make amino acids. A disruption of your gut flora can cause a disruption in the microbes on your scalp. This can lead to issues like dandruff and skin disorders. A probiotic supplement or probiotic foods may help promote healthy, thick hair. A powerful form of testosterone called DHT has been known to cause hair thinning or hair loss. Zinc is a fantastic natural DHT inhibitor, and it’s in red meat. Lysine also helps inhibit DHT. Lysine is important to support a healthy body and has many other health benefits that may indirectly help with hair loss and support hair growth. Great natural remedies for hair loss are: • Pumpkin seed oil • Green tea extract • Stinging nettle root • Nutritional yeast DATA: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/12190640 https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/arti...
Let’s talk about oxalates and the best ways to flush out oxalates to help prevent kidney stones. Signs your oxalate levels are high: • Kidney stones • Gout • Headaches • Eye pain • Urinary pain • Genital pain • Muscle pain • Intestinal pain Foods high in oxalates: • Almonds • Peanuts • Spinach • Chocolate • Kiwi • Strawberries • Beets • Tea • Bran Dietary oxalates aren’t correlated with oxalates in your urine. Just because you consume foods high in oxalates doesn’t mean you will develop any problems. But, preexisting damage to your kidneys, liver, or metabolism can cause you to be unable to process oxalates like you should. Diabetes, prediabetes, insulin resistance, and carb consumption can lead to kidney problems. A lack of certain microbes can also prevent you from breaking down oxalates, causing them to end up in the kidneys. Many people who go on the ketogenic diet no longer have a problem dealing with oxalates. But if you’re still experiencing issues, you can try these tips. What to do if you have high oxalate levels or are prone to kidney stones: 1. Limit foods high in oxalates or consume them with cheese 2. Take a probiotic with a mixture of lactobacillus 3. Maintain higher levels of magnesium and citrates (by consuming magnesium and lemon) 4. Get plenty of vitamin D 5. Drink at least two and a half liters of fluid a day DATA: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/arti... https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/10.1...
Today, I want to cover the amazing herb ashwagandha. Top potential benefits of ashwagandha: 1. Lowers stress and anxiety 2. Supports weight loss 3. Reduces insulin resistance 4. Promotes quality sleep 5. Enhances cognitive function 6. Improves stamina and strength while exercising 7. Reduces inflammation 8. Stimulates the thyroid 9. Enhances the immune system 10. Supports healthy testosterone levels 11. Decreases pain 12. Improves muscle spasms 13. Reduces fluid retention 14. Increases heat shock proteins When to avoid ashwagandha: • If you have a sensitivity to nightshades • If you have excess iron or a genetic tendency to accumulate iron • If you have hyperthyroidism • If you take barbiturates or thyroid hormones Consider consuming 250 milligrams to 500 milligrams of ashwagandha twice per day. If using a tincture at a one-to-five ratio, it’s recommended that you take between two and four milliliters three times a day. DATA: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/arti... https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/31517... https://www.nmi.health/ashwagandha-a-... https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/24882... https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/36516...
Let’s talk about stress and cortisol. I’ve seen many people get on the right track with their diet and exercise—but they're still stuck in fight-or-flight mode. Being in fight-or-flight mode, having elevated cortisol and adrenaline, for a long period isn’t healthy. Chronic stress has been known to negatively affect the body in many ways, including: • Shrinking your grey matter • Shrinking your thymus gland • Creating muscle atrophy • Decreasing testosterone • Running the body on sugar (even when you’re not eating sugar) • Disrupting healthy digestion • Reducing quality sleep Chronic worry and stress can also lead to ulcers, inflammation, and disease. An interesting study measured 39 people’s cortisol levels before and after a 45-minute art therapy session. This study found a significant reduction of cortisol in participants. I have found that hobbies are a fantastic way to stop the fixation on stress and move your attention to something more positive. DATA: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/arti...
Let’s talk about fatigue—the root cause and how to fix it. It all starts with your mitochondria. The mitochondria are the energy factories deep inside your cells that make ATP. ATP is the energy of the body. Certain foods contribute to the energy-making process of the body more than other foods. It’s almost impossible to extract energy from ultra-processed foods. Important nutrients to support energy include: • Vitamin B1 • Vitamin B2 • Vitamin B3 • Folic acid • Vitamin B12 • Magnesium • Manganese • Selenium • Vitamin C • Coenzyme Q10 A healthy person makes a massive amount of ATP. You generate more ATP when you exercise, but ATP doesn’t get stored. Your body can either store sugar or fat as fuel. Fat is a much more efficient fuel source than sugar. When you go on a low-carb diet and get into ketosis, you become fat-adapted. Once you’re fat-adapted, you can burn fat as fuel a lot easier. This is why the keto diet, with a lot of nutrient-dense foods, is the best diet to increase energy. Exercise is the number one way to produce more mitochondria and boost your energy. This is just one more reason to exercise consistently. Other things to add to increase your energy and get rid of fatigue: • Intermittent fasting • Cold therapy • Phytonutrients Things to avoid to help support healthy energy levels: • Refined sugar and carbohydrates • Stress • Heavy metals • Smoking • Alcohol DATA: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/arti...
Let’s talk about stress and how to take care of your body during chronic stress. Stress can cause deficiencies—these deficiencies can then alter your ability to react to and recover from stress. Chronic stress can be very dangerous to your health. Too much stress can lead to: • Ulcers • Heart attack • Osteoporosis • High blood pressure • Anxiety • Depression • Poor immunity Deficiencies caused by stress can include: 1. Magnesium 2. Zinc 3. Thiamine (vitamin B1) 4. Potassium 5. Vitamin B5 6. Amino acids 7. Calcium 8. Vitamin D 9. Vitamin C When you go through stress, it’s easy to reach for junk foods. But it’s crucial you avoid sweets and junk food, even when you’re stressed. It’s also important to avoid foods high in sodium when you’re feeling stressed. The more stress you go through, the healthier you need to eat. Consuming red meat and a big leafy green salad would be a great meal to consume when you go through stress. An HRV (heart rate variability) device is a fantastic tool to help you measure your stress and how you respond to stress. This device can also help you better understand what type of exercise and nutrition your body needs at different times. The best ways to take care of your body during stress: • Stick to a very healthy diet (Healthy Keto®) • Get quality sleep • Exercise
Let’s talk about autophagy. Autophagy is an incredible process. It basically eats up the junk in your body and transforms it into usable things. This “junk” is unusable damaged proteins, which trigger inflammation. It also helps get rid of pathogens and viral antigens. Autophagy is like an anti-aging cleaning system of the body. But it doesn’t just clean things up—it provides raw material to build new cells and provide fuel when you need it. Two major things will stop autophagy: sugar and protein. But any significant amount of calories will also stop autophagy. Autophagy may act as a strong protective barrier against disease. But, if you already have cancer, autophagy can aid the growth and progression of cancer. Autophagy can help you if you’re healthy and can hurt you if you’re not healthy. Unfortunately, many people wait until they get sick before they utilize strategies like autophagy. The best way to trigger autophagy is to do fasting. You’ll notice more positive benefits from autophagy once you get into about 18 hours of fasting. You’ll notice even more benefits when you get up to 48 to 72 hours of fasting. You can take electrolytes, nutrients, and sea salt, but you shouldn’t consume any calories while fasting. An additional simple strategy to see more benefits from autophagy is to go on a low-sugar, low-carb diet. Consuming a moderate amount of protein is also crucial—not excess protein or low protein. Exercise is important to stimulate autophagy. Aerobic exercise (lower intensity and longer duration) will stimulate autophagy more than high-intensity exercise. But, I suggest doing both forms of exercise for different benefits. Certain phytonutrients and adaptogens can also trigger autophagy to a certain degree. DATA: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/arti...
Dr. Gil Carvalho made a video where he fact-checked one of my videos. I’m going to go through this video and fact-check the fact-checker. It turns out that Dr. Gil Carvalho seems to be a council member of a plant-based group whose president is very much against the keto diet. Listen as I dig deeper, uncovering conflicts of interest and searching for the truth.
Let’s talk about alternative sweeteners. Trying alternative sweeteners when starting the ketogenic diet can make the transition much easier. Notice I said alternative sweeteners and not artificial sweeteners. While alternative sweeteners aren’t completely natural, they are less artificial and less harmful than artificial sweeteners. Keto snacks and desserts often have different kinds of alternative or artificial sweeteners. Trying keto snacks and keto desserts isn’t a bad thing, but it’s crucial to check the ingredients. Just because it’s labeled “keto” doesn’t make it healthy. Out of all of the sweeteners, erythritol and xylitol* are two of the best. But it’s still better to only consume small amounts. Monk fruit and stevia are also great options. However, with stevia, it’s important to make sure that the product doesn’t also contain maltodextrin. Maltodextrin is higher on the glycemic index than sugar. Maltitol, agave nectar, and functional fibers should also be avoided. Including too much of these sugar alcohols (even the good ones) in your diet can cause bloating, fluid retention, diarrhea, and can upset the gut microbiome. They may also prevent you from getting rid of cravings. I think sugar alternatives are great to help a person transition off of consuming sugar and for an occasional treat—but they shouldn’t be consumed on a regular basis. *Pet owners should keep in mind that certain alternative sweeteners, like xylitol, can be highly toxic to animals. Sugar alternatives can be found in a wide range of products and may go by different names. It’s best to keep these types of products far out of reach from your pets. DATA: https://alexleaf.com/isomalto-oligosa...
Magnesium comes in many different forms. Today, I want to cover magnesium threonate or magnesium L-threonate. This is a specific type of magnesium. Threonate transports magnesium across the blood-brain barrier to the hippocampus. The hippocampus is involved in memory, learning, focus, and concentration. People typically take magnesium L-threonate when they want to support the brain. A magnesium deficiency can lead to various issues related to the brain and throughout the body. Benefits of magnesium L-threonate: • It may help reduce worry and anxiety (especially when trying to sleep) • It may help decrease neuroinflammation and neurodegeneration • It’s a calcium regulator and antagonist • It helps maintain and support the blood-brain barrier • It can act as an antioxidant • It helps support BDNF • It may help with androgenic alopecia If you want to use magnesium to support the brain, I would use magnesium threonate. To support other issues like cramping or fatigue or to support the heart, I would take magnesium glycinate. Magnesium citrate can be helpful as well, especially to help prevent kidney stones. DATA: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/arti...
Let’s talk about vitamin A—the benefits of vitamin A and the dark side. Vitamin A is a non-keratinizing vitamin. Keratinization is a condition that causes skin issues. Both a vitamin A deficiency and excess vitamin A can affect the internal and external skin in many ways. Vitamin A is involved in supporting the immune system as well. There is an association between vitamin A deficiency and autoimmune conditions like Graves’ and Hashimoto’s. Vitamin A also allows iodine to be absorbed. Signs of vitamin A deficiency: • Poor night vision • Blindness • Dry eyes • Poor immunity • Skin problems • Bone issues Signs of too much vitamin A: • Abnormal bone formation • Dry lips • Dry skin • Double vision • Alopecia • Oily skin • Peeling skin • Heart valve calcification • Hypercalcemia • Intracranial pressure Vitamin A toxicity is rare, but taking a synthetic vitamin A supplement may increase your risk. Synthetic vitamin A may also increase the risk of lung cancer. Accutane, a form of synthetic vitamin A, has serious potential side effects. I suggest getting your vitamin A from food sources or natural food-based supplements. Foods high in vitamin A (retinol): • Cod liver oil • Egg yolks • Grass-fed butter • Grass-fed cheese • Liver Beta carotene is the precursor to the active form of vitamin A (retinol). Beta carotene is in foods like carrots and spinach. But, if you’re relying on beta carotene alone to get your vitamin A or if you have a liver or gallbladder issue, you could be deficient in vitamin A.
Let’s talk about the first sign of methylcobalamin deficiency. Methylcobalamin is vitamin B12, and it’s essential for DNA, red blood cells, and your myelin sheath. Vitamin B12 also helps support your spinal column and brain. If you’re deficient in vitamin B12, you could experience tingling, numbness, or burning sensations. Other signs of vitamin B12 deficiency can include: • Chronic pain • Depression • Muscle wasting • Blurry vision • Tinnitus • Anemia • Mouth ulcers • Sore throat • Hair loss You could also experience symptoms if you have too much vitamin B12. Vitamin B12 toxicity will typically occur if you’re taking too much synthetic vitamin B12 (cyanocobalamin)—not the natural version (methylcobalamin). Cyanocobalamin can build up in the body and cause symptoms such as: • Acne • Palpitations • Anxiety • Red cheeks • Headaches • Insomnia • Akathisia • Suicidal thoughts You could be deficient in vitamin B12 long before you start to feel any effects. But that doesn’t mean that there isn’t damage being done. One of the first symptoms you would eventually feel is extreme fatigue. Foods high in vitamin B12 are animal products. There is no vitamin B12 in plants. Top causes of vitamin B12 deficiency: • Malabsorption • Plant-based or vegan diets • Gastric bypass • Atrophy of the stomach • Gastritis • H. pylori infection • Ulcers • Inflammation in the intestines • Aspirin • Alcohol • Junk foods • Antibiotics • Antacids or PPIs • Birth control pills • Pregnancy • Lactation • Smoking • Polymorphism
There are obvious foods that can kill you, like refined sugar and carbs—but that’s not what we're going to talk about today. Today, I’m going to cover six surprising foods that can kill you and a few potential natural antidotes. The top deadliest foods: 1. Pufferfish (fugu) 2. Death cap mushroom 3. Korean baby octopus 4. Green potatoes 5. Raw chicken 6. Foods containing cyanide: • The seeds or pits of apples, peaches, pears, and apricots • Bitter almonds • Cassava It’s best to avoid any of the above at all costs. If you do somehow consume death cap mushrooms, milk thistle and NAC are two potential antidotes that may help. Methylene blue is another potential antidote that has been used to help counter cyanide poisoning. DATA: https://www.britannica.com/story/7-of... https://news.ucsc.edu/2017/03/mitchel... https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/arti...
Sticking to keto and intermittent fasting is the best way to meet your health goals. But, if you make a mistake on keto, it’s not the end of the world. Today, I’m going to share how to block the effects of sugar and carbs, as well as other potentially problematic things. 1. Sugar • Consume fiber • Take electrolytes, B vitamins, and trace minerals 2. Grains • Consume shellfish • Take glutamine or consume foods high in glutamine • Consume B vitamins (nutritional yeast) • Take vitamin E • Consume foods high in vitamin C • Consume foods high in antioxidants • Take benfotiamine • Take alpha-lipoic acid • Exercise • Take berberine • Consume cinnamon • Consume apple cider vinegar • Consume healthy fats • Do intermittent and prolonged fasting 3. Alcohol • Consume vitamin B1 or nutritional yeast • Drink pickle juice or take electrolytes • Take milk thistle 4. Certain medications • Take milk thistle • Take CoQ10 (if you’re on a statin) • Take vitamin B1 and B12 (if you’re on metformin) • Take a probiotic (if you take an antibiotic) • Take betaine hydrochloride (if you took an antacid) 5. Excess sodium • Consume foods high in potassium 6. Oxalates • Consume cheese • Consume foods high in magnesium 7. Excess water • Consume sodium and other electrolytes 8. Keto and IF side effects • Take electrolytes • Consume B vitamins 9. Stress • Take vitamin B1, magnesium, and zinc • Exercise and physical work • Sleep
Today, we’re going to talk about the best natural things to do for difficulty breathing, air hunger, or dyspnea. Traditionally, people may have heard of this symptom being caused by asthma, pneumonia, COPD, lung infection, anemia, or a heart condition. But what if you rule these conditions out and still have problems breathing? This is called pseudo-dyspnea. With pseudo-dyspnea, you may feel better with exercise and worse with rest. Top causes of pseudo-dyspnea (difficulty breathing) and natural remedies: 1. Silent reflux Natural solutions: • Chlorophyll • Wheatgrass juice powder • Betaine hydrochloride (if there isn’t irritation to the gut or esophagus) • Apple cider vinegar diluted in water and consumed through a straw (if there isn’t irritation to the gut or esophagus) 2. Alkalosis Natural solutions: • Betaine hydrochloride (if there isn’t irritation to the gut or esophagus) • Apple cider vinegar diluted in water and consumed through a straw (if there isn’t irritation to the gut or esophagus) • Healthy Keto® and intermittent fasting • TUDCA 3. Costochondritis Natural support: • Massaging and stretching the spine • Using a mobility stick 4. COVID Natural support: • Thiamine (vitamin B1) DATA: ▶️ • Shortness of Breath / Air Hunger / Si... https://www.hormonesmatter.com/recove...
Let’s talk about what happens to your body when you drink soda. In a ten-ounce soda, there are up to ten teaspoons of sugar. Instead of cane sugar, soda companies are also using high-fructose corn syrup. High-fructose corn syrup can create even more problems than cane sugar, especially for the liver. The effects of fructose on the liver are actually similar to the effects of alcohol on the liver. Fructose creates more fat than glucose, and it doesn’t satisfy. Fructose can potentially lead to non-alcoholic fatty liver disease. The high-fructose corn syrup combined with caffeine in soda may lead to issues with your blood pressure, heart, brain, bones, and kidneys. Soda is also a key contributor to childhood obesity. The sugar in soda feeds unfriendly bacteria, yeast, and fungus. It can also suppress your immune system and make you more susceptible to infections. This can lead to other issues, including increased tumor growth. It’s crucial to point out that cancer thrives on sugar. Sugary drinks also block vitamin C and deplete vitamin B1 and vitamin D. Soft drinks are associated with over 180,000 deaths worldwide. But combining soda with a fast food meal is an even deadlier situation. DATA: https://www.princeton.edu/news/2010/0... https://usrtk.org/sweeteners/beverage... https://www.hsph.harvard.edu/news/hsp... https://www.hsph.harvard.edu/nutritio... https://usrtk.org/food-related-diseas...
Let’s talk about what would happen if you went two weeks with less than five hours of sleep each night. Getting seven to eight hours of sleep is the best way to support a healthy body. But many people aren’t getting enough quality sleep. There are so many health benefits of sleep. This is when our bodies recover, burn fat, and detoxify the most. Here are the top side effects of not getting enough sleep: • Fatigue • Mood changes • Poor cognitive function (with memory, focus, concentration) • Sympathetic hyperactivity • An increased risk of cardiovascular problems, stroke, and diabetes • Weight gain • Fatty liver • Immune system impairment • Poor recovery from injury, stress, or exercise If you have sleep apnea or you're a heavy snorer, you may experience an imbalance of oxygen and CO2, which can cause poor sleep. Other potential severe side effects of sleep apnea can include: • Brain atrophy • Increased risk of cancer, cardiovascular incidents, stroke, and diabetes There are many different natural things you can try for sleep apnea. Check out my other videos for more information. What to do if you’re not getting enough sleep: 1. Take a nap 2. Keep your room cool (between 60 to 68 degrees Fahrenheit) and leave your window open if possible 3. Try to keep the humidity in your room at 50% 4. Turn off all electronics in your room when you’re sleeping 5. Don’t overeat or undereat in the evening, and make sure to consume enough protein 6. Don’t eat too late in the evening 7. As it gets dark, start dimming the lights and avoiding blue light
I’ve done a lot of videos on cortisol, especially as it relates to the adrenal body type or adrenal glands. But I haven’t done a video on the foods that lower cortisol. That’s what we’re going to talk about today. Of course, there are a lot of benefits to reducing cortisol, but we’re not going to get into that today. Instead, I want to cover the foods that can help you lower cortisol naturally. Cortisol adapts the body to a stress state. It's important to note that the body doesn’t know the difference between mental stress and physical stress. A high level of sugar in your blood affects cortisol and adrenaline. In other words, consuming sugar, refined carbs, and starches keeps you in stress mode. On the flip side, the Healthy Keto® diet and intermittent fasting help lower cortisol and promote a sense of calm. The best foods to lower cortisol and stress: 1. Egg yolks 2. Organ meats 3. Nutritional yeast or sunflower seeds 4. Dark leafy green vegetables 5. Salmon and other fatty fish 6. Probiotics and fermented foods (sauerkraut, kefir, pickles, kimchi) DATA: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/arti... https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/arti... https://link.springer.com/article/10....
Comments (33)

Mike Madger

Summary: Basically, everything you eat bloats you.

Aug 15th
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Armita Ra

thank you

Oct 10th
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Milania Greendevald

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Aug 28th
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Gino

hi Dr Berg. I'm really enjoying the podcasts. if I may make one suggestion. the volume of the actual podcast is really low, especially in comparison to the introduction. if it's possible can you increase the volume the actual podcast. I find myself increasing the volume to the max in order to hear you. thanks again

Jul 31st
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Jared Krumm

The intro is soo loud. the rest of each episode is so quiet. Take your pick but, for goodness sake, find a balance.

Jul 13th
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Lola

It’s li (lye) pase…

Feb 10th
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Paul Bass

walking after covid to get back to running

Oct 6th
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T Bott

Great episode!

Sep 10th
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Karen Hauser

Dr Berg is it possible to be allergic to coconut oil?

Feb 9th
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Tien Le

Commenting specifically to ask if you can edit the podcasts to be at the same volume throughout the episode. It starts out sooo loud then gets really low so you have to constantly adjust the volume. My earsss.

Nov 10th
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Alireza Goodarzi

liked it.

Oct 31st
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Mathchef

Dr. Berg, was this your first CAC test? I was just curious if you had one before you started Keto.

Oct 29th
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ForexTraderNYC

haha fell down upside down on your head? how did that happen...*imagines* :)

Oct 20th
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ForexTraderNYC

excellent episode a good brkdown of years of practical diet wisdom in 10 minutes! can't beat that.

Oct 20th
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Marc Villalobos

hey, Dr Berg, interesting cast. i fast often, and find my body's normal expulsions of oils from foods. my skin a smoother, cleaner, and oil free. i started intermittently (fasting) and had to move to longer intervals because my body was resisting weigh loss. i have break through and feel great. now, i view food as a necessary evil (given its depleted state from various causes - another topic). so i fast 5 days and off week ends. also, i introduced weight lifting to enjoy proper balanced meals (1x) day. still enjoying weight loss. bottom line is fasting is a very healthy, albeit highly disciplined undertaking. American diet is to blame for poor health - period.

Oct 11th
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JamiSue Sharp

love Dr. berg, but too long of an intro. I hear it too much. Always great info and I can't get enough.

Oct 2nd
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Glenys Howitt

what supplements should I be taking? if everything on the internet is to be believed I should be taking bucket loads of vitamins and minerals. thank you Glenys

Sep 13th
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Simone Valdez

I don't see a link or any information of humic acid. I would like to learn as much as possible. I suffer off and on with fatigue and all the other symptoms.

Aug 31st
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Mathchef

Would you recommend a diabetic eat closer to bedtime if they're doing omad? Would that prevent bs fluctuations during the night?

Jan 16th
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Discernment Queen

Thank you 💯👍🏽

Nov 19th
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