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Did you know that water does not hydrate you?😱 💦 Watch this video to learn why! #drberg #keto

Dr. Eric Berg DC Bio:
Dr. Berg, age 58, is a chiropractor who specializes in Healthy Ketosis & Intermittent Fasting. He is the author of the best-selling book The Healthy Keto Plan, and is the Director of Dr. Berg Nutritionals. 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.

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  • @clapton731 says:

    dont drink water eat the water

  • @kwesigafrank6442 says:

    Wow, that’s informative Dr. Now I’m even more confused

  • @RobbmanGaming says:

    Heard you add a spoon full of sea salt to your water, dont know if thats true…

  • @gladysjohnson2320 says:

    Hello Dr when I don’t drink enough water my brain is in balance and i 😊dehydrate But when I drink some water am Okay

  • @marysh3840 says:

    I appreciate you, Dear Dr. Berg.

  • @JoeyDNetsfan says:

    So what about water weight?

  • @turtletom8383 says:

    Distilled or your not thirsty

  • @themblan says:

    If you’re thirsty and dehydrated, drink water. It’s better than nothing.

  • @saqibhussain862 says:

    It is correct i have personaly experience this there should be minerals balance not only sodium but potassium and magnesium also even other 2 are more important than sodium as we usually consume lot of sodium through processed foods

    • @terrygarvin1980 says:

      I have been avoiding processed food and avoiding salt and I got into trouble. Now I drink water and make sure I get minerals of all sorts.

    • @melaniemacdonald2314 says:

      ​@@terrygarvin1980healthy unprocessed foods have plenty of healthy minerals and vitamins in them.

  • @ramsnover3599 says:

    Ok ,Much respect,Dr.Berg lets break it down for real…Water intake :2quarts/day minimum, 25% or 16oz.of that with lemon or cucumber in it to be Alkylied, then 8oz. glass of distilled water at night to induce mineral saturation in the blood…Next : eat 2 + stalks of celery for the best sodium uptake,then eat fruit for potasium there is your electrolytes…then based on Blood type eat your right Protein, and amount for your age ,genetics, activity level, then eat active fat, from nuts beans, avacodo, not much saturated fat…Complex carbs…minimum processed foods…possible Multi vitamin/ Mineral .Thanku

  • @classy4ever63 says:

    That explains why whenever I drank water I would feel more dehydrated. It never quenched my thirst and I would run back to soda. I started drinking lemon water and it gives me Soo much relief now…

  • @MiguelRPD says:

    Yep hes right. Im an amazon driver and a year ago I had heat exhaustion. It was particularly humid this Florida day. And I kept drinking and drinking water. But my thirst was never satiated. 2 hours I started to feel odd, confused and time slowed down. I didnt feel as hot as before. I reported it to my dispatcher. Went to a gas station. Drank Gatorade and in 30 minutes i felt reasonably later.

    The next day i felt like my eyes were going to burst. I was exhausted and nauseous. I was out of commission for an entire week.

    Ive learned from that experience, adjusted my water/sodium intake and I didnt experience a day like that again.

  • @reginawhitlock4227 says:

    Just don’t worry about it. Drink water when you’re thirsty. If you’re in the desert without water, you’ll die.

  • @Lizardgeek says:

    Separate dehydration into two things:

    Electrolyte defecient

    Can cause you to expel fluid you need or retain too much depending on ratios.

    Fluid defecient

    You are now have low levels of fluids which is where you run into problems

  • @melaniemacdonald2314 says:

    Water is good for the body. Period. You should be getting your minerals and vitamins from the foods u eat.

  • @bilalk85 says:

    Lemon water with a pinch of salt

  • @consorciasantiago4009 says:

    As an RN I can say I have the same concept about hydration . I have been explaining this to my friends.
    Thank you for this vital info.

  • @brandonthepinocchioVIBES123321 says:

    Learning about health seems endless and balancing out to be the best healthiest version of yourself is complicated, it’s great we got you Dr Berg to help de complicate things majorly especially with a lot of false or very basic information out there

  • @izreenfarah8689 says:

    Hi Dr Berg. How to remain hydrated with graves disease and sjogrens syndrome? I live in Malaysia and the weather here is very hot and my body always feels hot like i am having a fever. The worst thing is i am not sweating at all and the tendency to have high heart rate and palpitation is high during hot weather. How to avoid myself from going to ER multiple times in this summertime?

  • @anara5570 says:

    Doctor, tell us more about Lp(a),‼️‼️‼️ which is part of LDL but is solely produced by liver and cannot be decreased by diet. In fact, the opposite. Per most recent research, Replacement of dietary saturated fat with protein, carbohydrates or unsaturated fat increases Lp(a) levels by 10–15%.

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