Over 50% of Women Have THIS?!

Fibroids are the #1 reason women get hysterectomies. Find out about the best vitamin to help shrink fibroids naturally.

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0:00 Introduction: What are fibroids?
1:14 Vitamin D for uterine fibroids
3:00 Vitamin D research
5:25 How to shrink fibroids naturally

Around 20% to 50% of all women will have some sort of fibroid or endometriosis before the age of 50. A fibroid is a growth on the uterus that is not cancerous. 

Research has shown that vitamin D may help shrink the size of fibroids.

If you’re vitamin D deficient, your risk of developing uterine fibroids is much higher. Vitamin D naturally inhibits the enzyme aromatase, which converts androgens to estrogen. Vitamin D can also affect the fibroid itself. If you have enough vitamin D, certain tumor and cancer cells will commit suicide.

Dr. Bruce Hollis has done extensive research on the benefits of vitamin D but says a lot of research on vitamin D has been rejected by top medical journals!

Around 50,000 IUs of vitamin D daily may help shrink fibroids in the uterus. You’ll also need to take the following vitamin D cofactors:
•500 mcg vitamin K2
•800 mg magnesium
•50 mg zinc
•Vitamin B6 and boron (recommended dose on the bottle)

More tips to help shrink fibroids naturally:
• Get on the ketogenic diet
• Increase your consumption of cruciferous vegetables
• Limit dairy consumption

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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, 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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Thanks for watching! I hope this helps you shrink fibroids naturally and eliminate uterine fibroid symptoms. I’ll see you in the next video.

Dave McKinnon
 

  • @hafsakhan136 says:

    Thanks for making this video, very useful

  • @pjprevite3021 says:

    Vitamin D is just important for almost everything isn’t it? Thanks Dr berg

    • @Cosmogirl014 says:

      It sure is, especially as we age.

    • @FirstDagger says:

      And remember to take it with enough Vitamin K2 and Magnesium for the Vitamin D to be absorbed properly.

    • @Cosmogirl014 says:

      @@FirstDagger I do I take it all every day. I never get sick, even though I have a chronic illness. All I will say is I can’t use b6, it brings on my neuropathy.

  • @PaperMario64 says:

    Thank you, Doctor Berg. I’m hoping to shrink mine and avoid surgery.

  • @Yahpah says:

    Protect this man at all cost! He saved my life!

  • @throughthevalleytherapy says:

    I literally got the news yesterday that I have 3 fibroids after an emergency ultrasound and woke up to this. WHOA it’s like Dr. Berg is psychic or the phone is listening 😬🤣. Btw whoever is reading this and if you have faith please pray for me. 🙏🏽🕊️

  • @Ultra_Marathoner_Denis_Keane says:

    Over 50% of the videos I watch on YouTube are Dr Bergs 😮

  • @mdazmathullah2839 says:

    Thanks for the detailed explainer on this!

  • @vickysawaan2156 says:

    What a great health remedy,my doctor doesn’t know the cause of my stomach pain ,she just told me to take anti gases tablets.terrified me

    • @emh8861 says:

      Same with my neice. 😢

    • @seattlesix9953 says:

      The difference between treating symptoms versus causes. Dr Coimbra from San Paulo, Brazil, developed a protocol regarding vitamin D3 and Dr Berg has mentioned a few times. Well worth a look as dozens of doctors around the world have adopted it. Wouldn’t be surprised if there’s doctor familiar with it near you. Dr Chaffee is another from Perth, Australia is another. Low fat diets are very taxing to a body especially the upper right quadrant of the abdomen

    • @seattlesix9953 says:

      The difference between treating symptoms and causes. Dr. Coimbra out of San Paulo. Brazil developed a protocol that dozens of doctors around the world use. I wouldn’t be surprised if there was a doctor near you familiar with it. Dr. Chaffee out of Perth Australia is another.

    • @seattlesix9953 says:

      The difference between treating symptoms and causes. Dr. Coimbra out of San Paulo. Brazil developed a protocol that dozens of doctors around the world use. I wouldn’t be surprised if there was a doctor near you familiar with it. Dr. Chaffee out of Perth Australia is another.

    • @seattlesix9953 says:

      The difference between treating symptoms and causes. Dr. Coimbra out of San Paulo. Brazil developed a protocol that dozens of doctors around the world use. I wouldn’t be surprised if there was a doctor near you familiar with it. Dr. Chaffee out of Perth Australia is another.

  • @jennifersmith8640 says:

    Perhaps you should have talked about Adenomyosis as well. Endometriosis and Adenomyosis often go hand in hand.

    • @anunewton623 says:

      Need to know about adenomyosis

    • @jenniferjenkins6042 says:

      Yes I had both stage 4 plus complicated large cysts a few times and PCOS 😓…multiple ops, scar adhesions, couldn’t have kids, affected work, I had a hysterectomy and was in ICU on a ventilator after. Very hard journey! My vitamin d was always low as well as hypothyroidism and hypoglycemia

    • @Dorothy-qr4ln says:

      Am getting an hysterectomy next week because of adenomyosis

  • @Katsnacks says:

    Yeah I have 12 cc fibroid. And I WAS VEGAN. Something that’s not being addressed is individuals always assuming that it’s food it’s also clothing and chemicals that can help offset fibroids.
    I like the fact of taking vitamins, but then nobody’s addressing usually when you have fibroids, they put you on high hormonal birth control to combat the fibroids. Also, I was getting symptoms of PMDD so I was getting put on antidepressants. Now I have an allergy to vitamins, but it’s hard to find vitamins that will not offset symptoms of sickness because of my other prescriptions..

    • @god563616 says:

      Omgosh?? As a Vegan?? I’ve noticed the more studies come out about veganism the more it’s shown it’s good but not the healthiest diet. Prayers for you. I’m in my 30’s and I know 2 of my friends who run marathons and are fit body and health wise have fibroids but both also have healthy children so not everyone has hysterectomies from it. Stay in faith 🙏🌹

  • @kelleennordquist5697 says:

    Oh Dr Berg…thank you for putting this out there. I wish i would’ve had this precious information, 16 yrs ago. I had a “partial” hysterectomy and wasn’t even IN menopause yet and immediately after the surgery, was thrust in to it. They put my on HRT and 6 yrs ago, my Dr slipped and said that hormones POSTPONE the inevitable. I went off. I’ve been miserable ever since…UNTIL…YOUR VIDEOS. Now there’s hope..FINALLY. You have no clue, what you’re doing for women like me. We appreciate ALL YOU DO…THANK YOU!

    • @Five0Five says:

      I’m 44 and just finished going through menopause. Luckily I only had 4 years, my mother had around 7. I was early at getting my period and early to go into menopause. It was hell and I hope your hell ends soon!

  • @zoomingjapan says:

    I have read about the Vitamin D connection and fibroids quite often. I’m supplementing for years now. I do have a fibroid, now for 11 years already. Around 2019 I stopped taking birth control pill because it really messed up my hormonal balance. It was around that time that the growth slowed down. However, I also started supplementing Vit D around that time, so maybe it was both of these things. I’ll keep taking Vit D, K2 and Magnesium, but I’m also looking into B6 now.
    ECEG – green tea extract, I think, is also supposed to help. I already drink matcha (always have) several times a week. I’m not sure if I should cut out coffee as I read that caffeine could be a hormonal disruptor as well …

    I did read about keto diets sometimes helping women in shrinking their fibroids. It’s one of the only diets out there I haven’t tried yet. I’m slightly underweight and need to be careful anyways. But I’m doing 16:8 intermittent fasting a few times per week already.

    I have cut out cow milk a long time ago, but I sometimes get yogurt, kefir and cheese. Maybe I should cut out these more as well.

    Not sure if I’m ready to go keto, but maybe I’ll try a low car diet for a while and see how my body reacts.

    Thanks so much!

    I don’t want sorgery especially as long as the fibroid is asymptomatic …..

  • @Queenphoen says:

    Both my mother and grandmother have had hysterectomies due to fibroids. I don’t think it’s hereditary, I think our lifestyle has caused it. I’m trying to make a difference and be healthier, more active and make sure I get all my vitamins and minerals. Thank you Dr. Berg for your videos! I feel better now at 30 than I have my entire life.

    • @d80s says:

      People with high estrogen tend to develop fibroids

    • @too2great8 says:

      ​@@d80sYes, and most women have hormonal imbalances due to high estrogen.

    • @god563616 says:

      I’m in my 30’s and I know 2 of my friends who run marathons and are fit body and health wise have fibroids but both also have healthy children so not everyone has hysterectomies from it.

  • @reneedevry4361 says:

    I deeply regret the loss of my Uterus and 1 ovary back in 2005. If only I had known about Magnesium, D3 and B vitamins effects on Fibroids back then. A fibroid went cancerous.
    Because I had severe PMDD I believed the Doctors that a hysterectomy would improve my life. Not even remotely true.

    I had already beat Cancer once before but it was time consuming and more expensive than free surgery.
    One of the worst decisions of my life.

    • @ladi2612 says:

      Hi how did you feel now that you remove your uterus
      Why are you said you regret it
      Can you share

    • @god563616 says:

      🙏🙏🙏 Don’t worry. You are still alive to tell your story while others are not❤ that’s a blessing alone🎉

  • @lman100 says:

    60 thousand new cases of cancer patients in Algeria. Prayers for their recovery

  • @gaitreeferguson3012 says:

    So much life saving information now and I wish I knew many years back. This info will help a lot of people in present time. You are great. Stay bless always.

  • @K2blades2 says:

    Hey Dr. Berg, THANK YOU FOR THIS INFO!! I am 64 and when I was in my 40’s I had fibroids real bad. The doctor wanted to give me a hysterectomy of course. I avoided him after that. I started taking nattokinase and that is what helped me! It shrunk them down and I felt much better!! I WISH I would have known about vitamin D back then.

  • @Li_ShuWei says:

    Dr. Berg you are the best! That’s why I have been following you since 2018. If I had to cancel all my subscriptions for the purpose of minimal life, the only one I will keep is your channel.

  • @anubialose125 says:

    After praying yesterday., this video came up today. God bless you Doctor Berg.

  • @melissakennedy2849 says:

    😂😂😂Karen, I love that response! I love your videos, Dr. berg, entertaining, and informative! Thanks for all the great work you do!❤

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