Shocking Effects of Vitamin Deficiencies

Did you know that nutritional deficiencies can cause debilitating health problems? Find out about the missing piece in modern medicine.

0:00 Introduction: Nutritional deficiencies and modern medicine
0:22 Neurasthenia
1:10 Tourette syndrome
1:55 Persecutory delusions
3:03 Restless legs syndrome
4:05 Panic, anxiety, worry
4:46 Sensation of impending doom

Today, we’ll discuss the importance of nutritional deficiencies. In modern medicine, many health problems are labeled “idiopathic” when they actually stem from nutritional deficiency.

These 6 devastating health conditions can be the result of nutritional deficiencies.

1. Neurasthenia
This is a condition in which your nervous system and brain are depleted, causing fatigue and mood problems. Vitamin B3 in the form of niacin can help with this problem. Try taking 500 mg for 3 days, gradually increasing to 1000 mg daily. Also, make sure you follow a healthy diet!

2. Tourette syndrome
Tourette syndrome is characterized by sudden involuntary movements and verbal outbursts. It may also be the result of a vitamin B3 deficiency. Niacinamide, a form of vitamin B3, is a potential solution for Tourette syndrome symptoms. Try taking 500 to 1000 mg of niacinamide per day.

3. Persecutory delusions
Persecutory delusions consist of various mental symptoms caused by a nutritional deficiency. Feeling that you will be harmed or mistreated, apathy, disorganized thoughts, lack of clarity, lack of focus, and hallucinations are the most common symptoms of this condition. Persecutory delusions may be caused by a vitamin B12 deficiency.

4. Restless legs syndrome
This condition is characterized by the urge to move your legs, especially when sleeping. This is either caused by a vitamin B1 deficiency or an iron deficiency. If you have an iron deficiency, your palms, inner eyelids, and nail beds will likely be pale.

5. Panic, anxiety, worry
These symptoms are typically worse when you’re going to bed. Constant panic, anxiety, and worry are often caused by a vitamin B1 deficiency, which is usually caused by consuming too many carbs.

6. Sensation of impending doom
This is a mental problem that makes you feel like something bad is going to happen. It can be caused by a vitamin D3 deficiency. Try taking 20,000 IU of vitamin D3 every day for a few months.

Dr. Eric Berg DC Bio:
Dr. Berg, age 59, 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, 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 understand the impact that nutritional deficiencies can have on your health. I’ll see you in the next video.

Dave McKinnon

  • @saifrehman3630 says:

    Dr Berg is the greatest physician in the world, Alhamdulliah ❤

  • @MsSharondenadel says:

    The thumbnail says it all :

  • @Elkitrust says:

    Surely I’m not the only one who finds that thumbnail hilarious? 😂

    • @Entity72 says:

      I also did 🤣

    • @jasonbaldridge4281 says:

      Sadly most Doctors have an answer for everything, even if it’s wrong; in requires humility for a doctor to admit they lack any beneficial information to whatever said issues or symptoms.

    • @Zizzyyzz says:

      ​​@@jasonbaldridge4281Most doctors have been programmed by the *literal* snake oil salesman Rockefeller Medicine Model which has nothing to do with good health. Glad people are waking up!

  • @UniversalPatriots says:

    Dr. Berg is definitely a life saver 👍

  • @lisabrown8749 says:

    Wouldn’t it be a wonderful world if all the Doctors approached their patients as Dr. Berg!!

  • @user-qp7zz1hv7f says:

    Unfortunately, the healthcare system itself is not interested in curing a person. they want a client who will be treated forever, until death

  • @timothyjackson6191 says:

    The problem is the health system is profit driven and not based on good health outcomes for the patient

    • @amrmoustafa328 says:

      the thing is, going to a doctor is like going to a theme park you never know what is going to happen, and you have to follow/wait until His/her treatment is over to evaluate the whole experience because a good doctor can never give 100% all the time to all patients… and god bless.

  • @questfortruth665 says:

    I’d say that in today’s world, the feeling of impending doom isn’t so much a D3 deficiency as of what’s going on globally and in our country today!

  • @masterlightjames950 says:

    Not just modern medicine, but particularly modern Western medicine.

  • @EpicIntegral says:

    Best Doctor I’ve never met. Thank you

  • @deansapp4635 says:

    A cured patient is a lost customer

  • @zasta7 says:

    A treated patient and a dead patient, both are a loss for them. They want you sick, but alive.

  • @C.N.1 says:

    We need doctors who don’t indirectly promote the use/consumption of Ozempic, Lucky Charms, toxic injections, such as Botox around the eyes, etc. How sad. Have a wonderful Sunday, everyone! 🙂

  • @nevastrong2850 says:

    The healthcare system should be renamed as the Health Management Organization. It promotes & encourages long death, not long life, helping us “manage” our health with continual prescriptions.

  • @dakoderii4221 says:

    “No, you’re not in pain. You just think you’re in pain. You’re too young to feel pain. It’s science! I’m the doctor. I have a degree, you don’t!” 😑🤦‍♂

  • @containedhurricane says:

    It’s been many years since I took medicine. I’ve been relying on intermittent fasting and healthy eating to stay fit

  • @user-GazarooGuy says:

    So , 98% are attributed to a lack of the B vitamins.
    So take a good multi Vitamin B complex. Sorted.

    • @bobbarker5884 says:

      Don’t know if that’s a good idea. Taking them separately at different times of the day is probably a better idea. I watched a video a while back explaining folic acid blocks b-12 and leads to a deficiency. Folate is better and taking them at separate times is best. But good luck finding a b-complex with folate and not folic acid (and yes they are very different)

  • @tinyshamrocks2172 says:

    My RLS gets out of control sometimes.. thanks for touching on this!! I didn’t know about the iron deficiency issue.. both my Dad and I have pernicious anemia and really have to keep it in check and we both get RLS! You are awesome, thank you for being here for us, you are irreplaceable!!

  • @MichaelAnthony757 says:

    Important ⚠️ for those who have not taken regular niacin, it is quite powerful. I take 100 mg’s not 500 mg’s and it creates a powerful sensation on my body even at that low dose.

    If I were you, I’d start with 100-200 mg’s and slowly work your way up… 500 mg’s may hit your body with quite a shock. Though it may heal you over time… once you can adjust…

  • @terrawarwick says:

    You are very smart 🌻 I hope people listen closely to you. I spent most of my life traveling around the world exploring, experiencing various types of treatments in search/interest for well-being.

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