The Most DANGEROUS Way to Lose a LOT of Fat

Is fasting dangerous? Find out about dry vs. wet fasting for weight loss.

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0:00 Introduction: How to lose weight with fasting
0:17 Dry fasting explained
2:07 The truth about water
3:05 How to do dry fasting
3:40 Water fasting vs. dry fasting
4:38 Tips for doing dry fasting
5:25 How to end a fast

Today, I’m going to share some of the amazing benefits of dry fasting and water fasting There are over 50 genes that protect us from famine and drought and produce many health benefits. Fasting can help you lose weight, burn fat, and live longer. It helps improve cardiovascular health and can improve your blood sugars.

A study involving birds compared birds who ate food and drank water, birds who only drank water, and birds who were essentially dry fasting as they flew across the desert. The group of dry-fasting birds generated 6 times more water than the group of birds that drank water! The dry-fasting birds also burned more fat.

When fat is burned with oxygen from the air, it turns into water. The idea that we need massive amounts of water was developed from a campaign that terrified us of dehydration! You don’t need to overdo it with water; you just need to drink when you’re thirsty.

Dry fasting is a useful tool for weight loss, but you want to ensure you do it correctly for the most fasting benefits. Follow a low-carb diet for a while before trying dry fasting. Once your body is adapted to fat burning, you’ll find that fasting is much easier.

Try water fasting before attempting dry fasting. If you’re water fasting, you can consume water, electrolytes, supplements, and sea salt. If you’re dry fasting, you don’t consume anything.

One day of dry fasting is equal to three days of water fasting! Dry fasting turns off digestion and allows the kidneys time to rest, allowing your body to switch into repair mode.

After your fast, begin eating gradually, starting with liquids. Kefir and bone broth are good choices to break your fast.

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 increases your awareness about how dry fasting can be used as a tool to help you lose weight. I’ll see you in the next video.

Dave McKinnon
 

  • @JSFGuy says:

    Here we have it.

  • @sabarasouli9156 says:

    Doctor could you please create video about kidney stone

  • @Marathoner87 says:

    We’re back in the *WOODROOM* ❤

  • @norahalguoson501 says:

    Yes you are right dr dry fasting made feel better and it is easier than what might people think I’m doing carnivore and omad and dry fasting I swear I’ve never feel better in my life ❤

  • @a.williams10 says:

    Wonderful content, Dr Berg. Love your sarcastic humour. Thank you 💜🎉

  • @alaaajeel7558 says:

    Again we love you from Iraq 🇮🇶❤♥

  • @containedhurricane says:

    Make sense, because humans didn’t always have access to drinking water before the agriculture era

    • @SpamMouse says:

      In those days much of our liquid came from raw vegetables and meats.

    • @grimvallius8679 says:

      They got water from streams

    • @saifrulz08 says:

      ​@@grimvallius8679exactly, supplements were next to a water source always. You’d never see a settlement in barren land

    • @el_duderino_man says:

      Some people up north never sweat. Some people down south sweat a lot everyday. It would be interesting to know the differences in health of people in different climates.

  • @chas3997 says:

    You are a genius mate I love your attention to detail😅

  • @fidelcatsro6948 says:

    Dr Berg notes:
    Today, Dr Berg shares some of the amazing benefits of dry fasting and water fasting There are over 50 genes that protect us from famine and drought and produce many health benefits. Fasting can help you lose weight, burn fat, and live longer. It helps improve cardiovascular health and can improve your blood sugars.

    A study involving birds compared birds who ate food and drank water, birds who only drank water, and birds who were essentially dry fasting as they flew across the desert. The group of dry-fasting birds generated 6 times more water than the group of birds that drank water! The dry-fasting birds also burned more fat.

    When fat is burned with oxygen from the air, it turns into water. The idea that we need massive amounts of water was developed from a campaign that terrified us of dehydration! You don’t need to overdo it with water; you just need to drink when you’re thirsty.

    Dry fasting is a useful tool for weight loss, but you want to ensure you do it correctly for the most fasting benefits. Follow a low-carb diet for a while before trying dry fasting. Once your body is adapted to fat burning, you’ll find that fasting is much easier.

    Try water fasting before attempting dry fasting. If you’re water fasting, you can consume water, electrolytes, supplements, and sea salt. If you’re dry fasting, you don’t consume anything.

    One day of dry fasting is equal to three days of water fasting! Dry fasting turns off digestion and allows the kidneys time to rest, allowing your body to switch into repair mode.

    After your fast, begin eating gradually, starting with liquids. Kefir and bone broth are good choices to break your fast.

    Thank you Dr Berg!

    😺👍

    • @azdbuk says:

      Why did you just repeat the information?

    • @ursaursaxx3517 says:

      You mentioned staying inside during the day not moving and sweating too much, but if it’s 12h the big part of it can I guess be done overnight?

  • @helpinyerdasellavon says:

    Amazing video and your sarcasm is spot on! When I was bad with covid couldn’t eat for a few days, did dry fasting for half a day then drank diluted ACV with fresh lemon juice, had light foods like some yogurt, chicken broths, slept a lot, dropped off weight and recovered quickly. Thanks, Dr Berg 👍🏻

  • @marysh3840 says:

    Perfect and useful knowledge as always. I appreciate your help.

  • @curtis-thebicentennialist1776 says:

    Thanks Dr Berg.
    The more we learn about the human body, the more evident it becomes that we were created, and not evolved from a big bang. Seek God while He may be found.

    • @tetrasphere8165 says:

      That doesn’t even mean anything

    • @ollonskall3 says:

      Your gOD should come and help humanity instead of hiding like a coward in texts. But he can’t. It’s been 2000 years since his last messenger walked the earth

  • @bilalo.1716 says:

    Thank you for the information Dr. Berg! 💪🏾

  • @hudarawas4411 says:

    Great material

  • @manjolaskendo4236 says:

    It sounds great. Thank you for being so helpful!!❤

  • @mekman4 says:

    I appreciate this. I gave this a try a while back and it does burn fat pretty quickly. I could go for a day (and a little longer) but that’s because I can already fast without food and electrolytes because I’ve been following your healthy keto plan for the last two years and my body had adapted to ketosis. I did lose weight, but now I understand why. So for me a dry fast for a day is a regular fast. I had plateaued and was retaining water weight for a while so this was pretty meaningful to me.

    Thank you! Always!

  • @a.k.1902 says:

    Any time I fast, I dry fast, usually for 2 days. Whilst I never feel thirsty during this time, if I were to, I would of course have a drink.

  • @bjenkins0344 says:

    When we visit our orphanages in Africa, we see the natives only drink once or twice a day because it’s so difficult to get water. They’ve been doing that forever.

  • @laurazundel5214 says:

    Interesting video! Thank you!!!!

  • @JacobCarlson-uq1my says:

    Beautiful beautiful beautiful!
    So nice to watch your shared knowledge 🙏🏻

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