This Vitamin Reverses GLAUCOMA

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Glaucoma is the second leading cause of blindness. Find out about one of the best natural remedies for glaucoma.

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0:00 Introduction: What is glaucoma?
0:46 Facts about glaucoma
1:38 Glaucoma and vitamin D
3:29 Vitamin D resistance
5:05 Vitamin D dosage

In this video, we’re going to talk about one of the best natural remedies for glaucoma. Glaucoma is a condition where there is increased pressure inside the eyeball. This puts pressure on the optic nerve and can diminish your vision and cause blindness.

Around 80 million people in the world have glaucoma, and 50% of them are unaware that they have it. Research suggests that glaucoma could be an autoimmune disease, which would explain why this natural remedy is so effective!

In 2014, a study involving over 6,000 people in Korea showed a very high correlation between people with low vitamin D and glaucoma. People with glaucoma had three times more problems with the vitamin D receptor.

A German doctor named Dr. Harald Schelle uses high doses of vitamin D for numerous eye problems. Many autoimmune cases of glaucoma have a genetic problem with the vitamin D receptor, the conversion from the inactive to the active form of vitamin D, or an issue with vitamin D absorption. Collectively, these problems are referred to as vitamin D resistance.

To combat vitamin D resistance, you must increase your dosage. The standard recommendation for vitamin D is 20 ng per ml, however this is outdated and inaccurate. Dr. Schelle says we should have between 100 to 150 ng per ml of vitamin D.

Dr. Coimbra from Brazil has also seen excellent results using high doses of vitamin D for autoimmune conditions. He recommends starting with 1000 IUs of vitamin D per kilogram of body weight. For example, a person weighing 84 kilograms would need 84,000 IUs of vitamin D3 daily.

To minimize the risk of calcium buildup in the arteries, try the following:
•Don’t take a calcium supplement
•Reduce your consumption of calcium-rich foods
•Drink 2.5 liters of fluid daily
•Take 100 mcg of vitamin K2 for every 10,000 IUs of vitamin D3
•Take 600 mg of magnesium daily

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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 explains the benefits of vitamin D and how it can be used as a remedy for glaucoma. I’ll see you in the next video.

Dave McKinnon
 

  • @CandidLy1 says:

    My dad’s best friend had glaucoma in the last ten years of his life. He was just the sweetest man and it stopped him being able to play golf his most favorite pastime. He never complained once but I could see his suffering bless his heart. Thank you Dr Berg.Wish I had known about this then.

  • @ensabahnur7657 says:

    My Girlfriend was just diagnosed with Glaucoma & passing info to her, thanks!

  • @miltonbates6425 says:

    If you can’t get enough daily sun exposure, high doses of Vitamin D3 with K2 should be part of everyones daily routine.

    • @cindylang7402 says:

      I need to do this. My vitamin D is always right at the very low end of normal range.

    • @chelly2468 says:

      @@cindylang7402Dr bergs supplements are awesome. He does use synthetic stuff like they do with supplements at department stores. I noticed this one I was taking had soybean oil in it and that’s when I decided to switch to Dr Bergs supplements. Just thought I’d share 😊

    • @MR-xy4tf says:

      What brand of Vit K do you use?

    • @susanj.damico4771 says:

      @@MR-xy4tf , I use Dr. Berg’s Vit D, K2..

    • @ChineseKnife says:

      @@MR-xy4tf maybe you didn’t watched dr.berg old video he recommended solgar

  • @C.N.1 says:

    It’s NOT calcium.
    I was reading about a condition called Chondrosarcoma the other day. I couldn’t help but wonder if these diseases are really what “they” say they are, or is a lot of this just simply calcification of the body. Yes, too much sugar, yes cellular toxicity from glyphosate and other toxic exposure ruining glycine and collagen production, inflammation etc. Calcification needs much more looking into as a possible cause of the symptoms “they” call diseases 😐 Hope this makes a little sense! Have a great day, y’all! 👊

  • @gordontickle1673 says:

    Thank you Dr Berg I am a 71yo male currently suffering from Glochoma my vision is like swimming underwater with eyes open.

  • @hadrian3487 says:

    It’s what everyone was lacking during Covid, if everyone took vitamin D instead of waiting one year for a vaccine, then the pandemic would have lasted 6 months not 3 years.

  • @rexterrier1 says:

    I was diagnosed with glaucoma at 41. I’ve had 2 eye surgeries. Thank you for this important information. Shared.

  • @whowrotethebookofLove says:

    I was told I had glaucoma in my right eye in 2018 at the age of 70. I also had tons of tests throughout my life and was told I had nerve damage, and a host of other things. All I was given from any doctor was pills or injections. Was told at age 40 I had the bones of a 78-year-old. (3 spinal fractures) My whole life I told doctors I felt worse after eating. Just sent to one specialist to another. I finally stopped going to doctors and figured out myself what was wrong. Undiagnosed Celiac. After suffering excruciating face and head pain for decades lasting for up to 5 days and nights. I stopped gluten and no longer have any head or face pain. The pain in my eye has stopped and I am confident in time my full sight will be restored. Not one doctor ever spoke of vitamins or checked for cause. Just gave meds.
    Thank you for this video. I’ve been upping my vitamin D and all vitamins since I realized the cause in 2020. 💗

    • @dawnelder9046 says:

      Arthritis they called growing pains at age 5. Along with other issues. Finally at age 47, when I found out gluten was the problem, I stopped getting growing pains.

    • @nazem3079 says:

      I wish you speedy recovery 🙏. My grandfather lived 106 years. He rarely saw a doctor. He used to say: Grown man is own doctor! I agree that most physicians are very quick in prescribing meds. They don’t bother to look at nutrition therapy or strengthen patients’ immunity!

    • @vileekng3191 says:

      Agreed 😊

    • @johngeraghty2757 says:

      How much Vitamin D3 are you now taking each day. And also K2 with Vitamin D3?

    • @bocla6163 says:

      Doctors are not trained in nutrition in med school. They are educated to prescribe medications which is what you experienced. Thankfully we now have people like Dr. Berg to educate us in what we need to know to get healthier.

  • @Q1776Q says:

    I had steroid induced glaucoma, oddly enough..from steroid eye drops used to treat an eye infection. I suddenly lost the vision in the center of my eyes and was seeing lightning bolts in my vision everywhere. I went directly to the eye doctor and my eye pressure was 67 ( they were in complete shock).. they had me stop the eye drops and they prescribed a drop to lower my eye pressure. I went back the next day and my pressure was back to 14. I have had no problems since and have not taken the steroid drops in years.

  • @charmawow says:

    Thanks so much for this information…..my Dad was taking eye drops for glaucoma I. The last few years of his life (he passed away aged 89), so my optician always keeps a check on this condition. I’ve been taking Vitamin D on and off for a few years but I’ll be making sure I get back to taking it regularly again from now on.

  • @RayaEagleWings says:

    Dr Berg thank you so much for this ~ my grandmother and father lost their sight, lived to Almost 100, and healthy ~ this is eye opening to me, literally, love your wisdom and knowledge. Wishing you a wonderful day. 😊🇹🇹🌺

  • @CrazyFunnyCats says:

    We’ve taken millions of photos and videos in our lifetime, we need to keep our eyes 👀 healthy ❤ so we can see all the beautiful things we’ve seen and caught on camera 📷.
    You Rock Doc! Happy Sunday!✨☕️☕️☕️✨ We shared this helpful video with 10 friends so far. They all love your youtube channel. 🎉

  • @user-nn7yv7tb6f says:

    11.9 millions subscribers benefit from sharing knowledge thank you ❤🇿🇦🌹

  • @anitachisnell8412 says:

    Glaucoma is in my family, my dear old grandad had his eyes removed because of it when he was in his early forties. Thankfully he was an exceptionally gifted and talented man and didn’t let it get in the way of the many things he enjoyed doing.

  • @phiology1983 says:

    I work in an eye clinic. Risk factors are family Hx of Glaucoma, High blood pressure, diabetes, eye surgeries, injury or trauma to the eyes, medication like steroids. Can cause Glaucoma, also to add there are different types of Glaucoma. Goodthing is we have treatments for it now surgeries or eye drops to lower the pressure of the eye. If caught early treatment can prevent further damage to the optic nerve

    • @stanley8574 says:

      I wanted to have the stents put in when I had cataract surgery but the POS health insurance I had would not approve the procedure. The drops work well and are cheap though so its not a big deal.

  • @peterpetiet7900 says:

    I work as an Optometrist in an eye clinic : please, when you try this high vitamine D dose for glaucoma, use your eye drops and go to your checkups ! Glaucoma can cause loss of visual field when your eye pressure is too high. IF your eye pressure will lower, you can ask your eye doctor to stop with eye drops to see if your eye pressure stay low enough. And keep your checkups !

  • @BroJohana says:

    This doctor needs to be cloned and put into every medical school to re-educate doctors with correct information about health. He is brilliant, and a gem of a person to anyone with common sense about how to improve their health in a sustained way. I just love learning from his simple to understand videos. I respect this man immensely. 🙏🙏🙏

  • @justjennb11 says:

    I’m on glaucoma watch and using eye drops for eye pressure. I’ve watched so many of your videos that talk about vit D being the answer. I’ve already been diagnosed with a vit D deficiency, but after watching your videos, I realize I need more than my dr. put me on. Thank you so much for everything you do.

  • @mellyjayne says:

    Dr. Berg deserves a nobel prize for his work.

  • @Trooper-2006 says:

    Dr eric berg!!! You are the greatest man for factual non biased information based on facts and knowledge!!! Watching your videos and changed and shaped my future and all my actions! Learning the benefits of eggs, intermittent fasting and the dangers of insulin resistance has enlightened me. I tell people about what I learn on your channel all the time and recommend them to watch you as well!!!

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