Dr. Eric Berg DC

Dr. Eric Berg DC

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Dr. Berg talks about the 13 serious side effects of low cholesterol.
1. Increase risk of getting certain types of diseases
2. Anemia
3. Increase risk of a stroke
4. Adrenal failure
5. Increase risk of infection
6. Increase risk of viruses
7. Increased risk of dying from all causes
8. Chronic inflammatory condition
9. Chronic liver disease
10. Depression
11. Increases the risk of respiratory diseases
12. Aortic dissection
13. Predisposes the critically ill to sepsis (blood poisoning) and adrenal failure.

What is considered low cholesterol? Less than 160! The truth is that high cholesterol is not nearly as dangerous compared to low cholesterol. Your body makes cholesterol (3000 mg a day) and when you consume less, your body makes more, and when you consume more, your body makes less.

Cholesterol is made to build hormones, build cellular membranes, builds brain and nerves, the immune system and even to make bile.

DATA:
https://www.escardio.org/The-ESC/Pres...
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/arti...
http://2fhjuw36qc3g36anx54adxd2nje.wp...
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hypocho...


Dr. Eric Berg DC Bio:
Dr. Berg, 52 years of age is a chiropractor who specializes in weight loss through nutritional and natural methods. His private practice is located in Alexandria, Virginia. His clients include senior officials in the U.S. government and the Justice Department, ambassadors, medical doctors, high-level executives of prominent corporations, scientists, engineers, professors, and other clients from all walks of life. He is the author of The New Body Type Guides, published by KB Publishing in January 2017. Dr. Berg trains chiropractors, physicians and allied healthcare practitioners in his methods, and to date he has trained over 2,500 healthcare professionals. He has been a past member of the Endocrinology Society, and has taught students as an adjunct professor at Howard University.

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Disclaimer:
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. 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. The Health & Wellness, Dr. Berg Nutritionals and Dr. Eric Berg, D.C. are not liable or responsible for any advice, course of treatment, diagnosis or any other information, services or product you obtain through this video or site.
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Comments :

Zbynek Kolacek

Zbynek Kolacek . 2 weeks ago

I think that’s my case, fighting cholesterol 215. No need, I know now thanks to Dr. Berg. Relax, eat & take it easy

Kerry Willis

Kerry Willis . 3 weeks ago

How do we up cholesterol though? :( Mine's low, it gives me issues, I'd like to get it higher.

Joao Durand

Joao Durand . 1 month ago

and DEMENTIA...

Summer Shelton

Summer Shelton . 1 month ago

So this video was posted just last year and none of the data links you put in the description are good links. Every single is saying it doesn't exist. So... that's great.

Florida Gal

Florida Gal . 2 months ago

Interesting. Drug Company tried to put me on Cholesterol Meds via the Pharmacy (not my doctor) because I have Diabetes. My Dr. said I should NOT be on Cholesterol Meds because I don't have a Cholesterol problem. Watch out for Drug Companies pushing their Meds.

Starry Night

Starry Night . 4 months ago

Dr. Berg !!! just learned that my 86 y/o father, who has been on Statins for close to 10 years, has been diagnosed with advanced Colon cancer. Those links below do not work. WHERE does it indicate in the "literature" 700% increase risk of Colon cancer with reduced cholesterol levels, plz? I have been researching the negatives on STatins since last December upon learning parents are on Statins.... I know about the attack on the Mitochondria/CoQ10 from STatins... not allowing Fat Soluable Vits. E, D, K2... All Antioxidants... But where is that clinical data. thx

Robin Bjoern

Robin Bjoern . 7 months ago

lol why are all links to the studys not online anymore? ^^

Emily Kelbell

Emily Kelbell . 7 months ago

Please do a video on how to properly increase low cholesterol. Because my husband has low numbers and Keto just makes cholesterol lower, what do we do? Thanks

にょろ~ん♂

にょろ~ん♂ . 8 months ago

I think the world where hypercholesterolemia live and the world where hypocholesterolemia live are totally differet, and thus totally different life they live.

Vida Twynham

Vida Twynham . 8 months ago

I’ve always tested high cholesterol, since my 20’s. Like 240 and with pregnancy, 380! They gave me pills I never took because I knew somehow, my cholesterol levels wasn’t making me sick, I got it down to 200 out of fear eventually. Thank you for explaining this 🙏 not a license to eat unhealthy but knowledge is half the battle!

Bartosz M

Bartosz M . 8 months ago

Low fat diet dropped my cholesterol to 147....nearly destroyed my health, gave me severe anxiety, depression, and some scary heart palpitations. Thank you for this video Dr. Berg, I am currently chugging raw eggs & raw milk with some cooked liver as I write this haha, thank you !!

Vicente Bissoli

Vicente Bissoli . 10 months ago

i believe i have familial hypocholesterolemia (and low apolipoprotein B), as my total cholesterol is 100 mg/dL. Besides, i have anxiety and depression. I don't know how to raise it and neither my doctor. I'm really scared!!

R V

R V . 11 months ago

Wow, I have low good cholesterol the doctor really had nothing to be able to tell me how to fix that. I have been wanting an answer for a long time At least 4 to 6 years. You never cease to amaze me. That's just a drop in the bucket to all the weird things symptoms diagnosis things that I've had in my life. Thanks for the clarity.

Rouf Ahmad

Rouf Ahmad . 11 months ago

Is metformin used to reduce cholesterol level also... reply anyone

Karim Benzin

Karim Benzin . 1 year ago

I found this video on Pronto therapy folio - there's lots good videos there that should help out

debdo1960

debdo1960 . 1 year ago

So how do we raise it safely if it's too low? I eat very healthy....threw my meds away last year, but my cholesterol is still too low (103).

John Smith

John Smith . 1 year ago

What about those countries where they don't eat animals? Strange that no numbers are given what low is cholesterol.

Vikas Kamal

Vikas Kamal . 1 year ago

I have 70-90cholesterol. Please tell how to increase. I am a vegetarian. I eat clarified butter but it is always low. I have chronic depression.

Christy B

Christy B . 1 year ago

My total cholesterol is 120.. I can’t stand feeling this way anymore. No one can seem to help me bc everyone sees this number as a great thing :( when I talk about how I feel.. they say just eat more burgers.. I exercise lift and some mild cardio 5-6 days per week. I eat mainly whole unprocessed foods. My hormones are messed up and it’s been almost 3 years. I’ve tried most everything I can think of.. limiting exercise, more fats and fruit, only comes with same results... fatigue, insomnia at times, anxiety, and increase in weight... I’m out of ideas at this point

Jonay Perez

Jonay Perez . 1 year ago

Hi everyone, my wife ( who’s 34 yo) got her LDL levels rocks bottom , around 60; which is really dangerous. I’m really concerned. All the information out there is how to lower ldl..... but nothing on how to raise it ( she isn’t on any meds at all) HELP PLEASE!!!

ConstructiveMinds100

ConstructiveMinds100 . 2 years ago

I HAVE WATCHED LOADS OF YOUR VIDEOS FOR MANY YEARS. YOU REALY MASTERED THEM. YOU DELIVER ALL THE IMPORTANT MESSAGES IN A VERY FRIENDLY, PROFETIONAL AND MOST IMPORTANTLY C O N C I S E MANNER. WELL DONE AND ALL THE BEST.

Aaron smith

Aaron smith . 2 years ago

I’m not buying the 1/1000 or 2/1000 chance of having a heart attack considering that heart disease is the number one cause of death in this country

Sally Wolf

Sally Wolf . 2 years ago

My father died of strokes due to brain cancer. My mother died of a brain anyerism. I have nonalcoholic fatty liver disease. It's not looking promising. wish there was a way to suppliment cholesterol hut apparently the idea that you can just eat it is bogus too

Rational Learner

Rational Learner . 2 years ago

Who the hell still watches this pseudoscientific idiot?

discrete play

discrete play . 2 years ago

My total cholesterol was 116! I'm 28 I don't want a stroke omg! My doctor said it's actually better low than high. I don't get these doctors nowadays... I guess I will increase my eggs everyday. ... wouldn't my cholesterol drop more while fasting & working out?

Frequency FourtyTwo

Frequency FourtyTwo . 2 years ago

My cholesterol came back at an 84 when I got tested. How can you raise your cholesterol to a sufficient level??

Hugo Cruz

Hugo Cruz . 2 years ago

very interesting

Tammy Goulet Schrader

Tammy Goulet Schrader . 2 years ago

I'm so confused about cholesterol.

Bob Robert

Bob Robert . 2 years ago

The human body makes its own cholesterol. Dietary cholesterol causes heart disease you silly wacker.

Viana Woranush

Viana Woranush . 2 years ago

Hi please help me Here is my blood test My cholesterol is 458 HDL is 77 LDL is 342 Triglyceride is 57 Is it something wrong with me? 😢

Naturenerd1000

Naturenerd1000 . 2 years ago

Many of the Health Problems in America are caused by this low cholesterol diet pounded in everyones heads.

Anita Csanadi

Anita Csanadi . 2 years ago

I have low cholesterol ! 😥What do I do ?

Susan Sauls

Susan Sauls . 2 years ago

Very interesting! But I can't share this with the people in my life who could stand to use it because they are bought into conventional medicine and they would tell me how stupid I am. So I just take care of me, my husband and my kids.

El Vago

El Vago . 2 years ago

DR BERG, WAKING UP IN THE MIDDLE OF THE NIGHT DRENCHED IN SWEAT FREQUENTLY, IS THIS A HEALTH CONCERN OR JUST NEED NEW SHEETS? THANK YOU!

Kiss my ring

Kiss my ring . 2 years ago

Mine was 3.9 this seems odd to me being a serious

thatoldserpent

thatoldserpent . 2 years ago

Berg is a powerhouse of knowledge. The Church of Berg is full speed!

Bay Native

Bay Native . 2 years ago

Ok so how do you get healthy/good cholesterol into your diet?

Craig A. Manock

Craig A. Manock . 2 years ago

It would be helpful if you addressed how to correct low cholesterol. Mine has never been over 120 even when I used to weigh 300lbs. Now I’m 167lbs and Keto for almost 2 years and I’m still at 120. Apparently genetics has more to do with the numbers than diet.

20alphabet

20alphabet . 2 years ago

Wow, #7 is the bad one!

T Mad

T Mad . 2 years ago

I've always had low cholesterol, even when eating junk. When I went on a no meat diet it even dropped lower (110 range I think). Anything I should be looking out for, symptoms, associations, etc., for those with naturally low cholesterol?

K Evelyn

K Evelyn . 2 years ago

I'm 50 yrs old lady with a healthy diet, lifestyle and weight. My cholesterol is 140s , HDL 83 and LDL is half of HDL. Do I have to concern about having low cholesterol?

Ana Perry

Ana Perry . 2 years ago

What can you do to raise cholesterol? Mine dropped from 160s in 2013 when I started keto to 140s.

365OutDoors

365OutDoors . 2 years ago

I don't know if you've ever done a relative risk versus absolute risk in relationship to statins your little talk just made me think of that

Kailash Joshi

Kailash Joshi . 2 years ago

Please make a similar video of cancer symptoms.

cmiller8492

cmiller8492 . 2 years ago

Lol mine stays bt 120 and 140 no matter what and I've always thought that was good.

Jack Riber

Jack Riber . 2 years ago

Mind-blowing. Made my body tickle of joyful happiness.

Jeff

Jeff . 2 years ago

My cholesterol was over 7 (Canadian numbers). The safe zone in Canada is 5 or less. I was 35 years old when i developed a slight pressure in my left wrist when i would go for hikes. Long story short, an angiogram revealed a 100% RCA block. A 80% left artery block, and 40% and 60% blocks in the widowmaker artery. They rebuilt my RCA with 5 stents, and put 1 in the left for a total of 6 stents. Five years previous to my heart disease diagnosis, I began doing the Atkins diet when i was around 30 years old. High fat, high protein, low carbs. In fact i did my best to keep my carbs 20g a day for a long time. I exercized regularly and within a year i had gone from 285lb to 208lb. I was not diabetic during the course of my weight loss and all the way up to the diagnosis of my heart disease i was not diabetic. I had always had good blood sugar and triglyceride numbers. I did not have a heart attack despite having my RCA 100% blocked because (im guessing) due to my exercise and fitness efforts i grew a collateral blood vessel from the widowmaker to the RCA which saved my heart from serious damage or possibly death. I will mention that i suffered from crippling anxiety and depression between the ages of 27 to 33. I was a pack a day smoker from the age of 12 to Stent surgery. Was moderately over weight all of my life (6'2 tall and 260lb to 285lb). I am currently 46 years old and was diagnosed with diabetes about 7 years ago. The meds i take include 80mg Lipitor, 10mg Ramipril, 162mg ASA, CCB (cant recall dose or name), 3000mg of metformin, 20mg Celexa, I just stopped taking Repaglinide recently. I take 1000mg garlic, 200mg CoQ10. My daily pill and supplement regime sits at around 14 pills a day. I started doing the keto diet DEC 1st, 2017. I'm currently on day 4 of a 14 day fast. My blood sugars are dropping dramatically. Typical morning numbers would be 10.8 to 11.8 (Canadian numbers). After 3 days of fasting my morning sugar today was 6.8. Understandably, this high fat diet is frightening to me. I'm putting a lot of faith in you and in Dr.Fung. I hope you both are right.

Fat Frog Farm

Fat Frog Farm . 2 years ago

Wow, just wow!

Nuhella

Nuhella . 2 years ago

This is the channel where i feel PROUD to be a subscriber

barefoot arizona

barefoot arizona . 2 years ago

Real science proves the Paleo Diet to be correct



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