Supplements and vitamins – Help guide to Diet and Vitamin Deficiencies

 

The Best Vitamin for Your Nerves with Doc Cherry (2020)

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Vitamins, Minerals and Supplements for Lipedema and Dercum’s 12

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Keto Supplements Video | What Supplements We Use and Why | Keto Supplement Recommendations

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Food and Vitamins and Supplements! Oh My! — Longwood Seminar

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Do You REALLY Need Vitamins On A Vegan Diet? | LIVEKINDLY

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Top 5 Deficiencies in Vegetarian Diets

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28 Signs Your Body is Deficient in Vital Nutrients (With Solution)

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Supplements to boost immunity during COVID-19 | Smart Eating Show

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The Best Vitamin for Your Nerves with Doc Cherry (2020)

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Keto Supplements Video | What Supplements We Use and Why | Keto Supplement Recommendations

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Do You REALLY Need Vitamins On A Vegan Diet? | LIVEKINDLY

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Top 5 Deficiencies in Vegetarian Diets

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28 Signs Your Body is Deficient in Vital Nutrients (With Solution)

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VITAMIN DEFICIENCY AND SUPPLEMENTS FOR HEALTH AND FITNESS | Sage Canaday Running

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Vitamin D To address a vitamin D deficiency, it is recommended that you get more sun, drink vitamin D rich milk, or consume more salmon or tuna. Vitamin B12 Vitamin B12 is essential for proper neurotransmission in the brain. Find out which vitamins and supplements you should take and what each vitamin does for your body. The A-to-Z Guide to Vitamins.

A 12 foods with more vitamin C than an orange D. 1 day ago · En español | You know vitamin D can help you fend off osteoporosis and falls. But if recent headlines have you thinking you might want to pop some more of it to avoid a severe case of COVID-19, know that researchers are still sorting out how, exactly, a deficiency in the vitamin may make you more vulnerable to the disease’s more serious symptoms..

For now, experts such as those publishing in. Vitamin D is very important for bone formation, but recent research has suggested a link exists between vitamin D deficiency and some cancers. Most vitamins cannot be made by the body, and can only be obtained from food and supplements. Vitamin Deficiency Symptoms Deficiencies arise when there is lack of any vitamins.

They usually develop slowly. Symptoms can initially be so mild as to be undetectable. When symptoms become obvious, health may have been affected for some time. Food has beneficial nutrients, such as flavonoids and antioxidants, that aren’t in most supplements.

Supplements can plug dietary gaps, but nutrients from food are most important. Published: May, 2015 The fresh food you eat is loaded with nutrients necessary for good health, such as magnesium, calcium, and vitamins A and C. Water Soluble Vitamins (B and C) are not stored in the body and should therefore be consumed daily. Vitamin What it does Good food sources Effects of deficiency Vitamin A (beta carotene) Vitamin A can be found in both animal and plant foods.

It is found as retinol in animal foods and as carotenoids in plant foods. These are compounds the body. Here are 10 of the best vitamin D supplements.

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Get unbiased natural health news and articles, including vitamins and supplements information, from the experts you can trust at Consumer Reports. Most people should get all the nutrients they need by having a varied and balanced diet, although some few people may need to take extra supplements. What this guide covers.

This guide has information about: vitamin A B vitamins and folic acid; vitamin C; vitamin D; vitamin E; vitamin K; calcium; iodine; iron.

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Although evidence supporting specific dietary advice iscurrently absent, a basic balanced diet (see Section 1 on the gastrointestinal system) with foods rich in individual nutrients such as folate, omega-3, tryptophan, B and C vitamins, zinc and magnesium can be recommended.

“Clinical Naturopathy: An evidence-based guide to practice” by Jerome Sarris, Jon Wardle
from Clinical Naturopathy: An evidence-based guide to practice
by Jerome Sarris, Jon Wardle
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2010

Many multivitamins do not target the most common nutrient deficiencies (iron, vitamin D, calcium and magnesium), nor do they generally include omega-3 fatty acids or probiotics.

“Health Care for People with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities across the Lifespan” by I. Leslie Rubin, Joav Merrick, Donald E. Greydanus, Dilip R. Patel
from Health Care for People with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities across the Lifespan
by I. Leslie Rubin, Joav Merrick, et. al.
Springer International Publishing, 2016

For example, vitamin A, beta-carotene, and vitamin E—while all healthy when consumed in food—have been shown to significantly increase death when consumed as supplements.29 The problems with supplements shouldn’t come as a surprise.

“The Forks Over Knives Plan: How to Transition to the Life-Saving, Whole-Food, Plant-Based Diet” by Alona Pulde, Matthew Lederman, Marah Stets, Brian Wendel, Darshana Thacker
from The Forks Over Knives Plan: How to Transition to the Life-Saving, Whole-Food, Plant-Based Diet
by Alona Pulde, Matthew Lederman, et. al.
Atria Books, 2017

Foods rich in the antioxidant vitamins (beta carotene, vitamins C and E) and minerals (potassium) are recommended rather than supplements until the problems of dietary supplement research can be solved.

“Textbook of Family Medicine E-Book” by Robert E. Rakel
from Textbook of Family Medicine E-Book
by Robert E. Rakel
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2007

Evidence suggests that micronutrient deficiencies are common (zinc, iron, selenium, and vitamin B12) and that those affected individuals not taking vitamin supplementation have increased morbidity and mortality (American

“Health Promotion Throughout the Life Span E-Book” by Carole Lium Edelman, Carol Lynn Mandle, Elizabeth C. Kudzma
from Health Promotion Throughout the Life Span E-Book
by Carole Lium Edelman, Carol Lynn Mandle, Elizabeth C. Kudzma
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2017

It wasn’t until 2001 that the New England Journal of Medicine suggested that most adults could benefit from a daily multivitamin supplement at the RDA level, with higher levels of folic acid, vitamins B6, B12, and D for those at risk of cardiovascular disease and vitamin D and calcium for bone loss.

“Transcend: Nine Steps to Living Well Forever” by Ray Kurzweil, Terry Grossman
from Transcend: Nine Steps to Living Well Forever
by Ray Kurzweil, Terry Grossman
Rodale Books, 2010

Research evaluating these factors may already be ongoing; in the meantime, eating a healthy diet rich in vitamins C and E, B vitamins, carotenoids, especially lutein and zeaxanthin, omega­3 fatty acids, and zinc is recommended to maintain visual health.

“Present Knowledge in Nutrition” by John W. Erdman, Jr., Ian A. MacDonald, Steven H. Zeisel
from Present Knowledge in Nutrition
by John W. Erdman, Jr., Ian A. MacDonald, Steven H. Zeisel
Wiley, 2012

For vitamin D and iron, the Guidelines are more receptive to the use of dietary supplements, and for folate (folic acid) and B12, the Guidelines acknowledge that supplementation can be useful.

“Preventive Nutrition: The Comprehensive Guide for Health Professionals” by Adrianne Bendich, Richard J. Deckelbaum
from Preventive Nutrition: The Comprehensive Guide for Health Professionals
by Adrianne Bendich, Richard J. Deckelbaum
Springer International Publishing, 2016

For instance, many multivitamins contain large amounts of the microminerals manganese, molybdenum, and boron and vitamins C, E, and A, despite the fact that most people eating halfway decent diets already get plenty of these nutrients and don’t need to supplement with them.

“Bigger Leaner Stronger: The Simple Science of Building the Ultimate Male Body” by Michael Matthews
from Bigger Leaner Stronger: The Simple Science of Building the Ultimate Male Body
by Michael Matthews
Waterbury Publishers, Incorporated, 2019

Twenty-two nutrients are more or less removed or destroyed at most of these preparation steps: trace minerals (ZINC, MANGANESE, MAGNESIUM); vitamins (VITAMIN B6, folic acid, riboflavin, thiamin, niacin); ESSENTIAL FATTY ACIDS; VITAMIN E; both soluble and insoluble FIBER, and even proteins to an extent.

“The Encyclopedia of Nutrition and Good Health” by Robert A. Ronzio
from The Encyclopedia of Nutrition and Good Health
by Robert A. Ronzio
Facts On File, 2003

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  • Thank you for sharing this with us. I’m from a medical background, the only thing I didn’t understand was the sodium bicarbonate. Meha mentioned she takes this for low carbon dioxide, which is not possible. There is probably another reason for this supplement. This is given (in much higher doses) for patients with acidosis in their blood (which is a very serious condition usually secondary to metabolic acidosis related to kidney issue).

  • Meat eaters often criticize the vegan diet because supplementation of nutrients like B12 is advisable. Actually, most meat eaters could use some sort of supplementation or another. Forty percent of people are B12 deficient, which would include mostly meat eaters. Reasonable doses of supplements are good insurance that your diet is complete.

  • I planned to go vegetarian about a year ago, but instead ended up going vegan. Used to have terrible problems with my skin and bowels, but that all cleared up shortly after the change. The real lifesaver for me was the beans and lentils. Other tricks was eating what is in season, learning how to store my root vegetables correctly, learning how to read nutrition labels and to have a pantry brimming with various seeds, nuts and other dry ingredients.
    My bloodwork is excellent, I can still go to the gym, I can still donate blood and I have tons of energy. Staying up to date and researching various resources like you helps out a ton. If there’s was one mantra that helped me out a lot, and still does, it is “variety, variety, variety”.
    Also, on top of all of this it also ended up being cheaper then my meat life.

  • Thank you for this video! I
    I stopped eating meat 2 months ago do to digestive issues, i have started to notice my hair thining �� is there anything i can take to stop the thining/fall out? Thank you so much! ��

  • I need to have a portable breakfast, so I usually make a chocolate banana smoothie (yes, I eat chocolate every day for breakfastyou can keep your eggs and bacon thankyouverymuch) with cocoa powder, hemp seeds, and some blackstrap molasses. I get about 60% of my RDA for iron just at breakfast! And adding the hemp seeds gives me some good fats and Omegas.:)

  • Beef liver and you’re good with most vitamins, minerals and elements. I was vitamin A deficient on a plant based diet despite eating lots of sweet potatoes, carrots etc.

  • Using low quality Food Grade supplements like Centrum for testing? Heck, no wonder your research doesn’t show positive results. Do you really know what is in Food Grade supplements? How about testing Pharmaceutical Grade GMP’s supplements, rather than your cheap Food Grade Centrum. Please DO NOT rely on drugs or medicines for a healthy lifestyle! Supplementing is the way to go, just make sure you supplement Pharmaceutical Grade GMP’s!

  • Training Topic:  Advice on going from one training program to another.  IE, finish a 1/2 and training for a Full within several months.  Should there be a rest period, or should the 1/2 be part of training for the full?  Same with going from a Full to say a 50 miler.  Or even a 10k to a 1/2.  Or training for a 1/2 Road Race to a 1/2 MUT?  As applicable for training down, also.

  • too much suplements encouragement,, THOSE ARE ALLL TOXIC LONG TERM ALL SUPLEMENTS NO EXCEPTions,, even b12 sadly,, tho that one we dont want to miss,, rest gotta get from food,, wonder about vitamine D mushrooms

  • New training topic: Pacing strategy in an ultra. Since your legs are inevitably going to hurt in an ultra anyway is it smart to start at a faster pace and slow down further into the race so as to decrease the time on your legs or follow the common mindset and start really slow?

  • I track my nutrition intake on Cronometer. On a vegan diet, I systematically overshoot my vitamin and mineral intake except B12 and D3 which I supplement. As for vitamin A, I never get anything less than 400% of my DR. The only nutrients that I almost never get 100% of is Calcium and Zinc.

  • Thank you for this video! I
    I stopped eating meat 2 months ago do to digestive issues, i have started to notice my hair thining �� is there anything i can take to stop the thining/fall out? Thank you so much! ��

  • I had always thought about trying some supplements, especially being in college now and not being able to cook for myself anymore, missing out on some things. I am a 800/1500m runner primarily, would these vitamins and minerals be key for that training as well? 
    Forth week in a row Sage…maybe a talk about pros/cons and how to go about going pro. That is my goal running in college now is to become a National Champion (D3 Penn State Behrend) and to run professionally after school. It’s hard to find any information on how that works and how to go about that. Not a lot of pros do stuff like what you’ve got going here so that’s why I keep asking. 

  • Good reminder on the Vitamin D.  I’ve heard most people in northern latitudes test out as deficient.   And nice pic of a Solaray item at the beginning! 

  • how about cellulose in supplements you take is that ok for ketogenic diet is friendly for keto or not because Cellulose is formed when the plant links the glucose together to form long chains of glucose. The chains are called polysaccharides (poly = many, saccharine = sugar or glucose). By forming these polysaccharides, plants can build their cell walls and strengthen plant parts like stems, roots, and leaves!

  • So basically, I just need to eat a ton of peanut butter, tofu, grains, bread, fortified milks, and fruits + veg. That’s basically my whole diet.

  • Thank you so much for sharing this. Recently I’ve started biting my tongue even in my sleep. Searched but Google didn’t help. Already have started taking Vitmain C and will take Calcium too.

  • Anyone really know about getting cartilage to my knees, after a X-Ray due to swollen knees the doctor said most of the cartilage is gone, not sure if it’s osteoarthritis yet as I need to see other doctors in a new province so I’m just wanting to gain back some cartilage fast and as soon as possible. Thanks everyone, I tried collagen and glucosamine w\ magnesium for a couple months now, not sure how well it’s working or if I’m on the right path. Thank again. REALLY appreciative for feedback.

  • I know it’s late but it’s a real story that for over a period of 4 months I been doing push UPS and my arms made cracking sounds now I know it’s a DEFICIENCY!

  • Plant based diet is well being for the:
    1. Body
    2. Mind
    3. Animals
    4. Society
    5. Planet

    It is not just about me, me,me.

    It’s about broadening your circle.

  • Ummm…that joke he made about the salt in your mouth was super disrespectful, assuming you do have a sexual relationship with him. Seems like you two are a couple, so you should never give him head again after that.

  • Best keto supplement is… FOOD
    Dont take supplements, just eat the right amount of food. I would recommend to eat a lot of meat which is nutrition dense. And forget about fibre which you dont need (I dont eat any and I feel great). If you want to know about why fibre is scheme read Gary Taubes “Good calories, bad calories”.

  • I think your wasting 1 1/2 hours listening to mainstream doctors and mainstream nutritionists give advise on how to eat a healthy diet. Mainstream doctors don’t receive any nutritional advise, so they are clueless. Mainstream nutritionist schools receive their funding from the big food companies. Consequently they are brainwashed into saying things like cereals are a healthy breakfast and cooking for canola oil is a healthy oil. Oh and stay away from coconut oil since it’s pure poison.

  • My go-to “supplements” are lentils with a side of raw/steamed broccoli and some cooked carrots or sweet potatoes, with fruit for dessert.

  • Doctors can not give a talk on nutrition, doctors are not trained and the AMA does not invest time or money, fact… relational studies are the reason we got stuck with the cholesterol, saturated fat war… where was the AMA when… References to “The Saccharine Disease” started in 1956, then disappeared? Also, malnutrition in the 1930’s forced the government to legislate ADDing BACK nutrients into breads and dairy… how Ironic?

    Clinical trial… the French have the lowest “Heart Disease” in the western world… “Cheese and Wine” as the snack… explain that AMA… that is a whole nation on a trial or is that a real fact?
    I agree that the support group approach is best, but very few doctors are trained in that, therefore, the public salesman, Books, TV, Podcasts now,…. are the group. Funny how most of the challenges to the AMA are coming from outside the USA.

    The AMA has failed to protect the public from BigPharma… Physicians have abandoned the nutritional approach to patient diagnostics and medicine, simply because they are not trained in nutrition. A key part of the Hippocratic Oath… “I will prevent disease whenever I can, for prevention is preferable to cure… “, has been forgotten … 70 Going On 100.

  • Training Talk Topic: What have you tried to do, if anything, to overcome a running performance plateau? Or have you been fortunate enough to never experience something like that?

  • For electrolytes I use Ultima with my water every day. Good way to get in electrolytes in an easy way…doesn’t taste like crystal light..i find best flavor is raspberry and grape..orange has a super weird taste. I take at least 3 scoops a day. No sugar

  • You’re handsome with and without beard! Thanks for the reality check. I haven’t been eating well and my body is screaming at me. Keep up the great work!

  • https://nypost.com/2019/12/09/vegan-influencer-eats-meat-for-30-days-shocks-fans-by-saying-shes-healthier-than-shes-felt-in-years/

  • You should avoid zero stuff or adding stevia and stuff. Your body is like “cool, sugar”. A bit later after taking it he is like”I got sugar but still no effect, I WANT MORE”.

  • Drinking cow milk for calcium is a myth, as it has the nutritional content suitable for a baby cow so our body really struggles to absorb the nutrients from it.

  • This was a very helpful video! I have been vegetarian for two and a half years and was not worried about meeting my minimum intake for certain nutrients. Now that I have gotten into weight training, I am more serious and motivated to meet those. Thank you for this information

  • ive decided to stop eating meat because not only do I love animals and hate the thought of what goes on in factories and slaughter houses, but also animal agriculture is destroying not only the human species but is having a strong negative effect on the entire world.

  • I did start taking K2. Natto is not readily available. I’m not really into fermented foods except on rare occasions, I generally don’t eat them. The brand of supplement varies. I generally buy the supplement I need in the brand that makes it soy-free.

  • When vitamin A was being discussed as being found in melons a child was shown eating a nearly white fleshed melon. I think the vitamin may be found only in orange, yellow or green fleshed melons, not much in the whitish flesh. The green skin perhaps has some but it’s not normally eaten (though I’ve read of it being cooked or dried.)

  • Been eating 99% vegan for a few days now(except for pesto). Nuts. Seeds. Fruits. Grains. Tofu. Greens. Beans. Enriched alpro products. Tatos. I still do add some “bad stuff” like bbq sauce to some recipes. I think I kinda over eat at the moment. But then again. I ate way too little good stuff on my meat and dairy diet.

  • Any concerns about supplements with fillers and unknown ingredients that are not labeled? I take supplements but I am hearing a lot about problems with the supplement industry. Unfortunately.

  • Isn’t it kinda dumb taking all these supplements not knowing how they were made or where they came from, instead of just eating enough vegetables to fill up your vitamin & mineral household? no offense

  • Thank you for this video. I’ve made the decision to go vegetarian (non-dairy) and I’m learning where to get my calcium and B12. I take One-A-Day vitamin every morning at breakfast.

  • Get away from supplements and western medicine. Dont supplement B12 or eat fortified foods. I dont think this guy knows but fortified foods means they add synthetic minerals to the food. They use made from the minerals in rocks which our bodies cant use. Theres rock minerals like iron which can be made into iron metal, and then theres iron thats naturally found in plants. They are not the same thing, the only kind your body can absorb and use is plant based minerals. And if you think im lying about them using rock minerals, pour a bowl of cereal with water or milk or whatever so the cereal floats and then get a magnet and then try to put the cereal with the magnet. And you’ll be shocked to see that you can fucking pull the cereal pieces with a damn magnet. This is what fortified foods are. Dont eat them lol. And that iron thats in iron fortified foods can clog up your organs and cause things like type 1 diabetes because its literally fucking metal that gets stuck in your pancreas and other organs. So just eat Purple Laver seaweed for B12. Its a type of seaweed thats used for wrapping sushi. But you can buy roasted sheets of this or raw dehydrated versions sometimes. If you’ve ever seen that green seaweed sheet in packages, thats roasted purple laver. It turns a dark green color when its roasted and its dark purple when its raw. Raw obviously has twice the B12 and other nutrients so its best to get raw but roasted is most common. Either way if you just eat this one thing every now and then you’ll never be deficient.

    Iodine is found is purple laver too. You can just eat the same seaweed as listed above and you wont have to worry about iodine. If you have hypothyroidism. I would suggest you take a species of seaweed called Bladderwrack. It will cure your hypothyroidism. It is very high in iodine and has been used for centuries to treat iodine deficiencies.

    Also why dont you tell these people about the study done on elderly people who drank animal milk to those who didnt? Because i think it would be note worthy to tell everyone how the study showed that those that drank animal milk experienced significant amounts of bone fractures and osteoporosis while the people who drank none showed little to no fractures of instances of osteoporosis. I’m guessing you just havent done your homework and you just didnt know this. So it would have been better to just say this instead of making it out to sound like animal milk is okay. Its a good rule of thumb to follow that when there are food allergies for a certain food, that means you should not eat it. The body is trying to fight something you put into your body, so it cant be good for you. Animal milk, peanut butter, and soy are good examples of things people are commonly allergic to, so dont eat these things.

    And adding to your recommendation of soy milk, tofu, and tempeh. Soy has been proven to be extremely toxic to the body. Many people are allergic to soy, experience severe bloating and gas. And soy has been shown to strip your body of minerals, that includes iron. So eating a lot of soy can cause anemia because it not only robs you of your iron, but it also blocks the absorption of iron. Soy also attacks the thyroid and if you eat soy too much you will probably get a condition called Hyperthyroidism. I would know because i got this condition after i put soy sauce on pretty much everything. I was obsessed with it and i got hyperthyroidism. I was told there was no cure and that i would have to take pills for the rest of my life and they told me i should have surgery to have my thyroid gland removed. I told them no and i didnt learn about how soy was for quite a few years after this. But once i found out, i dropped all soy things immediately. And in just a few months, i no longer had hyperthyroidism. Simply but just not eating soy anymore. Soy is so dangerous that infants fed soy milk have died. Yeah you heard that right, newborn babies have died from being fed soy milk.

    You can find about this and much much more in the book “The Whole Soy Story: The Dark Side of America’s Favorite Health Food” by Kaayla T. Daniel PhD

    As for getting iron from dark leafy green vegetables: Dont eat kale if you are anemic. I learned this the hard way. I had no idea that kale actually blocks the absorption of iron, which makes this an anemic vegetable. Other things that block iron absorption are of course anything made from soy (soy milk, soy sauce, tofu, soy meal, soy flour, textured vegetable protein (TVP), tempeh, soy lecithin and soybean oil) coffee and the tannins found in nuts that are unsoaked all make you anemic. So if plan to eat nuts, you should soak them so they release all their toxins meant to protect them, into the water they are soaked in and drained, so that you can benefit from all the positive benefits of nuts.

    Omega 3’s are so easy to get and my favorite is soaked walnuts. They are not only good sources of Omega 3’s but they are also good sources of omega 6’s. So its a two in one deal with walnuts. But remember to soak your nuts and dry them before you eat them. And dry them fully if you intend to store them as they can grow mold if they arent fully dried. A dehydrator can be used for this and it makes it really easy.

    A good source for all the other minerals and everything else you didnt list can be found in Himalayan pink sea salt which should be used as a replacement to salt. It has trace minerals of majority of all the vitamins and minerals that exist and table salt has been known to cause many diseases and be one of the main reasons for health related deaths. Replace your meals with this and it not only tastes amazing and is really salty, but its all good for you! imagine that, salt thats good for you lol.
    My other recommendation for all your vitamin and mineral sources is sea moss. which as 95 of the 105 minerals and all the vitamins. Ive heard that bladderwrack also has the other 10 so you could be getting all of your nutrient needs from these two sources.

    Here is a link showing you the difference between real sea moss and fake sea moss. Both go by the name of Irish Moss and the latin name “Chrondus crispus” but they are two different types of seaweed. Sea moss is the translucent yellow one. Irish moss (the fake kind) is usually a dark red color. There is also actual fake sea moss, which natural healer Dr Sebi (the man who taught me everything i know about healing and nutrition) explains the difference between ocean grown sea moss and pool grown sea moss. Only the ocean grown has the 95 minerals. Pool grown sea moss has no nutritional value. As Dr Sebi teaches, never eat anything created by people. Only eat things that nature makes.
    https://www.naturallifeenergy.com/buying-real-sea-moss-irish-moss-knowing-the-difference/

    Dr Sebi is the only person proven to cure people by a court finding from the United States Supreme Court. I suggest you all to research him and learn his teaching. This is optional but he can teach you the cure to all disease and how to prevent it. I have cured many people including myself of incurable diseases. Nothing is incurable thanks to his teachings.

  • Training Talk Topic:  Bad genetics.  Say I’m a mostly fast twitch runner, but I have ambitious goals in the marathon.  How would I go about training to succeed and how is that training different from a slow twitch runner.

  • I am vegan and recently analyzed my diet at happyforks. It showed that I was lacking in B3 B5 B6, but those were easy enough to fix with diet adjustments. Choline, though, was not so easy to fix with diet. My current choline comes mostly from soymilk, and amounts to about half of the recommended amount. So I will supplement for now with citicoline to get up to that recommended level. Should I be concerned about the associated risk?

  • Supplements supplements supplements, vegans sure do need a lot of them. I can get everything from Pastured raised animals, wild caught fish and pastured raw dairy!

  • Hey guys you should do an updated version of supplements, maybe the ones you use currently, the ones you used in the pass but not anymore and whats your take in cla, l-carnitine, bcaas and those stuff!

  • Im vegeterian bc my body reacts supper badly to meat, i get horrible cramps and bad skin but as soon as i became vegeterian it all went away, i even feel more energized

  • That may be true. But learn a real lesson from history. The Hindu’s are the earliest vegetarian society ever found. they balanced their diets perfectly…. by 1526, their society had been completely conquered by the Mughal empire. The Hindu emperor fled, hiding in the mountains. If the British hadn’t intervened….. Hindu culture would be extinct. So you want to go vegan? What kind of soldiers will you raise?

    MODERATION IN ALL THINGS.

  • Harvard has a history of downplaying cellular nutrition advances and science. Big Pharmaceutical enjoys profiting from illnesses and Harvard sold out long ago. These so called professionals are actually ignorant about nutrition science. The statements about healthy eating is the only thing of value here.

  • Giving specifics about vitamin amounts that weren’t effective would be helpful. Most trials used very low levels…too low to create an effect. Linus Pauling showed the effective dosages of vitamins are thousands of times higher than were used in these studies.

  • Thanks again adorable doc cherry for sharing this vlog. Am also one of its candidate having my nerves numbness and struggling morning stress. Am taking Vitamin b complex everyday plus vitamin c. God bless u more and more doc cherry❤

  • What about MSM? I started taking it before going keto and it made my joints better. I just continued it and even give it to my fourlegged carnivour and we love it

  • Anyone really know about getting cartilage to my knees, after a X-Ray due to swollen knees the doctor said most of the cartilage is gone, not sure if it’s osteoarthritis yet as I need to see other doctors in a new province so I’m just wanting to gain back some cartilage fast and as soon as possible. Thanks everyone, I tried collagen and glucosamine w\ magnesium for a couple months now, not sure how well it’s working or if I’m on the right path. Thank again. REALLY appreciative for feedback.

  • Thank you so much for sharing this. Recently I’ve started biting my tongue even in my sleep. Searched but Google didn’t help. Already have started taking Vitmain C and will take Calcium too.

  • you check to make sure you’re not taking too much potassium??? that’s not a problem on ketosis. The problem when you take multi-vits is the iron, because you eat so much meat you will have extra iron. Potassium is flushed out with the salt, i.e. water-soluble.

  • I track my nutrition intake on Cronometer. On a vegan diet, I systematically overshoot my vitamin and mineral intake except B12 and D3 which I supplement. As for vitamin A, I never get anything less than 400% of my DR. The only nutrients that I almost never get 100% of is Calcium and Zinc.

  • From the extremely small requirements we need each day it seems were being ripped off by health gurus and shops with the multiple tablets.

    Can these not be rolled into one supplement?

  • Dietary supplements come in the form of pills, capsulescontain vitamins, minerals, fiber, amino acids, herbs or other plants, or enzymes.

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  • Sacha inchi seed, “the peanut �� of the Incas” is a good source of omega 3 too (With a omega 9, 6 & 3 ratio of 1:3,5:5 (7 grams of ALA per ounce!). And it’s more easily absorbed than flax or chia seeds. They are high in protein too and could be eaten whole, as a butter or even in oil form.��☺️��greetings from Peru ����

  • Gotta admit magnesium has change my running performance so much. I can’t say am a pro runner. I am running to loose weight, its the only exercise activity that I actually enjoy doing (never though I’ll say that).  I was stuck with my running miles, I just couldn’t go beyond 4 miles.  I kept getting cramps, fatigue, and got injure a lot.  I was just not the type of person to take vitamins, so it never cross my mind that I needed to take supplements. I did research on how to improved running and found out about magnesium.  I am taking magnesium now along with vitamin D and zinc (they come on a single capsule). Is been about 3 months, and I am running more (about 5 and a half miles), and haven’t had any injuries.  I really wish that someday, I could do a 10 mile marathon.

  • I would also consider getting calcium from plant based supplements like red algae. Since algae is a plant, it’s no different than getting calcium from collard greens or soy milk etc….

  • I would also consider getting calcium from plant based supplements like red algae. Since algae is a plant, it’s no different than getting calcium from collard greens or soy milk etc….

  • Yay! Two of our favorite channels collaborate! Excellent breakdown of supplements we need! Our favorite brand so far is Garden of Life.

  • I have no idea what half of these foods are it started out normal enough but I don’t think these are all local foods like calcium bicarbonate isn’t a thing in our grocery stores things just got less familiar after that

  • So basically, I just need to eat a ton of peanut butter, tofu, grains, bread, fortified milks, and fruits + veg. That’s basically my whole diet.

  • I did start taking K2. Natto is not readily available. I’m not really into fermented foods except on rare occasions, I generally don’t eat them. The brand of supplement varies. I generally buy the supplement I need in the brand that makes it soy-free.

  • Nice red filter you applied to the video since youre a pale malnourished goof. Your starvation diet is why your voice is high and why you conduct yourself in a feminine manner. Eat some meat and lift some weights.

  • Doesn’t the need for all these supplements show that the diet is unnatural? I never had to spend $$$ on supplements when I was enjoying all my carbs

  • Vitamin D3 10µg = 400 IU is a dose far too small in winter and a negligible contribution when you get sun higher than 35 ° above the horizon (you get 15.000 IU within minutes when unclothed and not too old).

  • ive decided to stop eating meat because not only do I love animals and hate the thought of what goes on in factories and slaughter houses, but also animal agriculture is destroying not only the human species but is having a strong negative effect on the entire world.

  • B-12 TAKE THIS NO MATTER WHAT BETTER TO BE SAFE THEN SORRY. VIT-D FROM SUN IF NEED MORE CHECK OUT( MY KIND )VITAMINS THERE ORGANIC & VEGAN. & EAT A WHOLE FOOD PLANT DIET, STAY AWAY FROM VEGAN JUNK FOOD,UNLESS YOUR ON VACATION:)

  • I really love your videos!!! Please don’t overexpose yourself on camera because Meat eaters use it against you!

    Thanks again for your amazing content you have educated me so much!

  • I need to have a portable breakfast, so I usually make a chocolate banana smoothie (yes, I eat chocolate every day for breakfastyou can keep your eggs and bacon thankyouverymuch) with cocoa powder, hemp seeds, and some blackstrap molasses. I get about 60% of my RDA for iron just at breakfast! And adding the hemp seeds gives me some good fats and Omegas.:)

  • Happy to say I’m doing pretty well. I take so much Amla powder along with fruits for vitamin C. The thyroid stuff I do feel like I have. I do so much to try and help this so it’s not terrible. Too bad the doctors don’t care and my blood test isn’t bad enough to make them treat me.

  • I am vegan and recently analyzed my diet at happyforks. It showed that I was lacking in B3 B5 B6, but those were easy enough to fix with diet adjustments. Choline, though, was not so easy to fix with diet. My current choline comes mostly from soymilk, and amounts to about half of the recommended amount. So I will supplement for now with citicoline to get up to that recommended level. Should I be concerned about the associated risk?

  • There is no vegan/vegetarian source for COQ10. When I was a vegetarian, I found that too many hours were spent, each day, figuring out what to eat. I’m now almost 81, haven’t been a vegetarian for 40 yrs., I’m healthy and feel great. My last blood test, in Sept. this yr., showed everything in balance. I think most people’s health has to do with their genetics. I come from a long lived, into their 90’s family of Eastern Europe and Ukrainian/Russian descent. Tough people who had to endure a lot to survive. Maybe that makes a difference, don’t really know.

  • what youll need on a vegan diet is real food like organic meat, organic butter, organic cream, organic eggs, more meat, organic yogourt, rather than fibre you cant absorb and causes constipation, fake meats that are made from toxic beans that you cant absorb, greens that you cannot absorb, which is why vegans are bloated and fart an unbelievable amount, grains you cant absorb and are nothing but starch.

  • Great information����❤️ thank you, i need to consider the magnesium and fish oil lol I take most of this along with probiotic, amino acids, nutritional yeast, & MCT. I feel reassured thank you again for all the great info����❤️

  • Please share your favorite easy-to-make vegetarian recipe in the comments here! Here’s mine (a pressure cooker recipe): https://recipes.instantpot.com/recipe/one-pot-pressure-cooker-penne-rigate-pasta/

  • Did you mention magnesium? A lot of people are deficient in magnesium. It is said that eggs and fish have magnesium, but of course their are plant foods that contain magnesium and it can be supplemented. I felt like absolute crap and was on my knees crying thinking I had to eat animal products to feel better, but I took magnesium and felt better.

  • Lol, all you vegan zombies have no knowledge of nutrition whatsoever, I sure hope you all get wiped out or die of starvation very soon. Pharma zombies.

  • I feel this video overestimates the benefits of supplementation and underestimates the risks. Dr. Pam Popper recently did a video on the lack of benefit and the danger of taking vitamin D supplements. She says there is very little good science that supports supplementing with vitamin D. The same goes for all the other vitamins in question, it seems to me. There’s very real health risks associated with taking too much of these vitamins which is easy to do in concentrated form and there is very little control over the supplement industry so you can’t even be sure as to what you are taking.

  • Thank you for this video. I’ve made the decision to go vegetarian (non-dairy) and I’m learning where to get my calcium and B12. I take One-A-Day vitamin every morning at breakfast.

  • Great information����❤️ thank you, i need to consider the magnesium and fish oil lol I take most of this along with probiotic, amino acids, nutritional yeast, & MCT. I feel reassured thank you again for all the great info����❤️

  • I think a good topic would be a video on your running gear. You could touch on your favorite running watches, shorts, socks, shoes, compression, etc. Maybe include your favorite pre and post run meals, or that could be a whole other video. Any product you use that benefits your running would be helpful.

  • some of these are not just vegan, vit D for example. and you left out taurine. wait, you probably didnt know so how could you leave it out. taurine is one of them hidden ones for now. i only know cuz i was sick for over 10 years and finally found taurine was the problem. it was hell.

  • Speaking of caffeine (i have not started keto yet, i think i might start in a week just trying to get more knowledge…thanks for your courses) I currently drink tea not coffee. I like to take 1/2 a tea back and herbal tea. Can i still drink that on keto? or should all black tea regardless of serving should be avoided? i can’t get a good answer on this, any help would be appreciated.

  • New Topic: The Mental side of Running, how to keep going when it gets tough, how to increase the pace at the end of a race when your legs feel like jelly, how to not ‘burn out’ and keep motivated to train. What to think to yourself in a tough run etc. Keep up the good work!

  • One “expert” in this video said nutritional supplements are not regulated by the FDA, suggesting they may be harmful or ineffective. THAT IS VERY MISLEADING.

    1) Makers of nutritional supplements are forbidden by law to claim that their ingredients can cure disease improve health (even if they can).  They can only say “may help” this or that in their advertising.

    2) There are hundreds of supplement makers so COMPETITION is high, which is the NATURAL way to regulate quality and price! There does exist scammers, but people like me who do the RESEARCH come to learn which companies to trust. The final truth is revealed by health gains make via supplements.

    3) There are thousands of deaths each year attributed to prescription drugs taken as prescribed. But there are practically no deaths occurring from health supplements.

    4) There is a company called ConsumerLab.com which tests nutritional supplements regularly by brand. They get their financing from membership fees. You pay a small membership fee for good information.

  • I really love your videos!!! Please don’t overexpose yourself on camera because Meat eaters use it against you!

    Thanks again for your amazing content you have educated me so much!

  • Vivek Avoid saying always have home cooked food, all households don’t cook nutritious food.lack of knowledge and lack of access are main reasons. Instead tell us what to cook and what to include in home cooking. Use practical content and not be generic,!!!!!??????????”??

  • SOmeone told me about Powerade zero and i have been doing that and it helps. I was worried, however that it would be considered a NO NO i have the MIO drops too. I get ya.. drinking bland water day after day can get old. I am glad that Powerade zero is still OK on KETO. I will try and water it down. I get the larger bottles for 79 cents at Krogers and I have to remember to take them to work because the cafeteria at the Hosp has the Powerade Zero but they are the small bottles and those are 1.79!!! Twice as much for less product. Ridiculous how cafeterias gouge you!

  • Just eat unprocessed natural food, we have been eating this for thousands of years now we have better access to a high variety, you dont need any supplements anymore (we are not living in 18 century London with no light and bad food)
    By the way why do you think that the trails showed that they have no efficacy? Because they are processed food for god sake!!!!!

    The case for cancer in elderly over 50 years, that might be true but only because that elderly do not eat the food they should do, the elderly cancer rate in Italy (Mediterranean diet) is much less that in the US (15,000 men study), if you are deficient than of course you might have health problems

  • I love this segment featuring Mic the Vegan. Great info! Thanks! I thought this was his video until I saw the LiveKindly at the end. I didn’t even realize I was on Jodi’s channel. lol. Keep up the amazing work!

  • Matt and Megha I notice that you have two different videos on supplements. Both kind of have similar supplements listed, but many appear to be different Brands in each of the videos. Is that due to finding better supplements, personal preferences, changes, better prices etc? I was going to start supplementing (all I really supplement now is fish oil and bouillon cubes) and wanted to go with the best balance of price, effectiveness etc. Thanks….you guys are da’ bomb!

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  • Meat eaters often criticize the vegan diet because supplementation of nutrients like B12 is advisable. Actually, most meat eaters could use some sort of supplementation or another. Forty percent of people are B12 deficient, which would include mostly meat eaters. Reasonable doses of supplements are good insurance that your diet is complete.

  • beta-carotene supplemention has been linked to various cancers. having massive doses from plant sources might not be a great idea, especially if you are a low-converter due to mutations in the BCO1 gene.

  • From 1:10 onwards That is such good info from Dr Walter Willet that breast tissue is sensitive to alcohol and his suggestion that women get good wine and enjoy it drop by drop!
    He said coconut oil is a derivative of mustard (it is CANOLA oil that is the derivative of mustard, as he goes on to explain). Dr Rimm interrupted and probably caused him to mis-speak��.
    I came to this video to know if Vitamin (or pre-hormone) D supplementation was effective because I don’t like to swallow pills so I take D3 liquid oral spray, and it tastes awful. Dr Cecil said the evidence was not conclusive well, that IS an honest answer. Guess i’ll just have to continue taking it, because they say sunlight (which really does a number on the skin��! is not enough to cure a severe deficiency which many people seem to have!
    Wonder how earlier generations managed without Vit D supplementation!

  • what is the 99mg potassium pill is good for when RDA for this mineral is in 3-4k range? you’d have to take 30 pills of those, aren’t this supplement is useless?

  • You should address specifically the claims about K2 and not just K and also the claims about the low conversion rate of carotene to true vit. A.

  • do not listen to these ppl…do not take prescriptions drugs worse for you than vits and minerals…workout take fish oil magnesium, d3 zinc…drink a good amount of water and watch what you eat…remember these ppl may or may not be in the pockets of the pharmaceutical companies…read personal trainers and ppl with phd’s in exercise physiology and nutrition

  • Disclamer: Prices may change and this does not include any shipping fees, the number before the price is the amount of capsels or chewables -these are some but not all the supplements available mentioned by him and I didn’t include B12 or some others because I use fortified vegan milks and my diet pretty much covered it

    Omega 3:
    togetherhealth algae 30 £14,
    my protein180 £20

    Vitamin D:
    mushroom H&B 60 £19.99
    my kind organics 30 £13
    my protein 180 £15.23
    D3 together health 30 £6.99

    Iorn:
    veglife iron chewable 60 £5.15
    Together health 30 £7.99

    Iordine:
    nature’s sea kelp H&B 250 £5.99/ 500 £10.79
    30 £6.99 togetherhealth

    Other:
    Wellwoman H&B 60 £15.99
    Veglife magnesium 90 £7.74
    Veglife calcium 90 £5.95
    H&B Zinc with copper 60 £5.99

  • Mic, LOVE seeing you here. I predict you will be remembered years, decades after your death in the late 2090s, for your immense contributions to our species and world. #NobelPeacePrize

  • Maybe somebody can help. I remember seeing a national news segment on ketogenic supplements that help you get into ketosis fast, it was a factory tour. I can’t remember what network or the name of the product. I think the packaging was orange. This was maybe 5 years or more ago

  • Get away from supplements and western medicine. Dont supplement B12 or eat fortified foods. I dont think this guy knows but fortified foods means they add synthetic minerals to the food. They use made from the minerals in rocks which our bodies cant use. Theres rock minerals like iron which can be made into iron metal, and then theres iron thats naturally found in plants. They are not the same thing, the only kind your body can absorb and use is plant based minerals. And if you think im lying about them using rock minerals, pour a bowl of cereal with water or milk or whatever so the cereal floats and then get a magnet and then try to put the cereal with the magnet. And you’ll be shocked to see that you can fucking pull the cereal pieces with a damn magnet. This is what fortified foods are. Dont eat them lol. And that iron thats in iron fortified foods can clog up your organs and cause things like type 1 diabetes because its literally fucking metal that gets stuck in your pancreas and other organs. So just eat Purple Laver seaweed for B12. Its a type of seaweed thats used for wrapping sushi. But you can buy roasted sheets of this or raw dehydrated versions sometimes. If you’ve ever seen that green seaweed sheet in packages, thats roasted purple laver. It turns a dark green color when its roasted and its dark purple when its raw. Raw obviously has twice the B12 and other nutrients so its best to get raw but roasted is most common. Either way if you just eat this one thing every now and then you’ll never be deficient.

    Iodine is found is purple laver too. You can just eat the same seaweed as listed above and you wont have to worry about iodine. If you have hypothyroidism. I would suggest you take a species of seaweed called Bladderwrack. It will cure your hypothyroidism. It is very high in iodine and has been used for centuries to treat iodine deficiencies.

    Also why dont you tell these people about the study done on elderly people who drank animal milk to those who didnt? Because i think it would be note worthy to tell everyone how the study showed that those that drank animal milk experienced significant amounts of bone fractures and osteoporosis while the people who drank none showed little to no fractures of instances of osteoporosis. I’m guessing you just havent done your homework and you just didnt know this. So it would have been better to just say this instead of making it out to sound like animal milk is okay. Its a good rule of thumb to follow that when there are food allergies for a certain food, that means you should not eat it. The body is trying to fight something you put into your body, so it cant be good for you. Animal milk, peanut butter, and soy are good examples of things people are commonly allergic to, so dont eat these things.

    And adding to your recommendation of soy milk, tofu, and tempeh. Soy has been proven to be extremely toxic to the body. Many people are allergic to soy, experience severe bloating and gas. And soy has been shown to strip your body of minerals, that includes iron. So eating a lot of soy can cause anemia because it not only robs you of your iron, but it also blocks the absorption of iron. Soy also attacks the thyroid and if you eat soy too much you will probably get a condition called Hyperthyroidism. I would know because i got this condition after i put soy sauce on pretty much everything. I was obsessed with it and i got hyperthyroidism. I was told there was no cure and that i would have to take pills for the rest of my life and they told me i should have surgery to have my thyroid gland removed. I told them no and i didnt learn about how soy was for quite a few years after this. But once i found out, i dropped all soy things immediately. And in just a few months, i no longer had hyperthyroidism. Simply but just not eating soy anymore. Soy is so dangerous that infants fed soy milk have died. Yeah you heard that right, newborn babies have died from being fed soy milk.

    You can find about this and much much more in the book “The Whole Soy Story: The Dark Side of America’s Favorite Health Food” by Kaayla T. Daniel PhD

    As for getting iron from dark leafy green vegetables: Dont eat kale if you are anemic. I learned this the hard way. I had no idea that kale actually blocks the absorption of iron, which makes this an anemic vegetable. Other things that block iron absorption are of course anything made from soy (soy milk, soy sauce, tofu, soy meal, soy flour, textured vegetable protein (TVP), tempeh, soy lecithin and soybean oil) coffee and the tannins found in nuts that are unsoaked all make you anemic. So if plan to eat nuts, you should soak them so they release all their toxins meant to protect them, into the water they are soaked in and drained, so that you can benefit from all the positive benefits of nuts.

    Omega 3’s are so easy to get and my favorite is soaked walnuts. They are not only good sources of Omega 3’s but they are also good sources of omega 6’s. So its a two in one deal with walnuts. But remember to soak your nuts and dry them before you eat them. And dry them fully if you intend to store them as they can grow mold if they arent fully dried. A dehydrator can be used for this and it makes it really easy.

    A good source for all the other minerals and everything else you didnt list can be found in Himalayan pink sea salt which should be used as a replacement to salt. It has trace minerals of majority of all the vitamins and minerals that exist and table salt has been known to cause many diseases and be one of the main reasons for health related deaths. Replace your meals with this and it not only tastes amazing and is really salty, but its all good for you! imagine that, salt thats good for you lol.
    My other recommendation for all your vitamin and mineral sources is sea moss. which as 95 of the 105 minerals and all the vitamins. Ive heard that bladderwrack also has the other 10 so you could be getting all of your nutrient needs from these two sources.

    Here is a link showing you the difference between real sea moss and fake sea moss. Both go by the name of Irish Moss and the latin name “Chrondus crispus” but they are two different types of seaweed. Sea moss is the translucent yellow one. Irish moss (the fake kind) is usually a dark red color. There is also actual fake sea moss, which natural healer Dr Sebi (the man who taught me everything i know about healing and nutrition) explains the difference between ocean grown sea moss and pool grown sea moss. Only the ocean grown has the 95 minerals. Pool grown sea moss has no nutritional value. As Dr Sebi teaches, never eat anything created by people. Only eat things that nature makes.
    https://www.naturallifeenergy.com/buying-real-sea-moss-irish-moss-knowing-the-difference/

    Dr Sebi is the only person proven to cure people by a court finding from the United States Supreme Court. I suggest you all to research him and learn his teaching. This is optional but he can teach you the cure to all disease and how to prevent it. I have cured many people including myself of incurable diseases. Nothing is incurable thanks to his teachings.

  • I’ve found that wheat germ is really good source of Choline but does it have to be consumed toasted or can I just eat it as what it is in the supermarket?

  • 1000 IU of Vitamin D is NOT ENOUGH for anyone in the US/Europe, please don’t tell people that they should get started with 1000. 5000/day is great.

  • Great advice and tips! A thought for a training topic, mileage buildup? how to, how much, how fast?
    I’m thinking long term, 2-3 years time. For myself i have hit a plateau with 37min 10k on peak mileage 28-30mpw, i believe that increasing my mileage will help lower my pb’s. Hopefully significantly in 2-3 years time! but unsure how much to add per week/ per year.
    Many thanks! Awesome!

  • I got vegan for ethical reasons. With 26 I developed Asthma (I always had seasonal allergies). Firstly I thought its the typical development of asthma from traveling from your face (sneezing, runny nose and eyes) into your lungs. But when I started supplementing vegan Aminoacids (high quality product), I could breath again. So maybe that is also something vegans should consider. I am still not sure wether the asthma has any connection to me being vegan, but the amino acids worked.

  • I love this segment featuring Mic the Vegan. Great info! Thanks! I thought this was his video until I saw the LiveKindly at the end. I didn’t even realize I was on Jodi’s channel. lol. Keep up the amazing work!

  • Mic, LOVE seeing you here. I predict you will be remembered years, decades after your death in the late 2090s, for your immense contributions to our species and world. #NobelPeacePrize

  • Do you take meta mucil? At 23g of carbs with 6g of dietary fiber still leaves you with 17g of carbs for 2 spoon full. Is this why you take magnesium For constipation. Not sure why so many recommend this on keto. Thanks for taking the time to put this video together.

  • Vitamin D3 10µg = 400 IU is a dose far too small in winter and a negligible contribution when you get sun higher than 35 ° above the horizon (you get 15.000 IU within minutes when unclothed and not too old).

  • Magnesium and potassium! Ive been keto for almost 5 years. Lost over 100lbs. keto became a lifestyle for me. Felt great until I started exercising 2 years in. Dizzy, blurred vision, tingling toes, headaches, extremely tired, heart palpitations. Saw a Dr Berg vid and started taking magnesium, potassium then added multi vitamin, krill omega3s and folic acid and all symptoms went away. I feel great. Wish I or the dr.(lol) would have figured this out years ago. Just started hearing about the K2 and D3. Put in an amazon order last night.

  • Hey guys you should do an updated version of supplements, maybe the ones you use currently, the ones you used in the pass but not anymore and whats your take in cla, l-carnitine, bcaas and those stuff!

  • You somehow managed to not mention riboflavin (vitamin B2) but did mention choline for some reason, which isn’t even a vitamin. The vast majority of vegan foods are nearly devoid of this vitamin since it primarily comes from meat like B12.

  • RDA is the minimum, not the optimum most of the talks are traditional and timid, the perfect diet is nutrient dense, low in saturated fat with1gram of protein per kilo of healthy weight

  • DON’T just take supplements. If you have enough money to continuously buy supplements, you should have enough money to do a simple blood test every 3 (if you’re teen or younger) to 6 months to see whats your situation. If you are eating properly and living a healthy lifestyle, you probably have more chances to have an excess of a micronutrient rather than a deficiency.

  • Great vid! On that potassium topic, yes double up on it. No one gets enough potassium daily. We need 4,600 mg a day. Keep up the good work with your vids.

  • SOmeone told me about Powerade zero and i have been doing that and it helps. I was worried, however that it would be considered a NO NO i have the MIO drops too. I get ya.. drinking bland water day after day can get old. I am glad that Powerade zero is still OK on KETO. I will try and water it down. I get the larger bottles for 79 cents at Krogers and I have to remember to take them to work because the cafeteria at the Hosp has the Powerade Zero but they are the small bottles and those are 1.79!!! Twice as much for less product. Ridiculous how cafeterias gouge you!

  • Staying within the 30g or less for carbs daily has really made it difficult for maintaining bowel regularity. I recently rediscovered “Calm” the magnesium citrate supplement and am hoping to help reestablish regular movements again. I hope it helps me.

    If I’m not mistaken, a man needs 38g of fiber a day. I haven’t figured out a way to get this either through food or fiber supplementation without going over the 30g limit of carbs on a keto diet. Right now I eat 10 oz of fresh avocado daily and that gives me 20g of fiber but also accounts for 26g of my fiber intake daily.

  • Since vitamin d is fat soluble, it’s important they are gel caps in an oil. I thought that Nature’s Made brand was made with soybean oil, which spikes insulin?? If I’m wrong, I want to know so I can get it from Costco ��

  • Just read the ingredients on my women’s multi vitamin by nature made, it has Red 40. Should i be worried even tho the dose is low?:/

  • Bleeding gums is also a sign of a lacking oral hygiene routine brush at least twice a day and floss 1 its not necessarily a vitamin deficiency but a routine deficiency

  • Thank u sososo much Doc Cherry for ds valuable vlog. We enjoyed watching. You are an angel to us. Stay safe and healthy. God bless

  • Good video. Actually the isolation of alpha tocopherol was probably the biggest mistake in nutritional history. The following video describes this mistaken detail as well as demonstrates why it fails as an antioxidant. https://youtu.be/V9zHfSIPdSo

  • some of these are not just vegan, vit D for example. and you left out taurine. wait, you probably didnt know so how could you leave it out. taurine is one of them hidden ones for now. i only know cuz i was sick for over 10 years and finally found taurine was the problem. it was hell.

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  • Do you guys think that back in the day human beings had these supplements? I mean it can’t be a natural way of eating if you need those supplements

  • Came here after watching one video against mama earth. Whatever you are doing is correct and it may be good for people. But why you are Sponsoring a brand which never accepts negative reviews. Why can’t you make a review on mama earth. Want to know whether you are doing honest review on their product.

  • All these ideas, about how u eat n what not, it all depends on how our bodies functions, as (individual’s.) So, it doesn’t matter what we eat n drink, we have to (use) (wisdom,) in (everything) (we) (do.)

  • Just so you’re aware. Garden of Life is owned by Nestle’s. This is a list of all of their products. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Nestlé_brands I banned Nestle years ago. I haven’t, knowingly, bought their products, but there are so many of them. It’s difficult to keep up.

  • Thank you for sharing this with us. I’m from a medical background, the only thing I didn’t understand was the sodium bicarbonate. Meha mentioned she takes this for low carbon dioxide, which is not possible. There is probably another reason for this supplement. This is given (in much higher doses) for patients with acidosis in their blood (which is a very serious condition usually secondary to metabolic acidosis related to kidney issue).

  • When vitamin A was being discussed as being found in melons a child was shown eating a nearly white fleshed melon. I think the vitamin may be found only in orange, yellow or green fleshed melons, not much in the whitish flesh. The green skin perhaps has some but it’s not normally eaten (though I’ve read of it being cooked or dried.)

  • Just so you’re aware. Garden of Life is owned by Nestle’s. This is a list of all of their products. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Nestlé_brands I banned Nestle years ago. I haven’t, knowingly, bought their products, but there are so many of them. It’s difficult to keep up.

  • Great vid! On that potassium topic, yes double up on it. No one gets enough potassium daily. We need 4,600 mg a day. Keep up the good work with your vids.

  • learn one think so liver got b12 reserves that last years perfect i got an argument against vegan food from vegan channel, sweet, now where does a diet that lack a key vitamin b12 and need supplementation is healthy.

  • Did you mention magnesium? A lot of people are deficient in magnesium. It is said that eggs and fish have magnesium, but of course their are plant foods that contain magnesium and it can be supplemented. I felt like absolute crap and was on my knees crying thinking I had to eat animal products to feel better, but I took magnesium and felt better.

  • I kept getting leg pains at night that woke me up. Turns out I was not getting enough Iron. Started taking supplements and the next night it was gone.

  • Thank u so much Doc Che for sharing your knowledge to us..we are indeed so lucky to have you…stay safe also..God bless u More..

  • Thank you for this. I immediately went out to get a Powerade Zero. I’m 6 days in, I’ve been perfectly strict and continue to learn as I go. I’m definitely transitioning and struggling with electrolyte balance. I almost cried when that first sip of Powerade hit my lips lol. So good!

  • Isn’t it kinda dumb taking all these supplements not knowing how they were made or where they came from, instead of just eating enough vegetables to fill up your vitamin & mineral household? no offense

  • Hey doc, how come you’re still not a vegan when there’s so much info everywhere that milk and eggs are not hazardous for health….??? I have a lot of Indian friends who are vegetarians from birth and the only reason is they cannot become a vegan is because of cheese and milk….are you one of those? Shame on you…..pls wean off from cow milk, you’re no longer a baby…..and not a calf in the first place….

  • Hi Sage, what sort of work outs do you generally do? Long runs/intervals/tempo runs? How do you monitor these? Pace/effort/HR? And how do you ensure that you recover in the days after a hard training session?

  • dr. berg,,, electrolyte doesnt mix well…. not sitting at the bottom of a 24 oz glass.. i have 2 extra tubs,, gonna put them on ebay

  • I take a wide variety (30) of Non-GMO fruits and vegetables in powder form which includes the pulp and skin every day additional to what I eat and my blood work is always great!

  • I have no idea what half of these foods are it started out normal enough but I don’t think these are all local foods like calcium bicarbonate isn’t a thing in our grocery stores things just got less familiar after that

  • LOL those nice college textbooks on the shelf with no crease in the spine.:) I identify with this. Academia needs to figure out how students actually learn things today.

  • That may be true. But learn a real lesson from history. The Hindu’s are the earliest vegetarian society ever found. they balanced their diets perfectly…. by 1526, their society had been completely conquered by the Mughal empire. The Hindu emperor fled, hiding in the mountains. If the British hadn’t intervened….. Hindu culture would be extinct. So you want to go vegan? What kind of soldiers will you raise?

    MODERATION IN ALL THINGS.

  • Supplements supplements supplements, vegans sure do need a lot of them. I can get everything from Pastured raised animals, wild caught fish and pastured raw dairy!

  • beta-carotene supplemention has been linked to various cancers. having massive doses from plant sources might not be a great idea, especially if you are a low-converter due to mutations in the BCO1 gene.

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    The Inuit Paradox

    How can people who gorge on fat and rarely see a vegetable be healthier than we are?

    By Patricia Gadsby and Leon SteeleJanuary 19, 2004 7:00 PM

    (Credit: sirtravelalot/Shutterstock)

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    Patricia Cochran, an Inupiat from Northwestern Alaska, is talking about the native foods of her childhood: “We pretty much had a subsistence way of life. Our food supply was right outside our front door. We did our hunting and foraging on the Seward Peninsula and along the Bering Sea.

    “Our meat was seal and walrus, marine mammals that live in cold water and have lots of fat. We used seal oil for our cooking and as a dipping sauce for food. We had moose, caribou, and reindeer. We hunted ducks, geese, and little land birds like quail, called ptarmigan. We caught crab and lots of fish — salmon, whitefish, tomcod, pike, and char. Our fish were cooked, dried, smoked, or frozen. We ate frozen raw whitefish, sliced thin. The elders liked stinkfish, fish buried in seal bags or cans in the tundra and left to ferment. And fermented seal flipper, they liked that too.”

    Cochran’s family also received shipments of whale meat from kin living farther north, near Barrow. Beluga was one she liked; raw muktuk, which is whale skin with its underlying blubber, she definitely did not. “To me it has a chew-on-a-tire consistency,” she says, “but to many people it’s a mainstay.” In the short subarctic summers, the family searched for roots and greens and, best of all from a child’s point of view, wild blueberries, crowberries, or salmonberries, which her aunts would mix with whipped fat to make a special treat called akutuq — in colloquial English, Eskimo ice cream.

    Now Cochran directs the Alaska Native Science Commission, which promotes research on native cultures and the health and environmental issues that affect them. She sits at her keyboard in Anchorage, a bustling city offering fare from Taco Bell to French cuisine. But at home Cochran keeps a freezer filled with fish, seal, walrus, reindeer, and whale meat, sent by her family up north, and she and her husband fish and go berry picking — “sometimes a challenge in Anchorage,” she adds, laughing. “I eat fifty-fifty,” she explains, half traditional, half regular American.

    No one, not even residents of the northernmost villages on Earth, eats an entirely traditional northern diet anymore. Even the groups we came to know as Eskimo — which include the Inupiat and the Yupiks of Alaska, the Canadian Inuit and Inuvialuit, Inuit Greenlanders, and the Siberian Yupiks — have probably seen more changes in their diet in a lifetime than their ancestors did over thousands of years. The closer people live to towns and the more access they have to stores and cash-paying jobs, the more likely they are to have westernized their eating. And with westernization, at least on the North American continent, comes processed foods and cheap carbohydrates — Crisco, Tang, soda, cookies, chips, pizza, fries. “The young and urbanized,” says Harriet Kuhnlein, director of the Centre for Indigenous Peoples’ Nutrition and Environment at McGill University in Montreal, “are increasingly into fast food.” So much so that type 2 diabetes, obesity, and other diseases of Western civilization are becoming causes for concern there too.

    Today, when diet books top the best-seller list and nobody seems sure of what to eat to stay healthy, it’s surprising to learn how well the Eskimo did on a high-protein, high-fat diet. Shaped by glacial temperatures, stark landscapes, and protracted winters, the traditional Eskimo diet had little in the way of plant food, no agricultural or dairy products, and was unusually low in carbohydrates. Mostly people subsisted on what they hunted and fished. Inland dwellers took advantage of caribou feeding on tundra mosses, lichens, and plants too tough for humans to stomach (though predigested vegetation in the animals’ paunches became dinner as well). Coastal people exploited the sea. The main nutritional challenge was avoiding starvation in late winter if primary meat sources became too scarce or lean.

    These foods hardly make up the “balanced” diet most of us grew up with, and they look nothing like the mix of grains, fruits, vegetables, meat, eggs, and dairy we’re accustomed to seeing in conventional food pyramid diagrams. How could such a diet possibly be adequate? How did people get along on little else but fat and animal protein?

    What the diet of the Far North illustrates, says Harold Draper, a biochemist and expert in Eskimo nutrition, is that there are no essential foods — only essential nutrients. And humans can get those nutrients from diverse and eye-opening sources.

    One might, for instance, imagine gross vitamin deficiencies arising from a diet with scarcely any fruits and vegetables. What furnishes vitamin A, vital for eyes and bones? We derive much of ours from colorful plant foods, constructing it from pigmented plant precursors called carotenoids (as in carrots). But vitamin A, which is oil soluble, is also plentiful in the oils of cold-water fishes and sea mammals, as well as in the animals’ livers, where fat is processed. These dietary staples also provide vitamin D, another oil-soluble vitamin needed for bones. Those of us living in temperate and tropical climates, on the other hand, usually make vitamin D indirectly by exposing skin to strong sun — hardly an option in the Arctic winter — and by consuming fortified cow’s milk, to which the indigenous northern groups had little access until recent decades and often don’t tolerate all that well.

    As for vitamin C, the source in the Eskimo diet was long a mystery. Most animals can synthesize their own vitamin C, or ascorbic acid, in their livers, but humans are among the exceptions, along with other primates and oddballs like guinea pigs and bats. If we don’t ingest enough of it, we fall apart from scurvy, a gruesome connective-tissue disease. In the United States today we can get ample supplies from orange juice, citrus fruits, and fresh vegetables. But vitamin C oxidizes with time; getting enough from a ship’s provisions was tricky for early 18thand 19th-century voyagers to the polar regions. Scurvy — joint pain, rotting gums, leaky blood vessels, physical and mental degeneration — plagued European and U.S. expeditions even in the 20th century. However, Arctic peoples living on fresh fish and meat were free of the disease.

    Impressed, the explorer Vilhjalmur Stefansson adopted an Eskimo-style diet for five years during the two Arctic expeditions he led between 1908 and 1918. “The thing to do is to find your antiscorbutics where you are,” he wrote. “Pick them up as you go.” In 1928, to convince skeptics, he and a young colleague spent a year on an Americanized version of the diet under medical supervision at Bellevue Hospital in New York City. The pair ate steaks, chops, organ meats like brain and liver, poultry, fish, and fat with gusto. “If you have some fresh meat in your diet every day and don’t overcook it,” Stefansson declared triumphantly, “there will be enough C from that source alone to prevent scurvy.”

    In fact, all it takes to ward off scurvy is a daily dose of 10 milligrams, says Karen Fediuk, a consulting dietitian and former graduate student of Harriet Kuhnlein’s who did her master’s thesis on vitamin C. (That’s far less than the U.S. recommended daily allowance of 75 to 90 milligrams — 75 for women, 90 for men.) Native foods easily supply those 10 milligrams of scurvy prevention, especially when organ meats — preferably raw — are on the menu. For a study published with Kuhnlein in 2002, Fediuk compared the vitamin C content of 100-gram (3.55-ounce) samples of foods eaten by Inuit women living in the Canadian Arctic: Raw caribou liver supplied almost 24 milligrams, seal brain close to 15 milligrams, and raw kelp more than 28 milligrams. Still higher levels were found in whale skin and muktuk.

  • Love your channel. Thanks for talking about the cranberry. I wanted to use it but I couldn’t find a definite answer on whether it was carb friendly. Now I feel more comfortable taking them. I am “prone” to UTI since pregnancy.

  • Doesn’t the need for all these supplements show that the diet is unnatural? I never had to spend $$$ on supplements when I was enjoying all my carbs

  • Thank u sososo much Doc Cherry for ds valuable vlog. We enjoyed watching. You are an angel to us. Stay safe and healthy. God bless

  • 1000 IU of Vitamin D is NOT ENOUGH for anyone in the US/Europe, please don’t tell people that they should get started with 1000. 5000/day is great.

  • Maybe somebody can help. I remember seeing a national news segment on ketogenic supplements that help you get into ketosis fast, it was a factory tour. I can’t remember what network or the name of the product. I think the packaging was orange. This was maybe 5 years or more ago

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  • learn one think so liver got b12 reserves that last years perfect i got an argument against vegan food from vegan channel, sweet, now where does a diet that lack a key vitamin b12 and need supplementation is healthy.

  • Ummm…that joke he made about the salt in your mouth was super disrespectful, assuming you do have a sexual relationship with him. Seems like you two are a couple, so you should never give him head again after that.

  • Hi Sage. Only just discovered your channel and I’m hooked. Really useful videos that I’m hoping will help me progress my running.
    One suggestion for a video (apologies if you’ve covered but can’t see) is your thoughts on how a heart rate monitor can help during training and how you use it.
    I know there’s mixed views out there so interested on yours and how you in particular use it during training etc.
    Thanks again and keep up the good work.

  • I recognize the necessity of saying consult your physician, however it’s a quandary. We’re advised to do this before making dietary changes, supplementing or starting an exercise program yet our PCPs have the least amount of knowledge in any of these. Someone close to me had breast cancer surgery, chemo and radiation. Because she lost too much weight the doctor referred her to a nutritionist. You’d think that was the right thing to do except that the nutritionist advised her to fill up on dairy drink milk, and eat lots of cheese and ice cream! We now know Thor’s evidence linking dairy to breast cancer.

  • To everyone reading this, remember that Jesus Christ loves you and died on the cross for your sins. The signs of His return is happening now please repent

  • I feel this video overestimates the benefits of supplementation and underestimates the risks. Dr. Pam Popper recently did a video on the lack of benefit and the danger of taking vitamin D supplements. She says there is very little good science that supports supplementing with vitamin D. The same goes for all the other vitamins in question, it seems to me. There’s very real health risks associated with taking too much of these vitamins which is easy to do in concentrated form and there is very little control over the supplement industry so you can’t even be sure as to what you are taking.

  • Vivek Avoid saying always have home cooked food, all households don’t cook nutritious food.lack of knowledge and lack of access are main reasons. Instead tell us what to cook and what to include in home cooking. Use practical content and not be generic,!!!!!??????????”??

  • I recognize the necessity of saying consult your physician, however it’s a quandary. We’re advised to do this before making dietary changes, supplementing or starting an exercise program yet our PCPs have the least amount of knowledge in any of these. Someone close to me had breast cancer surgery, chemo and radiation. Because she lost too much weight the doctor referred her to a nutritionist. You’d think that was the right thing to do except that the nutritionist advised her to fill up on dairy drink milk, and eat lots of cheese and ice cream! We now know Thor’s evidence linking dairy to breast cancer.

  • Love your channel. Thanks for talking about the cranberry. I wanted to use it but I couldn’t find a definite answer on whether it was carb friendly. Now I feel more comfortable taking them. I am “prone” to UTI since pregnancy.

  • what a greatest load of shit, these people are medical doctors, not medical nutritionists, they are basically saying medications work, and vitamins and minerals dont, this pisses me off so much.