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21 Reasons For Unexplained Weight Gain


twenty-one reasons for unexplained
weight gain so often people say that
well I didn’t change anything why am i
gaining weight today we’re going to talk
about all the mechanisms and all the
reasons behind these seemingly
unexplained weight gains coming right up
hey I’m dr. Ekberg I’m a holistic doctor
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miss anything now we’ll be in real
trouble if we are gaining some weight
and we buy in to the general consensus
to the mainstream misconception that
it’s all about calories they tell you
that oh you’re you’re just gaining
weight because you’re eating more and
you’re not exercising enough you’re
gaining weight because there’s more
calories in than calories out you’re not
burning enough calories and while there
is some fundamental truth to that we’ll
be in real trouble if we just look at
that if we don’t ask the question why
why might I be eating more why might my
body slow down and burn less what is
changing and the answer is that we’re
gonna go over 21 different reasons here
but in the end they’re all gonna be
hormonal it’s gonna depend on hormones
in one shape or form because hormones
determine everything about your behavior
and everything about your physiologies
behavior and I want to mention one thing
before we get into the numbers and the
reasons it’s what we think of as aging
that a lot of people blame things on
aging Oh what I’m just getting older oh
this is just happening cuz I’m getting
older my doctor said it’s just because
I’m getting older and while aging is a
mostly inevitable process most of what
we call aging is a function of dis
use deficiency or toxicity dis use is
use it or lose it your body grows at a
certain rate that has its pre-programmed
for growth as long as you’re growing
when you’re a teenager but once you’re
fully grown if you don’t use it the body
says it’s going to look around and say
oh well this muscles not being used that
muscles not being used I’m not gonna
maintain body parts that are not being
used use-it-or-lose-it so most of muscle
loss due to aging is disuse deficiency
means your body has to have something to
perform a function or to maintain
tissues if it’s not getting it its
deficient it can’t maintain tissues it
can’t maintain function if you don’t
provide it and we are highly deficient
because of all the processed foods that
we are eating toxicity means that the
body is trying to do something but
there’s stuff in the way there’s junk
there’s toxins there’s debris the
signals and the metabolic pathways are
interfered with because of toxicity so
keep those in mind and understand that
health everything that we call function
is sort of like a battery that a fully
charged battery at a hundred percent is
going to make that Energizer Bunny go
but if the battery gradually drops over
time we’re not going to notice that
change right away it’s not like the
Energizer Bunny slows down to 70% just
because the battery’s at 70% it just
means it has less reserves and that’s
how the body works as well that it has
less reserves to cope and adapt which
means we may not get any symptoms until
we have a significant reduction in
reserves a lot of symptoms a lot of
changes that we’re going to talk about
may not happen until your battery is
down to 50% and again some of that is
inevitable more or less with aging but a
lot of it we can affect by exercise and
proper nutrition and activation and
detox and just understanding these
issues properly in the category of
sudden changes so now we’re talking
about something that’s happening really
fast it’s like really out of the blue it
seems in a matter of weeks or a couple
of months there was a dramatic change
and number one reason I would say is
steroids that if someone gets
corticosteroids if they get oral
corticosteroids that is a version of
cortisol and cortisol drives insulin
insulin resistance and weight gain so
you could gain a dramatic amount of
weight in just a few weeks with with
that number two obviously applying to
women only is pregnancy that might be
something that if you don’t really pay
attention or didn’t expect it that could
cause some quick weight gain and again
because in pregnancy there’s some
dramatic hormonal changes number three
if you start an exercise regimen that’s
not appropriate if you do what you think
is cardio or aerobics but it’s actually
in the intensity level of an aerobics
now you’re forcing your body to make
cortisol which is going to increase
hunger it’s gonna drive insulin it’s
gonna drive the storage hormone insulin
and you could gain weight rather quickly
even though you’re burning calories and
it seems counterintuitive it seems like
you would exercise and lose weight you
would compensate for it because you’re
shifting your metabolism you’re becoming
more insulin resistant and that type of
training could make you ravenously
hungry I had a lot of viewers confirm to
me that that’s exactly what happened to
them watch out for your exercise so that
you do it correctly
number four is not really an unexplained
reason but I just want to put it up
there because if you go on a cruise and
you get the unlimited soda drink package
and the unlimited beer package and you
take advantage of the 24-hour buffets
just because it’s there
yes you
gained probably 20 pounds in a week it’s
been done I’ve even gone on some cruises
not with the soda package but I just ate
like a madman and gained 12 14 pounds in
a week number five the holiday season
again most people probably expect this
it’s not so unexplained starting in
November through December we’re gonna
eat a lot more cookies and candy and
treats as a culture so that could
certainly be a reason for some people it
might be the first time they they could
get away with it on previous seasons but
something else has changed and now that
holiday season just really kicks them
over the edge
number 6 pathology we could have some
sort of disease or tumor like we could
have a pituitary tumor or an adrenal
tumor that is producing hormones at a
very very exaggerated and unbalanced
level so again it’s all about hormones
and if we have a tumor that produces
cortisol that would create insulin
resistance and weight gain very very
quickly that’d be sort of like taking
steroids number seven and this is going
to sound strange to you coming from a
low carb keto channel but you could gain
weight suddenly by starting keto and
this would be if you start it and don’t
understand what it is if you hear that
oh it’s all about meat and bacon and
high fat and you start eating those but
you don’t reduce your carbohydrates
enough so you’re still insulin resistant
and you’re not reducing insulin by
reducing carbs enough and you’re not
getting fat adapted now you’re going to
still have that exaggerated appetite
that sugar addiction now you’re just
adding fat to it and you could gain
weight very very quickly so remember
you’re not supposed to eat more fat and
maintain carbohydrates if you increase
the fat you have to drop
carbohydrates dramatically to let that
insulin drop and to become fat adapted
Kito’s not going to work until that
metabolic shift takes place so all of
these things are things that could
happen pretty quickly the underlying
metabolic change could be very very
quick in a matter of weeks and the
manifestation the weight gain could also
happen very suddenly in a matter of
weeks maybe a couple of months now we’re
going to move on to some things that
happen a little bit slower that it
probably won’t happen in weeks if my it
probably is going to take a few to
several months and the underlying
mechanism would also be happening over a
period of several months this would be
something like a life change maybe you
had to move somewhere maybe you had a
divorce maybe there was a death of the
family maybe you got a new job so all of
these large dramatic life changes can
start shifting hormones can start
changing the way the body works
maybe that life change was because of
number nine you became more sedentary
maybe your previous life situation
allowed you to move more maybe your job
involve more movement and when you
stopped moving then you become more
insulin resistant you use less energy
burn fewer calories but you don’t change
your eating habits that life change
could also be causing more stress
obviously the examples I mentioned are
very very stressful and for some people
if it’s like severe grief that could
cause the opposite effect
where you just stop eating and you lose
weight but for most people stress
typically means that their body is going
to look for more fast fuel it’s going to
be looking for sugar especially if
you’re not fat adapted and now as you
have that stress you start eating more
you’re making more cortisol from the
stress and you’re gaining weight
becoming more insulin resistant
and the weight comes on number 11 you
could also gain weight from a lack of
sleep if you don’t sleep enough that’s a
form of stress in itself you’re wearing
you’re burning your candles at both ends
but there’s also certain hormones that
are secreted that are released as part
of your circadian rhythm as part of your
sleep and wake cycle so if you don’t
sleep enough you’re probably not getting
enough growth hormone and growth hormone
again is a metabolic and it’s a fat
burning hormone so if your growth
hormone is dropping from a lack of sleep
then that could be causing some weight
gain
number 12 working the night shift maybe
you’re working at different hours of the
day so you have to sleep at different
hours of the day so even if you get
enough hours even if you get your 8
hours that your body typically depends
on you’re gonna shift your hormones
you’re going to disturb your hormones by
sleeping during a different time of the
day you’re supposed to sleep when it’s
dark and be up when it’s light that’s
what your brain has learned that’s when
your nervous system has learned in order
to secrete the right hormones so growth
hormone for example works best if you
get a couple of hours of sleep before
midnight number 13 maybe you just
started a low-fat diet and – a lot of
people that sounds very strange if you
listen to the government guidelines they
tell you to eat low-fat low-calorie and
you’re thinking well you know fat has
the most calories I eat less fat so I
should have less calories but what
happens when people eat low fat is they
typically eat more carbs and when you
eat more carbs you’re going to be
stimulating insulin insulin is a fat
storing hormone as you become more
insulin resistant your body lowers its
metabolic rate and you get hungrier so
there’s many different ways that you
could go wrong with a low fat diet
sometimes people just start eating more
junk food they think as long as it’s
low-fat then I can eat the cookies and I
can eat the ice cream and I can eat the
super sweetened yogurt because it’s
low-fat and in doing that maybe you’re
eating fewer calories and just becoming
more insulin resistant but it’s also
possible that because you’re getting
super super hungry from all that sugar
stimulation that you end up eating more
calories and more food in addition to
becoming insulin resistant number 14
maybe you decided to become a vegetarian
so before everyone yells at me I’m not
in favor of being a vegetarian typically
but I’m not saying that you can’t be
healthy and maintain weight being a
vegetarian also the problem is that it
takes some skill it takes some knowledge
to be a healthy vegetarian and what
happens to a lot of people who just
don’t want to eat meat because they feel
sorry they have some spiritual reason
for it what happens then is when they
don’t learn enough about food now they
start depending on anything that is not
an animal so they eat french fries and
they eat Doritos and they eat all kinds
of other fast food bean burritos potato
chips candy cookies anything that is
from a plant origin but they’re eating
junk food ok so again you can’t be a
healthy vegetarian if you really really
know what you’re doing at least most
people can not everyone can but most
people can be a healthy vegetarian but
the problem happens when you don’t
understand health and you start eating
junk you start eating any plant food
because you think it’s just a better way
to do and now let’s talk about some of
the things that sort of creep up on us
over the years and it might seem
unexplained but if we understand the
underlying reasons and especially if we
start understanding how our reserves
decline over time then these would make
a lot of sense so number 15
older is not a reason in itself but what
happens as we have disuse and deficiency
and toxicity the metabolic rate slows
down the growth hormone slows down etc
so one of the things that might be
happening is that insulin resistance is
catching up with us what does that mean
well your blood sugar is regulated by
insulin so when you eat something your
blood sugar Rises your insulin goes up
to control blood sugar and all is well
but as we eat more sugar and we eat more
carbs and we eat them more frequently it
takes more and more and more and more
insulin over time and this could be
building up over 10 15 20 years and
insulin is a fat storing hormone in
storing fat it in store it delivers
sugar into the cell that gets converted
to fat so in that sense it’s a fat
storing hormone and because it’s
tendency is to store things it means we
have less access to the fuel once it’s
stored it’s sort of like your deep
freezer that you put in the basement
you’re not going to go there for a snack
so you don’t have quick access to that
food that’s how severe insulin
resistance works so as that insulin
resistance builds up over time you could
get to a breaking point where you start
gaining weight you think you’re eating
that roughly the same thing but you
don’t have access to the food you’re
storing more and more fat and you’re
gaining weight number 17 your fat muscle
ratio so maybe you’re maintaining your
weight for 20 years but during that time
you’ve done a bunch of yo-yo dieting
you’ve been mostly inactive you haven’t
used your body so the normal aging is
happening at a faster rate because of
this use deficiency toxicity so your
muscle mass decreases and muscles
are more active muscles is like the
machine fat tissue is the long-term
storage so muscles are much more
metabolically active fat tissue isn’t
very active at all it’s like we said the
deep freezer so over time the ratio can
change you start with this much muscle
in this much fat and then over a 20-year
period your muscle goes away your fat
increases but your weight stays the same
so you think hey I’m doing the same I’m
doing good but then you get to a certain
point a breaking point and now all of a
sudden the weight starts piling on
because you’ve reached that threshold
number 18 growth hormone growth hormone
declines with age that is inevitable but
we have a lot of influence over how
quickly we can make a decline if we are
sedentary if we’re toxic if we’re
deficient it’s going to decline faster
we can have a decline at a quick rate or
we can have a decline at a much slower
rate depending on our lifestyle but it
is gonna go down and growth hormone is a
fat burning hormone growth hormone keeps
up your basal metabolic rate it
increases the overall activity of the
body so as it decreases then that can
also cause weight gain number 19
endocrine disrupters so this is part of
the toxicity bit that endocrine
disrupters endocrine is your hormone
system and hormones like we said manages
all about this the cortisol the insulin
the growth hormone and endocrine
disrupters are toxins they’re things
like plastics and foreign hormones and
metals and chemicals and pesticides that
mimic the look they look almost like
your own hormones so they fit into the
same receptors and when they fit they
block the receptor and they can either
stimulate a function and exaggerate
something the body is
or it can fit in and block it because
the hormone can block something or
stimulate something so the endocrine
disruptor can increase or decrease
something that the body normally does so
the body has less ability less influence
to regulate these things all by itself
number twenty inflammation so
inflammation is a natural part of
healing but low-grade chronic
inflammation is not a good thing that’s
when inflammation has gone wrong that’s
when there’s stuff present on in the in
the body
year after year that’s creating a little
bit of irritation so these are things
like toxins again they’re things like
foods that we don’t break down
completely we don’t may not have a
full-blown allergy but we have an
intolerance to those foods we don’t do
well with them and the primary ones are
going to be processed dairy pasteurized
milk and refined grains or grains in
general especially refined grains they
create a low-grade inflammation in the
body and what that does is it changes
the sensitivity of a lot of your
hormones your hypothalamus is an organ
it sits right under the brain between
the brain and the brain stem and it’s
like a relay of all the traffic and it
senses your hunger and your thirst and
your ph and temperature and all these
different things that cause you to eat
more or eat less or want to do things
and if they change if the inflammation
changes the sensitivity then you just
don’t have the same function there
anymore so the hypothalamus might lose
its ability to regulate leptin or gralen
your hunger hormones your thyroid
hormones your metabolic hormones your
your insulin it can affect the
resistance and the sensitivity of every
one of those hormones and on that note a
very important thing to keep in mind is
the ratio of omega-3 to omega-6
in your diet because they need to be
about ideally about a one-to-one ratio
meaning we have equal amount of omega-3
to omega-6 in the diet somewhere up to
about four parts omega-6 to one part
omega-3 is still okay it’s still optimal
but the average person in Western
society is more like a 20 part omega-6
to a one part omega-3 and what that does
it promotes inflammation these
substances are precursors to things that
control inflammation in the body so all
the things that raises omega-6 are in
the sense pro-inflammatory when it gets
out of control and what are those things
well they’re primarily sugar grain and
seed oils seeds and nuts and that’s why
a small amount of a quality seed or nut
oil is not a problem but once we start
eating large amounts of refined oils
especially then that creates huge
problems and those are the only oil used
in commercial cooking so anytime you eat
fast food anytime you eat out anytime
anything is fried you’re getting all oh
may go sixes and for most people they’re
doing pretty well but you don’t want to
eat too many nuts because nuts and seeds
are high in omega 6’s so even though
they’re healthy you can get it a little
bit out of control by eating too much
nuts and number twenty one reason you
might be gaining weight is hypothyroid
and this is a huge one I’ve done
separate videos on that to explain it
but hypothyroid means that your thyroid
your metabolic regulator the thyroid is
your thermostat and hypothyroid means
that it is slowing down it’s like you’re
just not cranking out as much heat and
one thing that you can notice if your
thyroid is slowing down is that you tend
to feel cold
even in a normal temperature room where
other people are doing fine if you’re
just always a little chilly a little
cold to the core then chances are you
have hypothyroid so if you’ve been
having some unexplained weight gain then
start exploring these reasons because
it’s critical that you start
understanding every one of these
different nuances of metabolic function
and changes in the body if you just go
chasing calories and you try to work out
chances are it’s gonna backfire a lot of
these things people do because they
think they’re gonna lose weight but
because they don’t understand the
underlying mechanism or how to do it
properly
it ends up backfiring and it makes
things worse if you follow this channel
for a while you know that we have videos
on most of these topics or that we’ve
included these in other videos but if
there’s one that you’d like more detail
and more information please let me know
and we’ll try to do one specifically for
that if you enjoyed this video then I
bet you’re gonna love this one
thank you so much for watching and I’ll
see you next time

Randall Smitham

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43 COMMENTS

  1. Dr. Sten Ekberg Posted on September 1, 2019 at 3:50 pm

    Lose weight and get healthy https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CxbZDOtonhg&list=PLpTTF6wMDLR5BT-YSvJKAB5uIJb41d1QR

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  2. Lamar7Up Townsell Posted on September 2, 2019 at 4:00 pm

    awesome a new video

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  3. researcher3333 Posted on September 2, 2019 at 4:02 pm

    First comment … huge fan sir

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  4. Mieka Fasting Weight Loss Posted on September 2, 2019 at 4:03 pm

    I have explained weight gain because I keep messing up but I will enjoy hearing this talk too.

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  5. researcher3333 Posted on September 2, 2019 at 4:04 pm

    Weight stalled on keto .. practicing 18 hr intermittent fast daily since a month now find weight stalled since a week no change

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  6. Garry Rowland Posted on September 2, 2019 at 4:06 pm

    Just want to be first to comment.
    Thank you for all your videos and your superb explanations.
    So happy to see your subscribing up 40k in last 2 months.
    Please keep up the good work your doing.
    Regards
    Garry Rowland UK

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  7. sabah hasan Posted on September 2, 2019 at 4:35 pm

    Amazing lecture . it's so interesting lecture that I saw this week.

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  8. اشعاري في الحياة Posted on September 2, 2019 at 4:37 pm

    Why diet cause severe headache to me . Very painful.

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  9. Lamar7Up Townsell Posted on September 2, 2019 at 4:39 pm

    your welcomed, i thank you for your heart.

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  10. Lamar7Up Townsell Posted on September 2, 2019 at 4:47 pm

    have a extraordinary day

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  11. Donit Posted on September 2, 2019 at 4:50 pm

    Wow, great list! I don't even have anything to add this time! Good work! 🙂

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  12. Ric Saenz Posted on September 2, 2019 at 4:51 pm

    Hello Dr. Ekberg, Could you please explain Heart Rate Variability as it pertains to IF and exercise recovery? Thank you for all you do!

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  13. Abir C Posted on September 2, 2019 at 4:55 pm

    I always like listening to u❤️

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  14. Maxi Bake Posted on September 2, 2019 at 5:03 pm

    Excellent explanation. Thank you muchly for sharing this very important information with us all. & Take care of yourself to. ❤🙂🐶

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  15. Asha Ahmed Posted on September 2, 2019 at 5:05 pm

    Is there side effect later in life for a16yrs old to do IF?

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  16. موفق مظهر Posted on September 2, 2019 at 5:10 pm

    Very nice

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  17. Rebecca Lucas Posted on September 2, 2019 at 5:13 pm

    I'm only half way through the video, and I see 4 problems. My working overnight 7p-7a in the hospital. Different people have different reasons for choosing that shift (it's not always the shift differential) I have gained 13 lbs dispite the fact that I'm hardly eating as much as I used to, and I barely sleep 3 hours a day even though I have room darkening curtains and take melatonin no longer works for me.
    We just aren't made to stay up all night. I'm sharing this with others, and will have to make some adjustments.

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  18. Eddie Rogovoy Posted on September 2, 2019 at 5:24 pm

    Wonderful as always. God bless you!

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  19. BluebonnetShelley Posted on September 2, 2019 at 5:41 pm

    I love all your videos. Everything is always explained so well. Thank you!

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  20. timshel Leo Posted on September 2, 2019 at 5:47 pm

    Thank you for the great info.
    You covered just about everything but the kitchen sink…👍

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  21. Janice Patricia Posted on September 2, 2019 at 6:01 pm

    I battle with this problem – when I get tired and go to bed, at least 50% of the time I get more alert after I lie down, or I sleep for 30 minutes and wake up alert. I never know if this is going to happen because I feel the same level of tiredness before I go to bed every night. I'm a 71 year-old woman in good health and have been on the keto diet for a little more than a year. I am sure my insulin resistance is getting better as excess weight is slowly going down also, but I can tell this healing process will take about another year. I hope you can answer my question regarding sleep. Thank you Dr. Ekberg.

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  22. Chug-A-Lug Doug Posted on September 2, 2019 at 6:15 pm

    Can you explain why my blood pressure goes up when my blood sugar goes down? My resting blood sugar is usually around 110. During the day my glucose will go down to 80 or 90 or so and my blood pressure goes up. I can tell when my blood sugar goes down because I get tingling in my toes and fingers (I assume its diabetic neuropathy) . Maybe the rise in blood pressure is related to the neuropathy ?

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  23. fernando gonzales Posted on September 2, 2019 at 6:53 pm

    Great video as always, Dr. Ekberg 👍

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  24. Mister Hand Posted on September 2, 2019 at 7:41 pm

    Those secret Twinkies!

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  25. Mohammed Naji Posted on September 2, 2019 at 8:29 pm

    Could you please advise how can I stop using statins and lower my cholesterol LDL naturally?

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  26. Whoozitz myMoozitz Posted on September 2, 2019 at 8:33 pm

    I am so glad I found you. Everything makes sense now.

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  27. Barty Fufkin Posted on September 2, 2019 at 8:45 pm

    Fascinating as always and every day is a school day!

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  28. Alex mojtaba Posted on September 2, 2019 at 8:45 pm

    Hi dr thanks for another amazing and educational video.i just have one question you mentioned to not eating too much nuts I eat one cup of mixed nuts and seed (not roasted)a week it’s part of my Keto and omad diet.is that too much? Thanks
    Alex

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  29. TEMP CHANNEL Posted on September 2, 2019 at 8:46 pm

    Dr. Sten I have a random question. Is it normal to feel extremely cold and not shiver?

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  30. jdjayajdj 23 Posted on September 2, 2019 at 8:46 pm

    not weight related, but is there anything nutritionally to help varicose veins? My left leg looks like a topographical map of the Dakota Badlands. help if possible..

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  31. c7042 Posted on September 2, 2019 at 8:54 pm

    I bought something called Nutritional Yeast yesterday because it supposedly has some vitamins I needed and the store labeled the jar good for popcorn seasoning. ????? 😎😢

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  32. sylvainster30 Posted on September 2, 2019 at 9:39 pm

    Awesome information 👏🏼 i will do my part and share with everyone i know 🤪
    ✌🏼😎👍🏼

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  33. Reges Pineze Posted on September 2, 2019 at 9:54 pm

    Amazing videos… one after one. People love to put the blame on one thing only for their failures. Not diferent with diets. If you don't do the right things, you may not touch this til you can understand at least the basics. I'm back to school doing a post grad. in Feed Behavior, as a psychologist, just to understand better this topic and give a better help for my patients. I don't know how to say, but my work has been decreased when I focus on their diet first in a short therm results. Is something like doing keto for a long fast. You can fast with carbs, but you'll have to sell your soul to the devil to pass the fist three days without food. Same in the therapy. I can just work on the psychological aspect, as usual, but if I fix their diet first, man, it's miraculously better for every kind of issues. Short therm results are the most dificult in a psychological treatment. Depression and anxiety decreases significantly and become more controled in a faster period of time. Another psychological disorders has shown significant treatment improvement after a better diet protocol. Stress has became, again, the biggest enemy in therapy. I'm amazed how much I've been learning from the nutritional aspects for a better mental health of my patients.

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  34. Alan Blackmore Posted on September 2, 2019 at 10:01 pm

    Wow!!!!!!
    Thank you Doctor, for very well presented presentation….
    It has give to me (and i hope others ) a better understanding, so as to question my G.P.
    I have heard the phrase so much " eat less and move more" that it as become so easy to fallout of respect (love)) with ones self 😔
    I was never sick, until the day I did visit my local surgery …. Now I am on so many pills ,,,,, if I shake,,,, I rattle !!!!!!
    Armed with the information from is upload ,and others of yours, I now am going to question the pharmaceutical health care I am under….

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  35. MrMudstud Posted on September 3, 2019 at 1:55 am

    Another excellent one Dr Ekberg, I enjoy your detailed info videos. Yep, another great one👍…….

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  36. Linda Bladon Posted on September 3, 2019 at 7:19 am

    Dr. Sten, I reformed my diet by following your videos, except in one area: I cannot seem to give up milk in my tea and coffee. Therefore I can't really be keto. I am trying to lower my A1c, but to no avail. Please tell me off! Linda, South coast UK. X

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  37. Donna Williams Posted on September 3, 2019 at 9:58 am

    Hi Dr Ekberg I suffer with bad arthritis pains iv been keto for a few months now I only use coconut oil and olive oil no seeds, no sugar i use xyliol in my coffee about twice a day. but I make keto bread every week using almond flour. Could this be the reason I am still in pain.

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  38. Cassaundra C Posted on September 3, 2019 at 4:28 pm

    Dr Ekberg, I'm pretty sure you are saving lives, it's really appreciated. Thank you for really giving us the science behind weight loss, diabetes and how our bodies function, and not regurgitating what other sites say.

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  39. Duchess of Merania mira Posted on September 3, 2019 at 11:27 pm

    What can be done during menopause to target weight loss or keep it off with the ever changing hormonal imbalances? Thanks

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  40. Sachithanandam Karthikselvan Posted on September 4, 2019 at 6:16 am

    Thanks for making these awesome videos. You almost answered all my questions.

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  41. sajsrn Posted on September 4, 2019 at 1:17 pm

    What is the best way to break a 10 day water only fast?

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  42. Nyamgerel Dorj Posted on September 4, 2019 at 2:31 pm

    Hi how can i fix this problem thks

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  43. pubg hardcore Posted on September 4, 2019 at 5:19 pm

    nice 147k subs sweet hope to get there

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