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In this video, Dr. Berg talks about Salt Deficiency on Keto. When a person is burning sugar and running on the sugar fuel, that is called glycolysis and then shift over to ketones burning fat, they will eventually drop a lot of electrolytes and the need for salt will go up. He also talks about the recommended salt intake when on ketosis.

Salt Deficiency Symptoms:
• Low Blood Pressure
• Leg Cramps (Especially in the lower part of the leg, the calf are and the foot)
• Dizzy when standing up
• Weakness
• Fatigue

Two Types of Salt:
• Himalayan Pink Salt (From the mountain top in Pakistan. It is pink because it has a little bit of iron)
• Celtic Sea Salt (It has clay and is from a certain ocean)

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


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28 thoughts on “Salt Deficiency on Keto (Ketogenic Diet) coupon discount promotional codes 2018-2019

  1. Thank you for you help i am 5 days in to the Keto today I haven’t been feeling good at all I thought I had to cut out the salt too, now I know why I not feeling the best.
    Thank you for your information

  2. My sodium in my bloodwork came in a bit low so they suggested drinking more water (Ug, I have enough) and returning in a month …..I add a pinch of pink salt to everything….so that was weird,….Anyone else?

  3. Had vomiting for two days! And most probably from raw milk kefir i did. Tried to help myself with green tea and apple cider vinegar when actually my stomach was empty . Vomited again, and did not really help. Every time i drank water i threw up. Then i had for the second night time water with tea spoon salt. I had leg cramps , thought of dehydration. I did not throw up, I slept. In the morning after 2 days of not eating and throwing up I finally felt better. I had dried up in the oven pieces of bread and eggs after. Still ok. It is afternoon now.

  4. A friend of mine on IF and Keto can't stand salty food, does not want it on/in food. I suggested he could drink salted water. He did this and now feels great. But then he read that salt intake should be via food and not by fluids? Does it matter?

    Is it not recommended to drink salted water?
    Isn't that a normal thing for those on IF and Keto to drink water with added salt in the morning?
    Are you sure it's only 1-1.5 teaspoons of Himalayan Salt? That seems like 1/2 the amount in the standard American diet? Those on IF and Keto should take less salt than what is the standard?
    1 teaspoon Himalayan Salt is only 5.69 grams. I actually though those on IF and Keto who are active needed 10-13 grams a day.

    When you use such abstract fantasy measurements like "teaspoon" and "cup" or "ounce", could you also write grams on the board?
    You don't need to say the dreaded word "grams".
    1.5 teaspoons(not tablespoons, those are larger) is that equal to a topped teaspoon? But 1.5 teaspoons is 0.5 tablespoons?

  5. I used to hate salt….that's because that crap on the tables across America isn't salt. Sodium Chloride in those salt shakers…yep…junk. I love REAL salt incl the ones listed above.

  6. Is there such a thing as too much salt? Perhaps an idea for your next vid? If so how much? 6ft 85 kg. Just started taking Keto seriously, loving it and a huge fan of your channel for some time now.

  7. Dr. Berg, started the Keto diet a month ago. Today I went to my family doctor. My blood pressure was 112 over 66. She lowered my blood pressure meds. I also experienced dizziness. But you gave the reason why this happened. So thank you for that!

  8. Could you make a video on what oils to use for frying? I mean If you fry meat or anything else, it will absorb a lot of that oil. There are special oils which are made for frying to reduce problems with the breakdown of nonsaturated fatty acids, are these recommended? What about oils that are high in nonsaturated fats in general? Like coconut oil or peanut oil etc?

  9. Been there, done all the low-mineral/salt symptoms. BTW, I would not take Celtic Sea Salt, it is full of micro-plastics (proven, tested). Get ancient seabed salts, before plastics were invented. Also, for me, upping salts and Magnesium just worsened my cramps. On my extreme strict keto, the culprit was way too little potassium. Listen to your body.

  10. great video thank you! BUT right now keto for 22mths, lost 53bls, my BP is 139/90 🙁 and my hands and feet swell a little at night sometimes for only a couple hours and sometimes longer 🙁 HELP I also recently gained 3lbs 🙁

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