Keto Diet & Intermittent Fasting for Beginners & Procrastinators – Dr.Berg

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Dr. Berg talks about keto and intermittent fasting.
Step 1: Remove all the junk food from your house
Step 2: Remove all the foods from the countertops
Step 3: Go to the grocery store and buy eggs, proteins, salad, hummus, peanut butter, celery, kake, berries, nut butter, and cheese.
Step 4: Plan out what you are going to eat. Eat fat at the meal to go longer between meals. AVOID SNACKS!
Step 5: Push breakfast further and further forward until you can skip breakfast and only have 2 meals a day.
At this point you’ll have momentum, no cravings, no hunger, energy and it will be easy to continue. Add electrolytes and B-vitamins (nutritional yeast) to make it easier and prevent symptoms of keto adaption.
Step 6: Avoid going to restaurants, avoid alcohol and you’re good!

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Dr. Berg, age 56, is a chiropractor who specializes in Healthy Ketosis & Intermittent Fasting. He is the author of the best-selling book The Healthy Keto Plan, and is the Director of Dr. Berg’s Nutritionals. He no longer practices, but focuses on health education through social media.


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Dr. Eric Berg received his Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Palmer College of Chiropractic in 1988. His use of “doctor” or “Dr.” in relation to himself solely refers to that degree. Dr. Berg is a licensed chiropractor in Virginia, California, and Louisiana, but he no longer practices chiropractic in any state and does not see patients so he can focus on educating people as a full time activity, yet he maintains an active license. This video is for general informational purposes only. It should not be used to self-diagnose and it is not a substitute for a medical exam, cure, treatment, diagnosis, and prescription or recommendation. It does not create a doctor-patient relationship between Dr. Berg and you. You should not make any change in your health regimen or diet before first consulting a physician and obtaining a medical exam, diagnosis, and recommendation. Always seek the advice of a physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. The Health & Wellness, Dr. Berg Nutritionals and Dr. Eric Berg, D.C. are not liable or responsible for any advice, course of treatment, diagnosis or any other information, services or product you obtain through this video or site.



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42 thoughts on “Keto Diet & Intermittent Fasting for Beginners & Procrastinators – Dr.Berg”

  1. Magnifique video 🙏 thanks for all the infos and thanks to my super Coach who shared it with me🙏

  2. In my opinion the Agoge diet is the best diet available, you get rid of fat fast and feel energetic.

  3. Oh my LORD, my heart jumped out of my body when he said "I'm talking to you, Mary" lmbo🤣

  4. 2 questions:
    1. What if you cannot eat dairy products? I saw where you included cheese.
    2. What if you are on medications that have to be taken in the morning and must be taken with food. You mentioned eliminating breakfast.

  5. I’m binge watching Dr Berg’s IF videos while consuming Olive Garden pasta, sausage, salad and tiramisu. Thinking … frozen kale … hmmm 🤔 This is gonna be tough.

  6. Hey Dr i see a lot info on IF fat loss, but how do we do IF if fat loss is the last benefit that i care about. Can i have coffe with cream and honey for say????

  7. I figured out that if you live in a household with people who want to keep eating "normal", you have to replace step 1 and 2 with a going-into-the-kitchen-ban for youself.

  8. I don't do Messenger or Facebook (I know… OMG, how is that possible, right??) So, what other way can I access your Mini-Course??

  9. Dr. Berg, as much as I LOVE YOU and your vids… I have to disagree: I have been on Keto/IF over the last 2 years. And I did this specifically as I was diagnosed as a Type 2 Diabetic back in Sept 2015 (and did not want to be on any meds for diabetes) and probably IF as of March of 2016. I had been eating low carb (like Atkins) for last 6+ years, but never ate lower protein and SO much fat. I have always eaten TONS of veggies but then, kept to the Keto diet very strictly eating only grassfed beef, some chicken and only GOOD quality fats such as grassfed butter, virgin coco oil, high priced Olive oil, grassfed ghee, etc. Yet, after losing 33 pounds over a yr, I ended up having some very bad side effects. As a hypothyroid patient with type 2 diabetes, this DID lower my blood glucose…but NOT to a level to avoid me having to take Metformin (was my hope). Also, during the timeframe I was on the Keto diet, I eventually ended up going from normal sleep to having horrible problems with solid sleep…waking up every 4 hours or so, as well as problems getting to sleep. ON TOP OF THAT, I have had to dramatically increase my thyroid meds during that time…as compared to me being on a stable dose since 2007?! DO YOU THINK THAT WOMEN'S BODIES, WITH THEIR HORMONAL ISSUES, DEAL WITH IF AND KETO IN A DIFFERENT WAY?? I have seen some youtube vids on this aspect specifically and simply wish to find out a fix for this, as I do believe in the concept of IF/Keto, but don't want to end up hurting my body in any way long term??!!

  10. but after how long should i start to skip the first meal and step over to 2 meals a day

  11. I'm a HUUUUGE procrastinator. I'm good for the week, but on weekends I cheat. I plan to IF but I somehow I can't stay on keto for one week!!!

  12. I'm probably talking to you, Mary… John… Stephan… LOL I don't know why but I find Dr B funny. Dry humor I guess.

  13. isn’t it bad for someone who is still learning to not eat breakfast? it’s stapled in our brains that breakfast is very good for you

  14. I am a type 2 diabetic and am looking at getting on the Keto diet. However, I am worried about Diabetic Ketoacidosis (DKA). How do I prevent that from happening?

  15. Dr Berg is right, throw our the junk food (try very hard to avoid it in the stores).
    Plan out your meals for the week and you'll always have something and know what
    you'll be eating and when you'll eat so the quick and easy fast food or restaurant foods or snack aisle items won't tempt you

    Also, keep it up, keep trying and you'll retrain yourself and make better choices. Remember, you may have spent a lifetime eating whatever carbs you wanted whenever you wanted, so making your new keto habit stronger will take resolve. If you make a mistake, just start all over again, don't beat yourself up about it. Dr. Berg also has a good video about what to eat to handle certain cravings

  16. What would be your advice for somebody like me – I am a breakfast person. It is the most favorite meal during the day. It keeps me away from awful migraines and sets up the mood for entire day. Dinner…. I can skip it. I workout evening classes and most of time cannot eat after that. Go to bed being sooooo hungry and push it through. Do you think it will be enough stop eating after 6pm or I should stop earlier to keep my breakfast? Thank you.

  17. Can you suggest a way for someone who had weight loss surgery to do Intermittent fasting without getting ill because they cannot get enough nutrients in 1 or 2 meal a day? I'm 66 years old and had surgery almost 3 years ago losing 156 pounds and then regained 21. I went on Keto and lost all of the regain and several pounds more. I have now lost a total of 162 pounds with about 25 pounds left to lose. When I went on IF I felt ill so I added all of the vitamins and food items you suggested but there wasn't an improvement so my dietician told me no more fasting. The fat in my diet makes me too full to eat enough to sustain my health. I can eat only small amounts every 5 hours so what do I do? Please help.

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