FATTY Liver: 5 Things You MUST Avoid – NAFLD – 2019

FATTY Liver: 5 Things You MUST Avoid – NAFLD – 2019


hey I’m dr. ken berry family physician with almost 20 years of clinical experience and today I’d love to discuss with you fatty liver disease and five things you absolutely must avoid if you want to reverse it millions of people around the world are being diagnosed with non-alcoholic fatty liver disease and non-alcoholic steatohepatitis these are different kinds of fatty liver disease Nash is an inflammatory condition whereas NAFLD is more of just a fat accumulation without progressing to the inflammation yet now millions of people are suffering but there’s a way out there’s a way to reverse this that’s very natural very easy and very inexpensive and I want to go over the five things you should avoid and I think there’s actually a bonus thing but also in this video I want to talk to you about three myths that you may have heard about fatty liver that if you follow them they’re not gonna help you reverse your fatty liver at all so let’s talk about this so you’ve been you’ve been diagnosed with NAFLD or nash or fatty liver now what here we go so there is no fda-approved pill or injection for fatty liver although big pharma has spent billions of dollars trying to come up with one the reason for this is that fatty liver disease is caused by your diet and you will fix it by changing your diet permanently to a delicious healthy diet that’s that’s sustainable and full of good nutritious natural real foods that you can eat for the rest of your life as you reverse and get rid of your fatty liver and never get it again but now let’s first talk about the traditional advice you may get from your doctor so you know you’re diagnosed in your follow-up appointment your doctor says okay you need to avoid all alcohol and you need to avoid acetaminophen or Tylenol I totally agree with both of these recommendations you need to be a teetotaler if you’ve been diagnosed with fatty liver alcohol needs to not pass your lips again because alcohol is a poison that makes your liver work harder and if you’ve already been diagnosed with fatty liver you don’t need alcohol at all zero not red wine for the for the the good antioxidant that no no alcohol no tylenol no we’ll say to benefit because it is absolutely metabolized by the liver and your liver doesn’t need any extra duties while it’s trying to get rid of the fact that that’s been accumulated there now on to other traditional advice that you may get which can be very vague and very obtuse and leave you going okay so how do I do that stuff like eat a healthy low-fat diet what’s that mean exactly eat lots of fruit and veg is that good advice or is that actually bad advice perhaps drinks fruit smoothies perhaps do liver cleanses which either are things you buy from that provider or buy off the internet perhaps they tell you to drink more fresh squeezed fruit juices is that good advisor is that bad advice and then always the last two pieces of this traditional advice is to exercise more in lose weight okay thanks for that now let’s talk about the problem with that advice first of all that’s the same advice you’ve been getting for your entire life from your health care provider your dietitian is your nutritionist yeah we want to lose weight we want to exercise more we want to eat a healthy diet but let me give you now some very specific advice that I have seen people use to reverse their fatty liver disease hundreds of times and to not only make the fatty liver go away to make it stay away and that’s the things I’m going to talk to you about in this video non-alcoholic fatty liver disease or non-alcoholic steatohepatitis the fatty liver conditions they’re all about sugar they’re all about fructose they’re all about insulin and they’re all about inflammation that’s what causes them and when you get rid of those things that’s what’s going to reverse your fatty liver disease so I’m gonna tell you the five things plus a bonus thing that you need to avoid completely while you are reversing your fatty liver disease but first I want to tell you three myths and you’ll you might hear this from your health care provider or after you got home from your diagnosis you might have googled fatty liver disease and came up with these things you might have heard to eat a low-fat diet to avoid fats and so there’s really two different kinds of fat that I’m going to talk about more in a minute but the healthy good fats have nothing to do with storing fat in your liver eating fat does not make you fat and eating fat does not cause fatty liver that is a medical myth a nutrition superstition that’s just not true number two is that eating lots of protein is hard on your liver you should eat a low protein diet again there’s absolutely no meaningful research that backs this up nothing shows that at all that is a medical myth and a nutrition superstition number three is what’s number three Oh fried foods you should avoid fried foods there’s nothing magically good or magically bad about fried foods it all comes down in what did you bread the food with and what did you fry it in and we’re going to talk about that more down in the five things okay that’s three myths you can forget about those those are meaningless myths they don’t help you at all now let me talk about the five specific things that you can implement as soon as this video is over and start to immediately reverse your fatty liver disease number one is you need to avoid sugar in all of its forms obviously the bat the five-pound bag of sugar you buy at the store obviously any kind of pre sweetened sugar added anything you need to avoid sucrose which is sugar is made up of glucose and fructose when you eat sucrose or sugar and this can go further this is also applies to the natural sugar sources like honey and agave nectar when you eat those the glucose in that causes an insulin spike and the fructose in that does is not metabolize the way normal sugar is fructose is absorbed through the portal vein straight into your liver and when you’ve eaten the glucose along with it which is how you get fructose you can’t just get it by itself even in high fructose corn sir if you’re still getting glucose so with your insulin already spiked because of the glucose load then the fructose is immediately converted into a triglyceride which is stored in your liver so you got to stop the sugar in all forms and you may say well God that sounds like a lot of trouble that sounds like I love sugar yeah you’ve been diagnosed with fatty liver disease which will progress to steatohepatitis and will progress to cirrhosis and ultimately to liver failure this is not a joke this is a very serious diagnosis you’ve got that’s the bad news the good news is is if you avoid these five things and do the other things I tell you about on my other youtube videos you’ll get rid of the fatty liver and you’ll keep it gone forever you’ve got to get rid of the sugar number two it’s soft drinks whether they’re sweetened with just sucrose table sugar or whether they’re sweetened with high fructose corn sweetener or sugar either one of those is terrible for your liver the high fructose version is probably worse but there’s not a lot of research about this and there’s also billions of big food dollars out there trying to keep that quiet so but you need to avoid all sweet and soft drinks whatsoever I would also minimize sugar-free or artificially sweetened soft drinks as well we’re grown-ups here you don’t need to drink your your soft drink your soda every day anymore you’ve been diagnosed with a liver medical condition so you gotta stop the soft drinks number three fruit juices now wait a minute I thought I thought he I should eat lots of fruits and vegetables why do they always say that way with fruit in the front I’m not sure no you don’t need to eat lots of fruits definitely not eating an occasional piece of raw fruit is not a big deal there’s a lot of fiber in there that slows down the absorption of the glucose and fructose so it’s probably not a big thing I would not make fruit a big part of your diet that might be your dessert since you’re avoiding all sugars you might have a little cup of berries or an apple or something as dessert but that’s that’s the that needs to be the extent of the fruit that you eat but fruit juices are just concentrated forms of the with sugar that’s in fruit if you drink a glass of orange juice that’s you’re getting the fructose from four or five oranges that’s way too much fructose you you have to stop the fruit juices and that includes the fruit fruit juice smoothies and maybe the liver cleanses out there you need to understand there’s no research that shows that any kind of liver cleanse that you buy on the Internet is going to help your liver at all what you’ve got to do is stop doing these five things and then do the other things I talked about that’s what’s going to reverse your fatty liver number four is you have to avoid grains this includes wheat corn oats rice amaranth millet quinoa all of them you got to avoid all these because they are full of carbohydrates and you can do a quick search on the internet and say what are carbohydrates made of carbohydrates are long chains of sugar that’s what they are there’s no argument about that grains do not have anything in them that will help your liver at all there’s no meaningful nutrition in grains that you can’t get more of from better sources okay number four grains have got to go and and so when I say that I’m talking about from the cheapest white bread that you can buy at the discount store to the most expensive stone-ground non-gmo ancient wheat bread that costs 42 dollars a loaf they’re equally as bad for your fatty liver they have to go number 5 is industrial seed oils remember I said before they said stop eating fried foods if you’re frying that food in these oils then you need to stop that immediately and start frying your your good quality whole food in real fat which we’ll talk about but what are the industrial seed oils they are canola soybean oil peanut oil corn oil cottonseed oil safflower oil sunflower oil those are the major ones stop cooking in those stop adding those to your food if you want to use a plant-based oil then some coconut oil is great olive oil is great if you I prefer the the the animal oils like lard bacon grease tallow butter those are the fats that I use in my diet none of those good fats will increase your risk of fatty liver or make it worse but the industrial seed oils have a very high omega-6 to omega-3 ratio which is very very inflammatory for your liver and your other body parts it’s not that all omega sixes are bad that’s not the case it’s if you’re getting too much omega-6 versus omega-3s that’s where the problem arises and so now the bonus tip is you’ve got to stop snacking you need to eat either two or three discrete meals during the day in an eight-hour feeding window and otherwise you’ve got to stop the snacking in between meals because that’s going to keep your insulin level elevated which remember we talked about earlier is going to cause any amount of fructose you’ve got in there any amount of sugar to break down into fructose and then you’re going to store that as fat your liver so there you go now I’ve got two other videos about fatty liver disease and I’m gonna post them here and here you can click on those and watch them right now and then also down in the comment section or down in my description I’m gonna post the diet that once you’ve gotten these six things out of your diet you can follow even more a real whole food ketogenic diet is the only diet I’ve ever seen reverse fatty liver disease and I’m gonna post a link to my playlist which has over 50 videos about the ketogenic way of eating that you can watch at your liberty and learn all about this now if you know anyone with fatty liver disease NAFLD na Sh cirrhosis or even liver failure please share this video with them sharing videos like this is how we’re going to reach the world they’re never gonna hear about this from their primary care health provider maybe they need to hear about it from somebody and you can help me be that somebody if my videos have helped you improve your health in some way then please consider clicking on the patreon link it’s right down below it’s a quick sign up you can throw a buck or two my way so that I have more time and more resources to make videos just like this if you like this video click subscribe button and the bell right beside it so that every time I get a bright idea you’ll be one of the very first to know this is dr. berry I’ll see you next time

100 Comments

  • KenDBerryMD says:

    This is the diet that Reverses Fatty Liver▶ http://bit.ly/KETO101

  • Kristine Willems says:

    What about nuts?

  • TubeBrasil says:

    Skip to 5:50 for the 5 tips

  • Markus Byström says:

    Hi Dr Berry I have a hard question to ask as the answers might terrify me, can liver scirrosis be reversed? My mom that is 65 years old is waiting for a liver transplant. And she also has ongoing cataract, she has 20+ medicines and while I wish I could do anything for her i'm just terrified that any advice regarding a lowcarb/keto plan would make her worse. Is there any hope once it progressed that far to reverse or atleast keep the new part of her liver healthy once she has a transplant? Also of important note I live in Sweden so most doctors don't know what a ketogenic diet is, let alone know that it can reverse a fatt liver. And godbless as I am Very greatful for all the content you have provided as it has reversed my own pre T2D.

  • Patience Alice says:

    Loving your videos. Off topic: I recently had my gallbladder removed and was afraid of do the Keto Diet. I am in my second week on the diet after following your instructions on what to do if you no longer have a gallbladder. No problem at all now that I began increasing good fats. It’s amazing; already losing weight and I owe it all to you. Kudos Doc!

  • robin leclerc says:

    i've been healthy keto for 6 months now…i plan on eating this way forever but i was wondering how long before u see results of liver improvement?

  • Mad Chaos says:

    Great video!!

  • Alejandro Fleury says:

    Thanks Doc! You did it again! ; )

  • Nedra Crouse says:

    Great info

  • Ian Dalton says:

    Love your advice Doc, but you seem to have lost one of your ear buds. Check in the crease of the chair! 🙂

  • vincent desiano says:

    Very good and sound information! But a bit of a fatty intro.

  • Rob yN says:

    Thank you!

  • Jimmy White says:

    Dr. Berry I get headaches every day on carnivore diet…is it the coffee ??

  • James Hooker says:

    Interesting that one of the arguments used against grains was that they aren’t a good source of nutrition that you can’t get from better sources, yet frying in animal fat is ok. Wouldn’t it be better just to cook without adding oil/fat since apart from tons of calories there is little nutritional benefit that you can’t get from better sources? Also, how does cooking with animal fat fit into a whole food keto diet or any other whole food diet?

    I can’t say your strategy doesn’t work but it does seem there’s some strong bias in your recommendations

  • GetOffTheLawn says:

    I'm moving to Las Vegas next spring. Anyone know a Keto friendly doc in that area? I'm sick of the lectures lol.

  • Winner says:

    Haven't been able to eat breads for years since it causes pain in my liver area when I do.
    There is another YouTube site where the gal says she healed her fatty liver by doing liver cleanse… ?

  • Chris V says:

    Ik keto i had low blood sugar. Felt horrible

  • Modest Energy says:

    What are the symptoms or blood test numbers that indicate fatty liver disease (without getting an ultrasound)?

  • Mobius Trip says:

    I disagree on grains. Wheat bran and wheat germ contain betaine which helps your liver metabolism, esp fat transport. Plus it keeps homocysteine in check, reducing your chances of heart disease significantly. Also, the fibre in bran will keep you regular like a champ, and then there are a wealth of micronutrients, vitamins and minerals.

  • Giovanni Dattilo says:

    great video! very informative!!

  • Ana Nazario says:

    Is fatty liver can be because of medications? Like a lot of meds that you are taking?

  • BicycleJoeLofi Soundandvision says:

    Congratulations on your bundle of joy, your life is just beginning. So I am 65 years old, recovered from hepatitis C but I still have a fatty liver and type two diabetes I’ve scheduled a full physical at the VA hospital later this month to get a look at my levels. But the problem is my income, I need to find a way to bring my weight and Blood Sugar down. Do you know of budget diet for about $200 a month. Can you point me in that direction?

  • Ursula Williams says:

    Can you eat salted peanuts?

  • Ursula Eissner says:

    I firmly believe by following this advice my husband’s life was saved . He lost his big belly , lost 30 pounds , dropped his blood sugar back to normal and looks now better than 20 years ago . Thanks Doc !

  • Robert says:

    Dr Berry, I recently had a cmp done and all tests were normal except for alkaline phosphatase which was in the low range at 37. My doc is not concerned but I wanted your opinion if you think I should look into this some more, if you don't mind. Thanks so much for the videos.

  • janet bent says:

    I just knew something was wrong. Finally insisted on testing and the GP ordered an ABD U/S. When I went for follow up, he said it was fine. He stepped out of the room and I looked at the report. It said NAFLD. When I confronted him about it, he said that the Radiologist always has to say that as 65% of people have it. He completely blew me off. (also said that Mg didn't matter) I'd known this guy for years 🙁 It sent me off on my own search. I found dietdoctor and Dr. Berry! And because the professional didn't tell me the truth, I bought the book LIES MY DOCTOR TOLD ME to found out what else I should know. As of this morning I'm down 82 lbs and everything feels better. Thanks Dr. B

  • Growingoldnot sogracefully says:

    travel much? 😉

  • richard johnston says:

    Hi Dr. Berry, what are the symptoms of fatty liver, I have macular degeneration and I’m wondering if there’s a connection?

  • Personal says:

    4? Quinoa??? come on. someone tell me thats nor right

  • shelley burns says:

    I have NAFLD. I cut out all gluten,dairy,grains. I did not know I had to cut out fruit. I have a smoothie every morning. I have lost 15kg in 3 months. If I'm loosing weight can I still have my smoothies? I'm so confused by what I can eat. I was having quinoa every now and then. So peanut butter is out as well?

  • Crystal Richburg says:

    I had gastric bypass surgery in1988. A doctor later told me that that surgery kills people’s liver. I have worried about my liver health ever since. Do you know if this is true? I’m eating basically carnivore now. I know that the right thing to do. Taking supplements for liver health is expensive. Am I wasting my money?

  • Martha A says:

    Wow.. Lard??

  • CJ Miro says:

    I literally *just came home diagnosed with 'high liver count'. The Dr told me what many have said here…. " Reduce calories, have oatmeal in the morning, juice, some fruit… "
    I asked her if she'd read about keto. She said it was a dangerous fad. Guess what I'm going to do?? Yep. I have follow up labs in 90 days. I'm not great with the macros but I'm going to do my best. I'll check in with you all at that time.

    I'm loving the info Dr Berry, Thank you so much for it! Congratulations on the baby to you and your wife! 🙏

    P.S. Is Stevia ok?

    Edited to add: Currently need to take 500 mg Alieve for pain issues.. no more Tylenol though. PT and Orthopedist in December. Any suggestions for not being able to exercise?

  • Judy O. says:

    A very informative video! Thank you much!! 👍🙏🏼🤝🙋🏻‍♀️🏆

  • Hope For the Planet says:

    Dr. Barry…can you get all the nutrients and vitamins your body needs from a Ketogenic Diet? Since the food guide was changed to severely reduce meat , protein and fats and largely increase the grains , fruits and vegetables, it seems that there is far more obesity in western civilised countries..Except for France…. and Norway…who ignored these food guides and retained their traditional cuisines …Eating a meal with the French is a three hour marathon of rich sauces, meats , cheeses , tart fruits and salads…and yet..they don’t seem to have a problem with obesity..and seem fitter overall…So WHY are dieticians poo-pooing the French diet and promoting this destructive food guide?

  • Lana Harris says:

    You are the best Dr. because you care thank you so much.

  • Paul Bryan says:

    This is some great info Dr Ken .
    Thank you

  • Anthony Strom says:

    What is there left to eat?

  • Patty p says:

    Good afternoon Dr. Berry. Im 59 yrs old, you were the first doctor I watched on youtube, thanks to you and keto, I reversed by diabetes, which I had for over 20 yrs, my endocrinologist removed my metformin & my BP meds, he wants me to keep on taking my statin because my cholesterol is "extremely high". A few years ago my PCP told me I have fatty liver, every 3 months after my blood work, she kept on telling me I had fatty liver! I would ask her if there is anything I should do or avoid, her answer was always the same, don't do anything. She never ever told me not to drink alcohol, or take tylenol. I don't drink but once in a while I like a glass of wine. I was even taking synthroid as per her prescription. Come to find out I didn't even need that med. Thanks again Dr. Berry. Congrats to you & your wife on the new addition to the family💐

  • Sam Sharman says:

    Thank you for the info doc! Really useful as always. I'm diggin your references to sacred geometry btw

  • Robin Hosking says:

    It’s a pretty amazing organ as they go. It’s ability to regenerate is incredible if you give it the right conditions.

  • sunflowerslily says:

    Are there symptoms of NAFLD? What are they?

  • Chatty Cathy says:

    This video was a true godsend. Thank you for being the messsenger

  • Amber Danielle says:

    When I was diagnosed with nafld I was given absolutely no advice and no paperwork in regards to my condition whatsoever upon being discharged. Yay for American healthcare 🙄🙄🙄

  • 33 minuets ago says:

    Two things I’ve done….read the book Eat Right 4 Your Type and I take CBD ISOLATE. Changing diet and CBD works for me. No meds.

  • Azul Nadamdamin says:

    There is much better than that ahha ? Water …..thats it well normalize your health almost all.

  • Jay Emm says:

    Recently diagnosed with NASH (fatty liver disease). I received the typical advise Dr Berry mentioned in the beginning of the video. I have been practicing a 100% carnivore diet for 8 weeks. I am greatful you mentioned Acetaminofin, as I didn't know it was especially harmful. I am hopeful I will reverse my disease in the next 6 months.

  • Maura Regan says:

    Thanks Dr Berry. An appropriate video for what's happening to my husband now. Bloodwork came back after trip to Cardiologist and he has fatty liver with elevated liver enzymes. He is being sent to a liver specialist. I'll pass on these 5 tips. Please God he will comply.

  • Victoria CNC MEDIATION SERVICES Reigle says:

    There isn’t anything left to eat or drink then

  • DannyB1954 says:

    I had Non Alcoholic Fatty Liver. It showed up on an ultrasound. I quit using alcohol in 1978. Grains and sugars did it. I went Keto and lost 30 lbs AND the Fatty Liver. It took about a year.

  • Chukalux77++ says:

    Stevia ? Ezekiel bread ??

  • Martha Lee says:

    Thank you Dr. Berry! Your channel is just chock full of GREAT information!
    I will pass this on to a friend of mine that has non alcohol fatty liver!!
    Congratulations on the birth of your new precious baby!!!
    So no artificial sweeteners?

  • Catherine Sandell says:

    So why doesn’t the western medical system say it’s a serious disease? All of my physicians including specialists haven’t said anything about it being dangerous!

  • Open Heart says:

    Saint Marie's thistle cured mine plus taurine. Never change my fat intake.

  • judith johnson says:

    Dr. Berry, Information to schedule an appointment , please and thank you.

  • william cooper says:

    Dr Berry, what about sucralose, stevia, ethyritol, or milk and kefir??

  • Heather R says:

    What if I’m diagnosed with corotid arteries disease? I was told not to eat fats from animals with red meat or at least limit them. I also was thinking of switching my cooking oils to corn oil or olive oil but now I’m confused! I haven’t been diagnosed with Fatty Liver but my mom has and I eat like her so I wanted to be careful ahead of it! Im so confused now! What if you have problems with Atherosclerosis or coronary artery disease and have fatty liver? Do you still use these 5 tips? I especially wonder about the cooking oils and grains. I was thinking I needed to eat whole grain bread!!!!! So lost!!!! Thanks for any help to understanding!!!! I’m new to your videos! I have only seen a few but definitely will be seeing more. I like what I see so far! It’s just this one I’m confused on for now!

  • the7thwreck says:

    I recently had blood test showing horrific liver inflammation. I then, through a few changes in diet, reduced my liver ALT from 510 to 60 in three months (normal ALT is <34) My Dr printed a out graph showing the rise and rapid drop and couldn't believe it. I did it by cutting down alcohol, quitting sugar and carbs and going carnivore. I was on track for permanent liver damage but reversed it very quickly. It absolutely is possible, I did it!!

  • vibration positive one love says:

    Sugar and carbs are harder to kick than crack cocaine. Only a solid 48-36 hour fast will stop those addictions and also the help of God.

  • Madhu Gadhamsetty says:

    Dr. Please let us know what is your take on Palm oil. Is it good or bad? I am hearing different versions about the same and request you to throw some light on it.

  • Nena Duarte says:

    But I thought coconut oil & olive oil are no good with high heat? I use avocado oil or lard

  • Robin Jones says:

    Congratulations on the birth of your son! Thank you for this information.

  • guess who? says:

    Not one of my Dr's have never addressed my fatty liver. They just put me on a prediabetic med this past month.he was pushing fruits. They also pushed a lot of grains.
    My mom died from liver disease.
    I'm glad I found you mistake.

  • preetham g says:

    First thing we should avoid is YOU. You have no idea what you're barking about.

  • Iyaya Ekita says:

    Please smile more. Thank you for sharing such valuable data. You have a very strange and nice accent and I'm learning to understand it well.

  • Tony Tiger says:

    I was diagnosed with Fatty Liver disease many years ago. The only way for me to get rid of it is to have my jaw wired closed so that I can't eat.

  • Habib Zayat says:

    Well said Dr. Ken, you are a star!!!

  • B H says:

    Sugar
    Soft drinks
    Fruit juice
    Grains
    Industrial seed oils
    Bonus no snacking

  • Don White says:

    Excellent video. Thank you Dr. Berry!!

  • inn0v8tiv says:

    Looks like you have the alcoholic red nose & cheeks look

  • Elizabeth Tam says:

    I was diagnosed with fatty liver and pre diabetes…. my doctor told me to stop eating fat, meat and soda and low fat diet. I told him so what do I do now??? Cause that’s all I do now.Went to see a nutritionist. I gave her a list of what I normally eat. And she told me I’m eating healthy why am I doing there. Now I’m pregnant and I was told I’ll be high risk since I started out prediabetic and obse. So I started on the carnivore diet. Which my pregnancy only wants meat, milk, butter. I can’t stomach vegetables even fruits. So my nutritionist is horrified. And she’s trying to get me to eat whole grain, veggies, and fruits. But she can not explain why I lost weight, I’m no longer pre diabetic!!! Maintaining my weight and sugar in control. I go to the bathroom daily, without any fiber. Lol I can’t believe I found the miracle diet!

  • G Lis says:

    My family doctor didn’t tell me that I have fatty liver, I learned about my fatty liver from a person that did usg. So what advise could give me? Ha, ha

  • Barbara Davis says:

    I thought B vitamins come from grains

  • Mary Smith says:

    Dr Berry is apple cider vinegar good for a fatty liver?

  • Regina Trafton says:

    Brown long grain rice and steel oats aren’t okay?

  • Marcie says:

    What can be used in place of Tylenol (headaches) or Advil (pain)? Do I need to avoid Homeopathic remedies because of the alcohol content?

  • Jennifer Batchellor says:

    My doctor told me that high cholesterol can cause fatty liver. Is this true?

  • Windowsinside says:

    get to the point man you are dragging the subject for too long. don't repeat yourself

  • Telina Billinghurst says:

    We did an a ultrasound and was told by my Dr that I have fatty liver and to eat the Mediterranean diet and to stay away from. Keto diet

  • Nat The Brat says:

    what a handsome man and smart too xoxo 😉 Thx Dr. Berry

  • George Ramos says:

    Did he say Lard is good ?

  • Deb Matthews says:

    I was wondering if "grapeseed oil" good or bad for us?

  • Joint-Heir with Christ says:

    KenDBerryMD Do you still believe the carnivore diet is healthy? If so, how long should one stay on the carnivore diet?

  • Organicrime says:

    It would be great to see a video on how pain medications play a part on KETO?

  • BOARCAS BOGDAN says:

    Dr Berry please tell me you're opinion on my ALT 243 and AST 273 on liver analysis
    Thank you

  • Quentin Jacobson says:

    Hey doctor, if you absolutely HAD to choose plants to incorporate with meat what should a person choose?

  • 1powerfulforce says:

    I don’t drink (never have). I just had my bloodwork done and my liver numbers are elevated. The Dr. seemed concerned UNTIL I told her I was doing Keto. She thought that may be why they are elevated and that they would likely go back down. She was not anti Keto and she actually knew what Keto was. (Her son is also doing Keto.) Is it possible that my numbers could be elevated from Keto (started mid July of this year)? I am morbidly obese, but my liver numbers have always been fine.

  • Brenda Ames says:

    Dr. Berry, will you watch “The Game Changers” movie and comment on it? I have family convinced by this movie.

  • Mary Hamilton says:

    Very informitate

  • sherry smith says:

    Dr Berry,
    My gynecologist is having me take ..DIM SGS PLUS & ADK 10 can you please explain what these supplements do for the body?
    Thank you, love all your video's
    Sherry
    Louisville Ky

  • Jude Lynn says:

    Thanks so much, Dr. Berry💝

  • James White says:

    @KenBerryND I love your art. It paints a clear picture of the analytical piece of your mind. Oh, and the video was as awesome as always.

  • MrCougar214 says:

    I think Dr. Berry needs to go back to medical school……..To relearn all these idiot doctors they're pumping out these days! Keto is THE diet to be on. It's been proven in practice time and time again. I myself learned of keto less than one year ago and in 5 months I got my blood pressure under control, my cholesterol under control, my fatty liver nearly gone, and I have lost 95lbs! I have a bad back, neck, and knees so the physical "healing" there is taking longer but overall I feel better than I did when I was 18. People, KETO! Get your life back with this diet!

  • tweetypie37110 says:

    Thank you 🙏 excellent info and very timely information.

  • Tesseramous says:

    Is Nashville where everyone has nash?

  • Richard & Dianne Peters says:

    Hello Dr Berry,
    My husband is a 72 yr old white male who has just been diagnosed with stage 3 kidney disease.

    My husband was diagnosed with a hiatal hernia in the 1980’s he was prescribed Omeprazole which he currently is still prescribed. He has had the dosage of omeprazole cut down from 40mg twice a day to 20 mg twice a day & added the ranitidine 150 mg once a day as needed. In 2012, my husband had his aortic valve (which was damaged from the malaria) replaced with a bovine valve & the doctor prescribed plavix. In 2015, my husband had a stoke & they prescribed warfarin- he has recovered 100%. In 2016, he had

  • Marcell Hobbs says:

    I love lemon or ACV in my water. Does this spike sugars?

  • The Luko Show says:

    Hey Dr B.
    Have you seen the show on Netflix, “Gamechangers”?!
    I would love to get your thoughts on it.

  • dorkchop46 says:

    Dr Berry, in one of these fatty liver videos, I believe you said you said avoid acetaminophens. So what can I substitute in the place of pain relievers? BTW, I can't take Advil, Aleve, Ibuprofen( those pills make my heart race).

  • Kim Van Note says:

    Thanks A lot! Dr. Berry

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