In this video, Dr. Berg talks about copper deficiency. One of the functions of copper in the body is to help transform collagen in connective tissue. When you’re deficient, you could lose the elasticity of the connective tissue that could cause the symptom called sway back, problems with ligaments and flat feet. Copper is a […]

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I use manganese quite frequently in my office. From pituitary support, endocrine balance, and ligament/tendon problems. Manganese is a critical mineral that is quite often deficient. 0119

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Symptoms & Causes of Biotin Deficiency – vitamin B7 Symptoms & Causes of Biotin Deficiency Biotin Absorption Breakdown: Absorbed by cells of the small intestine Pancreas helps this process with the enzyme – Biotinidase **Inflammatory bowel disease and pancreatic inflammation could contribute to deficiency – examples of diseases – celiac disease and pancreatitis. Common Symptoms […]

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Signs and Symptoms of Vitamin B5 Deficiency What are the Signs and Symptoms of Vitamin B5 Deficiency? Vitamin B5 – AKA pantothenate or pantothenic acid is a water soluble vitamin that is essential for human function. vitamin B5 deficiency is a common cause of irritable bowel like symptoms. In addition, a lack of this nutrient […]

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Dr. Berg talks about the common signs and symptoms of a vitamin B2 deficiency. Dr. Eric Berg DC Bio: Dr. Berg, 51 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 […]

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What Diseases are linked to magnesium deficiency? With about 700 different functions, magnesium deficiency is linked to: 1. Depression 2. Heart problems like mitral valve prolapse, palpitations, and high blood pressure. 3. Fibromyalgia, muscle spasms, and muscle pain. 4. Neurological diseases including migraine headaches 5. Blood sugar issues leading to type II diabetes 6. Hypothyroid […]

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In this video, I want to cover the 5 uncommon signs of a potassium deficiency. Our bodies need 4,700mg of potassium per day from vegetables. Vegetables are potassium-rich foods that are also low in sugar. Potassium is involved with the:  • The rhythm of the heart • Blood sugar • Nerve and muscle physiology • […]

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Symptoms of Zinc Deficiency? You might be low in zinc if you have these signs: Women – hormone imbalance, infertility Men – low testosterone, hair loss One of the most common symptoms of zinc deficiency is loss of smell and loss of taste. Let’s say you have a zinc deficiency, and you develop this loss […]

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Medications that cause zinc deficiency? The average person in the United States over 40 is on five or more medications. So here is a list of Causes of Zinc Deficiency Your Doctor Didn’t Warn You About. If you’re on blood pressure medications, monitor your zinc levels, because when you start inhibiting your zinc the problem […]

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Dr. Berg Zinc is an essential nutrient, meaning that it is not organically manufactured within the body and therefore needs to be consumed in the form of food or supplemental sources. The recommended daily intake of zinc is between 10-30 mg per day, though this is variable depending on age and health condition. This may […]

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