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The Ketogenic Diet & Dairy (Milk, Yogurt & Cheese)

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Take Dr. Berg's Advanced Evaluation Quiz: http://bit.ly/EvalQuiz Your report will then be sent via email analyzing 104 potential symptoms, giving you a much deeper insight into the cause-effect relationship of your body issues. It's free and very enlightening. Dr. Berg talks about keto and dairy. The ketogenic diet requires you keep your carb low and especially sugars down to zero. Yogurts are out - because they contains lots of sugar, even the plain has 10 grams of sugar. Milk is pretty high - 12 grams sugar, but cheese, certain cheeses are zero sugars, but in general cheese is okay because it has very low sugar except for processed cheese, which is crazy high - 19 grams. Half and half is fairly low and whole cream is even better. 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 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 7 Principles of Fat Burning, published by KB Publishing in January 2011. 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 an active member of the Endocrinology Society, and has worked as a past part-time adjunct professor at Howard University. DR. BERG'S VIDEO BLOG: http://www.drberg.com/blog FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/DrEricBerg TWITTER: http://twitter.com/DrBergDC YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/user/drericbe... ABOUT DR. BERG: http://www.drberg.com/dr-eric-berg/bio DR. BERG'S SEMINARS: http://www.drberg.com/seminars DR. BERG'S STORY: http://www.drberg.com/dr-eric-berg/story DR. BERG'S CLINIC: https://www.drberg.com/dr-eric-berg/c... DR. BERG'S HEALTH COACHING TRAINING: http://www.drberg.com/weight-loss-coach DR. BERG'S SHOP: http://shop.drberg.com/ DR. BERG'S REVIEWS: http://www.drberg.com/reviews The Health & Wellness Center 4709 D Pinecrest Office Park Drive Alexandria, VA 22312 703-354-7336 Disclaimer: 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. 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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Jeremy Daw (4 days ago)
Please be more detailed on your weight measurements! Online I see pasture raised cow cream cheese rated at 2 gms per 30gms. When scaled up to 1 cup, it's the same as greek yogurt. Yet you recommend cream cheese and not yogurt. You must compare apples to apples.
Liz Irvine (4 days ago)
I 💜 listening to Dr Berg, he is a true pioneer of nutrition and the powerful effects of how food can heal so many ailments. 🙌🏼😀 Where I live (New Zealand) there is an awesome brand called ‘The coconut collaborative’ which is non-dairy and made with coconut cream. I have the plain natural variety which has 1.2g of sugar per serving. I have found this to be the best alternative (dammit I love yoghurt!).
Amanda Spears (4 days ago)
What about plain YQ from Yoplait? 2g sugar per cup. 26g protein. 3g carbs.
Bueler (5 days ago)
I think there's a mistake in this as you're not giving the quantity of each item You are using 8 oz for milk but I doubt the figures you give for cream and half and half are also for 8 oz
VideoGrabBag (5 days ago)
Can you address the "pus" that milk products have ?
Amanda Spears (5 days ago)
So how many grams of sugar does it take in a day to keep someone out of ketosis?
Cheryl Taylor (7 days ago)
Plain yogurt you buy in a store has more carbs because it isn't left to culture long enough for the bacteria to eat all the sugar. Probably only 6 hours or less, where my homemade yogurt is left to culture for 12 to 14 hours. That's how long real traditional yogurt is made.
Cindy Bluett (7 days ago)
Any comments or advice for seniors over 70 and long term keto? Hubby and I just started January 1st.
seroeth (8 days ago)
What about if you drink Raw unpasteurised milk?
Farax (9 days ago)
Thank you for the information 🙏
jub8891 (10 days ago)
oh man i love milk and yoghurt.. but i can do this!
Brian Alanis (10 days ago)
2:15 You don’t understand? Seriously!? You’re a doctor and you don’t know about added sugars.
Bianca Bianchi (11 days ago)
My mom wouldn't let us eat processed cheese from when we were babies because she never bought it for our consumption , you get what you pay for with processed cheese it's cheap
Bianca Bianchi (11 days ago)
I am so relieved that my favourite yoghurt is better but not perfect (?) - Doctor Berg I get chronic constipation with my hypoglycaemia , at least I think it is , I get relief from double cream yoghurt , although I do know it not perfect , I am 1,67m in height and weight varies between 54kg and 57kg- I don't think it's only me who is a patron of double cream yoghurt- I appreciate this video so much , it's helpful to know- although I enjoy cheese but not every day like my double cream yoghurt- Sending love ♥️ Bianca
Kelsey K (12 days ago)
I hoping someone can answer this question: Does grass-fed dairy really matter if it is pasteurized, that is all I can find in the grocery store, and honestly it is so expensive I am wondering if I am really getting what I am paying for.
Lord Trump (12 days ago)
Not enough details. Kefir or yogurt fermented longer would have lower sugar
ichigoo20111 (15 days ago)
what about buttermilk
sagar techz (16 days ago)
Is yogurt very heavy to digest ?
Sylvain Riendeau (18 days ago)
Drayvel Harris (18 days ago)
why didn't you talk about cream? is there sugar in cream?
XXXmelXodyXXX (19 days ago)
i do yoghurt and full cream while in ketosis and all is fine and never felt better .. stop telling people what to eat and what not to eat .. as long as you count your carbs and notice gi and glycemic load you are completely fine
Ambrose Ezzat (19 days ago)
I just had my first keto meal. Breakfast + a tall glass (400ml) of whole milk. I then realized that it says 4.6g of sugar per 100ml on my label. I suppose it's normal cause lactose is a sugar, but is this as bad as fructose? Does it matter what kind of sugar when it comes to ketosis or "a carb is a carb" (when it comes to ketosis) ?
Sonia R (22 days ago)
So.... Feta is ok right?
M e r v e (23 days ago)
but the yogurt I get has 3.2g of sugar (and 10g of fat). Isn't it alright?
Bella Rue (1 month ago)
I saw a video talking about staying away from pasteurized cheese or pre-shredded. They said to eat raw cheese. Can you explain? Thanks
Sleepy Claus (1 month ago)
Feel like I'm going to eat diary like butter (frying) and heavy cream (sauce and ice cream)
Akshay Singh (1 month ago)
Can someone please tell me what is 1/2 an 1/2 written in the milk list?
daxis star (1 month ago)
It's the stupid manufacturers who put a lot of sugar into these foods
Ronald Brown (1 month ago)
Ugh its so hard and stressful I love dairy but it might not be good for me and because of that and this video I'm stressed out now
Cat T (1 month ago)
My nonfat Greek yogurt has only 7 grams of sugar not 9.
Cooter Malloy (1 month ago)
Dr. Berg... What about Sour Cream?
Dennis Koyle (1 month ago)
That is commercial kefir. Real kefir, using your own kefir grains and culturing it yourself, is way less sugar.
Nelly Matta (1 month ago)
What About raw cow milk is it ok.
Susan Solstice (1 month ago)
The lactose-free milk has added sugar to replace the lactose, which explains why it is unexpectedly high.
Snappy Sammy Smoot (1 month ago)
Dwellceller (1 month ago)
Is almond milk with no sugar okay?
Adela Nahmias (1 month ago)
Prepare your own kefir
Adela Nahmias (1 month ago)
Therese P (1 month ago)
I adore cottage cheese... going to stick with it.
Luca (1 month ago)
raw butter and fermented raw dairy (kefir, sour cream..) are perfect keto Foods. other than These, dairy is horrible
Neko Mancer (1 month ago)
calling yourself a doctor and not going off calories from sugar really should disqualify you. lactose is not the same as sucrose. sucrose is worse. glycemic index wise
Johannes Ottestad (1 month ago)
Aww... When I saw you were using grams, I was so happy! Then you say "this is per 8 oz., or per cup", and as a European I immediately fell off :') Stick to the metrics!
Johannes Ottestad (1 month ago)
And by the way, we usually do "per 100g" or "per 100 mL", and 8 oz. comes out at about 224g, so this became pretty confusing :'D
southern kratom (1 month ago)
'this is a robbery.' "what do u want?" 'i want you to drink that milk now!'
Brain of Brian (1 month ago)
I tried keto several times and it made me feel so horrible. I leaned heavy on dairy and I don’t do well on dairy. I am thinking about going on keto again and eliminating dairy completely. Just hard to do because it’s so high in the fat you need in keto!
X (1 month ago)
Lactose free milk is treated with lactase enzyme that breaks lactose into glucose and galactose. So the carbs are still in there but in another form..
280GTXXX (1 month ago)
what does the good docter himself use for a diet?
Clay E (1 month ago)
How about American cheese? Specifically on In N Out “protein-style” burgers. My “go-to” when I have to grab something on the run.
Nessa Rossini (1 month ago)
I use Fairlife Whole Milk that has 6 grams carbs in 8 ounces. I always make my own yogurt with it and let it get a bit tart to eat up some extra milk sugars. I eat 1 cup every morning with nuts and seeds, it's so delicious. Well worth 6 carbs.
shaikh nadeem (2 months ago)
Can i have paneer in keto
Mimi Pool (2 months ago)
I feel like weeping!😂 I love plain greek yogurt and will have 4tblsp max per day. Can that not be part of my carb allowance? I'm not eating a cup even. Pls someone say yes. I literally gave up all crap but I will not give up my greek yogurt. It's so satisfying as a salad dressing or just by itself .
Lindsey LaVida (2 months ago)
I make my own whole milk kefir, 24-30 hour fermentation and no sugar left, super sour but can be mixed with coconut milk and keto protein powder and gets plenty of healthy gut bacteria to keep gut healthy on a keto diet, I order posey mom kefir grains
Michelle M (2 months ago)
What about homemade coconut yogurt???
Heba Ragab (2 months ago)
What about buttermilk? Does anyone know
Raw Primal (2 months ago)
Raw Dairy 💕 Pasturised is pointless!
Create ShareLive (2 months ago)
Thank you for this vid!
Dexter Lacroy (2 months ago)
I feel bad for people with clogged skin and messy faces cluelessly guzzling their milk, unable to make the connection. Yes, some have nice skin and eat dairy but I know literally a boatload of people who all improved their skin sooo much merely by cutting out dairy products.
David Jesenšek (2 months ago)
These numbers are way off from what we have here. Most yogurt here is like 4-7g and 3,5% milk is 4,3.
travin (2 months ago)
Dr. Berg, I love your videos but I encourage you to better research fermented dairy products as your figures are misleading. You're unnecessarily "demonizing" products that, when homemade (a more common practice) are far healthier and a benefit to the keto diet. Especially using whole and raw milks. Though your videos are short, it's easy enough to tell us that your figures are only from store purchased, processed foods, which are obviously going to be less healthy. Commercial versions are incomparable to homemade. For example, a serving of whole milk kefir made at home contains nearly no sugars and only 1g total carbs. Yogurts are similar. The benefits of the extra fats, vitamins, minerals and probiotics speak for themselves. Thx.
Joseph Doyen (2 months ago)
I am making my own almond milk yogurt using probiotic capsules.
DiggOlive (2 months ago)
I found a whole milk greek yogurt thats 5g per 8oz
Marianne Dippenaar (2 months ago)
Inflammation in mouth - do y keep the grape seed extract in your mouth or do y drink it.pls i need help
Ivan Horvat (2 months ago)
Hi, i have to eat some milk with my chia seeds so im going with this. If i put chia seeds in water i throw up its not good. But i dont use a lot of milk max 1 dl.
Patrick Reilly (2 months ago)
Is there an advantage in A2 milk?
Nadine Schaub (2 months ago)
"If you were at gun-point" LOL!
KD (2 months ago)
NEEDED this!
vgernyc (2 months ago)
I learned that what they mean by "Lactose Free" is they add lactase (an enzyme that breaks down the lactose carbohydrate into the galactose and glucose simple sugars) directly into the milk before they bottle it instead of the consumer having to take a lactase pill before drinking.
Dan Falls (2 months ago)
OMG I hate Velveeta :p
LEAH DOVE (2 months ago)
Yogurt eaters crack me up and they refuse to believe that stuff I'd terrible
Dylan Mayhew (2 months ago)
I loved all dairy before I begun Keto...... Now all I enjoy is a large chunk of cheddar cheese after my main meal. But yeah all this I knew!
Ditto Blue (2 months ago)
Dr what about homemade plain yogurt? I love homemade plain yogurt 😫😫😫
Jalal Hasan (2 months ago)
What about Hallomi Cheese?
Bryan McCool (2 months ago)
Johanna 264 (2 months ago)
For most People here in Germany ,it sounds so weird,that Yoghurt is not healthy!!! There cannot be anything unhealthy in a plain Yoghurt??? There is nothing added to it!!! I eat it which Fruit of the season! It keeps my Hunger at bay !
WisCAT Bijles (2 months ago)
There's plenty low carb yoghurt. I got a Greek one which is only 3g carbs per 100g.
Zrinka Buljan (2 months ago)
Isn’t cheddar processed cheese?
Carlos Silva (3 months ago)
I like you fasting and keto tips, but find it strange that you have not put a NO on MILK - after all, what other mammal drinks milk on adult age ? why do young kids star drinking milk without lactose ? - risk of allergy. Aren't we all allergic to it ? but build more or less resistance to it. What are the true benefits of milk ? So many studies show the relationship between milk consumption and diseases (osteoporosis, cardiovascular, even cancer - ex. prostate)
Krismar (3 months ago)
What about ricotta cheese?
Daniella Hernandez (3 months ago)
Great video. I’ve lost 45 pounds since July 1, 2018 until now (10/14/18). I have at least 1 of the following cheeses daily, cheddar cheese, cream cheese, pepper jack cheese, parm cheese and mozzarella cheese. Thanks for the confirmation
Haja Sesay (30 days ago)
uma pipdika (3 months ago)
Sorry doctor but cottage cheese has 2g sugar
trinitrish30 (3 months ago)
Why are you advising ovary shaped to have natural yogurt??????
JohnnyD63007 (3 months ago)
Dr.Berg , your keto diet is a process that we see in starvation (ketosis) , you may loose weight short term but the diet is proven detrimental  long term for health...It was first put in place for epileptic children but is not suitable long term to anybody.
Monkey.D Gzuz (3 months ago)
Simply answer for all idiots that asking stupid questions: DO ONLY EAT GRAS FED CHEESE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! you can eat yoghurt too, but only in smaller amounts and only if you make your own yoghurt (for the bacteria etc) otherwise the only thing that has to do with dairy and you can/should consume is gras fed cheese, cheddar would be one of the, if not the best and here is why: Gras fed cheddar/cheese contains: -great fatty acid profile (hell lot of natural and bio available CLA, lots of MCT lots of good saturated fat and omega9/7 + omega 3 to 6 is 1:1) -insane high amounts of bio available vitamin k2 -great protein amounts, but still nearly twice the amount of fat (keto friendly) -good for your gut -lactose free - low to no salt at all so no water retention at all
drakiana (3 months ago)
I know this video is old, but I do kefir at home, with organic milk, whole. So it is ferment here for two days, really tart. Is this okay?
Amerika’da Yaşam (3 months ago)
How about home made yogurt? I make my own with grass fed cow’s milk ? I am really confuse!
stuguy (3 months ago)
what kind of cream cheese are we talking? i have to believe the spreads have a higher amount of sugar than the blocks of cream cheese which you buy in the supermarket.
Shreya Roy (3 months ago)
You’ve changed my life
Michelle Tsuchiya (3 months ago)
Goat milk unpasteurized raw?
Rhiannon Popovic (3 months ago)
If you make your own Keifer using Organic Jersey Milk, is that still ok? Im not sure if you were referring to store brought keifer in your video thanks
Bobbi Clinger (3 months ago)
Probiotics are good though. I make a great, thick yogurt with almond/cashew milk. Then I make a berry compote sweetened with erythritol to go over it. Yum.
EC A (3 months ago)
I love my veggie smoothies WITH yogurt so, how do I get that TARTNESS you can only get through yogurt. Google is no help. :P I neeeeed that tart flavor without IGF-1!
Nutri Sport (3 months ago)
Can we gain muscle on keto diet ... All gym going guys want to know
JustHereToHear (3 months ago)
I love how Dr. Berg looks at you when he talks about most yoghurt and pauses when he mentions the sugar content and as though he's going to be disappointed in you in case you say you want it. Lol so cute!
tubeyourself (3 months ago)
what about full fat greek yogurt?
Susan Solstice (3 months ago)
Lactose free milk has the lactose removed, but then sugar is added, which is why lactose-free milk is even worse than regular milk.
daindigokid (3 months ago)
In another video he said cheese will spike insulin. Confused.
Michael Greenleaf (3 months ago)
Hmm. I make my own yogurt using live cultures and full cream. Allowing it to ferment 24 hours also means that that bacteria are eating a great deal of the lactose. Also, draining off most of the whey should also means this is a Keto friendly way of eating yogurt.
Mohammed Bilal (3 months ago)
Please any one let me know if i can take 150ml of wholemilk in a full day as i m not interested in almond and soya milk. Will that much amount of milk is enough to kick me out from ketosis???????
jeffrey martino (3 months ago)
I eat FAGE Greek yogurt plan.
Chardala Simons (3 months ago)
Silk unsweetened almond milk has 1g of carbs per cup.
greenrowdy (3 months ago)
What about whole milk cottage cheese (like large curd) versus the low fat cottage cheese? Is there an appreciable difference?

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