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Watch this diet experiment to see what happens when someone who isn’t used to eating a lot of vegetables starts eating 7-10 cups of vegetables a day.
0:15 A diet experiment with Jared
0:35 Rating how Jared feels before the diet experiment
1:40 Describing the diet experiment
3:40 Jared’s Journey on the diet experiment
4:08 Rating how Jared feels after the diet experiment
5:11 What happened during the diet experiment
7:14 My challenge for you
Today we’re mixing things up just a little bit. I’m putting my videographer, Jared, on the spot to participate in a little experiment. Jared has made a few positive changes in his diet, which is great. But, I’ve noticed a few things that could still be improved slightly, so we’re gonna try an interesting little diet experiment.
I’m going to tweak his diet just a little bit for one week. Jared is going to consume 7 cups of vegetables a day at any time of day. It can even be split up into two meals. He’s going to do this for one week. Normally, I would suggest 7-10 cups of vegetables a day, but since Jared doesn’t usually consume very many vegetables, I want to have him just try 7 cups of veggies per day.
We’re going to focus on greens mainly for two minerals: magnesium and potassium. Both of these minerals are involved in energy, relaxation, and stress.
The first salad for Jared with 7 cups of vegetables was challenging. But, the next day, he felt good and refreshed without any aches or pains. Overall, at the end of the week, Jared saw improvements.
If you aren’t consuming 7-10 cups of vegetables a day, I challenge you to try it for one week and see how you feel.
How Jared felt before the experiment (on a scale of 0-10):
• Energy — 7
• Sleep — 8
• Stress — 5
How Jared felt after the experiment (on a scale of 0-10):
• Energy — 8.5
• Sleep — 9
• Stress — 4
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Dr. Berg, 53 years of age is a chiropractor who specializes in Healthy Ketosis & Intermittent Fasting. He is the author of The New Body Type Guide and other books published by KB Publishing. He has taught students nutrition as an adjunct professor at Howard University. He no longer practices, but focuses on health education through social media.
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Thanks for watching! I hope you enjoyed this diet experiment. Consider adding 7-10 cups of vegetables per day to your diet and see what it can do for you.