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The Nutritional Cause of Chapped Lips Video Dr. Eric Berg DC

The Nutritional Cause of Chapped Lips Video
Dr. Eric Berg DC

What is interesting are the comments to this video.

Here are a few interesting comments

P Fletch
1 year ago
I had a horrible case of what they say is called Cheilitis....and had to use Antibiotic cream. I had to change my partial dental piece to new full set of implants because it bothered my lips that bad.

Amanda Krueger
1 year ago (edited)

I had cracked lip corners very often before. That was very irritating, i had to use special creams. Now i go gluten and grain free, my breakfast includes two eggs and potassium rich foods (bananas, avocados, blackstrap molasses), i also take B and other vitamins, sometimes natural, sometimes synthetic.
I haven't had my lips cracked since i changed my nutrition. It improved my overall health as well. Thanks Dr. Berg.

7 months ago
So I have eaten 2 hard boiled eggs for 3 days and my lips feel normal. I have not needed any outside relief. There are no pieces that are dried up. Btw, I hate eggs! Very big thanks.

Italiano Siciliano Mistro
8 months ago
I lost colour on my face in patches like vitiligo and lost hair on my beard....I started taking vitamin B complex and vitamin D and my white patch and hair on my beard patch grew is grey still but getting better

Viet Ha Tran Pham
4 months ago
I have dry lips no matter how much I drink (2-3l a day) and eat a lot of veggies, using expensive lip balms. Nothing works. Then I went on ketogenic after binge-watching Dr. Berg's videos. It was scary because I have been brought up in a low-fat family since 2-3 years old and ironically enough I'm the fattest in my family. I started eating 3 eggs a day, everyday, handfuls of nuts, tonnes of veggies, coconut oil. Today is my 5th day, I notice my lips looks normal, not incredibly hydrated, but normal. I'll see how this goes but I can't remember the last time my lips are not dry, and it's winter here in Australia at the moment. I'm so happy!!! THANK YOU!!

jordan pinkette
10 months ago
I 've been on ketogenic diet for 3 days now my lips are no longer dry and my Acne cleared up!! it's weird because usually I put chopstick every 30 minutes to prevent my lips from drying

Tisha Rodriguez
6 months ago
I have found that chocolate, carob, coffee and plastic water bottles give me chapped lips. If I stay away, I never have a problem.

Maakhir Coast
1 month ago
Wooooow i cant beleive how different iam in less than 4 days after using your recommended eggs with nutritional yeast! Now my chapped lips are gone for ever, i cant beleive this! I swear i have been suffering this problem for 14 years. Thank you so much Dr

senora solitaria
2 months ago
my dr gave me an Rx for nystatin to heal my lower lip, but it hasn't worked. my poor lip looks like leather now and I can't produce a full smile 😳 I eat healthy and take great care of myself and have tried many things to cure it, but my poor lip stays the same. Regarding the video, I don't eat wheat and eggs are already a regular part of my diet....and I don't drink🍷

Kristin W.
5 months ago
My daughter's chapped-lip heals within a week. Thanks for sharing this amazing tip,dr.Berg.

Frank Knuckles
7 months ago
I eat 3-4 eggs per day and still have cracked lips. What gives?

8 months ago
Dr. Berg: my lips have become severely chapped. No sugar. No breads, rice, pasta, etc. Eating the good eggs for breakfast. 10 cups leafy greens daily and so on. Can it be all the junk being released from my cells or am I just not absorbing nutrients?

Sadhana Prajapati
8 months ago
I don't drink and don't have refine flour products daily. Still I have cracked lips problem.

1 year ago
I'm stumped by this as well. I eat a huge variety of veggies, low carbs, lots of oils (coconut, avocado, olive, butter, fish oil), eat eggs everyday, drink plenty of water (but not too much), and I still have dry skin, nails, and hair. For me, I think it's simply genetic. My mother and her two sister have severely dry skin, so did their father.

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