How worried are you about COVID-19? Have you been worrying about the wrong thing?
Nearly 50 percent of deaths in the U.S. are related to conditions that could have been prevented. However, people are not doing the things they need to do to prevent these deadly diseases.
Learn more about how to live to be an old, healthy person from Dr. Thoma.
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Dr. Christopher Thoma is a functional health physician in Chesterfield Missouri.
Dr. Thoma here to talk to you about vegetables.
I know, all the time, I'm talking about water, water, water, water. That's really the number one thing you can do for your health. The number two thing that you can do for your health is to eat vegetables.
I keep running into individuals, whether they be children, or elderly, that have begun to have problems in their life, because they're not getting vegetables.
You think that you can take a vitamin and overcome that. But the truth is, you get coenzymes and you get nutrients from vegetables that you can't get in any type of vitamin form.
If you're not eating your vegetables, you need to know that you're going to have some kind of health issue related to that. Get your servings of vegetables each day and it will change your life.
You can't outrun a poor diet.
Dr. Thoma explains how he is protecting and caring for his family during this pandemic situation.
His primary advice...keep your hands off your face!
This is a primary habit that we can all create now, or in a normal situation, to keep you and your family safe from even the simple cold or flu.
These days, I am seeing a lot of patients in the clinic that are dehydrated. They are coming to me with general aches and pains, but after a urinalysis, it's clear that they haven't been drinking enough water.
Most of them are struggling because they are wearing a face mask all day long. It's a bit more difficult to get all of the water you need in a day with a face mask on. However, this is an important part of your overall health and well-being. Staying hydrated will help your body work better.
Make sure you are taking time to take off your face mask, get a drink of water, wash your hands, and then put your mask back on.
Wearing a face mask has become a normal part of our everyday lives for a lot of people these days.
In this video, Dr. Thoma shares how to properly wear your mask for maximum protection. He also shares tips on putting your mask on and off properly to reduce contamination.
Your overall health is important to us. Learn how to use your mask effectively and stay healthy.
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