54. Top Reasons People are Hospitalized from COVID-19
A Tufts University Study has clarified that 66% of all COVID-19 hospitalizations are due to just four underlying medical conditions. And all of them are the result of long-term poor diet and lifestyle choices. Today I talk about those four conditions, the four things you can do to stop and start reversing them to reduce your risk.
Key Takeaways To Tune In For
- [01:45] 66% of Covid 19 hospitalizations are due to these four conditions
- [03:50] Why a healthy diet is important for your health
- [05:54] Strategies to break bad eating habits
- [09:00] Eating a high protein diet can help reduce your sugar cravings
- [12:30] The best way to shop your market
- [15:35] Exercise is important to reduce risks for chronic disease
- [17:30] Tips to starting an exercise routine that works for you
- [20:05] Chronic stress can be dangerous to your health
- [21:45] How to get quality sleep
- [23:55] Tips for when you are feeling overwhelmed
Resources talked about in this episode
- Blog posts mentioned – Food Matters, 3-Steps for Eating Healthy for Life, Top Alkaline Foods to Eat & Acid Foods to Avoid, 5 Simple Ways to Work Exercise Into Your Life, and Top Natural Approaches for Anxiety
- Products mentioned: Sleep Relief and Calm + Clear
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