Thursday, February 9, 2023

They call to protect yourself in winter season to avoid health problems

Given the risks brought by Winter season To human health Internist Mauricio Veloso said it is important that people take preventive measures so that the numbers do not increase between now and March.

winter started two and a half weeks ago and with that, low temperatures,

“With winter, the arrival of influenza, as well as the presence of COVID-19 It is here to stay, as well as a range of diseases that have emerged in the last year, strengthening our immune system is not a fashion, but a priority.

“It is recommended to get vaccinated, a diet as healthy as possibleExercise according to your energy and help the body with supplements like Omega 5 Nanoemulsified, which helps us to be stronger and more resistant,” Veloso stressed.

internist doctor highlighted that I winter it’s time strengthen defense organisms and especially the most vulnerable populations, such as the elderly, children under 5 years of age and people with co-morbidities.

For this he suggested to eat healthy, physical activity and intake antioxidants that strengthen cells, such as Omega Nanoemulsionnado,

omega 5

Omega Nanoemulsionnado comes from red pomegranate seed oil and is one of the natural antioxidants The most powerful known to date, Doctor Veloso explained.

can reach you brain neuronsSo that they have more energy and strengthen the body in general so that it can react efficiently to abnormal and adverse conditions.

He explained that for Mexican population It is best to consume an average of 1.0 grams of protein per day kilogram weightWith a healthy, varied and adequate diet, preferably under the supervision of a nutritionist.

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