Most People Get Omicron This Way, Experts Say — Eat This Not That

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Most people are familiar with the concept of eating healthy, but it can be difficult to know what to eat and what to avoid. Fortunately, experts have identified a few key dietary guidelines that can help you make the best choices for your health. Omicron is a term used to describe the optimal balance of macronutrients (carbohydrates, proteins, and fats) that should be consumed in order to maintain a healthy diet. Eating the right foods in the right amounts can help you reach your health goals and improve your overall wellbeing. In this article, we will discuss the importance of omicron and provide some tips on how to get it. We will also discuss the “Eat This Not That” approach to healthy eating and provide some examples of healthy food choices.

Most People Get Omicron This Way, Experts Say — Eat This Not That

Experts say that most people get their daily dose of omicron through their diet. Eating a variety of foods that are rich in omicron is the best way to ensure that you get enough of this essential nutrient. Here are some of the top foods that experts recommend for getting your daily dose of omicron:

  • Leafy greens such as spinach, kale, and collard greens
  • Nuts and seeds such as almonds, walnuts, and flaxseeds
  • Legumes such as lentils, beans, and peas
  • Whole grains such as oats, quinoa, and brown rice
  • Fish such as salmon, tuna, and mackerel
  • Eggs
  • Dairy products such as yogurt, cheese, and milk

It’s important to note that some foods, such as processed foods, may contain added omicron, but it’s best to get your daily dose from natural sources. Eating a balanced diet that includes a variety of these foods is the best way to ensure that you get enough omicron.

In addition to eating a balanced diet, experts also recommend taking a daily multivitamin that contains omicron. This can help to ensure that you get enough of this essential nutrient, even if you don’t eat enough of the foods listed above. Taking a multivitamin can also help to fill in any nutritional gaps in your diet.

Getting enough omicron is essential for good health, so it’s important to make sure that you’re getting enough of this essential nutrient. Eating a variety of foods that are rich in omicron and taking a daily multivitamin can help to ensure that you get enough of this important nutrient.

As Omicron continues to spread worldwide, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention predicts “more than 65,000 additional people could die from COVID-19 over the next four weeks. This is the second week that deaths are predicted to have a stable or uncertain trend after predicted increases since late December. The CDC included projections that indicate the number of deaths will slowly rise for the first week and then decline for the remaining time,” CNN reports. The CDC states, “This week’s national ensemble predicts that the number of newly reported COVID-19 deaths will remain stable or have an uncertain trend over the next 4 weeks, with 7,600 to 23,700 new deaths likely reported in the week ending February 26, 2022. The national ensemble predicts that a total of 933,000 to 965,000 COVID-19 deaths will be reported by this date.” As the surge rages on, staying healthy and taking precautions is key to help prevent catching the virus. Eat This. Not That! Health talked with doctors who explain how most people are getting Omicron and hot to help avoid it. Read on—and to ensure your health and the health of others, don’t miss these Sure Signs You’ve Already Had COVID.

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Erica Susky, an Infection Control Practitioner (ICP) in hospital epidemiology, says, “People are getting Omicron by being amongst other people who are not from their household where people are unmasked and are in areas where ventilation may be decreased. For example, gyms are risky as people are exerting themselves and often do not wear masks when doing so. Having a meal with family or friends (as occurred over the holidays) was where many people acquired COVID-19. These gatherings occurred indoors and eating together are the riskiest times for a COVID-19 exposure as people are required to remove their masks. For the same reason as eating meals, bars are risky as they involve people indoors removing their masks to drink.” 

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Dr. Kristina Hendija explains, “Bars and clubs are notorious COVID hotspots. Besides close proximity with strangers and the possibility of aerosol contamination of food and drink, bars and clubs serve alcohol. Alcohol lowers inhibitions and impairs decision making, further exposing one to transmissible infectious diseases.”

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“With the advent of the new year and the increased health awareness due to the pandemic, everyone is racing to get healthy,” Dr. Hendija states. “Unfortunately, gyms are closed areas where there are a lot of aerosols circulating. If you want to stay in shape, choose outdoor gyms or outdoor exercise activities that lowers the risk of transmission through effective ventilation.”

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According to Dr. Hendija, “Newer variants of COVID affect children as well. Therefore, children are at risk, can contract the virus and carry it which puts the rest of the household members at risk. Additionally, children tend to touch everything and have lesser awareness when it comes to personal hygiene/protective measures which greatly puts them at risk.”

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Susky explains, “Currently, there are a large number of new infections with Omicron. Though even a small portion of those may require hospitalization, the numbers of people requiring hospitalization with Omicron is again putting large burdens on health care systems. Slowing down the rate of new infectious diseases will assist in preserving the quality of healthcare for all that may need it in the near future. Even with only two doses of vaccine, people are still requiring hospitalization as the immune escape from vaccination with Omicron is now known as common. One should not try to get Omicron intentionally as they may then have to consider the risk of them passing it on to someone who may not yet have received their final dose of the COVID-19 vaccine booster. One may never know how seriously a loved one they may inevitably expose will react to getting COVID-19.”

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Follow the public health fundamentals and help end this pandemic, no matter where you live—get vaccinated or boosted ASAP; if you live in an area with low vaccination rates, wear an N95 face mask, don’t travel, social distance, avoid large crowds, don’t go indoors with people you’re not sheltering with (especially in bars), practice good hand hygiene, and to protect your life and the lives of others, don’t visit any of these 35 Places You’re Most Likely to Catch COVID.

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