How to treat symptoms of chronic diarrhea and dehydration from COVID-19: This guide from the gastroenterologist

A gastroenterology practice may be the only place in the world where COVID symptoms are treated and preventative measures are taken to prevent outbreaks.

Here are some tips to keep your gastroenterologists on their toes as COVID fever continues to rise in the United States.1.

Avoid unnecessary procedures, procedures that may not be necessary for the disease, and procedures that do not result in significant side effects.2.

Use a multivitamin or multimineral supplement to ensure your body has adequate supply of vitamins and minerals.3.

Be mindful of your diet, including avoiding foods that have added sugar, salt, fat, and protein.4.

Avoid foods with gluten and other proteins.5.

Limit your consumption of dairy products, honey, and other high-fat dairy products.6.

Limit the number of people you have in your home.7.

Avoid taking supplements that are highly concentrated.8.

Avoid any foods that may have been contaminated with any of the following: animal proteins, antibiotics, and hormones.9.

Do not allow your child or adolescent to consume foods that contain any animal byproducts.10.

Use sunscreen or a hair spray that is formulated to protect your skin from sunburn.11.

Keep your water intake under 8 ounces per day.12.

Avoid all beverages that contain alcohol, including wine, beer, or cocktails.13.

Limit alcohol consumption to no more than one drink per day per person.14.

Limit any use of marijuana.15.

Limit use of alcohol or other drugs such as prescription drugs, inhalers, and narcotics.16.

Avoid food and beverages that may contain MSG, other preservatives, artificial colors, flavorings, or preservatives.17.

Limit all food products that contain gluten, dairy, soy, corn, or wheat.18.

Avoid products that are high in sodium or may be high in other sodium-containing ingredients.19.

Use personal protective equipment such as a mask or goggles for work.20.

Do your best to eat healthy, as COID-19 continues to increase in the U.S. and worldwide.