Staying Healthy
with Chong Kim, MD

Top Tips

1. Travel Smart

No time for a nutritional IV? Take 10,000 IU of pharmaceutical-grade vitamin D daily while traveling. We offer Viracid, a powerful combination of pharmaceutical-grade nutrients that provide support for immunity and combat stress. It’s pre-dosed for your medicine cabinet at home or conveniently packaged for travel. Make sure to have extra on hand and take this supplement to combat symptoms as soon as you feel your health has been compromised. 

2. Healthy Weight Loss

Daily exercise and optimal physical and mental health are inseparable. Exercise tends to be associated with losing weight, but staying active is good for your hormones, physical and mental processes, and building a strong foundation. Inquire about our safe, vitamin patches that help with energy and weight loss. Our regenerative longevity, five-day meal program helps control body fat, weight, lean body mass, cholesterol levels, blood pressure, glucose and more. You’ll benefit from this investment in yourself today and for the next 10, 20 or 40 years. 

3. Be Predictable

Get a monthly vitamin IV customized to your health needs to help keep infections and viruses at bay. It’s a healthy choice! Create healthy environments with routine COVID-19 testing. During these uncertain times, cohort testing makes social, family and work interactions enjoyable and repercussion-free. Test before work retreats or a vacation with friends or other families. Lower stress levels of cortisol for your family, friends and colleagues by taking proactive measures to keep your environment safe. 

4. Antibody Testing

Are you a candidate? If you recently tested positive for the COVID-19 virus, now may be the time to consider antibody testing. Immunity found from antibody testing can last up to 90 days. With limited days of immunity, you can still pass the virus to others. Supplies of the vaccine are now limited, but continue to check with your practitioner and the CDC website for locations to get vaccinated. 

5. Stop Germs

Decrease viral transmission exposure risk. Stop the spread of germs by washing your hands frequently, sanitizing your environment and wearing a mask. Consider upgrading to a better quality mask or a KN95 and wearing an additional mask over it. The higher quality mask works as a filter, and the second mask works as an additional layer of filtration while improving the fit. Masks are the simplest tool we have to protect ourselves until the vaccine is readily available for those who need and want it. 

Chong Kim, MD

Coastal Anti-Aging Medical Group 

23560 Madison St. #204, Torrance   |  424-328-0203  |