How Researchers are Zeroing in on the Self-Targeted Immune Attacks That May Lurk Behind it — Eat This Not That

For almost three years, scientists have raced to understand the immune responses in patients who develop severe COVID-19, with an enormous effort aimed at defining where healthy immunity ends and destructive immunity begins. In the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic, much attention focused on reports of harmful inflammation and so-called cytokine storms – dangerous … Read more

The Covid Symptoms No One is Talking About, But You Need to Know, Say Experts — Eat This Not That

As COVID-19 continues to upend life and the world struggles to cope with the virus, long COVID remains a serious issue and a mystery. “Long COVID is poorly understood and can be debilitating for those suffering from it,” Dr. William Li, physician, scientist, president and medical director of the Angiogenesis Foundation, and author of Eat To … Read more

Sure Signs You’ve Had COVID Already, According to Experts — Eat This Not That

COVID-19, and its many subvariants, have been with us for several years now—so chances are you’ve had the virus, even if you’ve never tested positive for it. But what about when COVID symptoms don’t go away but stay for months, or even years? This is known as long COVID, a condition which doctors are only … Read more

​​I’m a Doctor and Here are Signs Long COVID is the Reason You Feel “Sick all the Time” — Eat This Not That

After a bout of COVID-19, some people do not return to normal. Some experience a variety of symptoms that can vary from months to years of varying intensity and become classified as having Long Covid. Others may have similar issues without having Long Covid, but the misery can be equally debilitating. These symptoms can be … Read more

I am a Virus Expert and Here’s a Sure Sign You Already Had COVID — Eat This Not That

If you’ve experienced a period of fatigue or other unexplained symptoms, you may have had COVID-19 at some point and didn’t know it. According to a recent study in the JAMA Network Open, “56% reported being unaware of any recent Omicron variant infection.” While there’s no positive way to tell if you’ve had the virus … Read more

Up to 30% of Americans Still Have This COVID Symptom After Infection — Eat This Not That

Imagine getting COVID and thinking you’re going to be fine after a short period of time (which many people are), but instead you don’t have a sense of taste or smell, you’re severely fatigued and experience a wide range of symptoms including brain fog and more for weeks or months after the initial infection. This … Read more

The #1 COVID Symptom More People Should be Talking About — Eat This Not That

Although it’s been long known that COVID-19 can cause a wide range of symptoms beyond a simple cold or flu, people continue to talk about the coronavirus as if it’s primarily a respiratory illness. That’s especially the case since the advent of the Omicron variant, which tends to cause milder illness in people who aren’t … Read more

Here’s How Many People Actually Have “Long COVID”  — Eat This Not That

COVID cases are finally starting to decline, but that doesn’t mean the pandemic is over and we can let our guard down. The virus is still a threat and as if dealing with COVID wasn’t bad enough, many will experience long COVID-a condition where symptoms like fatigue, shortness of breath, headaches, brain fog, hair loss … Read more

If You Feel This, You May Have Had COVID, Says Dr. Fauci — Eat This Not That

A growing number of people are reporting signs of long COVID, a concerning trend where virus symptoms continue for months after initial infection. Not helping matters is the spread of BA.5, the highly transmissible Omicron subvariant which is evading immunity from vaccines and prior infection. “We do know for absolutely certain that there is a … Read more

Sure Signs You Have Post-COVID Syndrome — Eat This Not That

Post-COVID Syndrome—or long COVID—is the next public health crisis, virus experts warn. “Post-COVID-19 condition is an urgent problem with a mounting human toll,” says Aranka Ballering, PhD candidate at the University of Groningen, Netherlands. “Understanding the core symptoms and the prevalence of post-covid-19 in the general population represents a major step forward for our ability to … Read more