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Centenarians, Glutathione Levels and COVID-19 Severity

Centenarians, Glutathione Levels and COVID-19 Severity

We have heard a lot about COVID-19 severity, the increased severity trend starting over the age of 50, and the compounding risk with each decade. However, there have been reports of centenarians (over 100) who have successfully recovered from COVID-19.   A...

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Genetics, Blood Pressure and COVID-19

Genetics, Blood Pressure and COVID-19

High blood pressure is considered one of the significant pre-existing symptoms in regards to COVID-19 severity, along with cardiovascular disease, metabolic syndrome, cancer, and non-alcoholic fatty liver disease. In Wuhan, China, early data found that the overall...

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How the APOE Gene Affects the Immune System

How the APOE Gene Affects the Immune System

The International Journal of Medicine published a commentary in late April 2020 titled, “Does apolipoprotein E genotype predict COVID-19 severity?” The researchers argue that it is possible that having one or two copies of APOE-E4 allele predisposes one to be at high...

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How the SLC23A1 Gene Affects Vitamin C Levels and Immunity

How the SLC23A1 Gene Affects Vitamin C Levels and Immunity

The SLC23A1 gene is one of the two transporters which aids in the absorption of vitamin C into the body. Polymorphisms in the gene are associated with an approximate 50% decline in the rate of vitamin C accumulation in cells and potentially increase the excretion of...

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How Glycine and Collagen Genes Affect the Immune System

How Glycine and Collagen Genes Affect the Immune System

Collagen has received an enormous amount of attention over the last few years for its health benefits. While many articles focus on the benefits to hair, skin, and nails from collagen, the far-reaching potential of collagen should not be overlooked. Collagen is made...

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How the TP53 Gene Affects the Immune System

How the TP53 Gene Affects the Immune System

The TP53 gene is another excellent example of how our environment shapes our genome, and how our genes respond to give us the best chance of survival. The TP53 gene variant was analyzed in 4,029 people from 67 populations located throughout eastern Asia, from 11°...

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How the MTHFR 677 Gene Affects the Immune System

How the MTHFR 677 Gene Affects the Immune System

A lot of discussions regarding the MTHFR gene are centered around the fearful consequences of variants in this gene. Yet, less is spoken about how common variants are in this gene, and why they were selected. Many speculations for these variants have gone mostly...

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How the FUT2 Gene Affects the Immune System

How the FUT2 Gene Affects the Immune System

Welcome to the first blog post of our immunity series, where we give you actionable immune system research on individual genes in the Nutrition Genome Report. Each post in this series will show you where to find the gene in your report, the genotype of interest,...

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