The Team of Doctors and Biohackers Who Seem to Be Successfully Treating “Long Covid”

Learner1

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  1. It is not just NAD deficiency
  2. It is not just the leaking of NAD from the tryptophan pathway that he describes, completely missing Dr. Phair's metabolic trap relating to the IDO2 pathway
  3. Mast cells don't just make histamine, they make a lot of other chemicals, too. Some MCAS patients don't have a histamine problem.
  4. COVID does seem to be a mast cell driven disease. Anecdotally, patients who are on mast cell medications and stabilizers lihe quercetin have done better than expected.
This guy isn't talking about something simple. The biomarker he's looking forward is just as elusive as the biomarker for ME/CFS. He's talking about nutrient depletion, persistent infections, autoimmunity, mast cells, compromised energy production. This has all been going on in ME/CFS and there aren't any neat answers, certainly not just taking NAD+ - yes, it's a help, but it doesn't fix the underlying problem.
 
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This guy isn't talking about something simple. The biomarker he's looking forward is just as elusive as the biomarker for ME/CFS. He's talking about nutrient depletion, persistent infections, autoimmunity, mast cells, compromised energy production. This has all been going on in ME/CFS and there aren't any neat answers, certainly not just taking NAD+ - yes, it's a help, but it doesn't fix the underlying problem.
Yep likely only one part of the mess