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Leaky Gut Causes Higher Severity of Covid-19

Leaky Gut Causes Higher Severity of Covid-19

A new paper indicates that “leaky gut” is a predictor of severe Covid-19 illness. This implies that we may be able to protect ourselves from having severe Covid-19 illness and lower our risk of adverse symptoms and death ...
Interview with ME researcher Jonas Bergquist

Interview with ME researcher Jonas Bergquist

ME/CFS is a life-altering and complex multi-system disease. Graeme Jones and Annie Pettersson at Nordic Clinic Stockholm has interviewed professor Jonas Bergquist about ME/CFS and his unique research. Listen to the full interview ...
How A Leaky Gut Damages Our Liver

How A Leaky Gut Damages Our Liver

Our gut is supposed to be leaky. It must allow the nutrients we need to enter into circulation, but whilst keeping bacteria firmly in the digestive tract. When the gut lining becomes excessively leaky or hyperpermeable, bacteria and bacterial metabolites cross into the bloodstream. It turns out that is not good for our health in many ways, including the liver.
Low Oxalate Diet – Helpful Or Harmful?

Low Oxalate Diet – Helpful Or Harmful?

Low oxalate diets are one of the newer kids on the block when it comes to elimination diets. Some people worry about their oxalate intake, but are they harmful for humans? ...
Food Pharmacy podcast #154 Oxalates

Food Pharmacy podcast #154 Oxalates

Low oxalate diets is a hot topic! A lot of foods considered healthy contain oxalates, such as beans, leafy greens, and nuts. Is it harmful for humans to eat oxalates and should everyone avoid them? In this episode of Food Pharmacy podden, Graeme Jones is interviewed on the topic.
Eternal Youth Through Optimal Nutrition and Lifestyle?

Eternal Youth Through Optimal Nutrition and Lifestyle?

Our goal at Nordic Clinic is to slow the rate of aging. Why? Simply put, the faster we age, the greater the risk of chronic disease, and that is what really kills us in the West ...
Want To Take The Long Road and Live to 100? Exercise and Calorie Restriction May Just Get Your There

Want To Take The Long Road and Live to 100? Exercise and Calorie Restriction May Just Get Your There

Imagine going on a long road trip in your car without knowing how much fuel you have left in the tank. How do you know when you need to stop for petrol? What does this have to do with aging? Let me explain ...
Protein and Calorie Restriction – The Key To Healthy Aging?

Protein and Calorie Restriction – The Key To Healthy Aging?

Research into the biology of aging has grown immensely in the last decade in our search for answers about longevity. The use of model organisms such as mice gives us tremendous insight into how we age ...
The Nine Cellular Hallmarks of Aging

The Nine Cellular Hallmarks of Aging

We often see people who appear older or younger than their chronological age. Research into the genetics of longevity indicates that genes only account for 25% of the variation in longevity, with lifestyle making up the remaining 75% ...
Aging and Chronic Disease – Familiar Bedfellows

Aging and Chronic Disease – Familiar Bedfellows

Chronic disease is currently the leading cause of death in the European Union, accounting for 85% of all deaths (1). While people are certainly living longer, the extra years getting tacked on at the end are not “healthy” years ...
Joy – Let it Protect You From Infections by Cultivating Humour, Friendship, and Hobbies

Joy – Let it Protect You From Infections by Cultivating Humour, Friendship, and Hobbies

You’ve probably heard plenty about how stress, social isolation, negative emotions and a lack of joy have a negative impact on health. But could joy make us more resistant to infections? ...
Can Stress Make You Susceptible To Infections?

Can Stress Make You Susceptible To Infections?

Our health is dependent on our ability to cope with the environment. This requires the integration of many systems within the body to help maintain homeostasis. Our stress and immune responses both play an integral role in this process ...

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