During the study, experts found that a number of foods, viruses and vaccines can trigger an immune response to covid. This happens due to proteins that train the immune system to give an aggressive reaction when confronted with COVID-19. To this end, we analyzed the effects of one hundred and eighty different proteins from food, two vaccines, and fifteen bacterial and viral proteins on human antibodies.
The strongest reaction was noted in the presence of intestinal bacterium enterococcus fecalis, vaccines against whooping cough, diphtheria and tetanus. In addition, the proteins found in roasted almonds, cashews, broccoli, pork, milk, pineapple, and soy also affected.
But it is important not only to use these products to protect against covid: in order to form immunity, a person must have a food allergy. So, despite their effectiveness in laboratory tests, they will not be used to replace existing vaccines.
In August, experts calculated the likelihood of long-term signs of covid. It turned out that every eighth infected notes a long-term preservation of signs of the disease.