A new clinical trial from Keck Medicine of USC is investigating whether an anti-inflammatory nutrition plan could ease the effects of long COVID.

Inflammation is a normal part of the immune system’s response to infection and injury, but too much inflammation in the body can lead to organ damage and other serious health problems.

A hyperinflammatory response triggered by COVID-19 can linger for some patients after the infection passes, which has led the Keck Medicine researchers to suspect that reducing inflammation through nutrition could prove beneficial.

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