Leak

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Leak

Slang.

1. In stocks or other securities, to lose value slowly.

2. In bonds, to slowly increase in yield over the risk-free rate of return, which indicates gradually increasing risk.
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'I did the IgG Food Intolerance Indicator Test, from [pounds sterling]20, at Smartnutrition.co.uk, which showed I reacted to gluten, dairy, rice, eggs, oats and most nuts -- most likely caused as a result of a leaky gut.
Mice fed the normal, or low-fat diet supplemented with green tea also had benefits including reduced weight gain and lower endotoxin levels and markers of leaky gut, but these were relatively modest compared with the effects were seen in mice fed the high-fat diet.
The study of leaky gut syndrome is in its infancy, and it is unclear what may cause this condition and what treatment options may be most effective.
Abbott's investigational Tendyne system replaces the leaky valve without open-heart surgery to correct this issue.
Additionally, RYR1-RM comprise a group of rare skeletal muscle diseases due to mutations in the ryr1 gene, which lead to leaky channels.
Daniela Drake, M.D., explains that the name is just one reason leaky gut isn't taken seriously.
Is this brain fog I am seeing caused by food allergies/intolerances leading to a leaky gut?
The Leaky Story Devon Sillett, author Anil Tortop, illustrator EK Books https://ekbooks.org 9781925335392, $17.99, HC, 32pp, www.amazon.com
Leaky coaxial cables have found many useful applications in communication systems both as feeders and as transmitting antennas such as Communication Based Train Control (CBTC) systems, for high speed railway, automated highway, wireless LAN retrieving, location of train, and underground conveyance [1].
While Manuel Pellegrini's men have been inconsistent this season, it's impossible to think that Norwich's leaky defence could keep them out.