They even featured it on November 13th at their AHA Scientific Session 2021.
The problem is there is no evidence. I don't mean "no evidence" as in it is just correlation, the kind of bad correlation Harvard School of Public Health trots out every month using food frequency questionnaires to link a health benefit to some new fad, I mean no evidence. None. It is just an abstract. And called out for being pretty bad at that.
So I graphed the data from the abstract, it doesn't support the claims, basically, the inflammatory markers are not elevated. I could find no independent validation of this test (one site that sells this test claimed 61% predictive utility, not that good even for the intended use pic.twitter.com/CEsqwUsPkK—