Are you challenged with cold intolerance? Here are 5 deficiencies to consider and remedies to help!
Do your fingers or toes go white or become numb when exposed to cold? Or, do you feel cold all the time, even in mildly cold temperatures?
Here are 5 deficiencies to pay attention to and remedies to consider:
1. Low iodine, selenium, or zinc
– Support thyroid function. Best sources: shellfish, brazil nuts, liver, lamb, eggs, cashews, walnuts, or brown rice.
2. Low iron
Anemia symptoms. This could come from low iron or low vitamin B12. Best sources of iron: red meat, pistachios, pine nuts, sesame seeds, pumpkin seeds, parsley, or blackstrap molasses.
3. Low vitamin B1
– Raynaud’s syndrome where your fingers may turn blue when you come in contact with the cold. Best sources: vitamin B1 supplements and inositol hexanicotinate.
4. Low chromium
– underlying insulin resistance potential issue. Chromium can help keep insulin sensitive. Best sources: oysters, liver, egg yolks, grapes, black pepper, or molasses.
5. Low vitamin B1, B2, B3, B5, and B6
– If you’re deficient in B vitamins, you could have a hard time making cellular energy because the mitochondria can’t work. Best sources: vitamin B complex, or nutritional yeast.
Additional remedy considerations include: evening primrose oil, quercetin, wormwood, and magnesium.
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