By Michele Jacobson, Certified Nutritional Consultant (CNC)
The occurrence and severity of symptoms for those who battle Raynaud’s disease is something that can be approached and, hopefully, influenced by nutritional factors.
The recommendations that I offer are related to two of the mitigating factors that affect Raynaud’s. First, there is the vasospastic nature of the disease, in which the blood vessels of the extremities constrict. This causes diminished circulation which then leads to temperature and skin (color) changes. Second, there is the stress-related nature of the disease which can serve to trigger symptoms. [Read more…]