Raynaud’s and Nutrition

Natural Remedies for Raynaud’s Lack Scientific Support

VeryWell Health recently published an article titled “Natural Remedies for Raynaud’s Phenomenon.”  You would expect from the title that they were publishing a list of supplements and natural treatment options for Raynaud’s, but just the opposite.  The article states upfront […]

Nutritional Approaches to Raynaud’s

By Michael Wald, M.D. As we know, Raynaud’s phenomenon is a common and painful condition that results in varying degrees of ischemia, or lack of blood supply, in the fingers and/or toes. Raynaud’s often involves the immune system and always […]

Dietary Suggestions for Raynaud’s Sufferers

Here are some dietary suggestions for Raynaud’s sufferers from an article in the Examiner.com: Niacin, or Vitamin B-3 does wonders for circulation. Niacin promotes circulation and helps dilate the small blood vessels. Start with 50-100mg of no-flush niacin daily. L-Arginine […]

First Raynaud’s Education/Support Day Elicits Exchange of Information & Ideas

Attendees of the first Raynaud’s Education & Support Day, held July 31 at the Sheraton Boston Hotel, learned how therapies such as acupuncture, massage, biofeedback and yoga can prevent or minimize Raynaud’s attacks; that “healing foods” such as avocados can […]