(NaturalNews) Raynaud’s disease, an autoimmune disorder that causes a person’s extremities to tingle, go numb and often turn white or in some cases, blue, affects a good part of thepopulation. According to the National Heart Lung and Blood Institute, approximately 5 percent of people in the United States have this vascular condition.
The disease (also called a “syndrome” or “phenomenon” in its earlier, less serious stages) occurs when blood flow in the vessels is constricted, leading to numbness in areas of the body like the fingers, toes, nose and lips. It is more common in woman than men and often involves extreme reaction to cold environments. Even the frozen food section in a grocery store can trigger an attack, especially due to the sudden change in shifting from a warmer area to a colder one.
However, like many health issues, the foods we eat have the ability to heal. In…
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