5 Reasons for Cold Intolerance

5 Reasons for Cold Intolerance

5 Reasons for Cold Intolerance

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Are you cold all of the time? Here are 5 interesting nutrient reasons for cold intolerance.

0:00 Cold sensitivity and the nutrient connection
0:12 Nutrient reason for cold intolerance #1
0:58 Nutrient reason for cold intolerance #2
1:30 Nutrient reason for cold intolerance #3
2:05 Nutrient reason for cold intolerance #4
2:56 Nutrient reason for cold intolerance #5

Today let’s talk about the nutrients you could be deficient in if you have cold intolerance—you’re cold all of the time.

Potential nutrient deficiencies that could cause cold intolerance:

1. Low iodine, selenium, or zinc
• These trace minerals are involved in supporting thyroid function. The best source of these trace minerals is shellfish.

2. Low iron
• People with anemia typically have cold intolerance. This could come from low iron or low vitamin B12. The best source of iron is red meat. Iron is also needed for the metabolism of brown fat, which has a primary function of thermal regulation.

3. Low vitamin B1
• Raynaud’s syndrome can stem from a vitamin B1 deficiency. With Raynaud’s syndrome, your fingers may turn blue when you come in contact with the cold. Both vitamin B1 and inositol hexanicotinate may be beneficial.

4. Low chromium
• If you’re doing healthy keto and intermittent fasting, but you find you get cold easily, you are probably not fat-adapted yet. You may have an underlying insulin resistance situation. Chromium is an important trace mineral that can help keep insulin sensitive and can help you become more adapted to fat-burning.

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. Taking these B vitamins through nutritional yeast may help increase your overall energy as well as the warmth of your body.

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Dr. Berg, age 55, is a chiropractor who specializes in Healthy Ketosis & Intermittent Fasting. He is the author of the best-selling book The Healthy Keto Plan, and is the Director of Dr. Berg Nutritionals. He no longer practices, but focuses on health education through social media.


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