Raynaud’s phenomenon: poor adaptation to the cold

Raynaud’s phenomenon is caused by excessive constriction of arteries in the extremities (fingers, feet, ears) in response to cold, which blocks the circulation of blood. A defect in metabolic adaption which is very painful, but without real danger! Download the column

Richard Béliveau

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According to a recent study, the small quantities of resveratrol found in a single glass of red wine exerts an anticancer effect much more powerful than that seen with the elevated doses provided by the aid of supplements. To take advantage of the positive effects of red wine on health, it must be remembered than less can be more, and that it is most important to drink very moderately. Download this column