Great advice: 5 Reasons for Cold Feet

Great advice: 5 Reasons for Cold Feet

Great Tip: 5 Reasons for Cold Feet



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In this video, Dr. Berg talks about the possible reasons why you have cold feet.
1. Hypothyroid Condition – The thyroid controls metabolism.
2. Low Blood Pressure – There is less blood flow into the body which causes fewer nutrients and oxygen.
3. Diabetes (Poor Circulation) – The high levels of sugar start destroying the proteins and create a sticky protein that block blood flow into the feet and hands.
4. Keto Transition
It can occur for a short period of time because of the metabolic shift and the thyroid is still adapting to it.
5. Anemic

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Dr. Berg, 53 years of age is a chiropractor who specializes in Healthy Ketosis & Intermittent Fasting. He is the author of The New Body Type Guide and other books published by KB Publishing. He has taught students nutrition as an adjunct professor at Howard University. He no longer practices, but focuses on health education through social media.

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37 Replies to “Great advice: 5 Reasons for Cold Feet”

  1. Could these all pertain to clammy or cold sweaty feet as well? They're both occurring in the past week to my husband yet never had before and have been doing keto a couple of weeks now. Thanks

  2. Thank you so much. I have been a "slug" for 62 years, low blood pressure, cold hands/feet, cold body temps (blamed on menopause), low vitamin D, (just because), auto immune disease (developed 15 yrs. ago, no reason, just live with it), poor nails, skin, etc. etc. …..no more…..things are improving, went KETO two months ago, and I am feeling "alive",……dumped the anti-depressants, never going back! thank you, thank you, thank you for sharing your knowledge of how the body is capable of changing with KETO.

  3. I have found that a cup of homemade chai tea warms up my whole body – all the spices in it promote improved circulation – plus it gives some good aroma therapy, I frequently get cold hands and lower legs. Dr. Berg, your videos have helped me understand this journey – thank you.

  4. Hi Dr. Berg! Can you please do a video on the study that just came out that says worldwide 1 in 7 people are dying from nutritional deficiencies? It says the leading cause of death is too much salt.

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