Keeping your Hands Warm with Citrus

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DESCRIPTION: Phytonutrients in citrus such as hesperidin may increase blood flow sufficient to warm the hands and feet of those with cold sensitivity.

Because different families of fruits and vegetables can have entirely different phytonutrient profiles, variety is important. See, for example:

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Eating oranges is always better than drinking juice. I’ll discuss the difference more in the next video Reducing Muscle Fatigue with Citrus (…).

Please make sure to rinse your mouth with water after consuming sour fruits to protect your tooth enamel (See Plant-Based Diets: Dental Health).

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