Vitamin E rich foods

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The inability of warm, oxygenated blood to reach the extremities is the main problems associated with Raynaud’s Disease, which means that blood vessel integrity and function is an important factor in the condition. Vitamin E is a crucial element in our bodies for blood vessel repair and strength, so increasing the amount of vitamin E (tocopherol) in your diet is a very good idea. Some of the easiest sources of vitamin E include spinach, kale, tuna, nuts and avocados. If you want that warm blood pumping to all the right places, make sure you don’t slack on the tocopherol!

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