Yep, There's a Reason Your Feet Are Always Cold

Some people just have cold feet, in the literal sense. Are you most comfortable wearing UGGs, even in the spring? Does your partner complain about your ice-cold toes brushing up against their shins during the night? If your feet are always cold, there's an explanation. We talked to Danielle DesPrés, DPM, a board-certified foot and ankle surgeon and podiatrist, to learn more.Dr. DesPrés told POPSUGAR that it's not uncommon to have cold feet some of the time, but if it's constant, there may be an underlying condition that's causing it. She suggested speaking with your doctor if cold feet is a recurrent problem for you.What Are Some Common Causes of Cold Feet?Dr. DesPrés said that poor circulation is one of the most common causes of cold feet. "As the arteries move away from the heart and into the legs and feet, they progressively become smaller and more easily blocked with fatty plaque," she explained. "Since the arteries going to the feet are the smallest…

Stay Cool and Satisfied With This 5-Minute Vegan Protein-Packed Cherry Vanilla Ice Cream

Although thankfully there are a gazillion different vegan ice creams available nowadays, and you can even find dairy-free options at local ice cream shops, a lot of them still contain a lot of sugar. If you want a naturally sweetened frozen treat that tastes just as luscious as ice cream, make this cherry "nice" cream.

Made with just four ingredients - frozen cherries, frozen banana, unsweetened vanilla soy milk, and plant-based protein powder - this treat comes together in about five minutes and tastes so fresh, creamy, and sweet, you'll want to make it again and again.

Vegan Cherry Protein Ice Cream

From Jenny Sugar, POPSUGAR Fitness


  1. 2 cups frozen cherries
    1 frozen banana
    1/3 cup unsweetened vanilla soy milk
    1/3 cup vanilla or chocolate plant-based protein powder (I used 1 serving of vanilla KOS, which has 20 grams of protein per serving)
    Toppings optional (chocolate chips, chopped nuts, hemp seeds, shredded coconut, or granola)


  1. Add the frozen cherries, banana, and soy milk to a food processor or blender, and puree a few minutes until the fruit is finely chopped.
  2. Add the protein powder, and puree until smooth.
  3. Scoop out half the ice cream, add the toppings of your choice, and enjoy!

Here's the nutritional information for one serving without toppings:



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