The Best Diet For Rosacea Sufferers

The Best Diet For Rosacea Sufferers

Food causing your skin to suffer? Read about the best diet for rosacea

If you are one of the estimated fourteen million Americans that suffer from rosacea, you may have tried a variety of treatment options, from creams to lasers. But have you ever thought about changing the food you eat? By switching to a special diet for rosacea, you may find that many of your troublesome symptoms will be alleviated. You definitely want to eat foods that are high in omega-3 fatty acids, including salmon, flax seed and halibut. Other foods that should be included in a diet for rosacea are berries (which help reduced inflamed blood vessels), nuts, poultry and fresh veggies. For a list of treatments that will help you deal with rosacea, read How To Treat Rosacea The Right Way.

When switching to a special diet for rosacea, there are certain foods that you will want to avoid, as certain foods will trigger outbreaks and cause inflammation. Spicy foods, artificial sweeteners, MSG (which is found in many oriental restaurants and Chinese take-out), along with cheese, caffeine and red meat are all to be avoided or at least consumed in smaller portions. It is important when creating your own diet for rosacea to take note of which foods tend to cause flare-ups and which ones do not. Some people can eat certain foods without any ill effect, while others will experience redness, irritation and other symptoms of an outbreak. Check out 12 Major Hair And Skin Issues Solved! for help with all of your skin and hair issues, from cystic acne to psoriasis.

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