Foods To Eat For Rosacea
Rosacea Alkaline Diet
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Are there special foods to eat for rosacea symptoms?. Perhaps. People often found that eating alkaline rich foods can help keep annoying symptoms at bay.
It's not that non-alkaline foods "cause" rosacea, but certain foods have been known to aggravate symptoms and increase the risk of flare-ups such as increased redness, blotchiness,a nd breakouts.
The trick is knowing what foods cause your rosacea symptoms to flare-up and what foods can help keep you symptoms free. Each person is different so some experimentation may be necessary.
Below is a list of the worst and best foods - including alkaline rich foods - that can help reduce symptom, improve skin condition, and allow you to live a more comfortable, confident free lifestyle.
Use this list to pick and choose your favorites and develop a rosacea diet that best suits your needs, tastes, and lifestyle. Try this diet for about 2 weeks and see if you don't look and feel better.
Also, don't forget to use a healing
to strengthen collagen networks and heal skin faster.
Rosacea Alkaline Diet
Time and time again studies show that an alkaline diet can dramatically reduce rosacea symptoms within two months!! This is pretty impressive.
The studies showed that while not all study participants were completely symptom free, an alkaline diet did to help reduce inflammation and did provide some form of relief to all participants.
So what is an alkaline diet? - Well, it’s mostly a vegetarian based diet. However, that doesn’t mean that you have to become a vegetarian or give up meat. Just try to make small changes here and there to reduce acid forming foods.
The biggest change you can make to switch to a more alkaline diet is avoid simple carbohydrates. This means all pre-packaged processed white flour breads, cakes, pastas, rice, and crackers.
These foods not only spike insulin levels causing inflammatory reactions throughout the whole body, but also create age-accelerating free radicals which breaks down skin collagen.
These foods are your skin’s worst enemy – whether or not you suffer from rosacea. If must have carbohydrates try to limit them and make sure they are whole grain wheat based.
Also, consider reducing your meat consumption – if you normally eat a lot of meat. Your best bet is to fill your plate with more veggies and less carbs and meat.
A sample diet for rosacea should include the following foods:
- Large amounts of vegetables especially salad greens, sprouts. Vegetables should your largest portion on your plate.
- Certain fruits like blackberries, blueberries, and cherries. These fruits are known to be vascular constrictors and could help in reducing redness.
- Healthy unsaturated fats like olive oil, avocados, flaxseeds.
- Whole grains including millet and quinoa.
- High quality proteins like fish, eggs, egg whites, skinless turkey and chicken.
- Fresh water – at least 8 to 10 glasses in daily.
Finally, talk to your doctor about taking a baby aspirin once a day. Scientists have found that rosacea suffers who took 81 mg of aspirin had few and shorter outbreaks after 30 days.
However, make sure your get your doctor’s approval before taking a baby aspirin daily.
Topical Aspirin Extract To Treat and Heal Rosacea?
There is a special ingredient - a chemical cousin to aspirin - that is known for it's ability to reduce inflammation and irritation.
And when used topically, it can exfoliate dead skin cells (unclogging pores), increase collagen, and improve rough and bumpy skin texture.............
This simple ingredient is called Willow Bark Extract. And when added to a
rosacea formulated anti-redness mask and face wash
it can help reduce redness, blotchiness, breakouts, and rough flaky skin.
Rosacea needs to taken seriously before it causes any further damage to the skin. While the foods to eat for rosacea can be helpful, try to use natural topical treatments and proper supplements to provide long term relief and help skin heal.
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