Dietary Solutions for Rosacea

Tuesday, 01 Mar 2011 02:20 PM

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You may be able to reduce the intensity and severity of rosacea through diet. Facial flushing caused by rosacea can be alleviated with the use of natural vasoconstrictors like blueberries and cherry.
 
Someone with rosacea should include omega-3 fish and fish-oil supplements in their diet. Cooking with olive oil can also benefit someone with rosacea.   Aloevera, a natural, anti-inflammatory herb, also benefits someone with rosacea.
 
Artificial colors, preservatives and sweeteners, hot, and spicy foods should be excluded from the diet.

Ten to twelve glasses of iced alkaline water a day is good for combating rosacea. Licorice, a common kitchen herb, is also good for someone with rosacea. Also consider including whole grains, seeds, and nuts in your diet.

For more information about rosacea, consult the following:

Many Right Ways to Treat Rosacea
How Can I Get Rid of Rosacea?
Are There Treatments for Ocular Rosacea?
Rosacea: Latest Medical Breakthroughs
Rosacea: Treatment and Tips


 

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