11.02.07

Rosacea and Diet

Posted in Rosacea at 4:23 pm

Rosacea results from an overly acidic body and skin, which can be caused by a number of factors including physical activity, stress, environment, and perhaps most importantly, diet. Some types of food and drinks, such as meat, cheese, alcohol, and stimulants like coffee and cigarettes, form acids when processed by the body. Other foods, primarily fruits and vegetables, are alkaline-forming, which helps to neutralize acids. By following a healthy diet rich in alkaline-forming foods, you can balance your body and reduce your rosacea symptoms while improving your overall health.

The rosacea diet page at the Rosacea-Ltd web site will help you select alkaline-forming foods. You don’t have to avoid acid-forming foods entirely; just be sure to balance the acids with alkaline.  And be sure to drink plenty of water!  Water is pH neutral, and is essential for the body to function.  Though your sense of thirst decreases with age, remember to drink at least eight glasses of water every day for your health.

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