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RE: [rosacea-diet-users-support-group] Re: Triggers and the Diet

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  • Schneider, Anne (US - Wilton)
    Who knows - it may just have a slower effect on me and the fact that I do have breakouts means something in my system isn t right I do believe the diet helps
    Message 1 of 18 , Apr 1, 2003
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      Who knows - it may just have a slower effect on me
      and the fact that I do have breakouts means something
      in my system isn't right

      I do believe the diet helps


      -----Original Message-----
      From: Brady Barrows [mailto:brady.barrows@...]
      Sent: Monday, March 31, 2003 7:00 PM
      To: rosacea-diet-users-support-group@yahoogroups.com
      Subject: Re: [rosacea-diet-users-support-group] Re: Triggers and the
      Diet


      Anne,

      Wow. If I ate all that I my face would be a mess. Glad you
      can do it. Once in a while, I can eat what you have listed
      in very, very small amounts, but the cumulative effect of
      all that would cause such a flare up of rosacea in me that
      I wouldn't dare think about eating all that in a week. We
      are all so different. At least the Rosacea Diet has helped
      you begin the process of finding out what you can eat and
      how to control it when you want to!

      Brady

      On Monday, March 31, 2003, at 03:34 PM, Schneider, Anne (US - Wilton)
      wrote:

      > Brady, to answer your question regarding triggers, I seem to eat a lot
      > of
      > carbohydrates
      > and not always have flareups as a result of them.  For instance last
      > week
      > I ate pasta at least three times, bagels, peanut butter,
      > apples, strawberries, frozen yogurt, and cereal all with no flareups a
      > week
      > later.
      > I don't experience any flushing when I eat these foods.
      >
      > Other times my face seems to break out but I think it is due to hormonal
      > changes.
      >
      > I drink a lot of iced water throughout the day and I don't eat a lot of
      > refined
      > foods or sugar.
      >
      > It is difficult to figure out what not to eat since there isn't a
      > discernable
      > reaction from the foods I am eating.
      >
      >
      >
      > -----Original Message-----
      > From: mineren [mailto:gfmine@...]
      > Sent: Monday, March 31, 2003 2:20 PM
      > To: rosacea-diet-users-support-group@yahoogroups.com
      > Subject: [rosacea-diet-users-support-group] Re: Triggers and the Diet
      >
      >
      > I've read/heard of people taking prescribed ibuprophen or other anti-
      > inflamatories of having reduced redness and other symptoms
      > associated with rosacea.  But isn't the theory behind eliminating
      > sugar, excessive carbs, refined foods - is that they inadvertently
      > cause inflammation? I understand that this is also Dr. Perricone's
      > theory. So, I guess it would make sense if the anti's helped reduce
      > symptoms in some way.
      >
      > My only problem with the anti-inflammatories (like Ibuprophen) is
      > that some studies I read years ago indicate that they can affect the
      > kidneys and other organs over a long period of use.
      >
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