There is no set diet for rosacea, but a nutritional regimen that limits refined sugars and foods with significant levels of saturated fat helps to manage the symptoms. Even though rosacea affects the skin, diet plays a s... More »

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People suffering from rosacea should avoid drinking excessive alcohol and eating starchy and sugary foods. Some people find that caffeine and dairy worsen their symptoms, so these products should generally be avoided. Ea... More »

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The most frequently used natural treatments for rosacea include topical applications, such as cream containing an extract of the herb Chrysanthellum indicum, niacinamide cream and azelaic acid cream. Following an anti-in... More »

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While no foods are explicitly prohibited on the American Diabetes Association diet, the does plan discourage over consumption of starchy carbohydrates, sugars, saturated fats and trans fats. These compounds have the grea... More »

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According to the Physician's Committee for Responsible Medicine, the recommended diet to treat hypoglycemia is similar to diets used to treat diabetes: reduced consumption of simple sugars, higher intake of complex carbo... More »

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Serving an alkaline diet to patients with cancer changes the body's intracellular pH levels, creating an unfavorable environment for cancer cells to thrive, claims Nancy Elizabeth Shaw for GreenMedInfo. This phenomenon c... More »

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Gout patients should eat a diet rich in produce, cereals and breads with processed grains, butter, buttermilk, eggs, cheese, coffee, tea, carbonated beverages, and low-fat dairy products. These foods are all low in purin... More »

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