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NRS - Common Connection Between Rosacea Dietary Triggers

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A post at RF in the News Feeds > Other News Feeds > NRS - Common Connection Between Rosacea Dietary Triggers refers to post at the NRS Blog which discusses rosacea diet triggers with Dr. Rajani Katta, clinical assistant professor of medicine at Baylor College of Medicine and the author of Glow: The Dermatologist's Guide to a Whole Foods Younger Skin Diet. Dr. Katta mentions the "gut and skin health" but "we need to do more research to determine what that connection is." She categorizes rosacea diet triggers into "four categories: cinnamaldehyde-related, capsaicin-related, heat-related and alcohol-related." Dr. Katta nor the NRS ever mention that sugar and carbohydrate are rosacea diet triggers which has been well established with anecdotal reports here at RF, just as valid as the anecdotal reports used by the NRS to establish the NRS diet trigger list which is based upon a survey of rosacea sufferers. Sugar and carbohydrate simply doesn't fit into the four categories proposed by Dr. Katta. Have you ever wondered by the NRS avoids listing sugar and carbohydrate as a rosacea diet trigger?

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Very good question ( I am positive we all know the answer which is called BIG ECONOMIC INTERESTS or in a single word MONEY). It is enough to watch this short video 

and see that along the time mankind used radioactive products for beauty and heroin for cough. It took a lot of time to admit that tobacco is dangerous for human being health too. Maybe centuries will pass till sugar will be on the list. Meanwhile lets just be happy Chocolate is on the list...... What can we do if Rosaceans are not united in a world of DIVIDE ET IMPERA!???

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