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Foods to eat to avoid malnutrition and achieve good health


Avoid food items that make you flush. Doctors at CaliforniaUniversity say that spicy foods, caffeine and alcohol tripwires for most Rosacea sufferers.

Sugar and iodized salts may also dilate your blood vessels. Learn which foods bother your skin and eliminate them from your diet.

Be careful of foods and drinks that are hot in temperature. Allow beverages and soups to cool before you eat them.

Saturated fat has an inflammatory effect on many body systems, including the skin. If you stay away from red meat and fried, greasy foods, you will also improve your digestion.

 Also you may avoid red meat, poultry and milk. People with psoriasis often have difficulty digesting protein and these foods are the hardest on your intestines. In addition both red meat and milk contain arachidonic acid which aggravates inflammation.

Don’t eat other foods that are difficult to digest. Fatty, fried and junk foods all fall into this category, as do products that are high in refined sugar. Alcohol causes inflammation and triggers psoriasis in many people.


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