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Thread: Food and Seborrheic Dermatitis

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    I love coffee and the pick-me-up that it gives; however, its considered verboten for people with skin problems, particularly seborrheic dermatitis. I used to drink 2-3 cups a day, but essentially gave it up after being diagnosed. I occasionally have a cup, but add Baking Soda to improve the pH and take American Ginseng before drinking to regulate coffee's Cortisol effects. What I'm wondering is if I tried the Bulletproof Coffee (Coffee + MCT Oil) while still adding Baking Soda to make it less acidic and taking the American Ginseng to regulate the Cortisol, could I drink it as much as I wanted without the negative skin effects? The added bonus would be the extra energy of Bulletproof Coffee over regular coffee due to the MCT Oil.

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    I don't believe food is direct culprit either.
    I went private for tests, I believed chilli and eggs set off seb derm flare ups, it came back clear, said I had a wheat and dairy issue.
    Cut these out for a while and made no difference.

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