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    Quote Originally Posted by since2000 View Post
    Has anyone ever tried taking a fiber supplement just before eating food to help with flushing? And if so, did it help?
    I came across the below article which recommended Inulin, Methylcellulose, Psyllium or Wheat Dextrin
    https://*******.com/rosacea/rosacea-...important-tip/
    Your link doesn't work.
    This is an oldie but goodie:

    Clin Exp Dermatol. 2004 May;29(3):297-9.
    Remission of rosacea induced by reduction of gut transit time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brady Barrows View Post
    Your link doesn't work.
    This is an oldie but goodie:

    Clin Exp Dermatol. 2004 May;29(3):297-9.
    Remission of rosacea induced by reduction of gut transit time.
    Kendall SN
    Sorry, it's not letting me post the link but it's

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    Brady...regarding the link you posted...do you know what it was that the patient ingested that brought about their remission? Doesn't specify in the summary
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    "Thirty grams of coarse wheat bran was mixed with warm water and a small amount of sugar to improve the taste." You can read the entire article full text in this thread.
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    Quote Originally Posted by since2000 View Post
    Okay thanks mate.

    Hoping to find something I can take to minimise or stop the flushing from meats. If I can eat meat I can at least kind of function given I already eliminate Gluten, Dairy and am extremely carb-restricted!
    It sounds like you have quite a strong flushing, so you'll need to think about addressing all aspects that can influence flushing - using the right combination of medicines (I suggest some that work well for many above); topicals (e.g. Zhongzhou cream and maybe a barrier repair cream like Dermalogica); nutrition (supplements can certainly help with the foods you eat); psychology (there are numerous approaches that different people find helpful to calm their flushing).

    Strong flushing is linked to the bloodflow and everything influences bloodflow, so you need to try to influence the blood flow in your flushing areas from all angles - internal and external.

    I'd recommend finding a doctor who specialises in medications to treat rosacea flushing, or at least is willing to work with you to try sensible options. The ones you've tried so far are not really adequate for flushing.
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