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Rosacea Free Forever™ by Laura Taylor

Rosacea Diet
Overview
The "RFF" rosacea diet emphasizes anti-inflammatory foods that work to reduce vascular flushing.
Anti-inflammatory foods are generally plant-based, mineral dense, and minimally processed.
Fruits and vegetables, especially dark and leafy greens, help to reduce inflammation. Our rosacea diet is
an alkaline diet that includes cleansing vegetables, low-sugar fruits, soups and juices, salads and omega
oils.
If you experience rosacea, why not give our rosacea diet a try? Admittedly, the rosacea meal plan may
look a little daunting, but why not try a natural approach to healing with food?

Rosacea Meal Plan
Breakfast: approximately 400 calories
Midmorning snack: approximately 150 calories
Lunch: approximately 600 calories
Midafternoon snack: approximately150 calories
Dinner: approximately 500 calories

Breakfast
1/3 c uncooked Bob's Red Mill Gluten Free Hot Cereal
3 prunes
2 T pumpkin seeds
1 t ground chia seeds
Stevia to sweeten
8 oz mineral water spritzer with splash of apple cider

Midmorning snack
1 large organic apple
Lunch
Nachos made with:
20 small organic corn tortilla chips
1/2 c nonfat refried beans
2 oz vegan gourmet shredded cheddar
1 cup ciced lettuce, onions, cilantro
4 T avocado
Midafternoon snack
1 c raw vegetables
BSE dipping sauce
Dinner
4 oz grilled lamb, venison, wild game, or fowl
2 c marinated green vegetables: green beans, asparagus, brussel sprouts,
kale varieties
grilled red onions
1 T olive oil
fresh squeezed lemon juice
sea salt to taste
10 dark purple grapes
8 oz mineral water with splash of 100% unsweetened cranberry juice

Breakfast
Rotate 1 c organic rice, soy or coconut yogurt (or kefir)
1 tsp ground organic hemp seeds
2 T cherries
2 T sunflower seeds
Stevia to sweeten
8 oz mineral water spritzer with acai juice
Midmorning snack
4 oz green smoothie
Lunch
2 brown rice cakes with sea vegetable
2 T almond butter
2 T 100% fruit spread
1 large organic apple
Midafternoon snack
4 oz green smoothie

Dinner
1 c brown rice pasta ("Tinkyada" recommended)
3 oz grilled organic white chicken
2 T basil pesto
2 c sauteed yellow vegetables: carrots, sweet potato, butternut and winter
squashes
8 oz mineral water with splash of pomegranate juice

Breakfast
2 organic eggs "sunny side up"
on a bed of 2 c sauteed organic spinach
1 t olive oil for sauteeing the spinach
red onion slices and garlic to taste
1 1/2 c blueberries
8 oz mineral spritzer with splash of pomegranate juice
Midmorning snack
1 c cubed cantaloupe
6 cashews
Lunch
1 c cooked brown rice, quinoa, or millet
2 c steamed green vegetables
1 T olive oil
fresh squeezed lemon juice
sea salt and mild spices
2 medium apricots
Midafternoon snack
1 c sugar snap peas
BSE dipping sauce
Dinner
4 c raw leafy greens and nonstarchy vegetables
6 small brown rice crackers
1 T olive oil
fresh squeezed lemon juice and mild spices
2 c lentil soup
8 oz mineral water with splash of lime juice

Breakfast
1 brown rice cake with sea vegetables
1 T almond butter
1 T 100% fruit spread
1/2 c prune juice

8 oz mineral water with splash of fresh lemon juice
Midmorning snack
4 oz green smoothie
Lunch
1/2 c cooked brown rice or quinoa
2 oz grilled marinated white chicken
4 T hummus
1 T olive oil
fresh squeezed lemon juice
sea salt and mild spices
parsley, onions, cucumbers
Midafternoon snack
4 oz green smoothie
Dinner
4 oz grilled wild-caught snapper, halibut or salmon
2 c grilled marinated green vegetables
1 T olive oil for grilling fish and vegetables
fresh squeezed lemon juice, mild spices
1 c butternut squash soup
8 oz mineral water with splash of acai juice

Breakfast
1/2 c uncooked quinoa flakes cereal
1 t ground organic flaxseed
2 T raisins
cinnamon
Stevia to sweeten
4 walnut halves
8 oz mineral water with splash of apple cider
Midmorning snack
4 apricots
Lunch
4 c raw leafy greens and non-starchy vegetables
8 pecan halves
2 T dried cherries
8 kalamata olives
1 T olive oil
raw apple cider vinegar, sea salt, red onions
3 prunes
Midafternoon snack

1 c sugar snap peas
5 Brazil nuts
Dinner
Chipolte Burrito Bowl:
white rice with lemon juice and parsley
black beans
no tortilla
grilled vegetables
avocado
corn salsa, chopped romaine lettuce
8 oz mineral water with splash of lime juice

Breakfast
2 scrambled eggs
2 small organic corn tortillas
1/2 c pinto beans
chopped onion, cilantro, lime juice
8 oz mineral water with splash of lemon juice
Midmorning snack
10 purple grapes
Lunch
2 c butternut squash soup
4 c raw leafy greens and non-starchy vegetables
fresh squeezed lemon juice
1 T olive oil
sea salt and mild spices
Midafternoon snack
4 small sardines
Dinner
3 oz grilled lamb, venison, wild game or fowl
2 c marinated green vegetables: green beans, asparagus, brussel sprouts,
kale varieties
grilled red onions
2 T dried cherries
1 T olive oil
fresh squeezed lime juice
Sea salt to taste
8 oz mineral water with splash of 100% cranberry juice

Breakfast
2 gluten free berry waffles
1 T Sunflower Seed Butter "SunButter"
1 piece of gluten free Applegate Farms chicken & apple sausage
8 oz mineral water with splash of acai juice
Midmorning snack
24 cherries
Lunch
1 c cooked brown rice
4 oz organic grilled white chicken
2 c grilled vegetables
1 T olive oil
fresh squeezed lemon juice
Midafternoon snack
1 c baby carrots
BSE dipping sauce
Dinner
4 c raw leafy greens and nonstarchy vegetables
3 oz tuna
6 Kalamata olives
capers and red onions
1 T cranraisins
1 T olive oil
balsalmic vinegar
1 c cubed cantaloupe
8 oz mineral water with splash of lemon juice

Breakfast
1/4 c uncooked brown rice cream
1 t ground organic chia seeds
2 T dried cranberries
cinnamon
Stevia to sweeten
4 walnut halves
8 oz mineral water with splash of apple cider
Midmorning snack
2 c cubed cantaloupe
Lunch

1 large sushi roll with salmon, avocado, brown rice
1 miso soup
1 seaweed salad
Midafternoon snack
1 c raw vegetables
7 Brazil nuts
Dinner
3 c raw leafy greens and non-starchy vegetables
1/2 c black beans
1/2 c corn
red onion slices
1 T olive oil
fresh squeezed lime juice, cilantro, onions
2 small nectarines
8 oz mineral water with splash of lemon juice

Breakfast
2 eggs "sunny side up"
sauteed kale or spinach
1 oz olive oil to saute vegetable, red chile pepper sprinkles
3 prunes
8 oz mineral water with splash of pomegranate juice
Midmorning snack
2 c fresh papaya
Lunch
1 cup brown rice pasta ("Tinkyada" suggested)
3 oz grilled chicken
2 T basil pesto
2 c steamed winter squash
Midafternoon snack
1 c raw vegetables
1 T hummus
Dinner
2 c lentil soup
2 c mixed salad greens
2 chopped sun dried tomatoes
8 kalamata olives
1 T olive oil
fresh squeezed lemon juice
8 oz mineral water with splash of unsweetened cranberry juice

Breakfast
Rotate 1 cup organic rice, soy or coconut yogurt (or kefir)
1 t ground organic hemp seeds
Stevia to sweeten
1 1/4 c strawberries
3 prunes
8 oz mineral water with splash of acai juice
Midmorning snack
4 oz green smoothie
Lunch
1 c cooked corn or quinoa macaroni
2 oz organic vegan gourmet melted cheddar
2 oz organic grilled white chicken
2 c steamed broccoli
Midafternoon snack
4 oz green smoothie
Dinner
4 c raw leafy greens and non-starchy vegetables
3 oz tuna
6 kalamata olives
capers, red onions, sea salt
1 T olive oil
fresh squeezed lemon juice
8 oz mineral water with splash of pomegranate juice

Breakfast
1/3 c uncooked Bob's Red Mill Gluten Free Hot Cereal
3 prunes
2 T sunflower seeds
1 t ground flax seeds
Stevia to sweeten
8 oz mineral water spritzer with splash of apple cider
Midmorning snack
1 c celery
BSE dipping sauce
Lunch
2 brown rice cakes with sea vegetables
2 T cashew butter
2 T 100% fruit spread

Midafternoon snack
1 c baby carrots
BSE dipping sauce
Dinner
1/2 c cooked brown rice or quinoa
2 oz grilled marinated white chicken
4 T hummus
1 T olive oil
fresh squeezed lemon juice
sea salt and mild spices
parsley, onions, cucumbers
8 oz mineral water with splash of fresh lemon juice

Breakfast
1 cup puffed rice cold cereal
1/2 c unsweetened hemp milk
1 t ground organic flax seeds
1/2 large organic pear
1 T walnut butter
8 oz mineral water with splash of acai juice
Midmorning snack
4 oz green smoothie
Lunch
2 tacos made with:
2 organic corn tortillas
1 c nonfat refried pinto beans
3 avocado slices
Sliced greens, onion, cilantro, lemon juice
2 oz vegan gourmet cheddar
Midafternoonsnack
4 oz green smoothie
Dinner
4 c raw leafy greens and non-starchy vegetables
3 oz wild salmon
1 c organic raspberries
1 T olive oil
raw apple cider vinegar, sea salt, mild spices
1/2 c cubed mango
8 oz mineral water with splash of fresh lemon juice

Breakfast
Rotate 1 cup organic rice, soy or coconut yogurt (or kefir)
1 t ground chia seeds
2 T dried cherries
Stevia to sweeten
1 banana
1 T almond butter
8 oz mineral water with splash of fresh lemon juice
Midmorning snack
1 c sugar snap peas
BSE dipping sauce
Lunch
2 c celery soup
2 c raw leafy greens
1 T walnuts
1 T cranraisins
1 T Olive Oil
fresh squeezed lemon juice
Midafternoon snack
1 cup organic apple slices
BSE dipping sauce
Dinner
3 oz grilled lamb, venison, wild game or fowl
2 cups marinated green vegetables: green beans, asparagus, brussel
sprouts, kale varieties
grilled red onions
2 T dried cherries
1 T olive oil
fresh squeezed lime luice
sea salt to taste
8 oz mineral water with splash of 100% cranberry juice

Breakfast
2 gluten free berry waffles
1 T Sunflower Seed Butter "SunButter"
1 piece of gluten free Applegate Farms chicken & apple sausage
8 oz mineral water with splash of pomegranate juice
Midmorning snack
2 c fresh papaya

Lunch
1 c cooked brown rice, quinoa, or millet
2 c steamed green vegetables
1 T olive oil
fresh squeezed lemon juice
sea salt and mild spices
2 medium apricots
Midafternoon snack
2 c fresh papaya
Dinner
3 egg omelette filled with:
1 oz vegan gourmet mozzarella
1 c raw organic spinach
2 chopped sun dried tomatoes
garlic, onions, sea salt to taste
8 oz chocolate soy pudding
8 oz mineral water with splash of fresh lemon juice

Meals or snacks within one day can be interchanged, so breakfast could be lunch or dinner. However,
when swapping meals/snacks, be sure to account for the total calories allotted per meal/snack and budget
accordingly.
Menu Notes:
Mineral water spritzers can be made from still or effervescent mineral waters (like San Pelegrino or
San Faustino). These mineral waters can be combined with a few drops to a couple of ounces of any
juice. Pomegranate, apple cider, lemon, lime and acai juices are suggested here. Mineral waters
offer an easy way to boost dietary mineral intake.
Emphasize anti-inflammatory foods that work to reduce vascular flushing. Anti-inflammatory foods
are generally plant-based, mineral dense, and minimally processed. Fruits and vegetables,
especially dark and leafy greens, are particularly anti-inflammatory.
Limit hot and stimulating foods that dilate blood vessels. Allow food and beverages to cool slightly
before consuming them. Limit intake of coffee to one cup per day. Avoid alcohol, cigarettes, spicy
foods with tomatoes and peppers, and sodas and sweets that can aggravate vascular inflammation.
Eliminate fried and fast foods along with artificial sweeteners, colors, and flavors. In general, opt
for whole foods found complete in nature.
A vegetarian diet is not required. But it is important to strongly emphasize anti-inflammatory,
plant-based foods like beans and nuts, complete whole grains, fruits and vegetables, and quality oils
like olive oil.
Limit meat, saturated fats, dairy that contribute to inflammatory pathways. When consuming animal
products, select organic or wild or grass-fed varieties to avoid genetic engineering, supplemental
hormones, and antibiotics that can leave these foods far from what nature originally intended them
to be. Opt for lean, organic meats and organic eggs when consuming them. You may want to strictly

exclude dairy from your diet for six months to observe the impact it has on your body and rosacea
symptoms.
If it's too difficult to transition to this entire diet overnight, transition meal by meal. Be patient and
persistent. Be prepared to practice this diet at a minimum of 90% compliance for a minimum of
three-to-six months to determine its potential impact on your rosacea.
Wholesome snacks are included to avoid blood sugar spikes and crashes that can feed
inflammation. Snacks are also included to avoid consumption of very large meals which may
generate larger amounts of heat in the digestive process.

Green Smoothies
Active Work Time: 5 minutes
Servings: about 2 cups
No dairy or gluten
Ingredients
1 t hemp or flax or chia seeds
1 c organic hemp, rice, almond or soy milk
1 c frozen fruit: berries, cherries, mango, pineapple
1 Tbls Aloe vera
1 Tbls nut or seed butter: almond or cashews, sunflower seed, sesame tahini
1 hearty handful of any leafy green: romaine, spinach, dandelion
Directions
Place everything in a small food processor or blender and whiz around until smooth.

Best Sauce Ever (BSE) Veggie Dip
Active Work Time: 5 minutes
Servings: about 2 1/2 c
No dairy or gluten
Ingredients
1/3 c hemp or flax or chia seeds
3 cloves garlic (more or less, according to your tastebuds)
2 T sweet white organic miso
3 T honey or agave or maple syrup
2/3 c balsamic vinegar or raw apple cider vinegar
2/3 c olive oil
1/3 — 1/2 c water
Directions
1. Place everything in a small food processor or blender, and whiz around until smooth. (If you're using a
blender, you'll probably have to chop the garlic coarsely before adding it to the mix.)
2. Pour over a prepared salad, on cut veggies, or wherever you want added flavor and antioxidants!


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