Food is a known rosacea trigger. Keeping track of your diet can help you identify which foods to cut back on (and which to eat more of) to keep symptoms under control.
Rosacea is a chronic inflammatory skin condition that affects the central part of the face. Symptoms vary, with some people experiencing facial redness or flushing (blushing). Others have visibly larger blood vessels, red acne-like bumps on their face, or thickening of the skin around the nose.