You stated that: "When there is excess heat and toxins, the skin becomes a route for eliminating these two items resulting in skin disorder. The primary causes for heat and toxins are inappropriate diet, stress, and negative emotions. These factors congest the liver and gallbladder disrupting their normal functioning. Heat and toxins overflow from these organs into the blood, which rises to the face affecting the skin."
Could you explain the following? Why are 70% of the cases of rosacea in women? Do they encounter a worse diet, emotions, and more stress than men? Why are 95% of rosacea sufferers of Celtic, or Northern European descent? Do we have worse diets, stress, and emotions than the rest of the population? Why is only the face affected? Wouldn't all the skin be affected?
"Why some get rosacea and others do not with the same factors, is due to individual metabolism."
Shouldn't we then eat to suit our individual metabolisms? Shouldn't Northern Europeans, and Celts be eating a diet which suits their individual metabolisms? A diet high in fat, meat, and fish - and low in fruits, and carbs. Is the "modern diet" responsible?
Just some questions which are unclear to me. I am not attcking your theory, just looking for answers, like everyone else. Thank you.