Top 75 Migraine and Headache Questions, #12

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    My better half suffers from Migraines, sometimes after an attack she will eat foods that make the situation come back, what foods can she eat that won't affect her on-set of another Migraine? Brock.


    Answer:

    Dear Brock;


    We can't tell you what foods she can eat because it varies from person to person. That's something she's going to have to systematically determine for herself.


    The best way to go about this is to do an elimination diet to determine what foods are triggers for her. She would eliminate all the known potential trigger foods, then add them back in one at a time to see which ones trigger a Migraine. Here's a link to an article and downloadable workbook that should help:
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    Managing Migraine – Migraine Trigger Foods
    Migraine triggers are physical things that bring on a Migraine attack when a Migraineur is exposed to them. Learn more about how to identify and avoid your Migraine trigger foods. Includes free downloadable workbook.

    Good luck,
    John Claude Krusz and Teri Robert



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Published On: April 10, 2007