The following lists make The 3-Day Migraine Diet simple. Click “learn more” in each section for research citations and more information.
Foods: Fresh, organic vegetables or high quality, frozen vegetables; grass-fed, hormone-free, organic, pasture-raised, and wild-caught meats; healthy fats that promote ketones (MCT, coconut oil, grass-fed butter, olive oil, and avocado oil); low-carbohydrate natural foods; anti-inflammatory foods; and antioxidant boosters.
Replace low-nutrient processed foods that are high in sugar and carbohydrates with a variety of natural foods that contain numerous vitamins, minerals, healthy fats, and antioxidants that are associated with migraine prevention. This will reduce the oxidation, inflammation, glutamate, dehydration, and toxins that are associated with triggering headaches and migraines (learn more).
- The Most Dangerous Foods
- Dangerous in Large Amounts
- Dangerous in Excess
- Food Allergens
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This is not medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Read more.