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Do certain foods cause migraines?

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Not every migraine is tied to a trigger. But if yours are, one of the best ways to prevent them is to learn your triggers and do your best to avoid them. For some people, that means saying no to certain foods.

From: Food Triggers for Migraines WebMD Medical Reference

NHS Choices: “Migraine,” “Migraine - Causes,” “Migraine - Symptoms.”

The Migraine Trust: “Common Triggers.”

Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine: “Migraine Diet: A Natural Approach to Migraines.”

Cleveland Clinic: “Headaches and Food.”

Harvard Health Publications: “Food and migraine: a personal connection.”

Turkish Journal of Neurology :  “The Relationship Between Migraine and Nutrition.”

American Migraine Foundation: “Alcohol and Migraine,” “Diet.”

Mayo Clinic: “Caffeine content in coffee, tea, soda and more,” “Migraine,” “Migraine self-management.”

National Headache Foundation: “Alcohol and Headaches,” “Low-Tyramine Diet for Migraine.”

Reviewed by Lawrence C. Newman on January 09, 2019

NHS Choices: “Migraine,” “Migraine - Causes,” “Migraine - Symptoms.”

The Migraine Trust: “Common Triggers.”

Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine: “Migraine Diet: A Natural Approach to Migraines.”

Cleveland Clinic: “Headaches and Food.”

Harvard Health Publications: “Food and migraine: a personal connection.”

Turkish Journal of Neurology :  “The Relationship Between Migraine and Nutrition.”

American Migraine Foundation: “Alcohol and Migraine,” “Diet.”

Mayo Clinic: “Caffeine content in coffee, tea, soda and more,” “Migraine,” “Migraine self-management.”

National Headache Foundation: “Alcohol and Headaches,” “Low-Tyramine Diet for Migraine.”

Reviewed by Lawrence C. Newman on January 09, 2019

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