MigrainesMigraine headaches can be hereditary and may manifest in a variety of ways including intense, painful headache, nausea, vomiting, light or sound sensitivity and aura – or a visual disturbance, like seeing colors, that tends to occur as a warning before the headache hits.




Foods/Choices to Include:

  • Eat regularly and avoid skipping meals
  • Drink plenty of water, avoid dehydration
  • B2/riboflavin rich foods: Mushrooms, broccoli, spinach, Brussels sprouts, asparagus
  • Magnesium rich foods: Green leafy vegetables, nuts and seeds
  • CoQ10 rich foods: Mackerel, tuna, eggs, broccoli, cauliflower
  • Fluid rich foods: Watermelon, low-sodium soups
  • Calcium rich foods: Kale, broccoli, spinach, mustard greens, collard greens
  • Spicy peppers: jalapeno, Serrano, chili peppers
  • Potassium rich foods/choices: Sweet potato, peppers, carrots, baked sweet potato with skin (for potassium), coconut water
  • Whole grains: Quinoa, teff, brown rice, wheat berries, bulgur wheat

Foods/Choices to Avoid:

  • Caffeine withdrawl or too much caffeine including coffee, tea, energy drinks and soda
  • Fermented/pickled/processed foods with MSG
  • Sulfite rich foods: Red wine, dried fruit
  • Nitrate rich foods: Hot dogs, bacon, salami, other processed meats
  • Some fruits: Citrus, banana, avocado, fig, chocolate
  • Certain nuts and peanut butter
  • Onions
  • Beans: Navy & fava
  • Aged cheese
  • Artificial sweeteners including Aspartame, Sweet N Low, Equal, Xylitol, Splenda
  • Artificial flavors or ingredients


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