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New to the Migraine World: Complete Elimination Diet

Hello, I am new to the migraine world, I have been doing the complete migraine elimination diet from for 5 weeks now. I have made a few mistakes but wondered if anyone has more info on slow cooking, especially chicken stock, why does this affect foods?

  1. Hi , welcome to! We are thrilled to have you as a member of the community. How are you feeling today? You bring up a great point about the challenges and mistakes that we all make when trying to learn and understand our triggers, in addition to finding foods that work best! Here is an article from Kerrie, who shares some delicious meal combinations for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and even snacks, too: I am a huge snacker personally and have recently been cutting down a lot; I admire your commitment to your overall health. Looking forward to hearing from you soon, sending you healing hugs. -Lawrence ( Team)

    1. I'm curious - what is the basic premise of this diet? My new neurologist recommended I eliminate as much sugar and white flour/rice from my diet as possible and I have actually seen a reduction in migraines!! Not gone, but definitely a lot better. Something is helping and I think it's a reduction of overall inflammation.

      1. Hi MaryLorraine, thank you for your question! The purpose of an elimination diet is to try to answer the question: what foods are triggering or problematic for me? The idea is to eliminate a lot of foods that are often problematic for people and then add back one thing at a time to determine which are problematic for you specifically. This article gives some further introductory information you may find of interest! It is always recommended that one consult with a doctor before beginning so that it is done correctly and safely. I hope this offers you some clarification. Wishing you a gentle day. ~Allyson ( team)

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