Last updated: September 2018
This isn't anything strange. I just wanted to let all migraine sufferers know that their migraines might be due to a wheat allergy. I'm 70 years old and have had migraines since I was 13. Sometimes I went through periods so bad I really wished I could die. Then my daughter-in-law who comes from a family that has gluten intolerance and celiac disease suggested I might have an allergy to wheat. I cut out all wheat from my diet and within a few months my migraines stopped. It's like a miracle that I never expected. I was using codeine to stop my migraines. This is just the most wonderful thing that's ever happened to me.
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