From USNews.com: “We found significantly higher prevalence of headaches in patients with celiac disease compared to those without it,” said Dimitrova, a neurology resident at the Neurological Institute at Columbia University Medical Center in New York City. This is not new. Any food has the potential to trigger a migraine if you happen to be […]
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It might be surprising to find us writing about headaches, but they are so frequently caused by the same things that cause digestive problems that they have been begging for an article for many years. Migraines and tension headaches, like Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), are often associated with stress. Also like IBS, they can come […]
We have been pointing to the research for years – trigger the immune system, as happens in celiac, Irritable Bowel Disease (IBD), (and many cases of IBS), and you will get all sorts of problems, including headaches. Yes, headaches have long been known to be associated with celiac disease. Remove gluten from the diet and […]
Great study from National Institutes of Health. —Diet restriction in migraine, based on IgG against foods: A clinical double-blind, randomised, cross-over trial Authors: Kadriye Alpay, Mustafa Ertaş, Elif Kocasoy Orhan, Didem Kanca Üstay, Camille Lieners, and Betül Baykan Introduction: It is well-known that specific foods trigger migraine attacks in some patients. We aimed to investigate […]
Headaches are considered by conventional medicine to be an inflammatory condition of unknown cause, or simply stress is blamed. This belief ignores a large volume of scientific evidence pointing to food allergies as a major cause of headaches. The medical community has focused almost solely on treating headaches with pain medication and anti-inflammatory medications, either […]