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The Food and Migraine Connection

Cheryl Ravey

Cheryl is our Undercover Superstar, as she manages the entire production of our monthly eMagazine we call Home Cures That Work, our blog and our social media accounts. She recently married and moved from Chicago to the Sunshine State, where she enjoys kayaking, camping and scuba diving with her husband. Cheryl also loves to bake, run, do mission work and travel.

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  3. […] related to diet and can be prevented.  The way we start is to keep a diet and headache diary.  List the foods you eat all day and headaches in another column.  We often find a pattern to associate the headache with the trigger.  The […]


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