What foods trigger migrains?
A high proportion of people have “food intolerances”, which are a mild sort of allergy, and everyone has a different pattern of which foods or environmental substances set off their immune system (although there are common ones like peanuts and caffeine). Different people also suffer different symptoms (some herbalists say each person has a “target organ”, say your skin or your head). If you suffer from migraines because of food intolerances, it won’t necessarily help you if you give up the food groups that other people say trigger their migraines. You might very well have a different pattern of allergy. The best thing is to get an intolerance test for yourself. There is one called a VEGA test, and there is a kind of blood test too. They are expensive, but think what you might save on painkillers.