Common Food Triggers of Migraine

///Common Food Triggers of Migraine
Common Food Triggers of Migraine 2016-11-16T14:57:03+00:00

Accent seasoning
Aged meats
Anchovies
Autolyzed yeast
Avocados

Bacon
Bagels
Bananas
Beef jerky
Blue cheese
Bouillons
Breadcrumbs
Brewers yeast
Brick cheese
Brie cheese
Broad Italian beans
Broth
Buttermilk

Calcium caseinate
Camembert cheese
Canned meats
Carrageenan
Caviar
Champagne
Cheap buffets
Cheddar cheese
Cheese spread
Chicken livers
Chinese food
Chocolate
Clementines
Coffee
Coffee cake
Coffee substitutes
Cola
Croutons
Cultured items
Cured meats

Dark alcohol drinks
Dates
Decaf coffee
Decaf tea
Doughnuts
Dried fruits with sulfites

Enzyme modified items

Fava beans
Fermented items
Fermented meats
Feta cheese
Figs
Flavored snacks
Flavorings
Fresh beef liver

Fresh bread
Frozen yogurt

Garbanzo beans
Gelatin
Glutamic acid
Grapefruits and juice
Gravy
Gruyere cheese

Hams
Heavy alcohol drinks
Hot dogs
Hydrolyzed protein

Iced tea

Kombu (seaweed extract)

Lemons and juice
Lima beans
Limes and juice
Lentils
Liverwurst
Low calorie foods
Low fat foods
Lunchmeats

Malt extract
Malted barley
Maltodextrin
Marinated meats
Mozzarella cheese
MSG
Muenster cheese

Natural flavors
Navy beans
Nitrates
Nitrites
Nut butters
Nutrisweet
Nuts

Olives
Onions
Oranges and juice
Papayas
Parmesan cheese
Passion fruit
Pate
Pea pods
Pepperoni
Pickled fish
Pickles
Pineapples and juice
Pinto beans
Pizza

Pizza dough
Plant protein
Processed meats
Protein concentrates
Protein fortified items
Provolone

Raisins
Raspberries
Ready-to-eat meals
Red plums
Red vinegar
Red wine
Restaurant food
Rice protein
Romano cheese
Roquefort cheese

Saccharin
Salami
Salty snacks
Sauerkraut
Sausage
Seasoned salt
Smoked fish
Smoked meats
Snow peas
Sodium caseinate
Soft pretzels
Soups
Sour cream
Soy products
Soy protein
Soy protein concentrate
Soy protein isolate
Soy sauce
Stilton cheese
Sulfites
Sweet n’ Low

Tea
Tenderized meats
Textured protein
Tyramine

Ultra-pasteurized items

Vegetable protein
Veggie burgers

Whey protein
Wild game

Yeast
Yeast extract
Yogurt

Information Provided by Dr. Michael Teixido, MD

Dr. Teixido is a board certified Otolaryngologist and Otologist/Neurotologist, with a special interest in medical and surgical conditions that affect hearing and balance. He is actively pursuing his goals of advancing the study and understanding of problems involving hearing and balance as a result of hereditary hearing conditions in his own family.  View Dr. Teixido's Full Bio

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