Low carb diet is significantly helping my migraines

jwar at 02h30
Low carb diet is significantly helping my migraines

About 40 days ago I started doing P90X, which I'm sure some of you know is a pretty intense exercise/diet plan. Since I started my headaches have been a lot less frequent, much shorter and also less severe (though not eliminated - have a whopper right now in fact). It's hard to say how much of this is the diet/exercise versus how much is the Petadolex that I recently started taking, but I noticed an improvement very quickly after starting the [......]
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