Dietary Triggers and Daily Migraines

Dietary Triggers and Daily Migraines

Hey everyone,

I'm just wondering if anyone has any suggestions re: how to go about discovering dietary triggers given that I have almost daily migraines. I tried an elimination diet before and was able to stick to it exactly (I'm a perfectionist so I go about everything in a very systematic, detailed way).

The problem wasn't sticking to the diet but rather trying to determine if a particular food was a trigger. From what I understand, food can trigger [......]
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