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My final migraine food trigger found: tannins

ZomigMan at 08h27
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Jun
2013
My final migraine food trigger found: tannins

I do not post much here any more, but I thought I would post this info as it has been about 6 months after confirming that the vast majority of my migraines are triggered by tannins. For over a year I was trying to find the link between foods that caused my M's, like blueberries, almonds and other nuts, certain types of apples/apple cider, smoked meats (non-nitrated meats from my pellet smoker), certain types of read and white wines, red plums, dark [......]
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