Migraine is a complex neurobiological disorder, affected by genetics, gender, and other health conditions. It’s under-researched and while there are treatments, there is currently no cure. What we do know is that nutrition/diet, health, and lifestyle play a role. Each person has a different pattern and potential triggers, but there is a lot we can do in terms of lifestyle shifts that help reduce inflammation, which can make it more likely for a migraine to occur.
The Migraine Relief Plan was born out of personal necessity, testing, and research. Managing inflammation by gradually adjusting our nutrition/diet and lifestyle is key. The Plan was developed with the input of panels of migraine sufferers, physicians, and a clinical nutritionist. All our initial testers saw some improvement (in some cases it was dramatic).
Since the book came out in 2017, I’ve heard from readers on a weekly basis that the book has changed their life. The book summarizes the causes, treatments, and recommended lifestyle shifts while providing resources like shopping lists, meal plans, symptom tracking charts, and more.