Saturday, September 28, 2013

Help For Migraine Sufferers

She is 38 years old and has suffered debilitating migraine headaches her whole life.  She was bagging my groceries at Trader Joe's and she told her friend that she now weighs 117 pounds. It has been years since she weighed so little. She looked fabulous. {She was a short, small-boned woman.}

I asked her how she lost her weight. She said she lives on smoothies with all sorts of good things in it: organic fruits, greens, protein powder, etc.  She has also given up all alcohol.  Then she told me about her history with migraines.

She tried all the drugs given for migraines to try and help manage them. When she felt a migraine coming on, she would give herself a shot and lay down in a dark room. Since giving up all alcohol, gluten, and living on food the way God created, she has not had one migraine!

On an episode of Dr. Oz last year, there was a doctor who treats people with migraines. She said the first thing she recommends is they get off of all foods with gluten in them. The majority of people are cured from simply giving up gluten!

I have never had a migraine, headache YES, from my tumor and bad neck, but never a migraine.  So I thought I would share this with any of you who suffer from migraines in hopes that this may help.

Beloved, I pray that all may go well with you 
and that you may be in good health, as it goes well with your soul.
3 John 1:2

***Remember, I'm NOT a doctor. I'm just a homemaker who loves to research 
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