Blood Sugar Management with Migraine

Why would you be concerned about managing your blood sugar levels with migraine??? Extreme highs and lows in blood sugar levels can be a migraine trigger for many people, making migraine management that much harder! So where do you even start with balancing your blood sugar levels? Let’s start with the basics– glucose (sugar) isContinue reading “Blood Sugar Management with Migraine”

Food Cravings and Migraine

Do you find yourself with intense cravings right before a migraine episode??? Food can sometimes feel like the center of migraine; cravings can signal the arrival of a migraine episode, certain foods can trigger an episode for some people, and other times food can give you the comfort that you need while in pain. FiguringContinue reading “Food Cravings and Migraine”

Practical Hunger for Migraine

Do you find yourself waking up with no appetite and not eating breakfast until you’re completely starving around 1 p.m??? This is a recipe for migraine episodes! Eating regularly throughout the day, especially in the morning, is an important part of long-term migraine management. You maybe thinking to yourself “Kelli, I’m NOT hungry in theContinue reading “Practical Hunger for Migraine”

Sleep Hygiene and Migraine

Do you always wake up bright and early to your first alarm clock, or are you someone who hits that snooze button repeatedly until 30 minutes before you have to leave??? I’ve been both of these people throughout my life, so no shame if you’re a snoozer! Sometimes with migraine your sleep schedule can beContinue reading “Sleep Hygiene and Migraine”

Histamine and Migraine

Do you get weird symptoms around your migraine episodes? I know finding the root causes of your out-of-control migraine can feel like a full time job. One of the first things that comes up when you google “why do I have migraine” is an endless list of possibilities (stress; anxiety; tension ; tiredness; poor-quality sleep;Continue reading “Histamine and Migraine”

Tracking Migraine

So your neurologist asked you to track your migraine episodes for a month before your first appointment– but where do you start? I hear ya sweet friends– tracking your migraine can feel like yet another thing to add to the never ending to-do list! While it’s difficult to figure out where to even begin, it is aContinue reading “Tracking Migraine”

Anti-Inflammatory Mocktail

Prep time: 5 minutes Total time: 10 minutes Difficulty: easy POV: It’s the weekend & you’re migraine free and thriving while sipping this Pear & Pomegranate mocktail with a few of your loved ones. 🥰 Ingredients Pear Juice Ginger Kombucha Pomegranate Seeds Lemons Fresh Rosemary Directions Take your pear juice, kombucha, pomegranates, and lemon juiceContinue reading “Anti-Inflammatory Mocktail”

Cucumber Watermelon Refresher

Prep time: 10 minutes Total time: 15 minutes Difficulty: easy Just in time for summer this cucumber, watermelon refresher drink is a perfect healthy companion for your summer pool and lake trips! Ingredients 16 oz Lime sparkling water 2 Cucumbers, sliced 1/4 Watermelon, diced 1 Lime, sliced Cubed ice, as desired Directions Dice watermelon, peelContinue reading “Cucumber Watermelon Refresher”

Migraine-Friendly Ginger Turmeric Tonic

Prep time: 5 minutes Cook time: 10 minutes Difficulty: moderate Serves: 3 The infamous ginger turmeric tonic! This drink is perfect to keep in the fridge for daily use and can help keep levels of inflammation low. Ginger and turmeric are both powerful antioxidants with the potential to lower pain levels, and this drink containsContinue reading “Migraine-Friendly Ginger Turmeric Tonic”

Master List of Migraine Research Articles

For those of you interested in learning more about migraine, the gut-brain connection, hormones, supplements, and more! How to look up an article – you can simply click on the url at the end of the citation (the “doi”) and google it! You can also try googling the article’s title. For best results, use https://scholar.google.com/Continue reading “Master List of Migraine Research Articles”