Before reaching the vestibular migraine diagnosis, I used to enjoy a fruit smoothie containing bananas, strawberries, and yogurt almost every day. Once I became aware of my dietary migraine triggers (bananas and yogurt being some of them), I reluctantly cut this delicious staple out of my diet. Nearly a year and a half later, I revisited the smoothie conundrum from a migraine-free standpoint, and am so SO happy with the results! This smoothie makes for a delicious snack, dessert, or breakfast option, and fills the sweet treat void. I hope you enjoy it! … Read More!
Note: Most store-bought chicken broths, bouillon cubes, etc. contain MSG. If your migraines are problematic or disabling, it may be best to make your own chicken broth. Making homemade broth is surprisingly easy and simple! [recipe title=”Homemade Chicken Broth” servings=”14-16 cups” time=”5+ hours” difficulty=”Easy-Medium”] Ingredients: 1 Chicken Carcass (Best to get a rotisserie/roasted chicken from grocery store and save the carcass) — Watch for added nitrates/nitrites, onion flavorings, and other migraine triggers in chicken 1 Shallot 2 Carrots 3-4 Cloves of Garlic 2 Stalks of Celery Salt & Pepper to Taste 14-16 cups of Water Directions: Place the chicken carcass … Read More
[recipe title=”Roasted Vegetables” servings=”4-6″ time=”35-40 minutes” difficulty=”Easy”] Ingredients: 1/8 cup Extra Virgin Olive Oil 1/4 tsp Paprika 1/4 tsp Garlic Powder Pinch of Cayenne Pepper 1/4 tsp Ground Red Pepper 1/2 tsp Salt 2 Large Red Bell Peppers, cut into wedges/slices 1 Large Green or Yellow Zucchini, cut into 1/4″ rounds 10-12 Carrots, cut lengthwise and halved 1 Small Egg Plant, cut into 1/4″ half-moons Cloves of 1 Garlic Directions: Line 2 baking sheets, preferably will a small lip, with foil. Use some olive oil or butter to grease sheets. Put cut vegetables into large bowl. Add olive oil, … Read More