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Migraine Cookbook by Michele Sharp (2001-12-06)

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  • By Stephanie Weaver on June 4, 2015

    I have been reading and reviewing every single migraine-related cookbook available. This one was put out by the Migraine Association of Canada in 2001. Some of the material is a bit outdated. Most sources don't include seeds as a migraine trigger. The biggest problem I have with the book is that every other recipe includes a migraine trigger. Ones that they recognize. While I understand that following the diet is restrictive, I totally don't understand why you would include recipes in a cookbook with known triggers like onions and citrus. Not recommended for this reason.

  • By Christine M. Reed on November 19, 2009

    When I discovered my two year old was having migraines and could no longer have cheese, ham or hot dogs, I began the search for more information and other fun things for her to eat now that her favorite foods are taboo. The Migraine Cookbook has some great information about children's migraines, but the recipes aren't quite what I need for a little girl. They are great for adults. I wouldn't hesitate to recommend this book to anyone, but I'm still looking for a recipe book for my daughter.

  • By Guest on April 23, 2015

    Not exactly what I had expected, but still has some awesome recipes and descriptions in it!

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