The Migraine And Weather Connection – 3 Things To Know

There’s a common perception that weather systems, or changes in barometric pressure, are a strong migraine trigger.  In this episode, learn the 3 key things to know when it comes to the weather and migraine connection.  LINKS MENTIONED:  MIGRAI-NEVERLAND, our premier resource for those who want to find their pill free path to migraine freedom … Read moreThe Migraine And Weather Connection – 3 Things To Know

Is Tasty Food Really Bad For You?

This is how things are supposed to work: You’re a hunting and gathering human being, out in the wild. You come across a brightly colored but unfamiliar object dangling from a tree. It looks potentially edible. Is that good for me, you wonder? You take a tiny bite. It’s delicious. One of the best things … Read moreIs Tasty Food Really Bad For You?

The Spark and the Fuel

It’s no secret that migraines are a complicated beast. Were this not the case, they wouldn’t have so effectively thwarted modern medicines’ attempts to conquer them. This complexity includes the relationship between carbohydrates and migraines. As Migrai-Neverland member Cole recently stated: I think one of the bigger concepts of all this that I’ve been having a … Read moreThe Spark and the Fuel

How To End A Rebound Headache

First, let’s recap part one. Here are the 7 Warning Signs You’re Having Rebound Headaches: 1. Your headache is present upon awakening. 2. Your headache has become exquisitely sensitive to movement, or physical activity. 3. Your headache pain is more spread out than usual, and oftentimes seems to concentrate in the back of your head, towards the … Read moreHow To End A Rebound Headache

The Power of Thought: Why we should all be masters of mindfulness

A bride faints while reciting her wedding vows. A comedian vomits in the bathroom minutes before taking the stage in front of 10,000 fans. A hard-driving car salesman is stricken with a heart attack at the age of 51. What was the cause behind all of these events? Thoughts. (RELATED: Need help slaying the migraine … Read moreThe Power of Thought: Why we should all be masters of mindfulness

Road Trippin’ Migraine Free: How to navigate the roadside migraine minefield

Road Trippin Migraine Free

It’s that time of year. School is out, which means families from coast to coast will be packing their suitcases, loading up the rooftop carrier, and heading out for their summer vacation adventure. But danger lurks. Inside every gas station procured bag of Cheetos or drive-thru cheeseburger awaits a migraine ready to strike, ruining your … Read moreRoad Trippin’ Migraine Free: How to navigate the roadside migraine minefield

The Final Days of Sugar?

In a recent post, I discussed how the authorities in academia were finally (albeit begrudgingly) reversing their view on the fat and heart disease connection. For decades now, fat has been the nutritional whipping boy, blamed for all manner of modern ailments, while sugar has been allowed to skirt along under the radar undetected. It … Read moreThe Final Days of Sugar?

Ask Dr. T, Episode 1: “Aren’t there triggers in your recipes?”

Many of you have reached out to me over the cyberwaves with questions and comments about the book. Over time, I notice certain themes emerging. I figure if a few people are asking me the same type of thing, then there are bound to be other readers out there with similar concerns. And so, from … Read moreAsk Dr. T, Episode 1: “Aren’t there triggers in your recipes?”

How to Trigger a Migraine, Part 2: It’s an Elephant!

In part 1 of this series, I discussed the classic view of migraine triggers. This is important information for sure, and has helped a great many migraineurs over the years. But it’s not the whole story. As some of you may know, when I adopted an ancestral style diet four years ago, I didn’t expect … Read moreHow to Trigger a Migraine, Part 2: It’s an Elephant!

How to Trigger a Migraine, Part One: The Classic View

In my 3 part series on the nature of migraines, we covered the ins and outs of just what migraines are. To sum up, they’re a bizarre, excruciating, and masochistic phenomenon in which the brain hijacks its own pain sensing circuitry. But how does all of it get started to begin with? As most of … Read moreHow to Trigger a Migraine, Part One: The Classic View