Migraine and cluster headaches: whatever the tag, the pain and the side effects are intense! In addition to traditional treatments, the following "superfoods" can help.
What are the superfoods? Well, they are not exactly accessories – although some subsidiary companies have begun to market the "superfoods" of different superfoods. Super consumption is defined as healthy foods or oils that contain exceptionally high-dose foods. People call them "super", partly because of their benefits, partly because of their origin. Most superfoods are not new; they are used by the mighty ancient cultures, and have only recently discovered the West again. Although some scholars and many crude foods have almost all health problems with superb regenerative and protective properties for virtually all health problems, this article focuses special attention on superfoods on migraines and / or cluster headaches.
Cacao (kuh-COW ): It is often marketed as raw cocoa or crude chocolate, this "gods' meal" actually became the monetary currency of the Silver Empire! Traditional wisdom tells migrants to avoid chocolate as the main nutrition. While some are sensitive to chocolate, most people actually respond to typical dairy products and refined sugar in the cooked chocolate bar. Raw cocoa, on the contrary, offers seven times as much antioxidant as the brewed version without the offensive milk and sugar. What's more important than migraines, raw cocoa contains one of the highest magnesium sources in any food. Magnesium works as a relaxing effect of calcium and helps balance brain chemistry. In fact, many migraine sufferers successfully remove headaches by consuming large amounts of magnesium supplements. Magnesium can also help PMS, another known trigger of migraine. In addition to magnesium, raw cocoa also offers caffeine (which appears to be less potent in the raw material). Some migraine people find that careful use of caffeine can reduce the headache before it becomes full blown. Most prescription migraine tablets contain some caffeine. From the nutrition point of view, raw cocoa surely beat Pepsi! If you know for sure that the chocolate will react, leave the raw cocoa, but otherwise it may be worth trying (fine). Add cocoa beans or powders to breakfasts or make raw meats by mixing coconut butter, raw agave nectar or honey and other supercoolers listed below. Like any new food, start small so you can watch your reactions.
Maca (MAH-kuh): The so-called "peruvian viagra", the pussy grows 14,000 feet in the Andes Mountains. Despite the fact that the Peruvian men were virile until the 80s, the maca actually functions as an adaptogen, ie equilibrates all the hormones. If someone has too much estrogen, maca reduces estrogen levels. If another person contains too little estrogen, the maca helps the body regain these levels to the optimal level. Maca also nourishes the adrenal glands, helping the body with some of the problems of stress that often cause cluster headaches and migraines. Maca grows in the most unpleasant conditions on earth but has learned to flourish where other plants die. The natives believe that the root supplies this strength and adaptability to those who consume it: "You are what you eat!" Aside from metaphysics, the high mineral content of the pussy, the B vitamins, the protein, the fatty acids and the plant sterols make it possible to rebuild the body where it is most needed – good news for those with headache stress or hormonal imbalance . The Maca is a bit like radish, so you do not want to add too much to sweet delicacies. However, it is a good mix of cocoa and I always use a morning glass of freshly pressed lemon juice in the water with about a teaspoon of maca. Lemon promotes the hidden sweetness of the maca, making a surprisingly zesty lemonade.
Hemp: No, it's not about marijuana, even though some people use cannabis for medical purposes. Alternative health food stores and many online stores can find wavy hemp products, hemp butter, hemp protein powder and hemp oil. Despite the fact that there is virtually no THC content (the psychoactive component of marijuana), the US government prohibits the sale of hemp seeds for germination, so you can only legally buy milled or hemp products, most of which comes from Canada. However, hemp has been revived in recent years, as people have re-discovered those old Europeans who had long known it. Hemp supports the immune system and contains edestinet, the simplest human assimilated protein – good news for those who respond to protein powder from soy or whey (whey). Hemp seeds, butter and oil also contain the perfect proportion of Omega 3 and Omega 6 fatty acids for equilibrium hormones and brain chemistry. In addition, the green color of hemp is derived from chlorophyll, which differs with only one hemoglobin. Chlorophyll-rich foods, such as hemp, wheat grass and leafy vegetables, purify the body, which in turn facilitates stress responses such as migraines and cluster headaches. Hemp protein powder is a little pebbly, but mushrooms, oil and seeds carry a delicate, slightly sweet feeling that is particularly well suited to raw cocoa and maca. Bulghur can also be substituted for bulgur wheat (a major migraine trigger for gluten) in foods such as tabulated hemp seed or hemp seed butter substituting another commonly used peanut butter.
Yerba Mate (YUR-BAH MAH – For those who know they have to kick the coffee habit but simply can not give up their sugar Joe, Yerba Mate offers a good substitute. Another mineral Yerba America dish, Yerba Mate is somewhat similar to coffee, but instead of exhausting the adrenal glands, it is fed with vitamin B, 15 amino acids, 11 polyphenols (such as green tea and red wine), which is more magnesium and chlorophyll. Mate's energy is derived from vitamin B, blood purifying properties, and component mateine. Unlike caffeine, the mateine rises without an accident, while some self-contained cafes today have a "mate lattes" or can bake tea at home. For the best results, warm, but do not boil the water, leave the tea steep for 5 minutes, then add creamy milk and essential oils such as peppermint dhat of raw cocoa powder and make your own liver. Yerba Mate fits well with sunshine, orange peel or traditional chai tea spices. A favorite of shamans, Yerba Mate offers a traditional nutritional alternative to coffee, as well as minerals and nutrients that support hormonal balance and alkalinity.
Briefly, these superfoods create minerals, huge nutrients and a small folklore. Drugs, instead of food, are gradually rebuilding and supporting the body instead of producing "quick fixes". If you want a holistic approach to managing migraine or cluster headaches and not responding to "newborn cures", you may want to explore some of the ancient culinary delights.