Yeh, OP, have you considered a blood test? Or a food allergy test?
Tell me about ketosis, please.
I admire you optimism. But in reality when presenting with a migraine the OP will probably be fobbed off by his/her GP with iburofen and paracetamol. And when that doesn't work and/or get to the root cause of the problem be prescribed anti-depressants, as it is all clearly in the mind.
For over 30 years I've suffered from them at about 11 my GP tried to find the trigger point by sending me for various tests, that was 30 years ago so in my experience no they don't fob you off.
Thought some of you might find the following interesting, well written and easy to understand article on why the low fat paradigm is wrong (or at least not entirely right). For those more interested author is Gary Taubes and this was his 2002 NY Times piece some time before his Why We Get Fat book.
edit: on reading the posts I noted it interesting that many asked for evidence re keto diets yet no one asked for the evidence on low fat diets? evidence for the latter is most lacking of the two.Posted 8 months ago #
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