Foods to Help Migraine & Dizziness

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Key Questions
  • What is vestibular migraine?
  • What are some helpful tips for those with vestibular migraine?
  • What are common comorbidities with vestibular migraine?
  • How can caregivers of people with vestibular migraine be most helpful?
  • What are some lifestyle factors that can aid in migraine management?
  • What is the migraine diet?
  • Are there certain foods that are commonly thought to trigger migraine?
  • What are some helpful tips for starting a migraine diet or an elimination diet?
  • Are there any foods that might actually be beneficial to people with migraine?
  • What are some meal ideas for a migraine-friendly diet?
Interview Notes
Treatments Mentioned
  • Johns Hopkins migraine prevention diet
  • Migraine trigger elimination diet
  • Sleep
  • Vestibular therapy

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Alicia Wolf

Chef, Cookbook Author, & Advocate
The Dizzy Cook

Alicia Wolf is a cookbook author, recipe developer, and vestibular migraine advocate. She was diagnosed with chronic vestibular migraine in 2016. Originally a self-taught chef, she honed her skills by attending culinary immersion programs in Dallas, Texas; The Cook’s Atelier in Burgundy, France; and with Chef Lucia, a recipe developer for Chef Rocco DiSpirito. Alicia’s recipes have been featured by Yahoo!, Parade, mindbodygreen, and on local morning shows like Today and Good Morning Texas. She is a Vestibular Disorders Association Ambassador, and her advocacy work for vestibular migraine has been highlighted by Healthline, the American Migraine Foundation, Miles for Migraine, Self magazine, and Migraine Again.

Her first cookbook, The Dizzy Cook, was published in February 2020 and is an Amazon bestseller in the pain-management category. Her new cookbook, The Mediterranean Migraine Diet: A Science-Based Roadmap to Control Symptoms and Transform Brain Health, was created in partnership with her neurologist, Dr. Shin Beh. Both books are available almost everywhere books are sold.

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