Suffering from Migraines?
Feeling tired, bloated, achy or run down?
Is Your Food Making You Sick?
You may have food sensitivities and not know it. Frequent headaches or migraines, chronic digestive problems like IBS, chronic fatigue, and a number of other common health complaints can often be caused by reactions to the foods and chemicals in our diet. For those who want to feel better there is a simple and very effective treatment plan for food sensitivity related illness.
LEAP or Lifestyle Eating and Performance is a program that will help you overcome any food sensitivity problems you might have. Here’s how:
- LEAP allows you to quickly identify what foods, additives, and chemicals are likely provoking your symptoms, and, more importantly, which foods have the highest probability of being safe.
- LEAP uses a patented, proven blood test named MRT (Mediator Release Test) to isolate a safe foods diet for you. MRT eliminates the guesswork to give you definitive answers.
- Once the test is performed, an eating plan is developed and tailored to the needs of each individual client. You will be assisted by Angela Moore, MS, RD a certified LEAP therapist to implement your new eating plan.
The LEAP program has helped thousands of IBS, Migraine, Fibromyalgia and other food sensitive clients quickly overcome their food sensitvities and find lasting relief, even to the point of feeling completely healthy again after years of suffering. All without the ongoing cost and potential side effects of prescription medicine that never even address the underlying root of the illness. In fact, most patients see marked improvements within 1-2 weeks on the program.
Call Angela Moore, MS, RD at 720-201-1128 or email at email@example.com
for current pricing for the MRT test and nutritional consultations.
Food Migraine Triggers and &
Food Additive Migraine Triggers
You may have food sensivities and not know it. Frequent headaches, chronic digestive problems and fatigue, and a number of other common health complaints can often be caused by reactions to the foods and chemicals in our diet. Click here to learn more about MRT and LEAP
Food: alcohol (especially red wine), caffeinated beverages, nuts, nitrite/nitrate-preserved foods (hot dogs, pepperoni), smoked or pickled foods can be food migraine triggers. Also, smells and intesnse odors can be migraine triggers. Mediator Release Testing may help identify foods particular to your migraines. Click here to learn more!!
Stress: migraine attacks often occur after stress - especially on weekends and holidays. Many people mistake these as tension headaches.
Light: strong or glaring light. Flickering lights from TV or computer screen, strobe or laser lights, or reflections.
Weather Changes: high humidity, atmospheric pressure changes, rapid temperature fluctuations, and exposure to extreme heat or cold may bring on migraine attacks. Many people mistake these for "sinus headaches."
Changes in sleeping habits: too little, or more often, too much sleep can trigger migraines.
Dieting/hunger: any change in eating habits, missed meals, change in schedule or dieting. These are related to food migraine triggers.
Loud noises/sounds: sudden or prolonged loud noises can be migraine triggers.
Motion/travel: reaction to motion sickness.
Caffeine: having more (and sometimes even having less) caffeine than you are used to can be a food migraine trigger.
Hormonal Fluctuations: the frequency of women's migraines is sometimes said to be related to hormonal fluctuation, particularly with regard to estrogen. In many women, migraines begin just prior to, or during, their monthly menstrual period, or during treatment with hormone therapy such as birth control pills or estrogen replacement