New HOPE for migraine sufferers [must-read]

Ask anyone who suffers from migraine headaches, and they’ll tell you how debilitating they can be.

The pain…  the nausea… the sensitivity to light… it’s basically a living nightmare.

I know, because I used to suffer with them.

Fortunately, a lifestyle approach helped me conquer recurring attacks. (I cleaned up my eating habits—and my health—by switching to a low-carb, Mediterranean-style diet like The Hamptons Diet.)

And now, research reveals yet another highly effective, natural solution

Nutritional factors are KEY

According to a new, cross-sectional study of more than 11,000 adults, zinc can significantly lower the risk of migraine attacks.

And it really didn’t take much to see a noticeable difference…

In fact, the highest level of dietary zinc in the study was just 15 mg or more per day, which was associated with a whopping 30 percent decrease in attacks.

(You can get zinc from sources like red meat, nuts, legumes, poultry, shellfish, and dark chocolate. Nutritious and tasty options, I might add.)

Even better, supplementing with between 19 and 38 mg of zinc daily translated to a 38 percent reduction. (Important reminder: Always take 1 mg of copper for every 30 mg of zinc you supplement with daily.)

Sadly, the recommended daily allowance (RDA) of zinc is 9.5 mg in men and 7 mg in women, which is way below the amount researchers linked to therapeutic effects.

In other words, this research highlights why nutritional factors—including proper intake of key vitamins and minerals—should NEVER be overlooked, especially in migraine patients.

Smart supplementation can help

I’m happy to see that mainstream scientists are looking deeper into natural solutions for migraine patients. And it doesn’t stop with zinc…

In fact, low magnesium levels are common in those with migraine headaches, too.

Yet another analysis found that vitamin B12 and magnesium supplementation in women, combined with high-intensity interval training (HIIT), helped combat inflammation and reduced migraine pain.

(I recommend 300 mg, twice daily, of magnesium for migraine relief and prevention.)

Not only that, but vitamin D may be another critical alley. Previous research linked just 50 mcg (2,000 IU) of vitamin D daily to reduced monthly headache days, attack duration, and more, compared to placebo.

At the end of the day, if you’re a victim of migraine headaches, please know that you don’t have to suffer… alone… in the dark. You also don’t have to turn to dangerous prescription or over-the-counter pain remedies.

In fact, I have many natural-yet-powerful combinations, which I’ve been prescribing with great success for decades. I outline everything you need to know in the November 2021 issue of my monthly Logical Health Alternatives newsletter (“Take control of crippling migraines—and reclaim your quality of life—without a single prescription drug”).

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“Does High Dietary Zinc Reduce Migraine Risk?” Medscape, 3/10/2023. (