Foods that cause headaches: Choose your cheese, wine, coffee and chocolate carefully
The last time I went to Mexico, I had to endure an excruciating headache. It started with a terrible headache on the jet. I’d been sitting there for over an hour trying to figure out what I had eaten and drinking a whole lot of soda. When my plane finally did land, I got up and walked through the terminal to find a taxi.
I got into the cab and tried to think of a reason why I’d be suffering a headache. I figured it out when I realized I was in fact in a cabbie’s mind. “Oh my God! This headache is SO bad I can’t even get past the first floor of the terminal!” I asked the cabbie.
“No, that’s not a headache, that’s a headache because of me,” he laughed.
It may not be as much fun as a trip to Mexico, but I’d rather have my head clear of whatever it is I have eaten, drunk or inhaled than to have it clear of whatever it is that’s caused my headache.
So whether you’re traveling or just relaxing on the couch, the best diet tips are to make an effort to eat the foods that actually cause headaches. When faced with a choice between the two, you’ll probably go with the headache.
Here are seven foods that cause headaches:
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