Fighting Uncontrollable Migraines

Tammy suffered from debilitating migraines until she began making NutriBlast smoothies. Now, months later, she's lost weight and her migraine pain and sensitivity have drastically lessened. Congratulations, Tammy! Keep up the good work!

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Comment by egonza48
January 23, 2014
Can someone with diabetes tell me which blasts are good?
Comment by migrainemarty
December 09, 2013
at 50 years of age im tired of suffering. need to find a cure. When it lays you up for three days you just want to crawl under a rock and die.
Comment by Krista Haynes.
September 18, 2013
Migraines are tricky in that there are different triggers for each person. First, be sure that there are not particular foods you are eating that spark the pain (dairy, wheat, citrus, caffeine, artificial sweeteners, chocolate, tannins in red wine, cheese, and nightshade veggies are a few examples of common culprits). Some nutrients, such as magnesium, calcium, and fiber can be used to relieve migraine symptoms by restoring the natural balance of brain chemistry. Some good ingredients to throw in your NutriBlast include beets, leafy greens, ginger, pumpkin seeds, flax seeds/flaxmeal, and some blackberries and/or blueberries. Top it with some calcium-rich almond milk to the MAX LINE and blast for migraine relief! Be sure to clear any alternative treatments with your doctor before beginning.
Comment by littlefeets63
September 18, 2013
Can you tell us which blasts did you use? I too suffer from several migraines a month and need some relief. Thanks S. Osborne
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