Food sensitivity testing can relieve migraines

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Shrimps, peanuts and strawberries are all foods we know can cause serious, even deadly allergy attacks.

There are other foods that doctors say can also make us sick--they fall under "food sensitivities."

Celia Tuten suffered from debilitating migraines for years. Through food sensitivity testing at Vaughn Intergrative Medicine in Greensboro, she found she was "food sensitive" to wheat, dairy and eggs.

 

 

 

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