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When Healthy Eating Goes Too Far

Over the last few years - and not all at the same time might I add - I've excluded grains, dairy, eggs, seeds, nuts, nightshade fruits and vegetables, fruits, dried fruit, caffeine, chocolate, coffee, tea, sugar, lentils, licorice, beans and processed food from my diet. At times, I've also excluded meat and all animal products, seafood and fish, too. 
I followed the AIP diet to help heal my psoriasis, which got me about 90% of the way there. 
I followed a vegan diet because I didn't feel good eating fellow animals. 
In seven years I've been AIP, paleo, vegan, vegetarian, pescatarian, Mediterranean, primal, gluten free and all things inbetween. 
But a couple of months ago something changed. 
I had had enough. 
I was shoe shopping with my kids in town, when out of nowhere a foggy, sparkly, smack-in-the-back-of-the-head prodrome set in. I had none of my migraine tablets with me, but remembered my neurologist at the hospital mention that starchy, sugary foods might help me…

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