Food Additives That Trigger Headaches and Their Remedies

Headaches are generally a pain in the nerves and muscles of the head and neck, and among them, migraines last longer with much more physical effects. The pain from migraines leads to vomiting, nausea, and sensitivity to light and sounds. There are countless headache triggers such as stress, sleep pattern changes, bright lights, the weather that can take you out of charge. Many causes or triggers are not always under our control, and the causes of headaches can differ from person to person. 

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What About Canned Fruit?

Food cans used to be soldered with lead compounds—so much so that people living off of canned food may have died from lead poisoning. Thankfully, this is no longer a problem in the United States.

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Man in facemask holds his temples demonstrating a headache
01/22/2021
Headaches are generally a pain in the nerves and muscles of the head and neck, and among them, migraines last longer with much more physical effects. The pain from migraines leads to vomiting, nausea... read more
Close up of hands using can opener to open food can
08/30/2019
Food cans used to be soldered with lead compounds—so much so that people living off of canned food may have died from lead poisoning. Thankfully, this is no longer a problem in... read more
Man in facemask holds his temples demonstrating a headache
01/22/2021
Headaches are generally a pain in the nerves and muscles of the head and neck, and among them, migraines last longer with much more physical effects. The pain from migraines leads to vomiting, nausea... read more
Close up of hands using can opener to open food can
08/30/2019
Food cans used to be soldered with lead compounds—so much so that people living off of canned food may have died from lead poisoning. Thankfully, this is no longer a problem in... read more