An essential lifestyle guide to reducing headaches and other symptoms related to migraine, vertigo, and Meniere’s disease. Its “slow-approach” plan and more than 75 trigger-free recipes set readers up for success—even when they’re in pain.
In The Migraine Relief Plan, certified health and wellness coach Stephanie Weaver outlines a new, step-by-step lifestyle approach to reducing migraine frequency and severity.
Using the latest research, her own migraine diagnosis, and extensive testing, Weaver has designed an accessible plan to help those living with migraine, headaches, or Meniere’s disease. Over the course of eight weeks, the plan gradually transitions readers into a healthier lifestyle, including key behaviors such as regular sleep, trigger-free eating, gentle exercise, and relaxation techniques. The book also collects resources—shopping lists, meal plans, symptom tracking charts, and kitchen-tested recipes for breakfast, lunch, snacks, and dinner—to provide readers with the tools they need to be successful.
The Migraine Relief Plan encourages readers to eat within the guidelines while still helping them follow personal dietary choices, like vegan or Paleo, and navigate challenges, such as parties, work, and travel. A must-have resource for anyone who lives with head pain, this book will inspire you to rethink your attitude toward health and wellness.
The Migraine Relief Plan is available in ebook and paperback now. You can purchase your copy using the link below.
I’ve suffered from headaches most of my life and, though apparently they aren’t bad enough to be called migraines, I’ve often been told that diet can help ease them. I was therefore quite intrigued to read this book.
Firstly this book is very easy to read and the advice is easy to follow. The author includes a comprehensive list of foods that should be avoided which was very interesting as I’d only ever been told about three (cheese, chocolate and citrus fruits) before.
With three children I find it quite hard to find time to cook so although I haven’t tried any of the recipes included in the book they all sound quite yummy! They seemed to need a bit if preparation so I think they would require a bit of time to create.
I read an ebook copy of this book and whilst I found it fine to read I think this is the type of book which would be better as a paperback copy as I think it would be easier to find sections quicker.
Huge thanks to Rachel from Rachel’s Random resources for inviting me onto the blog tour and for my copy of this book which I received in exchange for an honest review.
About The Author:
Stephanie Weaver, M.P.H. is an author, blogger, and certified wellness and health coach. She has a Master of Public Health in Nutrition Education from the University of Illinois. Her recipes have been featured in Cosmopolitan, Bon Appétit, Cooking Light, Parade, and more. She lives in San Diego.