Recipes on this site are tagged for a variety of special dietary needs
Low in processed sugar
Recipe is gluten-free/casein-free and is suitable for celiacs, gluten-sensitive eaters, and children on the autism spectrum whose families are following the GFCF diet.
Recipe has been analyzed using MyFitnessPal.com and contains less than 140 mg sodium per serving
I keep my sodium intake between 1000-1200 mg / day which has greatly improved my Meniere’s symptoms.
Recipe follows low-tyramine list published by the National Headache Foundation July 2010, and is suitable for anyone following the low-tyramine diet (migraine patients and patients following MAOI diet).
Recipe follows the guidelines set out in Heal Your Headache by David Buchholz, M.D., plus is gluten-free, completely sugar-free (may contain stevia only), follows modified paleo principles, and has no salt added. The Buchholz diet removes all known migraine triggers, based on his experience of three decades with migraine patients. He recommends following it for at least four months before introducing favorite triggers. Please follow any special notes in the recipe for migraine diets.
Recipe follows general paleo/ancestral diet principles: full-fat organic dairy products, local eggs, pastured meats, wild-caught fish, no grains, no sugar.
I personally include quinoa, millet, teff, and amaranth because they are pseudo-cereals and high in protein, and beans as allowed on the migraine diet.