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Eat to Beat   Migraines


This gluten-free seed is packed with nutrients proven to lower risk of migraines, including riboflavin, magnesium and iron. The high iron content of 1 cup cooked quinoa – 15% of the daily value (DV) – can protect against anemia, which has been associated with migraines. And it has sizable quantities of folate, a B vitamin shown to reduce migraine frequency in female migraine sufferers.

Toss cooked quinoa with chopped

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