Curt Hendrix, creator of MigreLief, is interviewed on Lifetime’s Balancing Act.
Mr. Hendrix discusses causes and treatment of migraines, especially as related to women who suffer from migraine headaches.
More than 30 million people in the US suffer from migraines, and more than three-quarters are women. The key is not to treat the symptoms, but prevent the severe headaches from ever forming. We’ll show you how to do it naturally. Watch The Balancing Act interview below.
Nutrition Expert Joy Bauer, MS, RD, CDN, often appears on NBC’s Today Show, CBNTV: The Joy 700 Club as well as Inside Edition and LXTV/NBC and is recognized nationally as a leading authority on health and nutrition. Joy is responsible for building one of the largest nutrition-counseling practices in the country. Located in both New York City and Westchester, Joy Bauer Nutrition provides medically sound dietary evaluations and interventions for adults and children for a wide range of diet and health issues.
Excerpt from “FOOD CURES” —
Migraines and Supplements
MigreLief. This supplement is a patented formulation designed specifically for people with migraines. Just two capsules a day — one in the morning and one at night — contain 360 mg of magnesium, 400 mg of riboflavin, and 100 mg of a specific form of the herb feverfew, which has been used for centuries to treat headaches. You should note that this supplement may cause diarrhea in some people. MigreLief should not be taken by anyone taking potassium-sparing diuretics, by anyone with renal failure, or by women who are pregnant or nursing. Just to prevent an unexpected shock: At these dosages, riboflavin will turn urine a bright fluorescent yellow. (But it isn’t dangerous, just colorful!)