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11/3/12 12:53 A

I agree with the previous poster, could be sugar or caffeine withdrawals. Will go away soon. :) emoticon

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11/3/12 12:41 A

Could be sugar--I get a headache when I cut back. Also, if you were eating alot of chocolate it has caffeine. If the headaches continue be sure to check with your doc!

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11/2/12 1:18 P

Hi all,
Just finished week one of healthy eating and I noticed that whenever I start eating better after a couple of days I start getting really bad headaches. The last time I thought it was just a coincidence, but it happened again this time. I started eating well on Sunday and by Monday night I went to bed with a headache, got a bad headache mid day on Tuesday, and again on Wednesday and then again today (Friday). I take pain killers for it and it eases off.
I am not cutting any food out of my diet completely, just trying to make better choices, stay within my calorie range and cut back on junk food. I am not a coffee or soft drink drinker so caffeine isn't the problem. I am drinking more then my 8 glasses of water daily so it's not a dehydration issue.
Any suggestions?

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