I have failed to find any food triggers for my MAV and sometimess feel a bit envious of those of you who are convinced particular foods are triggers. The theory appears to be that a food intoleance may masquerade as an addiction, hence the thing with coffee - seems to 'cure' a headache but if you leave it out you get a biggie.
I'm wondering whether because us MAVers (or rather our nervous systems) like the status quo, giving up a food substance basically is a change, and therefore rocks the boat, and therefore we think 'ah, trigger!', when in fact it's the change in diet rather than the withdrawal of the actual item which is the trigger. It's just a thought, and I'm probably easily persuaded otherwise. Everything interacts anyway. Coffee premenstrually may be a no-no, coffee otherwise may be ok. Cheese may be bad when the barometric pressure changes. Red wine under fluorescent lights. Eating MSG-filled snack while watching 3D movie...
Too many variables for me.
A dizzy izzy who's fed up with endlessly searching for triggers. The only certain trigger is being alive.