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    An_262555 posted:
    It takes a few times of eating certain foods to figure out what will cause a headache. For me it was some candies and some spices. I now trie to stay away from these and see if other items seem to bring one on.
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    nyheadache responded:
    Sugar in general can be a trigger. It is not as much spices as artificial flavors and colors and MSG, which is often disguised as "natural flavoring" or "hydrolyzed protein" and many other names.

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