Science Rediscovered What My Book (2 years old) is All About!

Greetings migraineurs!

I thank science for now discovering what I have already published in my book 2 years ago and which many migraineurs I treat have been using for 2 years, preventing and averting their migraines and sleeping like a log already (this article is only part of what I do for migraine prevention). I suppose later is better than never!

So if you have migraines or know someone who does, send them my book and send them my way! They can make an appointment with me using the contact form.

Pain-free life is great! Let them know it is possible!

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Salt in Water & Lemon Juice? Nope!

The Wrong Treatment

Lately I see many websites popping up referencing an article I wrote (this site apparently is down till the 21st of March as it is migrated to a new site) about two years ago, distorting it to the point that drinking the kind of hydration they recommend can actually be harmful. One of these sites is here that is actually linking directly to my article as if what is in their article is what is in mine but that is wrong.

Lately so many articles are popping up with the wrong information that I though it is important to write the correct information so that migraineurs don’t get hurt. It is also important to make sure that a well-intended article is not allowed to be twisted to bits and made fake.

So first, I discuss the importance of hydration; next why salt and why not just salt; why not a ton of salt; and finally why not lemon.

The Importance of Hydration

Hydration is elementary for our body. On average, a man’s body is about 70% water and a woman’s body is about 55%. The difference comes from the amount of fat a female body contains when it is healthy, which is much more than men have. Obviously not everyone fits the mold so the amount of water is somewhere between 55% and 70% for most everyone. This means that if we grab an average 140 lbs female, her water will weigh minimum 77 lbs. That is a lot of water. A man who may weigh 160 lbs, his water weighs approximately 112 lbs. So when we talk about water, you know we really are talking about the most important substance in your body. However water does not do anything in the body without help from various minerals, such as sodium chloride (salt), potassium, etc. In other words, water is used to create electrolyte. It is not meant to be just going into your body by entering through your mouth and come out the other end in 10 minutes. It also isn’t supposed to be clear water-color and transparent as some TV doctor suggested on his show because of which many people aim at completely clear urine.  That is wrong. That means the water you drank did not do anything in your body.

Possible causes for clear light urine color:

  • You are drinking too much water
  • You are eating too much carbs
  • You are not eating a balanced potassium and sodium mix
  • Your kidneys are in trouble
  • You have diabetes type 2
  • You urinate too often
  • You are taking diuretics and/or medicines

Possible causes for dark urine color:

  • You are drinking too little water
  • Your kidneys are in trouble
  • You are urinating too seldom
  • You are severely dehydrated by tea, alcohol, or medicines

The proper urine color is transparent yellow. Unfortunately those of you taking vitamins will have a hard time checking the true color. But if you deviate much from the healthy color, it is time to consider revising your hydration.

Why Salt & Why Not Just Salt?

Salt is a great element without which there is no life. A person’s body is filled with several lbs of salt. We lose salt as we breathe, sweat, talk, etc. It is lost together with water. We also urinate it out so it needs to be replaced. We cannot make salt but we are made of salt water so we must eat salt. Salt creates the type of voltage cells use to generate action potential for the brain and the heart and other cells. It is especially critical for both the brain and the heart,

Action potential changes the shape of the cell’s membrane to allow voltage gated pumps to open and close. Resting potential is when the cell is “charging up” for the next action potential. Action and resting potentials are powered by the substances in electrolyte. Salt, a key electrolyte mineral, breaks up in the body into ions of sodium (Na+) and chloride (Cl) and they must remain mobile. Sodium moves out of the cells in exchange of potassium (K+) moving in; potassium is another key substance in electrolyte. Thus eating salt is not enough. A proper brain needs salt and potassium and a lot of other minerals, collectively found in the electrolyte, that generate voltage and transport nutrients into the cells and toxins out of the cells.

Why is that important for migraineurs?

Migraine is not an illness but a condition in which the brain is fighting an inability to generate action potential. This is shown in the scanner as cortical depression–these are regions of zero electrical activity. A migraine brain is anatomically different from a non-migraine brain. The original Stanton Migraine Protocol® teaches you how to ensure proper voltage supply for your brain at all times, preventing the formation of cortical depression regions. Since electrolytes are important in the prevention of such regions, the entire spectrum of elements in electrolytes are important to maintain. Dumping a bunch of salt into a glass of water with some lemon will not help in creating proper electrolyte. Drinking electrolyte water types sold in stores will also not provide proper electrolyte balance. Migraine brain is so different from other brains that keeping electrolyte in balance requires a lot more than adding salt to water; other things are also important. These are discussed in the Stanton Migraine Protocol® extensively.

Why Not A Ton Of Salt?

Salt is great but it needs to have proper balance with potassium. Add too much salt without enough potassium and  exchange of sodium (from inside the cells to the outside) is not possible and thus no old (used) water can be released by your cells and it cannot be replaced with fresh water either so the water runs past your cells.

This can cause toxicity to the cells. This also causes the water to be urinated out within 10 minutes from your drinking it, because all your cells are fully saturated and cannot let more water in. Thus too much salt can prevent hydration! The articles that mention “migraine cure” by drinking salt water with lemon juice recommend 2 teaspoons of salt in a glass of water–here is an example–and there are many more out there with the same message. That much salt is twice the USDA recommended daily maximum! It can seriously hurt you. 

Why Not Lemon?

Lemon is a great fruit. It is a fruit that has sugar and very little potassium. It does not taste sweet (nor do many alcohols or vinegar that are also sugar) but it is sugar. An average lemon has 3.2 grams of carbs in its juice and since 4 grams of carbs is equal to a teaspoon of sugar, a lemon is almost a teaspoon of sugar. You may not think much of that but one of the key reasons migraines hit is because of sugar. Why this is happening is explained in the Stanton Migraine Protocol®. Thus drinking a migraine-causing sugary drink with a tremendous amount of oversupply of salt and with way too little potassium (a wedge of lemon has only 6 mg potassium) will do only one thing: make you throw up, as it happened so far with all who tried it among those who joined my program for migraine prevention and treatment.

For reference, the USDA RDA (recommended daily allowance) for sodium is between 1500 mg and 2400 mg sodium (2400 mg is 1 teaspoon) based on age and health and between 3500 mg and 4700 mg potassium. Migraineurs have different energy need because of their highly over sensitized brains with more sensory neuron receptor connections. Migraine-brains use more voltage. With the numerous articles on the internet recommending 2 teaspoons of salt in water and a wedge of lemon, they mix 4800 mg sodium and 6 mg potassium. Compare that to the USDA RDA. The the Stanton Migraine Protocol® uses slightly different ratio compared with the USDA but not by much. The Stanton Migraine Protocol® uses other knowledge to prevent migraine and not salt and lemon. The the Stanton Migraine Protocol® in not a salt protocol by any stretch of the imagination. 

If you have migraines or know someone who does, please advise them to not drink the toxic mixture of 2 teaspoons of salt and lemon in water because it may hurt them! Please share to be sure that those who are inclined to try, do not! And though many places refer to this mix as the Stanton Migraine Protocol®, it has nothing to do with the Stanton Migraine Protocol® so please avoid!

Thank you for your help!! Please share!

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Grains and the Stanton Migraine Protocol®


I published  Those Evil Grains: Gluten Free Versus Grain Free that you really should read. Eating gluten free can be worse for your health and migraines than eating gluten, provided you are not a Celiac. However, eating grain free can be a life (and migraine) saver! Although the article is not tailored to migraineurs, I am amending it here now so you can see the connection.


Grains are high in carbohydrates and if you are on the Stanton Migraine Protocol® then you know that carbohydrates are trouble for migraineurs. If you are not yet part of the followers of the Stanton Migraine Protocol® then you should be! It teaches you how to prevent migraines. Grains have a role in migraines though not every migraineur needs to go grain free. Grains have extremely high carbohydrates plus they interfere with nutrient absorption, causing a double whammy for everyone, in general, and particularly for migraineurs. Please note I am not talking gluten free but grain free. To find out the difference, read the article, because there is quite a bit of confusion out there today!

Read the article and see how it may change your life! And then contact me to improve your health and get rid of your migraines for life.

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How To Beat Migraine Using the Stanton Migraine Protocol®

Can migraine be beat without medicines?

You bet.

I have been updating the testimonials page as I get them as often as I can. This time I am creating a little blog around a testimonial I received today to provide a bit of guidance to those who are not decided on what to do about their migraines.

Here is the original testimonial–I removed private information:

This is a summary of the number of days with migraines that I have had the last 8 years. I have no records from before. I found Angela in August 2014. Before that, I was getting worse and worse, year after year. In 2015 I decreased my migraines more than a 60% from 2013. I’ve been migraine free for 25 days a few times. That is my record so far. I reduced my painkillers intake dramatically to none or only 1 if the pain is too hard.
It might sound still poor for some of you that have been 100% successful. However I am very pleased with myself since I come from more than 20 years of dehydration, just peeing straight away [crystal] clear all the water that I was drinking, without realizing that I was making more damage than benefit while I was following the advise of “drink water to hydrate your body” that all doctors tell you. It’s amazing that nobody explains the right way to hydrate your body. It should be a subject at school to prevent all kind of diseases and health problems.


I am also including a calendar that the migraineur posted so you can see the trend of migraines over the years and since she has started the Stanton Migraine Protocol®

Migraine chart

Migraine chart

As you can see, we have here a person who has been meticulously charting her progress over 7 years and is now starting the 8th year. Note that she met me in 2014 when my book published so she was not able to fully apply all knowledge yet but she started. Note the sharp reductions in migraines from 2013 through 1015; since 2016 just started, obviously that does not count.

I must add that migraineurs who join my process of Stanton Migraine Protocol®  become migraine free over time (no, it cannot happen overnight!) and as they become migraine free, they also stop all their medications. This migraineur is not yet fully migraine free but has already stopped all her migraine medications and is only taking an OTC pain-killer when it is an absolute must.

For those who never took preventive medicines, or took them only for a very short time, recover fast–most within weeks and in general 2-4 months. Those who take preventive medicines every day, take longer to recover because many of the preventives block the process of recovery so we need to compensate. We need to allow them to reduce medications slowly and stop them. Some of the preventives can take a year or more to reduce in full and though “not addictive” is what is said, they are actually very addictive. The politically correct term is “discontinuation syndrome” which means “addicted to the teeth”. Once the migraineur is no longer on any migraine medicines that interfere with the treatment, recovery is very fast.

If you have any questions, please send me a note. Join the medicine free movement–oh and I did not mention: this is also an herbs free and supplement free method that is based on my book , two published academic journal articles (one, two) and on the Stanton Migraine Protocol®.

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New Journal Article Published on the Stanton Migraine Protocol


An article I wrote is in “Article in press” publishing on December 1st. Title “Migraine Cause and Treatment” in the Journal of Mental Health in Family Medicine.


Migraine Cause and Treatment

Background: Research shows that migraine brains have hyperactive sensory organs and multiple sensory receptor connections. Hyper activity of these organs needs extra supply of nutrition to support increased electrical activity. Today’s medicines reduce or prevent the functioning of these neurons by blocking essential voltage dependent calcium or sodium channel instead of providing nutrients. We asked: if we provide support for extra electrical activity of migraineurs, would it prevent migraines without the use of medicines?

Methods: We reviewed published literature and conducted research over 6 months studying 650 volunteer migraineurs in a migraine-research Facebook group. Participants were screened for migraine types, answered a questionnaire on medical conditions, medicines used, and lifestyle. They were provided instructions on the use of the migraine protocol and were evaluated weekly.

Findings: Migraine frequency appears to be exacerbated by carbohydrate-rich and salt- and water-poor diets and may be worsened by medicines that block voltage gated calcium or sodium channels. Stopping these medicines, reducing carbohydrates and increasing saline in electrolytes appears to prevent and/or stop migraines.

Conclusions: H2O and Na+ efflux from cells caused by glucose, electrolyte mineral (Na+, Cl, K+) ratio may be disrupted in carbohydrate heavy diets causing migraines. Changes to diet that include increased salt intake along with reduced carbohydrate intake appears to prevent glucose induced electrolyte changes which then decreases migraine frequency. In the present study, all participants who made these dietary changes were able to eliminate migraine medications and remained migraine free.

Enjoy reading the full article! I hope to elicit more than usual turmoil since this article goes against all conventional migraine treatments but it actually works and there are no medicines involved. 🙂

Comments are welcome as always!


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Do We Need Pain Killers?

Before you take your next pain killer you need to read this!

I wanted to post a little abstract here–hard language but the title tells it all. It is not an open article so I cannot share it but I can write up a summary on it if you all are interested. The title tells it all:

“Decrease of Gray Matter Volume in the Midbrain is Associated with Treatment Response in Medication-Overuse Headache: Possible Influence of Orbitofrontal Cortex”
Franz Riederer1, Andreas R. Gantenbein1, Marvin Marti1, Roger Luechinger2, Spyridon Kollias3, and Peter S. Sándor1,4
The Journal of Neuroscience, 25 September 2013, 33(39): 15343-15349; doi: 10.1523/JNEUROSCI.3804-12.2013

******So.. medication overuse causes permanent damage!*****

Here is the abstract:

“Patients with chronic daily headache and overuse of analgesics, triptans, or other acute headache compounds, are considered to suffer from medication-overuse headache (MOH). This implies that medication overuse is the cause of headache chronification. It remains a key question why only two-thirds of patients with chronic migraine-like headache and overuse of pain medication improve after detoxification, whereas the remainder continue to have chronic headache. In the present longitudinal MRI study, we used voxel-based morphometry to investigate gray matter changes related to medication withdrawal in a group of humans with MOH. As a main result, we found that only patients with significant clinical improvement showed a significant decrease of previously increased gray matter in the midbrain including periaqueductal gray matter and nucleus cuneiformis, whereas patients without improvement did not. Patients without treatment response had less gray matter in the orbitofrontal cortex. Another striking result is the correlation of treatment response with the amount of orbitofrontal gray matter. Thus, we demonstrate adaptive gray matter changes within the pain modulatory system in patients with MOH who responded to detoxification, probably reflecting neuronal plasticity. Decreased gray matter in the orbitofrontal cortex at baseline may be predictive of poor response to treatment.”

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Medicines Used for Migraines & Depression

Are Medicines Needed? 

Migraines and depression are considered to be neurological diseases though some treat them as mental illnesses with the associated stigma [1, 2]. Both migraines and depression are energy crisis and can be stopped by voltage applied to specific brain regions in trouble[3-6, 9]. The cause is seen in scanners [1, 10]: dormant regions that have no observable electrical activity. When electrical stimulation is applied to a dormant brain region, it regains its function. Crucially for migraines, it has been demonstrated that a dormant area is shocked by a wave of electricity generated by the brain itself. This is called cortical spreading depression, which energizes the area to create action potential again [11-14]. This wave of energy reaches the meninges where pain sensory neurons are located [14] so migraine pain is caused by this wave of energy.

Similarly to how a cardiac arrest does not always get the heart to continue beating again, the electric shock of generated by the brain may not awaken the dormant regions either. Energy for proper functioning of both heart or brain must be created from something. To continue voltage generation after the shock, minerals have to be ready and waiting.

One can only drive a car on fumes for so long. Interestingly we understand this very well when it comes to our cars but we forget it when it comes to our body. Energy for our body is generated from what we eat and drink. The energy is carried to the cells by electrolytes. Electrolytes are water mixed with vital nutrients. Electrolytes take up 55%-70% of our body per gender and age with salt about 9 grams per liter. Brain regions that lack important nutrients will not function.

We understand that brain regions starved from energy are not able to generate action potential and cause abnormal synaptic transmissions [15, 16] (synaptic transmission is how neurons communicate). Yet rather than restocking the brain with nutrients, currently we use a medicinal route of some form of serotonin medicine, such as triptans or serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs or SNRIs). Unlucky migraineurs and depression patients (as well as fibromyalgia, bipolar, chronic fatigue and a host of other conditions) also receive voltage dependent calcium channel blocker medicines, one of which I tore apart in my last article. Given that these medications are so often prescribed, one would think that they actually work. But do they?

These medications don’t actually work for depression in over 70% of the time. And for migraines? Well, that is another story as I am about to discuss.  It is also important to note that where energy is needed, medicines that block energy actually work against recovery and dull the brain, using symptom management instead of prevention or treatment.

Why Triptans and SSRIs/SNRIs are Hit or Miss for Migraines

Serotonin for migraines sometimes works and sometimes it does not. Regardless if it works or not, it comes with tremendous side effects, often causing depression, violence, and fatalities. The Stanton Migraine ProtocolTM has treated thousands of migraineurs over the years and the statistics show that 80% initially take some serotonin preventive, usually an SSRI or SNRI, and also need abortives, such as triptans, and even after that they still have migraines! Not only does this show that serotonin does not work but also that there is a very dangerous practice of “more is better,” which may be followed by fatal consequences, such as serotonin syndrome.

Medicines given to migraineurs, by blocking all possible energizing channels, block the inflow of nutrients and the outflow of toxins.

Does Serotonin Make Any Sense At All for Migranes?

A brain region that is not able to generate action potential, as shown, serotonin is not the energizer. It is possible that the particular region that cannot generate energy happens to be responsible for serotonin production, in which case adding serotonin will indeed take the pain away. Taking serotonin is a band-aid and will not treat the cause of not having enough energy.

During deep brain stimulation of conscious humans, they were able to explain what they felt and how their depression lifted during the procedure [4-6, 17]. Since migraine shows the exact same patter and deep brain stimulation also works for them, though they were never made to talk and explain their stories while under procedure, they did improve and their pain went away.  It all sounds so simple since we know what generates action potential in the brain: salt.

So why do patients keep on getting serotonin medications knowing that serotonin has absolutely nothing to do with migraines? This is a great question that I would like to ask many physicians! Habits are hard to break but eventually they must!

There is a small chance that triptans or SSRIs may work for your migraines (30% or less) but it is 100%  certain that adverse effects will cause enough problems that will prevent your brain from working properly. In the long run, these drugs cause permanent damage–I have seen that happen.

Instead of popping the  next pill, learn what migraines are and learn how simple it is to prevent them. Since migraines and depression have the same cause as seen in the scanners, why not try the same solution for depression as well?

Join the movement for healthy life without medicines. Contact us for the solution!


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  2. Young, W.B., et al., The Stigma of Migraine. PLoS ONE, 2013. 8(1): p. e54074.
  3. Holtzheimer, P.E., et al., Subcallosal Cingulate Deep Brain Stimulation for Treatment-Resistant Unipolar and Bipolar Depression. Jama Psychiatry, 2012: p. 150-158.
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  15. Pietrobon, D., Insights into migraine mechanisms and Ca(V)2.1 calcium channel function from mouse models of familial hemiplegic migraine. The Journal of Physiology, 2010. 588(Pt 11): p. 1871-1878.
  16. Vecchia, D., et al., Abnormal cortical synaptic transmission in CaV2.1 knockin mice with the S218L missense mutation which causes a severe familial hemiplegic migraine syndrome in humans. Front. Cell. Neurosci., 2015: p. epub ahead of print.
  17. Lozano, M. and N. Lipsman, Probing and regulating dysfunctional circuits using deep brain stimulation, inNeuron. 2013. p. 406-24.

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Welcome to Stanton Migraine Protocol Website!

We are booking up very fast! We can only take on a certain number of clients at the time. Please contact us for scheduling!

The Stanton Migraine Protocol® is a specifically custom tailored protocol for each migraineur to become pain-free. It involves several steps that a migraineur has to take to become migraine free with the guidance of a highly qualified expert.

The Stanton Migraine Protocol® is a package that starts by reading the book

Fighting The Migraine Epidemic: How To Treat and Prevent Migraines Without Medicines - An Insider's View

Fighting The Migraine Epidemic: How To Treat and Prevent Migraines Without Medicines – An Insider’s View

written by Angela A. Stanton, Ph.D. The book is available in in e-book and paperback for all platforms worldwide. It introduces the cause of migraine and the base on which the protocol stands but the book does not incorporate the protocol itself.

As part of the migraine nutritional program, I also recommend the use of an electrolyte and a magnesium supplement, both are necessary for electrolyte homeostasis.

Health by Principle

Health by Principle

Although I designed both products to what the Stanton Migraine Protocol® requires to be supported, I am not financially affiliated with the company that sells them and receive no monetary reward from advertising the products. By no means are these products preferable over other similar products, with the exception that this is the only electrolyte supplement in the market with iodine and the only magnesium supplement with 4 different elemental magnesium types (citrate, malate, glycinate and taurate) in a capsule size you can actually swallow.

Because the electrolyte supplement has iodine, please do not use if you have Hashimoto’s or Grave’s disease! For the proper use of the electrolyte supplement for migraine prevention and as an abortive, please contact me for more help below using the contact form. Clients receive a discount code! If you are my client, please contact me for your discount code!

Thousands of people use the Stanton Migraine Protocol® all over the world successfully. The Stanton Migraine Protocol® is based on the latest understanding of scientific research that recognize that migraine brain is different from the brain of a non-migraineurs. Migraine brains have multiple sensory organ receptor connections–migraineurs are sensitive to light, sound, scents, touch, etc. The migraine brain needs more energy and different energy from non-migraineurs. The metabolism of migraineurs is also different–they are more likely to have metabolic disorders; more sensitive to electrolyte imbalances, weather changes, elevation differences, pressure differences, temperature differences, hormonal changes, and a variety of other elements affecting life.

The Stanton Migraine Protocol® incorporates several steps to evaluate the specific needs of the migraineur’s brain and to incorporate these special needs and maintenance

• The migraineur needs to reach a baseline before starting the recovery process
• Each migraineur is given individual consultation
• The Stanton Migraine Protocol® provides education needed to prevent migraines

Two consulting packages are available for migraineurs at a modest investment that is individualized based on the amount of time needed to learn the recovery and preventive processes. A free program is also available via our Facebook migraine group–note: in the FB migraine group your data is not private and participation is required.

For package pricing please contact Angela.

We are looking forward to helping you reach a migraine free and medicine free life!

SOON to come: Stanton Migraine Diet®! Website under construction.



We are booking up very fast! We can only take on a certain number of clients at the time. Children with migraines have priority. Please contact us for scheduling! Thank you for understanding!

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