Eliminating Wheat to Eliminate Migraines: Conclusion

The data shows that my hypothesis was accurate, eliminating gluten from my diet did in fact correlate positively with a decrease in headaches. Given that this was the only change I made during this time, it is safe to conclude that this relationship is causal. Further review seems to indicate that pasta was the worst offender, causing a headache almost immediately that lasted for 1-2 days. Gluten containing baked goods also seem to have a negative effect, but with a more time-delayed reaction. This makes it harder to track when and what caused the headache, so it appears that the safest route would be to eliminate wheat altogether.