Hi sorry for what you're going through, and sorry for this short reply, I'm on my phone. Over at Dr Emily Deans evolutionary Psychiatry there are 2 case studies of bipolar women trialling a ketogenic diet for their moods. Seems migraines , epilepsy, bipolar, are similar, & can all be treated with anti seizure meds... but keto is more successful. For kids with epilepsy 80% can eventually go off the diet with no return of seizures (presumably only of those for whom the diet worked enough to stay on it)
Edit: More Info - I'm at the computer now - Paul Jaminet at PHD has info on how to do a healthy ketogenic diet. Someone reported at his blog that his wife's migraines did not return on a normal trigger heavy diet after 7 months on the ketogenic diet.
There was a group at Stanford Uni who tried to study this diet for Bipolar but they couldn't find volunteers, according to wikipedia.
This gnolls article has links to more keto info. http://www.gnolls.org/1984/the-scien...c-flexibility/