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Low Mold Diet



Minimizing mold exposure includes following a low-mold diet, as certain foods contain mycotoxins.


Foods to Include:

While on a low-mold diet, choose organic produce whenever possible. When it comes to meat, look for organic, pasture-raised, and grass-fed options. When purchasing fish and seafood, wild-caught is always better.


Here is a list of specific foods that are encouraged on the low-mold diet:


Poultry (pasture-raised, organic only): Chicken, eggs, turkey, quail, pheasant


Fish (wild-caught only): Salmon, tuna, anchovy, sardines, flounder, catfish, caviar


Other meats (grass-fed only): Beef, goat, lamb, buffalo, wild game, rabbit


Raw nuts and seeds: Sunflower seeds, pecans, almonds, pumpkin seeds, sesame seeds, flax seeds, chia seeds


Leafy greens: Romaine, kale, collard greens, spinach, turnip greens, green and red cabbage


Root vegetables: Carrots, onions, radishes, garlic


Gourd vegetables: pumpkins, squash, eggplants, zucchini


Other vegetables: Cucumbers, brussels sprouts, asparagus, artichokes, broccoli, cauliflower, bell peppers


Spices: Pure vanilla, cinnamon, cayenne pepper, pink Himalayan salt, horseradish, wasabi


Herbs: Thyme, parsley, cilantro, basil, chives, mint, oregano, tarragon, rosemary, sage, etc. Herbs are very good gentle antifungals.


Healthy fats: Extra virgin olive oil, coconut oil, coconut milk, ghee, organic butter


Beverages: Filtered water, mineral water, non-fruity herbal teas, fresh vegetable juice. Green tea is a gentle antifungal. It is also great for protecting the organs of detoxification while also protecting the cells from damage caused by mycotoxins.


A general rule of thumb is to focus on whole, nutrient-dense foods.


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