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Mold Exposure & Nutrition

People who have been exposed to toxic mold have impaired digestion. Improving their digestion improves their nutritional status and also improves their detoxification abilities. Mold also affects a persons short-term memory and executive function. This presents a challenge when it comes to convincing people to improve their nutritional status and detoxification.  I've created a nutritional portion of my site that tries to explain and offers pre-made recipes and food buying guides to grasp the concepts and then being able to implement the required changes so that healing is easier.

Meal Planner that I use

Simple Meal Planning - Plan to EatPlant To Eat honestly is the most awesome tool I have ever used on the internet that let's me customize my meal plan according to my diet restrictions and plan breakfasts, lunches and dinners (even snacks) that correlate with my Mold Detox Diet.  Sometimes a one-size fits all approach does not work when going on a detox diet.  Some might have food sensitivities that others may not have and so on. 

With this tool I am able to 100% costomize my meals and schedule them perfectly so that I don't cheat and my mold-free goals become more of a reality instead of relying on my will power or lack of meal planning to get me through this detox period.  Click on the banner above and you can usually get a 30-day free trial then it's only $4.95 a month thereafter...like I said, nothing has ever made this whole mold detox diet more simple than Plan To Eat has for me.