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The Mold Help Solution  
Posted by Susan Lillard  
Wednesday, 27 October 2010

The Mold Help Diet

This is an adapted diet from Dr. Vincent Marinkovich

Symptoms of mold hypersensitivity can be worsened by eating foods, such as cheeses, that are processed with fungi. Other foods like mushrooms, which have gills that attract viruses,  fungi, and other invaders, dried fruits, and foods containing yeast, soy sauce; which obtains its unique flavor from Aspergillus, or vinegar can also produce allergic symptoms. Avoid these foods if you suspect any mold allergies, or have suffered from prolonged exposure to toxigenic molds, and have yourself  checked for leaky gut syndrome by a knowledgeable physician.

A recipe guide will be available soon to make this diet more palatable as this diet is essential to cleansing the body of fungi according to several studies.  It makes sense that adding more medication to an overloaded immune system doesn't always make sense.  Mold Help Solutions is happy to offer some alternative advice under the advice of a qualified physician.  The recipe guide, along with some wonderful diet solutions, is available on the new Mold Help Solutions website at a reduced cost to the consumer. 

   Foods to Avoid!

- NO dried fruit; raisons, apricots, prunes, figs, etc.
- NO aged cheese of any kind - Some cheeses are acceptable if milk is tolerable, e.g., cottage cheese, mozzarella, provolone, ricotta and farmer's cheese.
- NO mushrooms or fungi whatsoever, such as truffles, even avoid sprouts.
- NO Leftovers- Eat within 24 hours, unless frozen (microwave frozen food to thaw quickly)
- NO Breads. Malted means moldy. Dough conditioners are moldy. Sourdough or sourdough starter is the worst. (Sometimes labeled yeast-free) Bread develops surface mold within a day. Some tortillas, biscuits, muffins, cakes and cookies are usually yeast free, yet high in sugar content. You can buy sprouted bread with no yeast (Not sourdough) at the health food store.
- NO Sauerkraut. It has been fermented.
- NO Tomato Products; Juice, sauce, paste, ketchup, etc., are made from moldy tomatoes.
- NO Beer - The darker the beer, the more mold it contains.
- NO Wine & Wine Vinegar - White wine is least moldy; clear vinegar may be tolerated.
- NO liquor - Vodka, tequila, clear rums are least moldy.
- Be careful of multi-B Vitamins - Many contain either yeast or mold (Rice hulls are moldy). Some are
alright. Check with manufacturer. See note below on Aspergillus fermentation process.
- NO cider or fruit juice (juice contains mold as it is made with old fruit).
- NO Pickled and smoked meats and fish, including processed delicatessen foods, sausages, salami, bologna, frankfurters, corned beef and pickled tongue.
- NO eggs
- NO melons, except watermelon if very fresh and eaten same day.

According to the late Dr. Vincent Marinkovich, 50% to 70% of the treatment is by following the diet.  MH is now offering a cookbook that offers delicious and gourmet dishes following this exact diet for only $14.99.  You can order it through PayPal on our donation tab under memo put cookbook, or you can send check or money order to:  

The Mold Help Organization
1255 Broadway St. NE Ste. 410
Salem, OR 97301

The house plant remedy  
Friday, 01 September 2006

The House Plant Remedy

According to the latest research, English ivy may help fight allergies by removing allergens (including mold spores) from the air. And the longer you leave it in place, the cleaner your air will be.

To test this plant, scientists put some moldy bread and some dog feces into containers. As they kicked off the study, they measured how much of each contaminant was in the air inside the containers. Then they added English ivy into the mix, took baseline measurements, and repeated the tests six hours, then 12 hours later.

After six hours, the ivy had obliterated 60 percent of the airborne mold, and 58 percent of the airborne feces. Twelve hours later, the results were even more astounding -- almost all of the airborne feces were gone (a whopping 94 percent), and 78 percent of the airborne mold had simply disappeared.

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