Mold Detox Diet – Module 2 Dietary Considerations

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In this series of lessons, we will discuss the foods you need to avoid that cause inflammation in the body and prevent the cells from detoxifying. You will learn how to switch from unhealthy foods to foods that are nutrient dense and lower overall inflammation allowing for detoxification of all of your organs. Included is information about Advanced Glycated End Products or AGEs for short, which are very inflammatory that are in some foods and are creating with some cooking styles. You will learn how to avoid the foods that contain a high concentration of AGEs and cooking methods to reduce the formation of them in your body.

In this module we will first focus on: 

  • What NOT to eat and why
  • What to eat and how
  • The best way to cook foods to avoid creating Advanced Glycated End products or AGEs
  • and more!

About this Contributor

Dr. Gail Clayton, DCN, CNS, MS, RPh is a Registered Pharmacist, Certified Nutrition Specialist, Adjunct Professor of Biochemistry and Functional Medicine. She holds a Master and Doctorate degrees in Clinical Nutrition. In addition, she has a thriving functional medicine practice in Houston, TX and online. Her ability to grasp complex biochemical reactions along with knowledge of biochemical healing properties of botanicals paved the way for her to partner up with Dr. Margaret in creating the Mold Detox Diet and the Advanced Mold Immune courses to share their knowledge and approaches to guide patients and practitioners to recovery. Dr. Clayton may be reached at drgailclayton@gmail.com.

Margaret B. Christensen MD, FACOG, IFMCP, ABOIM has been an Institute for Functional Medicine faculty member for 13 years. Dr. Christensen first became interested in functional medicine 19 years ago when trying to solve the riddle of her and her family‚Äôs complex health challenges– unbeknownst to her at the time were consequences of severe toxic mold exposure.  She became intimately familiar with Chronic Fatigue, Fibromyalgia, Autoimmune, Hormonal, Neurological and Psychiatric consequences of unrecognized Biotoxin illness. A board-certified OB-GYN for 23 years, her initial boutique Functional Medicine practice has grown into The Carpathia Collaborative, a large multidisciplinary, Functional Medicine Practice based in Dallas TX. Dr. Christensen is passionate about educating her clients and colleagues about root cause, whole-systems medicine.