Mold Free Diet
Stick to this for 24 hours, even if you feel better much sooner.
Before starting to cook sterilize your kitchen sponge (microwave it for three minutes), and wash hands.
• 1 or 2 eggs any style. The egg carton and egg exterior have Salmonella on them, so remove the eggs, replace the carton, wash the exterior of the eggs and then your hands again before cracking them. You don’t want a Salmonella infection added to your cold.
• Hash brown potatoes
• Pancakes or waffles with artificial maple syrup made with brown sugar and vitamin С.
• 1 cup herb tea with vitamin С, cinnamon, or other spice.
• Water with a tsp. of vinegar and honey.
• Soup without noodles, without rice or any grain product.
• Homemade biscuits or bakery bread with butter.
• Homemade pudding or custard, all ingredients well cooked.
• Well cooked fish or seafood (canned O. K., like sardines, salmon and tuna).
• Fresh green vegetables, in perfect condition.
• Cooked vegetables with olive oil and salt (pure, see Sources).
• Canned beans, any variety.
• Baked or boiled potato (don’t eat skin) with olive oil and salt as described on page 310.
• Hot water with whipping cream and cinnamon.
• A perfectly unblemished banana.
• Water with lemon.
You can “mix and match” these safe foods. If you get a hefty dose of mold at the outset of your cold, the toxicity lasts quite a long time. Repeat the diet the next day and the next until you are well. In animal experiments reported by scientists, toxicity from mold usually lasted three weeks. Sometimes the real damage was only seen after three weeks! Keep up your vigilance. When you decide to take some risks, make sure vitamin С has been added to the new food and mixed with it thoroughly.
Fig. 48 Goods baked in a panaderia (Mexican style bakery) never tested positive to molds.