Have a mold allergy or suspect you have one? This 5 day mold-free diet meal plan will get you started on your way to regaining your health!
How this meal plan is laid out
This meal plan is laid out in an easy to understand way, so someone who is just starting out on a mold-free diet journey can understand. It’s a great place to start, for those who don’t know where to begin, or are lacking creativity in their meals.
All the recipes included here are gluten-free, grain-free, dairy-free, sugar-free and nut-free.
There may still be foods other than this that people react to (if there are underlying histamine or egg intolerances), but I tried to make this generic enough to fit the guideline of mold-containing foods. If you have other intolerances, you may need to also consider eliminating high-histamine, nightshade or some other foods.
Not only have I included breakfast, lunch and dinner ideas every day, but I have also included snacks each day.
This meal plan is also laid out with lunch being leftovers from the previous evening’s meal. You don’t need to follow this exact layout, but I find it incredibly helpful for easing the burden of cooking every meal.
Especially for those who work full-time, eating leftovers for lunch has been incredibly helpful to sticking “on plan” and not indulging in fast food while on lunch break.
Note that most of my dinner recipes are for four people (or two people for dinner + two people for lunch the next day). So, generally speaking, if you are using this meal plan for only one person, simply make half of the recipe.
I truly hope you find this meal plan helpful, and that is assists you on your way to health.
Breakfast: Bulletproof Coffee with eggs (your favorite variety) and avocado (make enough to also eat tomorrow morning!)
Lunch: Steamed vegetable salad
Snack/Dessert: Cucumbers, green peppers and sugar-snap peas
Breakfast: Leftover eggs with avocado from yesterday
Lunch: Leftover salmon patties with green beans and a simple tomato, onion and cucumber salad
Snack/Dessert: Fresh raspberries and blueberries (organic is best). Look them over carefully to ensure there is no mold, and eat right away after purchasing. They don’t last long, even in the fridge.
Breakfast: Low-Carb Pancakes
Lunch: Leftover Cobb Salad
Dinner: Egg Roll in a Bowl (be sure to use grass-fed meat!)
Snack/Dessert: Stevia-Sweetened Gummy Bears
Breakfast: Sausage and Kale Egg Cups
Lunch: Leftover Egg Roll in a Bowl
Snack/Dessert: Homemade Candied Ginger (plus it has immune-boosting abilities!)
Breakfast: Paleo Cinnamon Chia Seed Pudding
Lunch: Leftover Roasted Cajun Chicken and Cabbage
Dinner: Italian Sausage, Peppers and Onions with Zucchini Noodles (you can substitute the sausage for ground beef, chicken or pork if you are concerned about using sausage)
Snack/Dessert: Keto Spice Mug Cake
Tips and Tricks
- Meal prep! If you can make some of your meals on the weekend, or one evening when you have some time free, then I definitely recommend doing so! It can make your life SO much easier and less likely to cheat. Just be careful that you don’t meal prep too far ahead of time. I recommend not storing leftovers in the fridge for more than 2-3 days.
- Don’t forget that if you slip up, it’s ok! Simply get back on track, your health is worth it.
- Attempt this with friends or family, or join my support group on Facebook. It’s much easier to get through when you have others supporting you!
- Know that after changing my diet, my life was never the same. I felt SO much better after my first one, that I never looked back!
I don’t like leftovers. Can I still use this meal plan?
This makes following the meal plan a bit more tricky, but it’s still doable! Simply cut the amount you make for dinner in half, and you’ll need to find another option for the lunches.
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