1. Limit fish to twice weekly. Mackerel, tuna, herring and salmon are good choices but tuna,  swordfish and other high-fat fish are high in mercury. Avoid farmed fish at all costs, as  these also may be high in toxic elements such as arsenic. If you’re pregnant, never eat fish more than once a month, due to its potential contamination with heavy metals, especially in high-fat fish. Also, be wary of fish imported from other countries, which have been found to be contaminated with high levels of bacteria. Superstores may import fish from other countries; always check the source.
2. If you eat red meat, eat only wild, free-range, or grass-fed. Poultry should be free-range and not be given antibiotics. You absorb the antibiotics that are given to animals that you eat.
3. Avoid dairy, especially non-organic, if you’re allergic or sensitive to dairy products. Eating any food that you are allergic or sensitive to will create inflammation in the body. 4. Stop eating sweets that contain white sugar or white flour.
5. Eliminate soft drinks, including diet drinks.
6. Avoid the use of any foods that contain sugar alternatives, including sucralose, aspartame, and other chemically-created sugars.
7. Discontinue consuming foods or beverages that contain high-fructose corn syrup, which has been linked to metabolic syndrome, diabetes, gout, and other degenerative diseases.
8. Limit caffeinated beverages, especially coffee. Coffee is often contaminated with high levels of mycotoxins; choose one that is tested and shown low levels of mycotoxins.
9. Limit alcohol to one drink per week, if any.
10. Limit consumption of foods high in mycotoxins if you are sensitive to mold or have been previously exposed to high levels of mold in the home or workplace. These foods include dried fruits, coffee, and commercial (low-grade) chocolate.
11. Commercially made salts should be avoided, although sea salt may be added to foods in small amounts.

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