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The Hallelujah Diet Review

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The Hallelujah Diet was developed by Reverend George Malkmus and his wife, Rhonda.  Reverend Malkmus claims the diet saved his life over 35 years ago, when he was diagnosed with cancer.  The diet is based primarily on raw and unprocessed  fruits and vegetables.  It is a bout 85% raw and 15% cooked

The idea behind the Hallelujah Diet is that meat can get trapped in our bodies.  This can lead to problems such as delayed elimination, toxicity build up, and illness.  With the hallelujah Diet, the claim is that you will get your needed nutrients as well as restore your cells and increase your longevity.  

The diet is a vegan diet, and claims to be the antidote to the SAD (Standard American Diet).


The story behind the Hallelujah Diet told by Reverend George Malkmus.
"This diet saved my life and I do not hesitate to recommend it to you if you are seeking recovery from most any illness.

Food Guidelines:

All animal products are to be eliminated.  Also eliminate dairy, processed foods, sugars and artificial sweeteners.

The 85% Raw and Unprocessed Plant Based Foods:

One of the differences between this diet and similar diets is juicing.  

BEVERAGES:
Drink freshly juiced vegetables.  It is recommended that you add green barley juice powder ( a Hallellujah Farms product) and distilled water with minerals added.

DAIRY ALTERNATIVES:  
Almond milk, creamy banana milk, as well as frozen bananas, strawberry or blueberry "fruit creams"

FRUIT:
Keep your fruit  around 15%  or less of your daily food intake, all   fresh unsulphured organic dried fruit

GRAINS:
 Dehydrated crackers, dehydrated granola, raw muesli, soaked oats.

BEANS:
sprouted lentils, sprouted mung beans, sprouted garbanzos, green beans, and peas.

NUTS & SEEDS:
Almonds,almond butter,  macadamia nuts, sunflower seeds, , walnuts, or tahini .

OILS AND FATS:
Extra virgin olive oil, Udo's Oil, flaxseed oil (the oil of choice for people with cancer, except men with prostate cancer, who may be better served meeting the essential fat needs through freshly ground flaxseed), and avocados

SEASONINGS:
Fresh or dehydrated herbs, garlic, sweet onions, parsley, and salt-free seasonings

SWEETS:
Fruit smoothies, raw fruit pies with nut/date crusts, date-nut squares, etc.

VEGETABLES:
All raw vegetables

SOUPS:
Raw soups



The 15% Cooked Portion

Cooked foods follow the raw salad at lunch or evening meals and can prove beneficial for those trying to maintain body weight.

BEVERAGES:
Caffeine-free herb teas and cereal-based coffee alternative, along with bottled organic juices
BEANS:
Lima, adzuki, black, kidney, navy, pinto, red, and white
DAIRY:
Non-dairy cheese, almond milk and rice milk (use sparingly)
FRUIT:
Cooked and unsweetened frozen fruits
GRAINS:
Whole-grain cereals, breads, muffins, pasta, brown rice, millet, etc.
OILS:
Vegan mayonnaise made from cold pressed oils
SEASONINGS:
Same as the 85% portion, plus unrefined sea salt (use sparingly)
SOUPS:
Soups made from scratch without fat, dairy, or refined table salt
SWEETENERS:
Raw, unfiltered honey, rice syrup, unsulphured molasses, stevia, carob, pure maple syrup, date sugar, agave nectar (use very sparingly)
VEGETABLES:
Steamed or wok-cooked fresh or frozen vegetables, baked white, yellow or sweet potatoes, squash, etc.



Foods To Avoid in The Hallelujah Diet

Beverages

Alcohol
Coffee (grain coffees like Pero and Roma are fine)
Teas containing caffeine (caffeine-free herb teas are fine)
Carbonated beverages and soft drinks
All artificial and sugar containing drinks, sports drinks, and all juices containing preservatives, refined salt, sugar, and artificial sweeteners
Dairy

All milk, cheese, ice cream, whipped toppings, and non-dairy creamers
Soy Milk and other Soy Products

Most soy products should be avoided
Processed Fruits

Canned and sweetened fruits
Non-organic and sulfured dried fruits
Refined Grains

Refined, bleached flour products, most cold breakfast cereals, and white rice
All Meats and Eggs

Beef, pork, fish, chicken, eggs, turkey, hamburgers, hot dogs, bacon, sausage, bologna, etc.



Certain Nuts and Seeds

All roasted and/or salted seeds and nuts
Certain Oils

All lard, margarine, shortenings, and anything containing hydrogenated oils or trans fats
Certain Seasonings

Refined table salt and any seasoning containing it
Certain Soups

Any canned, packaged, or creamed soups containing salt or dairy products
Certain Sweets

All refined white or brown sugar (brown sugar is simply refined white sugar)
Sugar syrups
Chocolate (carob is a wonderful chocolate substitute)
Candy, gum, cookies, donuts, cakes, pies, or other products containing refined sugars or artificial sweeteners
Processed Vegetables

All canned vegetables with added salt or preservatives
Vegetables fried in oil
All Drugs

Alcohol
Nicotine
Caffeine
Marijuana, cocaine, heroin, etc.
Many over the counter and doctor prescribed drugs
NOTE: Do not discontinue doctor prescribed drugs without doctor's permission.

Positives:

Healthy diet
Lose weight
Reduce health risks such as diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and cardio vascular diseases.
Gain energy
Feel better
Feel younger
Look better
Live longer

Negatives:

The difficulty level of the diet is high
Meal Planning
Meal preparation
Supplementation is encouraged, Hallelujah Acres does sell vitamins and more.  
Recommended supplementation may cost $2000+ per year.
There is no evidence that the Hallelujah Diet will cure cancer.

Conclusion:

The Hallelujah Diet is a healthy diet with many benefits including weight loss. If you are fond of animal products,sweets, or alcohol, this diet may not be for you.   I give the diet a thumbs up, because it is a healthy diet,, but I do not recommend it for most people.   It is a difficult diet and I feel that the transition for most people may be beyond their level of commitment.  If you want the benefits of a vegan or vegetarian diet, the Eco Atkins Diet, the Eat To Live Diet, the Engine 2 Diet, and the Flexitarian Diet are a few other diets that you may want to consider.

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