Healthy Days

Don’t Be Misled—Scented Air is Not Clean Air!

Don’t Be Misled—Scented Air is Not Clean Air!

Have you ever noticed that when you enter a hotel or a hotel room, or a public bathroom that there is a strong scent surrounding you?  Over the years as we have traveled, we have noticed an increase in the use of air fresheners, air sanitizers and air deodorizers.  Whether it is in the carpet, or plugged in the outlet ...

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The Plant Paradox: Can You Trust Dr. Gundry?

Today you will find a guest blog article from our Director of Research, Michael Donaldson, PhD.  Please enjoy the wealth of experience and wisdom this article entails: Michael Donaldson, PhD writes: Here at Hallelujah Diet we are constantly seeking to understand health and nutrition. We know that we understand only in part. And we have made improvements to the Hallelujah ...

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Manage Your Menopause Symptoms With Your Diet

Manage Your Menopause Symptoms With Your Diet

Whether you are peri-, post- or just right smack in the middle of menopause, you will find that your symptoms will change but the fact is, your body will never, ever be the same. While a great supplement like our Women’s Health product called Luminology is a wonderful addition to manage those various symptoms like hot flashes, weight gain, dry ...

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Are You Medically Naïve?

What Your Unanswered Questions Could Do To Your Health

The definition of naïveté is “lack of experience.” Also, “innocence.” The definition of treatment naiveté means that no medical treatment has been performed on this person. Recently in my travels I came across a man with a PhD in cardiovascular science and we discussed a situation I found myself in and he said I had medical naïveté.  I honestly didn’t ...

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Do You have Trouble with Slow-Healing Cuts?

Have you noticed that as you age, and you cut yourself or have a wound from another injury, that it seems to take much longer to heal than when you were younger? Whether it is a cut or a graze or a full-blown wound, you can begin by using an antibacterial silver ointment to protect it from infection and allow ...

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Can House Dust Make You Fat?

We all know that diet and physical exercise are extremely powerful in the fight against obesity.  But there is also another important factor that is gaining attention although it has been around since the beginning of time—household dust. It’s not just skin cells and dust mites that we need to be concerned about anymore.  Common environmental pollutants that invade your ...

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How to Change Your Taste Buds to Eat Healthier Foods

Do you know people who say they hate…absolutely abhor all vegetables, especially the green ones?   You know, the picky eaters, the ones who prefer the same old same old every meal. Maybe you might even appreciate ways to introduce new, healthier foods into your diet.  Granted, we all have certain textures and flavors that we will likely never grow fond ...

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Taste Buds – The Way to a Healthier Life?

How often do you sit down to eat a rich, flavorful salad with colorful, tasty ingredients and ask yourself, “How is it that I can taste all these different flavors?”  I would guess it is rarely if at all. We take for granted that as soon as we grab a bite of something, we will quickly experience a taste that ...

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The Best Way To Avoid Skin Cancer Is?

Skin, the largest organ in the human body, serves as an outer layer of protection, defending the body against light, extreme heat or cold, injury and infection, while regulating water, lipid stores and body temperature. Both external influences (sun exposure) and internal influences (an individual’s nutritional status) can compromise the skin’s ability to perform these functions and can lead to ...

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Mental Health Day? Not As Strange As You May Think!

Today I want to deviate a bit from discussing nutrition.  As important as nutrition is, there are other factors that will affect your well-being. The one I would like to discuss today is Mental Health. Prevalence of Mental Illness Approximately 1 in 5 adults in the U.S.—43.8 million, or 18.5%—experiences mental illness in a given year.  Approximately 1 in 25 ...

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