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Dr. Donaldson’s Journey and Navigating the Path to the Hallelujah Diet

Follow the journey of Dr. Donaldson and the road that led him to Hallelujah Diet.

A young father pursuing his doctorate in chemical engineering at Cornell University in the mid-1990s, Michael Donaldson found himself at a crossroads: To begin a career in biomedical engineering, which he gained an interest in during his undergrad years, or follow natural health medicine? With a father who had been a doctor, Michael felt himself pulled more toward working behind ...

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Just Say No: How Harmful Habits Deteriorate Your Health

When you don't treat your body properly, you're more likely to develop chronic conditions.

Smoking, consuming excess alcohol, physical inactivity and a poor diet – there's a reason they're referred to as bad habits. Each one of these behaviors can negatively affect your overall health, and when followed together, they're even more deadly. When you don't treat your body properly and make poor lifestyle decisions, you're at greater risk for becoming obese and developing diabetes. ...

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A Hallelujah Diet Journey with Cheri Shope

After years of severe panic attacks, Cheri has finally returned to work and now runs an online support group for Hallelujah Diet.

Cheri Shope of Sedro-Woolley, Washington, has been a follower of the Hallelujah Diet for nearly 12 years and a Health Minister for almost eight. She's a daily BarleyMax consumer and enthusiast, an avid believer in always having her salad box stocked and the founder of a Hallelujah Diet support group on Facebook that has grown to nearly 1,500 members. But the journey ...

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Cancer and Diabetes: What’s the Connection?

Research shows that someone living with diabetes has an increased risk of developing cancer. Does that mean one condition is the main cause for the other? Not necessarily.

Your browser doesn't support video. Please download the file: video/mp4 video/webm Watch The Video Above Research shows that someone living with diabetes has an increased risk of developing cancer. Does that mean one condition is the main cause for the other? Not necessarily.

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How Dangerous is White Sugar?

You already know that consuming added sugars is an unhealthy decision, but just how dangerous is it?

Your browser doesn't support video. Please download the file: video/mp4 video/webm Watch The Video Above You already know that consuming added sugars is an unhealthy decision, but just how dangerous is it?

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5 Recipes That Use Last Night’s Leftovers

The leftovers from last night can be turned into a new, delicious plant based dish for today.

Sometimes, the desire to whip up an entirely new meal just isn't there – especially when the leftovers are in the refrigerator. But that doesn't mean you have to eat them as is. There are plenty of delicious ways to transform yesterday's lunch into a unique dish for tonight's dinner. Here are a few ways to make a new meal ...

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Mold and Cancer: Is There a Connection?

If you want to achieve optimal health, then you need to consider potential mold exposure that is coming from your environment and food.

The discovery of mold in the house is often considered an inconvenience, because it's just another corner that needs to be cleaned. What many people don't understand is that mold is linked with a number of health problems, and it is found in many locations. If you want to achieve optimal health, then you need to consider potential mold exposure ...

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Top Foods for Eye Health

To lower your risk of developing cataracts and age-related macular degeneration, eat these foods.

Your browser doesn't support video. Please download the file: video/mp4 video/webm Watch The Video Above Did you know that cataracts and age-related macular degeneration affect millions of Americans every year? The underlying cause of these diseases is not known, but there are a number of factors that could increase your risk. A poor diet is one of them.

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The Rate of Second Cancers in the U.S. is Growing

The cancer industry has yet to find a cure and the rate of second cancers in the U.S. is now 1 in 5.

It's no secret that  cancer rates in the Western world have continued to climb. Despite decades of research and billions of dollars in funding, the scientific community has yet to identify a cure. Perhaps more surprising, though, was the finding that second cancers – not to be confused with recurrence – are on the rise, according to Natural News. In fact, ...

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