Hallelujah Health Tip

Breaking the Myths About Cooked vs. Raw Food

As we have researched the benefits and drawbacks to both cooked and raw foods, we've found that there should be a balance of both in your diet.

There are many differing opinions regarding healthy eating and the types of food that will best support your overall wellness, and one common theme that often comes up in this conversation is whether it is better to eat raw foods or to cook the ingredients before consuming them. As we have researched the benefits and drawbacks to both cooked and ...

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The Key to Reversing Diabetes

The key to reversing diabetes may be more simple than you think.

Though the mainstream media may tell you that there is no cure for diabetes, our experts at Hallelujah Acres believe otherwise. In fact, they have seen the power of the Genesis 1:29 diet in reversing the disease first hand. The number of individuals with type 2 diabetes who have adopted the Hallelujah Diet and soon after reduced, or completely rid ...

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Part 1: Focus on Your Health for This Year’s Resolution

When you make your overall health your No. 1 priority, it'll be less of a challenge and more of a natural lifestyle change.

Every January, millions of Americans make resolutions in hopes of bettering themselves for the new year. But how many of those goals are achieved? While nearly half the population makes a resolution, only 8 percent of those actually accomplish it, according to research. Joining the go-getters isn't impossible – it's all about mind over matter. When you make your overall health ...

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What is the Real Risk of Modern Medical Care?

The third leading cause of death in the U.S. today may surprise you.

Though many in the Western world put their utmost trust in our modern medical system, is their health truly protected? Medical Errors In the spring of 2016, the BMJ published a report conducted by patient-safety researchers revealing that medical errors rank No. 3 among leading causes of mortality in the U.S. These mistakes, made by doctors and nurses in hospitals and ...

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3 Ways to Exercise This Winter

Don't put your exercise regimen on the back burner this winter.

Many people find it more difficult to get up and get moving during the winter. The idea of trekking through the snow to get to the gym sounds a lot less appealing than curling up next to the fireplace with a cup of tea. But this isn't an excuse to stop exercising until the snow stops falling. After all, the ...

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