Hallelujah Health Tip

Switch To Celtic Sea Salt

An article in Dr. Bruce West’s monthly publication “Health Alert” titled “Switch to Celtic Sea Salt” we find an interesting article on why we should switch to Celtic Sea Salt: “As for salt? Salt is a necessary food. Without it you would quickly get sick and die. But there is no need to consume table salt (sodium chloride). Instead consume ...

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A Testimony in Progress…

Most of the testimonies we share are “finished” testimonies — the person has been on the Hallelujah Diet long enough to see most of their physical problems go away. So I thought it would be a nice change of pace to share a testimony from one who just got started on the diet, and see what they had to say. ...

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12 Million Misdiagnosed Each Year

An article in “Natural Health 365“, dated June 22, 2015 titled “Medical Errors: 12 Million Misdiagnosed Each Year” drew my attention. Here is how the article begins: “In America, the average person relies on his or her physician to diagnose and treat medical conditions and health problems when symptoms arise. This conventional approach sends millions of people to emergency rooms, ...

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Colon Problems… Gone!

Writing in response to last week’s Health Tip, Kim, a Hallelujah Acres Health Minister had this to say: “Rev. Malkmus, I am a Hallelujah Acres Health Minister. Thank you for your excellent article which gives clear answers to a lot of common questions/issues that many people have. This article is a good tool for me–to give to people I have ...

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Blueberries Reduce Diabetes Risk

Dr. Russell L. Blaylock, M.D. had an interesting article in the June 2015 issue of his monthly news letter “The Blaylock Wellness Report” regarding blueberries: “Eating a cup of blueberries at least twice a week can go a long way toward reducing the risk of neurodegenerative and cardiovascular diseases. Several studies have also shown that eating blueberries or blueberry extract ...

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The Hallelujah Diet Is Not… A Diet

The Hallelujah Diet is not a diet, but rather a lifestyle! A “diet” is something a person does for a given period of time, until they achieve a desired result, usually weight loss. Unfortunately, after most “dieters” have achieved that desired result, they revert to their previous eating habits. Sadly, I see too many people who adopt the Hallelujah Diet, achieve ...

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Are Your Cravings Controlling Your Health?

If you’re sick and tired of feeling sick and tired — look to your diet! Without knowing it, millions of people are needlessly suffering simply because they are eating the wrong foods. Below is a testimony from 10 years ago by Chari M. from Kissimmee, Florida who was experiencing a tortured life, controlled by her cravings. It is an amazing testimony of ...

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Drug-Free Headache Remedies More Effective

A recent article from Newsmax.com, dated June 5, 2015, contained interesting information regarding “Drug-Free Headache Remedies More Effective Than Painkillers.” Below are some excerpts from that article: “Lifestyle changes involving diet, exercise, and relaxation techniques are better than costly medical treatments for headaches. But doctors are increasingly ordering up expensive tests and therapies that don’t offer clear benefits. “That’s the ...

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Powerful Cancer Testimony Still Amazes!

Below is a testimony sent me 15 years ago by Health Minister Rex E. who lived in Florida. I don’t know if Rex is still with us; he was 75 years old at the time of the writing. But it is an amazing testimony of the body’s power to heal itself, even in the worst of circumstances. “Rev. Malkmus, I was ...

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Tattooed New Yorkers Report Nasty Skin Conditions

The following warning came in an article at Citylab.com dated May 28, 2015 titled “Tattooed New Yorkers Report All Kinds of Nasty Skin Conditions.” Below are some excerpts from the article: “Folks in New York who’ve gotten tattooed sometimes receive a little something extra – a “rash, severe itching or swelling that lasted longer than four months and, in some ...

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