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

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

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 your No. 1 priority, it'll be less of a challenge and more of a natural lifestyle change.

"It's all about mind over matter."

Let God be your guidance to complete one – or all – of the following New Year's resolutions:

Save Your Money
According to what Rev. George Malkmus shared in his book "God's Original Diet," 90 percent of the money Americans spend on meals goes to unhealthy processed foods. If you want to save money and make your health a top priority, stop throwing dollars at big businesses and start buying unprocessed food ingredients from local food sources and learn to prepare more of your own food.

Follow a Plant-Based Diet
You know that eating manufactured, processed foods takes a toll on your overall health, but so do a number of the other items you're consuming. You see, when God created man, he built the body with the intention of fueling it with only the natural substance from the earth: not meats, dairy products or eggs, so consider eliminating these foods from your diet.

Vow to make health-conscious dietary decisions this year.Vow to make health-conscious dietary decisions this year.

This January, start following the Hallelujah Diet and consider trying our 60 Days to Reclaim Your Health program. We'll provide you with the vital information and personal instruction you need to restore your health and improve your overall well-being. With this program, you'll receive:

  • Daily food videos that take you through recipe preparation and instruction, followed by a testimony and question-and-answer session.
  • Weekly shopping lists to guide you through the grocery store.
  • Everyday recipes that tie into the shopping lists.
  • Common questions answered by our health experts.

With these resources, you'll get the encouragement, support and healthy eating tips you need to achieve your New Year's resolution.

Drink Freshly Extracted Vegetable Juice Every Day
Once you've eliminated the unhealthy "food" sources from your eating habits and you've switched to a raw diet, we suggest drinking freshly extracted vegetable juice every day. By pulverizing fresh veggies, you'll absorb optimal nutrient content. It's a healthy and satisfying choice for breakfast, but it can also make an excellent snack throughout the day.

We hope you consider some of our suggestions to start your year off on the right track. Tune in next week for more recommendations.

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3 comments

  1. What is the best overall way to consume Barley Max? I have been drinking it in about 2 oz. of water but see it included in drinks and other recipes on your site. I want to take it in its most absorbable way.

    Thanks

    • Paul & Ann Malkmus

      Hi Keith — Letting the dry BarleyMax powder dissolve under the tongue provides the greatest/fastest assimilation. What you are doing by putting it in 2oz of water comes a close 2nd. One thing that we have learned through years of research is that putting BarleyMax with other liquids or other recipes doesn’t dilute the efficacy and benefit BarleyMax provides. It only slows down the assimilation — takes longer for the nutrients to reach the cells. Once the juice is separated from the fiber (pulp) it can be added back to fiber without losing nutrient value. Some people struggle with the taste of BarleyMax especially when they are used to consuming the Standard American Diet (SAD). The most important thing they can do is find a way to enjoy BarleyMax otherwise they might be less apt to consume it — they will still get a lot of value. Eventually, their taste buds will change and they won’t need another substance to mask the BarleyMax taste. Hope this helps…

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