The Hallelujah Diet® Research

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We know that the Hallelujah Diet works because we’ve seen it transform thousands of lives for well over two decades. But we also have the facts to back it up. We are proud to have Dr. Michael Donaldson, PhD from Cornell University, as the Research Director of the Hallelujah Diet.

Dr. Donaldson has helped shape the Hallelujah Diet with the latest research on the benefits of a plant-based diet. Take a look below to read the studies he’s conducted on the benefits of dietary interventions and the long-term health of those who follow the Hallelujah Diet.

Vitamin K2: Implications for Cardiovascular Health in the Context of Plant-Based Diets, with Applications for Prostate Health March 22, 2017
Vitamin K: The missing link to prostate health. Medical Hypotheses January 21, 2015
Luminology Menopause Product Reasearch February, 2014
Development of a rapid, simple assay of plasma total carotenoids October 17, 2012
A Carotenoid Health Index Based on Plasma Carotenoids and Health Outcomes December 9, 2011
Water—The Choice for Long-Term Health JULY 6 2010
Barley Max Protects DNA SEPTEMBER 18, 2009
Fibromyalgia syndrome improved using a mostly raw vegetarian diet: An observational study August 20, 2008
Juice Extractor Comparison JANUARY 1, 2008
Recent Advances in Iodine Nutrition JANUARY 1, 2007
Nutrition and Cancer: A Review of the Evidence for Anti Cancer Diet JANUARY 1, 2005
The first quantitative evidence proving the efficacyof supplemental enzyme JANUARY 1, 2004
Nutrition and cancer: a review of the evidence for an anti-cancer diet. JANUARY 1, 2004
Vitamin B12 and the Hallelujah Diet JULY 12, 2001
Let’s Juice! What the Glycemic Index Really Says About Carrot Juice and Blood Glucose MARCH 1, 2001
Food and nutrient intake of Hallelujah vegetarians JANUARY 1, 2001