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Eating Well for Cancer Prevention

Learn how healthy eating reduce your cancer risk.

According to the National Cancer Institute, as estimated 1,735,350 cases of cancer will be diagnosed in the U.S. in 2018. Of those individuals, 609,640 will pass away. While doctors and other health experts claim cancer is an inevitable and unfortunate disease that impacts the population without a known cause, we believe that diet is rightfully to blame.

Out With the Old
When you load up on the processed meats, saturated fats, refined sugars and other junk that so many people consider "food," you're essentially diminishing your immune system. God created our bodies with the power to self-heal, but He did so with the intention that we would only eat the natural, plant-based sustenance he left for us. Unfortunately, today's society is more interested in finding the most convenient options – like burgers and fries from the drive-thru – instead of spending time preparing a raw, plant-based dinner that's loaded with the essential nutrients the body needs to thrive.

"Plant-based eating keeps the body's defense system in top shape."

The problem is not only that people choose the wrong options, but also that they're often not educated well enough about the impact these "foods" have on their bodies. Processed ingredients, fatty foods and sugars are blocking key arteries and preventing the immune system from doing what it's designed to do. Plant-based eating, however, will do the complete opposite and keep your body's defense system in top shape. Strong enough, in fact, to reduce your risk of developing cancer in the first place.

In With the New
Once you're ready to say goodbye to the salt, fat, sugar and red meats, you can naturally cleanse your body with wholesome, plant-based options like raw fruits, vegetables, nuts, seeds, and organic whole grains. By following the Hallelujah Diet, you can eliminate all cancer risk factors, such as high blood pressure, heart conditions, diabetes and obesity. Inspired by God's Original Diet from Genesis 1:29, this eating regimen is designed to fuel your system with the raw, plant-based natural sustenance of the earth that He provided for us all along. By eating more leafy greens, vibrant vegetables, tasty fruits and other plant-based foods, you can absorb all of the healthful antioxidants that work to restore your immune system and repair damaged cells. This is the easiest way to revive your defense system and ensure your body can self-heal once again, just as God intended.

So what are you waiting for? The benefits of following The Hallelujah Diet clearly outweigh the cons that come with eating the Standard American Diet, also referred to as SAD – with good reason.  If you're ready to support your body with essential daily nutrition, try our Get Started Kit. You'll receive our best-selling BarleyMax and Fiber Cleanse along with a weekly meal plans recipe book and the Getting Started on the Hallelujah Diet DVD set so you can learn how to get started with ease.

Now's the perfect time to reclaim your health and treat your body right! Get started today!


  1. Connie Gesser July 6, 2018

    It is sad that most people are not aware of how the food they consume effects their body and health. Our country needs to be educated in that manner.

    • I think that most of the world needs to be educated.

      What totally befuddles me is how so many people cannot make the connection between what they are stuffing in their mouths and their health and obesity. Totally bizarre…

  2. Great article! Cleaning up our diet and eating healthy foods instead of processed “junk” can go a long way in helping to eliminate the risk factors that can contribute to cancer.

  3. Jennifer May 7, 2020

    We are so blessed to know what a difference our diet makes in keeping our health on track.

  4. Annette Whitworth May 13, 2020

    This was some good advice about how important eating the right foods to get our bodies back healthier. Eating healthier and cleaner is the way we need to teach the young people that is coming up. My grandkids do not like the fast food places with the burgers or fries. I just have to keep teaching them what is right when eating the foods.

    • Melody Hord May 13, 2020

      Hi Annette, I didn’t know there was a young person who didn’t like french fries. Ha Ha. You are teaching them well! I roast potatoes with extra virgin olive oil occasionally and they are delicious.

  5. Angela May 19, 2020

    Our food choices are very important to our health! Eat Healthy so you can feel great!

  6. I’m glad for all the information and supplements Hallelujah Diet provides to support health in the body.

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