Healthy Days

Ease Your Mind With Magnesium

You already know that proper nutrition is fundamental to physical health, but few people truly understand what a dramatic impact diet also has on the mind — especially when you’re stressed. And one of the most important considerations for a stress-busting diet is getting enough magnesium. Studies now prove that magnesium provides enormous mental health benefits as well and that deficiency is directly linked ...

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Resurrection Revealed

We all know the story of Easter… or do we? There are some little-known tidbits that help connect the events surrounding Christ’s death and resurrection — information that enables us 21st century Americans to decipher what was going on in first century Israel. We hope they will give you an even greater appreciation for Christ and his sacrifice. Passover lambs for ...

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Do Food and Lifestyle Really Matter?

The next time someone — God-forbid your doctor — tells you that food does not play a role in chronic disease, kindly ask them to read the research. Researchers in Jordan have just published their findings on how food affects health. Their conclusion? “Foods do certainly play an important role in human health.” And, we might add, their most powerful statement ...

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GMO vs Hybrid: What’s the Difference?

So what’s better: hybridized foods or genetically modified organism (GMO) foods? Sometimes the best choice is “none of the above!” However, there are some significant differences. While hybrids are created by “naturally” crossbreeding similar species to achieve desired traits, GM technology involves selecting genes from any living thing (similar or not) to force the creation of DNA that would never be found in nature. In the plant kingdom, nearly all ...

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Vitamin D: Can You Get Too Much?

While it’s true that vitamin D absorption is self-regulating when you’re in the sun (a shade of pink skin tells your body you’ve had enough), the same cannot be said of vitamin D supplementation. You can, in fact, overdo it. And, surprisingly, the symptoms of too much or too little vitamin D have something in common — hypertension. Too much ...

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Think Caffeine Is Harmless? Chew On This.

If you thought caffeine was harmless, you’re about to change your thinking. Not only has it been used to create an “energy drink” market, caffeine is now available in Wrigley chewing gum. It’s being touted “for adults who are already using caffeine for energy,” according to a Wrigley spokesperson. Okay, wait a second… When exactly did caffeine become a source ...

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Baby Surprises

We found some amazing baby facts that’ll knock your booties off! Like, for example, the things you eat can determine the gender of your baby — it’s true! A study from the Netherlands had participants consume green leafy vegetables, fruit, rice, and mineral supplements several weeks before trying to conceive in order to increase their blood levels of calcium and magnesium (study ...

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Would Fast Food Labeling Help?

Woo hoo! Australian officials are taking steps to do something that Hallelujah Acres has been suggesting here in America for nearly 20 years — big, bold calorie content labeling on fast foods. In the words of New South Wales premier Barry O’Farrell, “It is my view that people who want to lose weight and get healthier need to take personal ...

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Have You Waited Too Long?

Most people wait too long to do something about their health… that includes us, too! Had we known about how good our health could be with The Hallelujah Diet, we would have both adopted it much earlier. Ann suffered for years with IBS and her daughter had unbearable juvenile arthritis. Paul learned about The Hallelujah Diet as a kid (being ...

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Sunshine Is Grandma’s Best Friend

We all know an elderly person who seemed to “beat the odds.” You know… lived in their own house into their 90s… worked outdoors every day… mind was razor sharp. Research says that the outdoor part may be the most important! The study, performed in Austria, found that the majority of female nursing home patients (who are indoors almost all ...

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