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Alkaline Water Benefits: The Truth About How Water With Alkaline pH Neutralizes Acid in Your Body & Supports Bone Health

Why should you drink alkaline water? The answer is complex, but we’ll explain the key components here (and offer a very simple way to get it in your hands—without buying expensive pre-packaged bottles or gadgets).  First things first: What we mean when we say “alkaline water” The Key Difference Between “Alkaline” and “Alkalinity” and Why This Matters to Your Health ...

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Detox Diet for Weight Loss, Energy & More: How to Detox Your Body Safely Without Getting Hungry

Homeostasis: “the tendency toward a relatively stable equilibrium between interdependent elements.” Our amazing bodies were built to achieve this beautiful balance, yet we live in an environment replete with pollutants, pesticides, heavy metals, cancer-triggering chemicals and a host of other toxins that breed inside and outside our bodies, disrupting our natural harmony and impeding our systems from working at their ...

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Cold and Flu Season Tips: The Best Supplements That Work and Lifestyle Strategies to Boost Your Immune System

Cold and flu season is here, so it’s time to take stock of what you put in your body; take diligent care of what you do with your body; and take note of your environment—so you can defend yourself from these prevalent and ever-contagious viruses head on. Studies have shown that it’s your immune system’s response to a virus—not the ...

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American Diabetes Month: Balance Your Blood Sugar & Balance Your Life

November is American Diabetes Month. A common and life-threatening disease, diabetes affects masses of people in the U.S., yet it’s a condition that can be prevented with proper, diligent care for your body. According to the American Diabetes Foundation, “Nearly 30 million children and adults in the United States have diabetes. Another 86 million Americans have prediabetes and are at risk for ...

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Health Education Week: Eliminate the Toxins & Replenish With Nutrients for a Lifetime of Vibrant Health

It’s National Health Education Week! Sponsored by the Society for Public Health Education, this week is all about promoting “consumers’ understanding of the role of health education in promoting the public’s health.” In this spirit, we too want to shine a spotlight on how important it is to educate, inform, engage and elucidate. Health education is one of the instruments ...

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The Premier Health Transformation Experience

Have you ever wondered if there was a place where you could go just to immerse yourself in the principles of “healthy living?” A place where you could go to experience the Hallelujah Diet? A place where you could make positive and lasting changes to your lifestyle habits? Would hands-on instruction on how to make tasty, nutritious meals and beverages ...

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Bone and Joint Cancer

According to the National Cancer Institute at the National Institutes of Health (NIH), in 2014 there were approximately 3,020 new cases of bone and joint cancer and 1,460 estimated deaths. While the instance of bone cancer is certainly not as high as, say, lung, breast or prostate cancer, the NIH reports that new cases of bone and joint cancer have ...

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Why Do You Need Supplements If You Are Eating A Healthy Diet?

By fully committing to a raw, plant-based diet, you bathe your body with extraordinary nutrients that continuously feed your cells with vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and phytochemicals that support optimum health. If that’s the case, then why do you need supplements? Shouldn’t your healthy diet be sufficient? Supplements are indispensable to your holistic approach for vibrant health. Our resident research director, ...

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Help your self-healing body fight cancer

October is Breast and Liver Cancer Awareness Month. In honor of those who have survived or lost their lives from cancer, and to all their loved ones, our team at the Hallelujah Diet dedicates our days to finding healthy, sustainable solutions in hopes that fewer and fewer families face this deadly disease. We strive to educate, inform and effect change ...

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