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Hallelujah Acres Launches New Website

Hallelujah Acres New HomepageWe are extremely excited to announce the all-new Hallelujah Acres website! The new site is much more than a new design, it makes finding everything you need to get and stay healthy easier than ever before. Visit us now at

Enhanced Recipes, Testimonies and Videos
We have completely revamped our vegan recipes, Hallelujah Diet testimonies and videos to make everything easy to use. Click in the Library to find answers to common questions and see how real people have experienced amazing health benefits by making a simple diet change.  The Recipes tab organizes hundreds of vegetarian recipes by category and allows you to quickly find something healthy and delicious. Plus, our newest recipes have photos and will soon have video demonstrations.

Easier Online Shopping
Our redesigned e-commerce website makes it easy for you to find the products you depend on for optimal health. We also make it simple for you to log in to your account to check order status, re-order products you’ve purchased in the past and even automatically re-order items you know you’ll want over and over again.

Health Tip Blog
As you see here, the weekly Hallelujah Health Tip is now a daily blog. We will still send a newsletter each week and provide a printable version to download. But now you can comment on articles and let us know what you think. You can also use the search box to quickly find past articles without having to know the issue number. For those who use RSS programs such as Google Reader, just click the RSS button at the top of this page and you’ll always know when a new article gets posted.

Facebook & Twitter
Hallelujah Acres is also very active on social media such as Facebook and Twitter. Be a fan on Facebook and get daily updates, healthy living tips, new recipes and an opportunity to encourage others on the Hallelujah Diet. Follow us on Twitter and share your success on the Hallelujah Diet. It’s a whole new way to encourage and be encouraged!

Hallelujah Diet Forums
Looking for support on the journey to a healthier you? Join a growing community of people just like you at different stages in the Hallelujah Diet. Whether you’ve been on the diet for years or are just starting, you don’t have to do it alone. In the Forums, you’ll find real answer from people who have been there before. “Two are better than one; because they have a good reward for their labour.” – Ecclesiastes 4:9 (KJV).

Where Do I Find…
Almost everything that was on the old site is on the new one, but it’s not always in the same place. If you’re having trouble finding something, just look in the Site Map or use the Search Button at the top of every page.

It’s All About You!
Everything we’re doing online, from our email newsletters to our Facebook page to the new website, is designed to make it easier for you to eat and live healthy. If there’s something you think we can do better or a feature you would like to see, we’re all ears. Use the Suggestion Box tool to tell us about it. Better yet, participate! Be a part of our Forums, Facebook, Twitter and Blog. We’ve given you numerous ways to talk to us and can’t wait to hear what you have to say!


  1. Hi Just wondering if you still have cooking classes or the week long retreats at homes for learning about the diet. Kathie

    • Melody Hord October 18, 2019

      Hallelujah Diet no longer offers culinary classes. Those sure were fun as you got to try all sorts of recipes.
      On Nov. 12, 2019 at 8pm, Connie Gesser and I will be hosting a webinar on our ALL-TIME favorite recipes. The information on how to sign up for that webinar will be on the Hallelujah Diet Website soon. If you can’t make the live webinar, you can call or email customer service for a pdf of the recipes we will be discussing.

  2. Dianne Zerby April 10, 2020

    I would very much like to get healthier.I am a senior on a fixed income.Is there a way to follow the diet inexpensively.

    • Melody Hord April 10, 2020

      Hi Dianne, There are many opinions to your question. I would like to offer mine…..Healthy food can be expensive. Of course, everyone has their idea of what expensive means. Real foods, whole foods, as close to natural as possible, many times are expensive. This isn’t just true of fresh fruits and vegetables, but for those who eat organic free-range meats… they are not cheap. I can surely see why people eat poorly. There are so many inexpensive packaged cookies, chips, crackers, pastas, processed cheese, factory-farmed meats etc. I used to pride myself on having a low-grocery bill. I remember I would cook up a big batch of pasta to take to lunch. Problem was, I was hurting my health. (Pasta is allowed on the HD, but in moderation.) Eating for vibrant health definitely has a cost associated with it.
      However, we can make GREAT choices and stay within our budget. It may not be perfect, but NOBODY is ever perfect!!!
      And if a person adds juicing to the equation, that is even more money. BUT for around $20.00 a month, a person can still juice. I did a webinar on juicing called Overcomers Juicing Webinar. Juicing IS one of the very best things a person can do for their health. I found that I could purchase a 25 lb bag of carrots for round $20. at Publix. A person could juice 5 lbs a week and get around 3 1/2 cups of juice per week. It may not be perfect, but it is better than forgoing juicing all together. That would be 182 eight oz glasses of juice a year!
      What has helped my pocketbook the most is finding a place that has the best pricing. For me, that is the store that starts with “W” and ends in “mart”! They have organic celery for under $3.00. (Great for juicing, too.) They have inexpensively priced frozen organic berries. I can find limes, spinach, avocados and all sorts of things at great pricing. And they have canned organic beans at awesome prices.
      I believe you could do well at following the diet. A good diet is foundational to optimal health. I appreciate your question.

  3. Richard Sampson April 30, 2020

    I live in Great Britain.
    Please advise if there is a distributor for your products in the United Kingdom or do we have to order directly from the States?
    Please also advise what is the difference between Barley Green and Barley Max?
    Many thanks
    Richard Sampson

    • Melody Hord May 4, 2020

      Hi Richard,
      There is not a distributor in Great Britain. The Hallelujah Diet shopping site can give you a quote on international shipping at check out.
      Many years ago, Hallelujah Diet carried Barley Green. BarleyMax is the current Barley/ Alfalfa Grass powder which Hallelujah Diet feels is a superior product

  4. Itodo Benedict May 14, 2020

    I live in Nigeria in Africa, how can I have access to your products like immune boaster etc?

    • Melody Hord May 15, 2020

      Hi Itodo! Perhaps one of these locations could help you.
      Love FM 104.5 Complex
      Mpape Hills (behind Maitama), Abuja

      Phone Numbers: 234 (0) 8164267726 (line 1)
      234 (0) 7010027815 (line 2)
      234 (0) 8186691623 (line 3), 234 (0) 8145266012 (line 4) and 234 (0) 8183496426 (line 5)

      Store Hours:
      Monday – Friday: 8:00 am to 6:00 pm (West Africa Time)
      Saturday: 9:00 am to 4:00 pm (West Africa Time)

      18H Isaac John Street
      GRA, Ikeja, Lagos

      Phone Numbers:
      234 (0) 7065941717 (line 1)
      234 (0) 7065923828 (line 2)
      234 (0) 7065923829 (line 3)

      Store Hours:
      Monday – Friday: 8:00 am to 6:00 pm (West Africa Time)
      Saturday: 9:00 am to 4:00 pm (West Africa Time)

      Port Harcourt
      88, Evo Road, GRA Phase 2
      Port Harcourt, Nigeria

      Phone Numbers: 234 (0) 7065941717 (line 1)
      234 (0) 8133375463 (line 2)
      234 (0) 8033364893 (line 3)
      234 (0) 8133375808 (Distribution Center)

      Store Hours: Monday – Friday: 8:00 am to 6:00 pm (West Africa Time)
      Saturday: 9:00 am to 4:00 pm (West Africa Time)

  5. Hi,
    Do you have a distributor in Kenya? I am interested in your products and the health minister training afterwards.
    I’ll be happy to hear from you.

  6. Anthony Katen November 27, 2020

    how much does the health ministry cost for both husband
    and wife

    • Melody Hord November 30, 2020

      Hi Anthony,
      Health Minister Training Prices:
      $495.00 Individual
      $840.00 Couple
      $295.00 Returning HM

  7. Beverley Goode April 27, 2021

    Does anyone know if there is a barley max outlet in Australia.

  8. Irene Birkenstock June 7, 2021

    How do I get on your mailing list ?

    • Melody Hord June 7, 2021

      Hi Irene, I put you in to receive the Hallelujah Diet emails. You can unsubscribe at any time.

  9. Dorothy Lowsky June 30, 2021

    I am dealing with pancreatitis and am prediabetic. I also have only one kidney. I am having a hard time preventing pancreatic attacks and trying to juice to heal. any suggestions?

    • Melody Hord July 2, 2021

      Hi Dorothy! So sorry you are having attacks.
      Hallelujah Diet is really big on juicing vegetables. In their Cancer Rescue Plan, they urge people to drink around 6 eight oz glasses of vegetable juice a day. That is very time consuming to make, but when the body is at a low state, it is typically wise to be very serious about giving our bodies extra help and nutrition. Only drinking a glass or 2 of juice a day may not give the body much.
      What about taking digestive enzymes, has your doctor recommended those? A very motivational book is “God’s Way to Ultimate Health.”

  10. is your slogan “live food for live bodies”? if so what about meat consumption?

    • Melody Hord July 7, 2021

      Hi Rick.
      The Hallelujah Diet is a vegan diet. Click Here for a link to a guide to a typical day on the Hallelujah Diet.
      The Hallelujah Diet suggests trying to eat the equivalent of around 85% raw plants and 15% cooked plants per day.
      However, for people who have compromised GUTS, raw foods may not be tolerated, so it is fine to eat all cooked foods. Raw foods may be tolerated if they are blended like a smoothie or juiced. Since juicing takes out all the fiber, it does the work for the stomach and intestines so takes the burden off the GUT. At least 2 glasses of freshly extracted vegetable juice each day are encouraged. Even juicing may need to be done in moderation in the beginning.

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