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Did Hallelujah Acres Start A Trend… 24 Years Ago?

When Hallelujah Acres was founded on February 12, 1992 — promoting a plant-based diet — we received a lot of criticism from the Christian community.

Fast forward 24 years and that idea isn’t so crazy anymore.

In fact, we would like to think that we have had a big part to play in the wide acceptance of a plant based diet today.

This past week there were several newspaper articles promoting what we have been proclaiming these past 24 years and I thought you might be interested in reading a few of them:

Two New York Public Schools adopted a 100% vegetarian menu and the results are showing improved test scores and longer attention span!

In another article, obese children experienced profound health changes in four weeks by eating a plant-based vegan diet!

And then there was this most recent article issued by the U.S. Government titled “New Diet Proposals: The article begins with:”Eat Your Veggies” and continues by saying: “New dietary guidelines for Americans should aim to get people to eat more vegetables, less fat and salt and to exercise more.”

The report goes on to say:

“On average, the U.S. diet is low in vegetables, fruit, and whole grains and too high in calories, saturated fat, sodium, refined and added sugars … a diet higher in plant-based foods, such as vegetables, fruits, whole grains, legumes, nuts and seeds and lower in calories and animal-based foods is more health-promoting.”

Why has it taken man so long to accept what God has been telling us from the beginning in Genesis 1:29:

“AND GOD SAID, Behold, I have given you every herb bearing (VEGETABLE) seed, which is upon the face of all the earth, and every tree, in the which is the FRUIT of a tree yielding seed; to you it shall be for meat (FOOD).”

It has been almost 40 years since I changed my diet from an animal flesh and dairy-based diet to a plant-based diet and I attribute my excellent health at the age of 82 to this diet change.

In fact, I haven’t experienced a cold or the flu even one time since making that diet change almost 40 years ago.


  1. DENISE HALL February 15, 2016

    Hallelujah Acres teaching has not only improved my health 3000%, but eating this way has increased my ability to have spiritual communion with God in wonderful ways. I want to cry when I see what our evangelical churches are serving for “breakfast” and at bible studies – its total garbage. How can people possibly pray and be in Spirit when they are filled with death producing poison?

    When I say anything they all – without exception (and they are all very sickly) say “oh God said after Noah that we can eat animals”. How about the ethics of what we do to animals? We torture Gods creatures into and out of life. There is a fantastic book about the ethics of animal killing for food – its called Radical Vegetarianism.

    Thank you for your wonderful website and recipes (I made the lemon truffles – Featured Recipe you sent the other day and they were delicious — I made some for my colleagues who eat nothing but junk food) and they DID say they liked them).

    Its amazing how Satan works behind the scenes to destroy our health and happiness. How we nourish ourselves or how we DONT nourish ourselves with God’s living food for us has been one of his great accomplishments in the last 100 years. But you have been a grace to all of usl. Thanks again

  2. I’d point out that scripture does not say ” to you it shall be for meat.”

    That is a fallacy created by the scholars who were responsible for the King James Version of the Holy Bible.

    How did they get it so wrong? Simple, in the 1600’s the English diet was 80+% meat. Very little real food, and it became increasingly hard to find meat which is why the Kings had the death penalty for killing any animal on their estates. Because they knew if the common people were to do so they would run out of animals and ultimately starve.

    Ironic isn’t it? All these healthy plant foods around them and hardly any of it touched for food. Is it any wonder that the life span of the 1600’s was around 30 years of age across the populations?

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