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Part 1: Frequently Asked Questions About Hallelujah Diet Supplements

In this series, we'll be answering some of our most frequently asked questions to provide the information you need to live your healthiest, most fulfilling life while following the Hallelujah Diet lifestyle.

Regardless of how long you've followed the Hallelujah Diet, you likely have dozens of questions about our supplements, best practices and other general insights we've shared over the years. In this series, we'll be answering some of our most frequently asked questions to provide the information you need to live your healthiest, most fulfilling life while following the Hallelujah Diet lifestyle. Below, our health expert Olin Idol shares his answers to questions he's often presented with:

1. Why doesn't BarleyMax have fiber? Don't we need fiber in our daily diet?
BarleyMax is made up of barley grass and alfalfa that is harvested and immediately transported to a facility for juicing. This process releases the nutrients from the fiber so that they are readily available at the cellular level for the body to immediately absorb.

"Our vegetable juices and BarleyMax powder should be free of fiber for maximum utilization of nutrients at cellular level," said Idol. "We need fiber, but we get that from our whole food diet."

Followers of the Hallelujah Diet can get fiber from eating whole foods.Followers of the Hallelujah Diet can get fiber from eating whole foods.

2. Do I need the other juices if I use Hallelujah Diet Advanced Superfood?
According to Idol, the Superfood product was created for individuals seeking a broad range of whole food concentrates. Even though it is made up mostly of whole food ingredients, about 1.5 grams of the juice powder is made from barley, wheat, oats and alfalfa. Based on this information, Idol suggested supplementing Advanced Superfood with other juices if you feel it's necessary.

"It just depends upon individual preference and needs," he said.

3. My CarrotJuiceMax is still a year away from the expiration date. Why is it hard and clumping?
During production, organic brown rice syrup is added to CarrotJuiceMax and BeetMax to minimize clumping that is usually the result of being exposed to moisture. These powders should both be kept at room temperature to decrease condensation exposure in the containers. If your powders are clumping before expiration, fear not, Idol stated.

"In more humid environments and due to some exposure to temperature changes during shipping some clumping may occur," he said. "The powder is not damaged but is a little more cumbersome to use."

Next week, we'll answer more of your frequently asked questions about our supplements and the Hallelujah Diet in general.


  1. Angela Solomon July 10, 2017

    This is very instersting and also helps in uderstanding the products. The information on the Carrot Juice Max and the reason for clumping is very helpful. Thank you for this and I look foward to the next part of this article.

  2. Annette July 10, 2017

    This was great Blog! Good information for our customers. Most times the customer do call and ask why should they take the superfoods and then about why the powders have clumpy in them. I really enjoyed reading this.

  3. Connie Gesser July 11, 2017

    This information is helpful. Sometimes Carrot Juice Max gets hard. Now I understand it is because of temperature change and moisture that can happen during shipment. Some people think they cannot use it when it gets hard, but Olin said it is fine to use.

  4. Jennifer July 12, 2017

    This is great information. It’s good to be reassured by Olin the CarrotJuiceMax is not damaged when it becomes clumpy due to humidity and temperature change.

  5. Melody Hord July 12, 2017

    Blending the juice powder with water in a personal blender, such as the Tribest, helps dissolve clumps. I remember a gentleman buying some BarleyMax one time and then coming back to buy a Tribest blender because he liked the way it tasted better when blended briefly. The blender makes some foam on top, but I like drinking the foam. You can spoon the foam off if you don’t like it.

  6. TBlack July 18, 2019

    Great article! I LOVE the question and answer format. Thanks for sharing the information with us, especially regarding the CarrotJuiceMax and why it clumps sometimes.

  7. CAROLYN B CALHOUN August 29, 2019

    Thanks for the information about the possibility of the Carrot Max clumping. It is helpful to know this as well as how to rectify the problem. Also it is helpful to have information we can share with the customers about the advantages of the Superfoods. Thanks for this article.

  8. nice article

  9. Roger Hayes April 1, 2020

    Which is best to take.. Triomax or Barley Max???
    I just want to buy one..

    • Melody Hord April 1, 2020

      Hi Roger,
      BarleyMax is the flagship product of Hallelujah Diet. The reviews on it are mind-boggling. Hallelujah Diet has taught that it is BETTER than fresh made cereal grass juice.
      Whereas, the BeetMax and CarrotJuiceMax, in TrioMax, are considered second best to freshly extracted beet and carrot juice.
      One serving (about 1 Tbsp.) of TrioMax has about ½ tsp. of BarleyMax. A full serving of BarleyMax is around 1 tsp.
      If you only want to purchase one product, then BarleyMax would be the best.

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