Women’s Health & How the Hallelujah Diet Can Help

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Women and men face many of the same health concerns, but women have unique health issues all their own. Rates of osteoporosis and heart disease run particularly high among women. Not only that, health problems that impact both men and women can affect woman differently, such as the increased risk of death from heart attacks for women compared to men. These differences make it all the more important to address the areas most vulnerable to sickness and disease where women’s health is concerned.

Lifestyle choices play a big part in determining the health of the body, especially the types of foods we eat. Ultimately, the materials that form the makeup of the body’s cells and other systems come from the foods we eat every day. The Hallelujah Diet, a whole-food, plant-based menu, is designed to feed the body’s nutritional needs while supporting its natural self-healing abilities. From a women’s health standpoint, providing the body with the nutritional supports it needs is more than half the battle when it comes to lowering your risk factors.

Key Issues That Impact Women’s Health

Pregnancy and menopause, two health issues unique to women, directly alter major systems in the body, such as the hormonal and digestive systems. While pregnancy and menopause may or may not carry direct risks to a woman’s health, they nonetheless take a toll on the body’s systems.

As far as specific health risks go, heart disease, stroke, and cancer all carry high mortality rates for women in particular. Age, medical history, family history, and environment all have a bearing on a woman’s risk for disease, but the foods you eat from day to day can be the deciding factors in how your body responds to health risks.

How the Hallelujah Diet Can Help

The Standard American Diet leaves much to be desired as far as nutrition content goes. High amounts of fat, refined sugars, and processed grains not only leave the body wanting, nutrition-wise, but expose the body to harmful toxins. The Hallelujah Diet consists solely of whole plant-based foods that provide the essential nutrients and enzymes your body needs to stay healthy and fight off disease. Foods that make up a Hallelujah Diet meal plan include raw fruits, vegetables, whole grains and legumes or beans. These types of foods are nutrient-dense and contain the vital enzyme materials needed to promote ongoing health and vitality.

Here are just a few ways the Hallelujah Diet supports and strengthen a woman’s health:

Supports Strong, Healthy Bones

medical illustration of healthy bone structureHormonal changes during menopause alter the body’s mineralization processes, leaving women at high risk for developing osteoporosis. With osteoporosis, bones lose their density and become brittle, so there’s an increased risk for breakage. Interestingly enough, the body’s pH level has a considerable bearing on your risk for developing osteoporosis.

Maintaining a blood pH level of 7.35 to 7.4 is a high priority for the body, and it will leach whatever nutrients it needs from the body to keep it as close to optimal as possible. Sometimes, this means leaching vital minerals and nutrients from the muscles and bones. The natural, whole foods included in the Hallelujah Diet work to meet the body’s nutritional needs and promote a stable pH level, which can go a long way toward keeping the bones healthy and strong.

Supports a Healthy Heart

Heart disease ranks number-one as the leading cause of death among American women. Chronic inflammation is at the root of the development of heart disease and the increased risk for strokes and heart attacks. Not surprisingly, the high fat, low fiber foods that make up the Standard American Diet account for the high rates of heart disease we see today.

Healthy fats and high fiber foods, such as nuts, seeds, and raw vegetables, are a big part of the Hallelujah Diet. These are the types of foods that can reverse the effects of chronic inflammation.

Supports Healthy Gut Flora

food for bowel healthThe health of the gut determines how strong your immune system is, regulates the body’s hormones, and even affects your mood and mental clarity. Needless to say, maintaining a healthy gut flora goes a long way toward keeping the body and its systems healthy. A plant-based diet is chock-full of prebiotic nutrients, which essentially feed the good bacteria that keep the gut healthy. The Hallelujah Diet does just that, keeping the gut, the center of your body’s health, running strong.

The truth of the matter is that many of the health risks women face today stem from a poor diet that slowly, but surely, tears the body’s systems down. A plant-based diet is the very best the body can get when it comes to nutritional content. If you’re looking for ways to slow the effects of time and regain your health and vitality, the Hallelujah Diet is the way to go!

Comments

  1. The materials that form the makeup of the body’s cells and other systems come from the foods we eat every day. Most of us would like to put this fact out of our minds when we indulge on foods we know we should not eat. However, it is an important reminder to those of us who study nutrition and health and information that many people need to hear.

    I’m glad to learn that eating a plant based diet can help keep my body at a 7.4 ph so that my body doesn’t leach minerals and nutrients from the muscles and bones, which can help keep my bones strong.

    The Hallelujah Diet not only benefits my bones, but also my heart and gut health. This is good news.

  2. Georgie Sullivan February 6, 2019

    Is there a special diet or cook book to heal rheumatoid arthritis

    • Melody Hord February 6, 2019

      Hi George,
      Hallelujah Diet does not have a recipe book strictly for rheumatoid arthritis. They do have many great recipe books with Hallelujah Diet friendly foods. To see if there are any testimonials, consider going HERE to the testimonial pages and type in “rheumatoid” in the search bar.

  3. Angela M Solomon February 25, 2019

    Your diet plays such a huge role in your health. I truly encourage eating healthy everyday!

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