The Hallelujah Recovery Diet

Friends, this is the diet I am currently on as the Lord is restoring my health. I have several friends that have completely been healed of cancer and other diseases by applying this diet for about a year. But, honestly it hast to become a conviction to stick with it. You truly have to see the truth of a plant based diet or you will never stick to it. It requires lots of prayer and discipline. But, I am finding that it makes you feel so good and energetic. The best advice is to stay away from the fast food drive thru’s and junk food isles at the grocery store. If you don’t bring it in the house or go out to it, it is much easier not to be tempted by it.

Here is to your restored health, God bless you all ~
Teresa

The Hallelujah Recovery Diet

Aggressive Nutritional Support For Self-healing
The Hallelujah Recovery Diet is identical to The Hallelujah Diet, but provides a much more aggressive approach to quickly equip the body so that it can perform radical healing in a crisis.
Since most of us make little preparation for our health until facing a chronic condition, we may be in need of a much more aggressive approach. The Hallelujah Recovery Diet is a supercharged version of The Hallelujah Diet, increasing the number of servings of an optimally processed barley juice powder and the number of servings of vegetable juice (2/3 carrot and 1/3 greens).

For example:

•Start with barley juice powder at 7:00 a.m.
•Then a vegetable juice at 8:00 a.m.
•Have another barley juice powder at 9:00 a.m.
•Alternate the two juices every other hour (skip juice during the lunch and supper hour and extend juices into the evening).
Juicing is the most efficient way to nourish the body at cellular level. Consuming a vegetable or barley juice drink on an hourly basis will provide the body with powerful nutrition in an easy to assimilate form.

These 12, hourly juices provide the body with a broad spectrum of naturally occurring vitamins, minerals and trace elements often missing from our foods, that the body uses to rebuild the body’s self healing ability.

Keep in mind that it may take as long as 12 to 18 months of following an aggressive nutrition plan to provide the body with the best opportunity for rebuilding.

In addition to aggressive juicing, those using diet aggressively to support the body’s self-healing have often implemented many of the following:
•Using a good probiotic supplement aggressively for 3 to 4 weeks by taking up to 24 billion CFUs three to four times daily to help in rebuilding a healthy balance of intestinal flora. Afterwards, many choose to continue a maintenance serving of 1 to 2 capsules daily.
•Using a good digestive enzyme with each juice and 2 to 4 with each meal for the first 3 to 4 weeks to maximize the absorption of nutrients from foods so that the body receives the most nutrition available from these foods.
•The use of curcumin, the biologically active extract of the turmeric spice, can help supply the body with an abundance of free radical fighting nutrients.
•Iodine supplementation to support the thyroid and the immune system.
•When following a plant-based diet, it is important to insure that a good source of essential fats is available. Taking 1 to 2 tablespoons of flax seed oil or 3 to 4 tablespoons of ground flax seed daily (if dealing with prostate issues, research indicates the use of flax seed rather than the oil may be more advantageous) will help meet the essential fat needs of the body.
•It is also important to avoid a B12 deficiency by taking a sublingual B12 supplement (the active methylcobalamin form) daily.
•As the body begins cleansing it is important that the toxins are eliminated timely and efficiently through optimal bowel function (2 to 3 well-formed stools daily). A good fiber supplement may be helpful in achieving optimal bowel function.
•Stress can have a detrimental impact on the body’s ability to heal; stress should be eliminated.
•Ample amounts of sunshine are important for optimal production of vitamin D. If adequate sunshine is not possible, a vitamin D3 supplement can help meet the body’s need for vitamin D. It is wise to have vitamin D levels tested prior to supplementation.

Broccoli Salad ~

I made this salad for a dinner side tonight and it turned out very good. I thought I’d share it with you. I found this recipe in my new cookbook from Hallelujah Acres called: Simple Weekly Meal Plans.

Loving this cookbook. It has the weekly grocery list along with a week’s worth of recipes for the whole month. Check it out…it is an easy spiral bound cookbook that is very practical and easy to follow.

Here’s the recipe ~

Brocolli Salad

3/4 cup of Vegenaise ( I buy it at whole foods market)
2 Tbsp fresh lemon juice
1/2 cup organic raisins ( I buy at Kroger)
4 cups Broccoli florets (I buy already in florets at Costco)
2 Tbsp raw honey
1/4 cup raw sunflower seeds (Whole Foods Markets)

Mix Vegenaise, honey, lemon juice, seeds, and raisins. Pour over broccoli florets and stir well. Best if chilled for 1-2 hours.

Grapeseed Oil Vegenaise has become my favorite mayonnaise substitute. My family has no complaints about it either. it is egg free, dairy free, cholesterol free, and preservative free. It only contains 90 calories per tablespoon which is the best part :-)

Healthy thoughts,
Teresa ~

P.S. Click on the picture below to visit their site for many more great recipes !!

Salad in a Wrap ~

Salad In A Wrap
Submitted By: Rhonda Malkmus

Here is a delicious way to serve and enjoy a salad that you can eat without a fork. Just take all of your salad fixings and place them on a whole grain wrap, roll it up, and eat it like a sandwich!
Ingredients
• 1 whole grain wrap (available at most health food stores and some grocery stores)
• ¼ ripe avocado
• ¼ cup spinach (chopped fine)
• ¼ cup sweet red onion (diced)
• ¼ cup ripe tomato (diced)
• ¼ cup cucumber (diced)
• ¼ cup carrot (shredded)
• 1/8 cup kalamata olives (optional)
• ¼ tsp of oregano (or your favorite seasoning)
• 1 tsp extra virgin olive oil (or favorite dressing)
• Pinch of Celtic or Himalayan salt (optional)
• Dash of cayenne to taste
Directions
1. Prepare all veggies.
2. Mash avocado and spread in the center of the wrap.
3. Add remaining ingredients and roll up wrap, tucking in ends as you roll.
You can vary the amounts of each vegetable or add or subtract different veggies according to individual tastes.

This recipe was printed from http://www.hacres.com/recipes/cards/salad-in-a-wrap
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Help from the Lord ~

There are days when burdens are so heavy and the cares of life seem just too much to handle. Jesus is always standing near waiting for us to cast our care on him for he cares for us. When you are battling with health or money issues or the two together things can become very tight. I will remember the Lord and that he delights in the impossible that is where he gets the most glory for the victory. The days that we can not see the end of the tunnel are days that we should fall on our knees and cry out to the maker of heaven and earth and ask for that peace that passes all understanding. Everyone has those days. No one is exempt from them. Our natural tendency is to try to solve it all in our own strength. The Lord I’m sure is laughing and standing there thinking, Okay when are they going to see that they truly NEED me. This valley is long and I am the only way out of it. The mountain tops are just in sight.

Dear friends, be encouraged today to call on the Lord if you are struggling today for joy or peace over your situation whether it be health or finances or children or whatever life is giving you today. It gets wearisome when you are fighting for your health and the medical bills are steadily rolling in. Our help comes from the Lord and him alone. Look to him for the answers. He has them !!! My prayers are with you. Tomorrow will be better, I promise. Smile in the midst of your battle, it confuses your enemy. Rejoice and shout for joy in the middle of the trial, it brings victory much faster, I promise, I know first hand what I am talking about.

With much care and concern for days like this ~
Teresa

If it had not been for the Lord who was on our side….
If it had not been for the Lord who was on our side, when men rose up against us.
Blessed be the Lord, who hath not given us as a prey to their teeth.
Our soul is escaped as a bird out of the snare of the fowlers; the snare is broken, and we are escaped !!!
Our help is in the name of the Lord, who made heaven and earth.

Psalm 124

The Hallelujah Diet

I am currently reading a book called ” The Hallelujah Diet” I’m on page 108 and I am so enjoying it. George Malkmus is a great author and it’s easy to read and has lots of real life illustrations in his writings. This book is based on Biblical foundation and years of research, statistics, and powerful testimonials. You can find out more by visiting his website at http://www.hacres.com. I have been eating this diet since January of this year and I feel great. I highly recommend you read this book. I bought mine used from Amazon.com and paid less that $5.00 for it. So worth every penny.

Bless you as you study and rebuild your health,
Teresa