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Starting the Hallelujah Diet
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  • Make a commitment to a healthy lifestyle. Talk over your prospective lifestyle change with a spouse, sibling or friend. If possible, partner with that person. Many times the support of a loved one is an encouragement in the healing process.

  • Clean your pantry, refrigerator, freezer of all non-foods. Many people do not realize the amount of non-foods they have been consuming. If you are serious about finding and preserving your health, you must eliminate all processed foods (refined flours, sugars, table salt, etc.), meats, dairy products (milk, cheese, yoghurt, etc.), all soy products, and seafood.

  • Clean out of your kitchen all aluminum cookware and utensils. Aluminum is a known toxic metal. When you cook in almunium pots and pans or use aluminum cooking utencils, the aluminum leaches into the food. Heavy metal poisoning causes many physical disorders such as alzhiemer's disease. All metal pots and pans should be phased out of your kitchen in favor of glass cookware.

  • Eliminate any microwave oven or teflon-coated cookware. Microwave ovens give off dangerous radiation levels. They also destroy the natural molecular structure of food, altering the natural enzymes.

  • Clean your kitchen in celebration of starting your new life. Once you have eliminated all the harmful trappings of your old lifestyle, you are ready to start your new life. Make positive changes in your kitchen and dining area. For example, buy new curtains, new tableware, or rearrange the furniture. Treat yourself to fresh flowers or a new salad bowl. You will be surprised how new surroundings will begin to heal you.

Equipment you will need:

  • Juicer

  • Blender

  • Food processor

  • Dehydrator

  • Distiller or other water purification system

  • Non-toxic household cleaning products and personal care products

  • Rebounder

  • Air purifier

  • See Starter Kits, Living Kitchen and Living Exercise

  • Shopping list

  • Plenty of fresh produce

  • Raw, unsalted nuts and seeds

  • Variety of dried herbs, spices

  • Whole grains: wheat, rice, millet, etc.

  • Oils of choice for cooking: olive, grape seed

  • Omega rich oils: flax, hemp, safflower, sunflower, borage, evening primrose

Food shopping

Go to the supermarket or health food store and shop for fresh produce, preferrably organic. Remember: most, if not all, conventional (non-organic) produce is pesticide-laden, irradiated, and possibly genetically altered. Conventional produce does not come with warning labels! Choose fruits and vegetables that appeal to you. Some fruits and vegetables may not be your favorites at this time. However, as you continue to eat raw, your tastes will change. Your taste buds will return. Food that did not taste good to you at one time will begin to appeal to you. Aquaint yourself with different varieties of fruits and vegetables and try a new variety once a week. Adding variety to your diet will encourage good eating habits.

Foods to avoid (as stated in God’s Way to Ultimate Health page 93,by George Malkmus):

Beverages: Alcohol, coffee, tea, cocoa, carbonated beverages and all soft drinks, artificial fruit drinks (kool-aid, gateraid, etc.) and all canned juices.

Dairy products: milk, cheese, eggs, ice cream, whipped topping, non-dairy coffee creamers

Fish: Clams, oysters, shrimp, lobster, and all fish

Fruit: Canned and sweetened fruits, conventional raisins

Grains: All white-flour products, all hull-less grains (pasta, crackers, snack foods, white rice, cold cereals, etc.)

Meats: All meat- hot dogs, bacon, sausage, liver, luncheon meats

Nuts and Seeds: All roasted and/or salted seeds and nuts, especially peanuts and peanut butter

Oils: All lard, shortenings, and margarine.

Seasonings: Table salt and pepper

Soups: All canned and creamed soups

Sweets: All refined white or brown sugars, syrup, chocolate, candy, gum, cake, cookies, donuts, pies, etc.

Vegetables: All canned vegetables, fried potatoes in any form, corn and potato chips.

Daily routine (sample)

Morning: Drink several glasses of purified water, Green drink- BarleyMax

Rebounding, stretching, weight workout, brisk walk 20 min. Increase intake of sunlight. Develop an exercise program that works for you

Mid morning: Carrot juice

½-¾ hr. before lunch- carrot juice.

Lunch: Raw soup, large vegetable salad, raw crackers, seeds or nuts

Note: Wash produce with non-toxic vegetable wash. Use plenty of dark, leafy greens to make a salad. Choose assorted vegetable combinations. Add herbs, seeds or nuts to salad for variety. Avoid cooked food at lunch.

Dinner: Large vegetable salad, cooked entrée such as baked potato, pasta, vegetarian casserole, slice of bread, etc.

Avoid late night snacks.

Get good rest and reduce stress in your life.

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