1. Scheduled meetings and events
2. Ministry update from Mary Louise;Town Jaqua,
Hallelujah Acres Health Minister
3 Feature article: ''Preserving the Harvest:
4. LIVING resources
5. Buying Tips and more
6. LIVING recipe: Root Slaw
1. Schedule of
meetings and events:
"How to Be Healthy!"
Mapping the way to ultimate
A lecture and video presentation
Thursday, November 10, 2011
FMI: click here
mornings and a recent (thankfully light)
remind us that winter is on its way. Nevertheless, we
savor a window of warm, sunny days before the cold
season officially begins. With all due haste, we are
bustling around to 'button up' the house and bed down
the garden. Keep up with us, if you can!
happenings at The Living Way continue to
abound. Last month's Atlas Awareness Day was a
redounding success as we welcomed seeing
Christine Bemish once again. A small group of
locals joined us to celebrate as well as participate
in Atlas wellness. We rejoiced as one woman
who received a correction experienced instant relief
from chronic back pain which was the result of a
accident a few years ago. The Atlas event was sparked
by a live food lunch, complete with freshly-picked
Maine apples and Concord Grapes. Suffice to say,
a healthy time was enjoyed by all!
last two HANDS-ON HEALTH meetings that
featured Dr. Gwen Scott's Natural Medicine and
Survival Guide has gone over well. Channel 7
be airing these videos soon. Tune in for this
information and share it around. Learn how to care
for yourself and those whom you love!
month's HANDS-ON HEALTH meeting will
address the all-important subject: How to be
Healthy. This presentation will be two-fold:
address by this Health Minister that will reveal the
secret to achieving excellent health and a supporting
video from the Hallelujah Acres' archives. If you
to improve the quality of your life, this meeting
you a helping hand onto the highway of superior
More information about our HANDS-ON HEALTH
meeting is posted here.
'Preserving the Harvest: Freezing Food'
month's feature article and will conclude our series
on food storage. While this final installment is
and simple, it will nevertheless address this popular
food preservation process. Hopefully the information
shared will be of help to all.
to important health news follow along in this
newsletter. For the sake of your better health, if
not survival, we encourage you to investigate this
information. Arm yourself with the truth and plan
accordingly. Consider becoming proactive. For good
or for ill, change is upon us.
the world continues to slide down an increasingly
unhealthy slope, those of us at The Living Way remain
dedicated more than ever to healthy living. Our
is still growing and harvests of assorted greens,
and herbs continue to come in from the backyard. Our
garlic is planted, I've semi-cleared the garden, and
readied our compost bins for the winter. For
of the recent ventures of this backyard farmer, click
winter makes its way to Maine and we re-acquaint
ourselves once again with the warmth of wood, we
are thankful for the blessings of hearth and home.
Living well is an art that takes commitment,
and practice. But we would not want it any other way.
Quality of life is important to us, and we hope that
it is to you, too. Live your life in terms of
not mediocrity. Make choices with your better health
in mind. Your life is worth it.
Article: ''Preserving the Harvest:
When it comes to food storage, freezing ranks as
being perhaps the most popular method of
Popping food into the freezer is quick and
When the need arises, frozen foods are easy to access
for incorporating into meals. With a little know-how
creativity, freezing foods can enhance a living food
60 Days with the Hallelujah Diet
For a hands-on approach to revitalizing your
let Hallelujah Acres walk you through the process!
This on-line coaching program will help you step-
by-step in transitioning to the Hallelujah Diet.
Complete with video instruction and enhanced with
healthy recipes, tips, and product info, this 60
Days program can be the experience of your
life! Best of all, it's FREE! Learn more about
the 60 Days program here.
For inspiration as well as information, tune into
Hallelujah Acres TV.
This 'channel' of knowledge
is an excellent resource for referencing recipes,
testimonies, how-to's, product info, and more.
HATV contains a wealth of healthy insight into
the issue of wellness. Access this 'living' library
News worth noting:
Know the Truth about
Care Bill H.R. 3200
Marti Oakley on
Nanotechnology in our food
Audio feed October 25, 2011 (hour 3) from
The Power Hour adio program
Related Articles from Marti Oakley's PPJ Gazette:
* Nanotechnology: Tracking food
from farm to fork...
and you right along
* How Close Are We to a
Nano-based Surveillance State?
* Nanotechnology in food: What's
the big idea?
* A Serious Warning about
Nano-Technology in Cosmeceuticals
* Geo-Accounting: Why NAIS and
other farm to fork
plans will never die
5) Buying tips
and order info
Food Saver V2040
Preserve the goodness of fresh food with
a Food Saver vacuum sealer. The Food Saver
makes food storage quick, easy, safe, and fun.
Seal food in bags, canisters and mason jars for
dry or frozen storage. Model V2040 is available
through Hallelujah Acres here.
If you want to purchase additional
including juicers, dehydrators, VitaMix,
etc., consider placing your order through us.
Your order can be drop-shipped in a matter of
days. Call us for more information.
Recipe: Root Slaw
Chioggia Beets from our garden
...a meal in themselves!
vegetables are earthy wonders that are
specially designed to fuel body cells during colder
months. Highly nutritious as well as tasty, they are
loaded with good carbohydrates, minerals, vitamins,
and more. Root vegetables are a healthy staple
for winter eating. This 'root slaw' is a fun and easy
way to incorporate the living goodness of root
vegetables into your daily meals!
Roots of choice:
Beets (Red, Golden, Chioggia, etc.)
Greens of choice (kale, lettuce, arugula, etc.)
2 tsp. grated fresh ginger
1-2 medium onions, leeks or 4-6
1 tsp celery seed
herbs of choice
juice of one small lemon
or chop greens into bite-sized pieces and place
in a large bowl. Finely grate and/or shred root
Thinly slice/cut onion, add herbs, ginger and toss
Dress with a healthy omega-rich oil or salad
For extra variety and nutrition, add: seeds (sesame,
hemp, sunflower, pumpkin), nuts (pre-soaked walnuts,
almonds, pecans), and/or dulse.
Learn about the health benefits of red beets here.
Organic ingredients always recommended.
LIVING Recipes at
Letter comes to you in Messiah's
love to encourage you toward achieving superior
health. Healing of the whole man is the
of our Heavenly Father. Begin now to receive
your new life...naturally and spiritually. YHVH is
able to do great and wondrous works, if we will
but trust and obey Him. YHVH bless you!
For your excellent
health and His glory,