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Monday, November 26, 2007

Natural Beauty by David Wolf


NATURAL BEAUTY
Best-selling author reveals ways to cleanse, nourishand beautify with a variety of organic, fresh foods
January 19, 2004 – One of the earliest diets known to man — consisting entirely of raw, plant-based foods—will go down as one of last year’s hottest health, fitness, and gourmet trends. “It is much more than a fad of the moment,” says raw nutrition expert and author David Wolfe in his new book Eating for Beauty. “A raw food diet is now considered a viable way of life for serious health seekers around the world.” The living food movement, led by Wolfe and other high-profile raw foodists, has begun to replace the vegetarian movement as a healthy alternative to the fast food, pre-packaged, fat-laden meals most Americans eat today. Why raw?The raw-food culture is a mix of alternative health devotees, spiritual seekers, and hot trend spotters. Hollywood is not new to the raw lifestyle—Wolfe has personally counseled actors Alicia Silverstone, Alison Lohman and Woody Harrelson, motivational speaker Anthony Robbins, and model/Playmate Rebecca Scott. Wolfe and his chef staff have prepared raw feasts for The Grateful Dead; k.d. lang and Lisa Bonet have attended seminars. To anyone who eats cooked food, the idea of eating only raw food might seem extremely restrictive, too taxing on your body. Yet there is solid evidence that a living plant food diet eases digestion, boosts energy, and eliminates carcinogens. As the nation embarks on their New Years’ resolution goals, Wolfe urges people to seriously look at the safety of the Standard American Diet (also known as the SAD diet.) “Fifty percent of the U.S. population dies of heart disease,” he notes, “which is caused by poor diet and is therefore preventable and even reversible with proper diet, as tens of thousands of cases have shown. “In the next ten years, cancer will surpass heart disease as the number one killer in the United States. We know that the best way to prevent cancer is to limit our exposure to carcinogens. The number one way of exposing ourselves to carcinogens is through cooked commercial food. Raw plant food actually contains anti-carcinogenic nutrients, so it’s an obvious better choice.” Eating for BeautyIn Eating for Beauty, Wolfe describes how to cleanse, nourish, and beautify by utilizing the benefits of a fresh-food diet. Readers can apply the lessons contained within this book to improve their health, vitality, and appearance. Eating for Beauty reveals:
How to incorporate natural raw plant foods into your diet to lose weight, gain strength, become more beautiful, and achieve vibrant health
The specific benefits of such raw foods as: fruits, vegetables, sprouts, nuts, seeds, seaweeds, and Superfoods (spirulina, blue-green algae, wheatgrass)
Yoga and Exercise—how to radically increase flexibility and muscle tone through diet
Natural skin care—which natural foods enhance beauty, and which are conducive to clear skin and a glowing complexion
The role and value of most nutrition supplements and herbs on the market today
Natural aphrodisiacs and better sex through proper nutrition Why now?Some suspect that baby boomers are a significant factor - they are getting older and are looking for alternative solutions to their health issues. Wolfe sees the timing as something more elemental. “Everything in the universe works in balance: Hot/Cold, Boom/Bust, Yin/Yang,” he says. “The raw-food movement represents a movement towards purity, controllability, and accountability of food quality. It balances the “anything goes” philosophy of industrial age and fast food. It represents a beautiful opportunity to step into the future of computer age food that allows us access to the best, instead of settling for less than excellent choices.” About David Wolfe (www.sunfood.com)David Wolfe is the leading authority on the raw food philosophy – a lifestyle and diet that has swept through Hollywood and far beyond. David is one of the most sought-after health and personal success speakers in the world today. He conducts over 100 health lectures and hosts five raw adventure retreats each year in the United States, Canada, Europe and the South Pacific. The author of Eating for Beauty, The Sunfood Diet Success System and Nature's First Law: The Raw-Food Diet, David is also a professor at Dr. Gabriel Cousens’ Living-Food Nutrition Masters Program (www.treeoflife.nu) in Patagonia, Arizona. David is CEO of Sunfood Nutrition Inc., the world’s largest distributor of books, juicers, audio/videotapes, bulk organic foods and exotic raw foods. The company launched a web site, www.sunfood.com, in October 1997 and had sales of over million in 2003.

I also recommend with this diet to practice regular colon hydrotherapy or colonics

Superfoods 101 by David Wolf




The content of this article may help to solve one of humankind's greatest challenges. It describes a technological breakthrough in understanding of the natural and ideal human diet. We have discovered the appropriate foods and herbs that benefit everyone with maximum nutrition, flavor, health benefits, energy, as well as minimum calories and no trans fatty acids.
Each and every human being has the inalienable right to pursue noble ideals. Because we were all born into the world with one known principle — “You are what you eat” — we can, in our pursuit of noble ideals, discover that there are indeed noble foods that assist us in achieving our dreams.
These special, noble foods and herbs fall into three time-proven, yet brand-new food groups:
1. Superfoods: These include foods that have many unique properties. For example, the goji berry (a superfood) is a source of complete protein, immune-stimulating polysaccharides, liver-cleansing betaine, anti-aging sesquiterpenes, antioxidants, over 20 trace minerals, and much, much more. Compare this to a normal food, such as celery.
2. Superherbs: These include herbs that have super tonic and adaptogenic properties as well as many other unique gifts. For example, reishi mushroom (a superherb) helps support a healthy immune system, heart, lungs, kidneys, as well as assisting with rejuvenating brain and connective tissue.
3. Living, raw plant foods: These are important, normal foods that include most fruits, vegetables, nuts, seeds, seaweeds, sprouts, grasses, fresh herbs, and fermented foods (i.e. sauerkraut).
Even though these foods have been with us for thousands of years, universal knowledge and education about their use and their world-wide availability in clean, microbe-free, organic form have not been available until now.
We truly live in a time of unprecedented abundance. Having access to the world’s greatest superfoods, superherbs, and living, raw plant foods at this level of quality, is a first in human history.
Specifically, the superfoods and superherbs not only immediately help nourish the brain, bones, muscles, skin, hair, nails, heart, lungs, liver, kidneys, reproductive system, pancreas, and immune system, they can also, over the long-term, correct imbalances and help to guide us towards a more natural and original diet. That means that by consuming the superfoods and superherbs it makes it dramatically easier to achieve your ideal weight, diet, food habits, as well as assisting in easing detoxification and the transition to more living, raw plant foods…all without will power! Additionally, the superfoods and superherbs help you to do this without having to take petroleum-chemical-based vitamin and mineral supplements.
The Natural and Original Diet of Humankind
If you would like to achieve the best health ever, the best relationship with food ever, and have the most fun with your food ever, we recommend that you consume the top 10+ superfoods, the top 10+ superherbs, raw and living food cuisine and do your best to minimize everything else you are eating.
The Top Superfoods Include:
Goji Berries
Cacao Beans (cacao nibs, cacao powder, cacao butter)
Maca (regular maca, red maca)
Acai
Bee Products: Honey, Bee Pollen
Spirulina
Blue-Green Algae
Aloe Vera
Noni
Yacon Root (powder and syrup)
Hemp Seed
Incan Berries
Kelp
The Top Superherbs Include:
Vanilla Bean
Pau D'Arco
Cat's Claw
Chanca Piedra
Camu Camu Berry
Horsetail
How To Add Superfoods and Superherbs Into Your Diet
Any of the superfoods and superherbs can be added into anyone’s diet. Simply discover the one’s you like and stick with them. Get out a blender and make entirely new types of shakes, smoothies, and beverages out of superfoods. Make all kinds of teas with the superherbs. Better yet, take your superherb tea and blend it with superfoods.
Interestingly, superfoods and superherbs meet and exceed all our protein requirements, our vitamin and mineral requirements, glyconutrient (essential polysaccharide sugar) requirements, essential fatty acid requirements, immune system requirements, and so much more!
Superfoods can be (and should be) consumed raw because 150 years of research has now demonstrated that living, raw food is superior in vitamin content, enzymes, co-enzymes, usable protein, usable minerals, glyconutrients, and many other elements of nutrition. Additionally, raw food is natural. Raw is how Nature provides us with food.
Superherbs can be consumed as raw powders or as teas. One can make Sun teas, moon teas, infusion teas, cold teas, hot teas, etc.). Hot teas are best made using wood burning stoves, high quality water (preferably spring water), stainless steel pots, and water temperatures that are slowly heated to, yet preferably do not exceed, 170 degrees Fahrenheit (77 degree Celsius). The herbs should be added to the water when it is cold.
Because they are organic, grown without greed, chemicals, or artificial fertilizers, the superfoods, superherbs, and living, raw plant foods are great for you and the best choices ever to help the planet. Culturally we tried better living through chemistry and ended up with an explosion of disease. Now it is time to get back to original raw foods, superfoods, and superherbs so that we can begin to really enjoy every moment of the gift of life.
Written by David WolfeCopyright 2007
Sunfood Nutrition is the world’s leading source of the highest quality superfoods on the market today. We are a distributor of the finest quality, most innovative and nutritious foods that the world has to offer. Our products are inspired by the principles of sustainable, organic agriculture, living in harmony with nature and ethical global cooperation.
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Sunday, November 4, 2007

Juice Therapy:


Vegetable and Fruit juices

By Rev. George Malkmus

How can we most readily furnish our body with the elements needed?

The premise of Dr. Norman W. Walker in writing Fresh Vegetable & Fruit Juices is that the primary cause of nearly every sickness and disease is the deficiency of vital organic minerals,vitamins and enzymes in our diet. Then, Dr. Walker asks, "How can we most readily furnish our body with the elements needed?"

The answer is the book's title itself, Fresh Vegetable & Fruit Juices, and you may find incredible what was known by Dr. Walker as early as 1936, when this book was written. The fact that Dr. Walker lived to be over 100 and wrote his last book when he was over a century may be considered as evidence that he knew his subject matter pretty well. He was seriously ill in his early 40’s when he was convinced to go the natural health route. He went on to practically invent carrot juice and the concept of healing with fresh vegetable and fruit juices.

"Except for accidents, all the repair and regeneration of our body must come from within," Dr.Walker writes. "If the blood stream, cells and tissues, organs, glands and all the rest of the body does not contain these elements in their proper proportion, or if any of these elements is deficient, then the body is out of balance and the condition develops which is known as Toxemia, and Toxemia means just plain poison. "In order to regain and maintain the proper balance of health, most of the food we eat must contain live, vital, organic elements. These elements are found in fresh-raw vegetables, fruits, nuts and seeds," he adds. The Earth and its waters are full of minerals, but the only source we have of organic minerals and organic water that our body can assimilate is plant life. "The rays of the sun send billions of atoms into plant life, activating the enzymes and by this force they change inorganic elements into organic or life-containing elements for food," Dr. Walker writes.

The advantage in juicing vegetables is that this process separates the living, vital, organic minerals, vitamins, and distilled water from the fiber (pulp). With the fiber removed, our body can assimilate these vital nutrients in liquid form in about 10 to 15 minutes, Dr. Walker writes. Fiber has no nutritional content, requires several hours -- and considerable energy -- for digestion,and some deterioration of nutrients occurs before food reaches our cells. Dr. Walker emphasizes, however, that fiber is an important element in our diet, because it acts as an "intestinal broom" as it travels through our stomach, duodenum, 25 feet of small intestine and colon. This fiber should be obtained by eating a good quantity of raw fruits and vegetables.

Once food is cooked, this fiber turns to a mush that leaves a coat of slime on the walls of our intestines, which can putrefy and cause Toxemia, a sluggish colon, constipation, colitis, diverticulosis and other problems, Dr. Walker writes. Once food is cooked, its oxygen (a vital element) is lost, enzymes are destroyed "and most of the vital force needed for nourishment is dissipated … One can eat four or five big meals a day, and yet the body may be starved through the lack of the vital elements in the food and the disturbance of the enzyme balance." Dr. Walker notes, "As a rule it will do no great harm to occasionally eat a little cooked food, but never fried food, provided that a sufficient quantity of raw food is also eaten." And he recommends a vegetarian, non-dairy diet. Clearly a physician ahead of his time, Dr. Walker warned nearly 60 years ago that hope for finding a cause and cure of cancer "does not lie in the field of fantastic speculation and destructive research by means of uncontrollable radium experiments, but rather in the deficiency of life in the atoms of the food we eat." In addition to ruling out cooked food as a source of anything vital for the body, Dr. Walker notes the limitations of medical drugs: "There is not a drug in the world that will supply the blood stream with anything in a way in which the body can use it for permanent repair or regeneration."

This regeneration must come from within the body , and Dr. Walker states vegetable juices are the best source of the nutrients needed for regeneration. Even in 1936, Dr. Walker said results of Juice Therapy "in helping the body recover from nearly every disturbance or ailment, have been almost phenomenal the world over... Today, any person not familiar with the nutritional and recuperative value of fresh vegetable and fruit juices is woefully uninformed." He notes, "Fruit juices are the cleansers of the human system …Vegetable juices are the builders and regenerators of the body. They contain all the amino acids, minerals, salts,enzymes, and vitamins needed by the human body, provided that they are used fresh, raw, and without preservatives, and that they have been properly extracted from the vegetables."

Dr. Walker advises, "Just as long as we include a variety of vegetables in our food
combinations, we need not fret or worry about obtaining all the minerals and Vitamins we are trying to furnish our body." Nonetheless, Fresh Vegetable & Fruit Juices offers an exhaustive listing of fruit and vegetable juices, detailing the specific amounts of 21 different elements, vitamins and minerals contained by each fruit and vegetable. The book also includes a list of 87 different juice formulas, and in cooperation with Dr. R.D. Pope, M.D., Dr. Walker (a Doctor of Science) lists 155 ailments, with one or more of the 87 juice formulas recommended for the
treatment of each ailment.

Much information is presented about the specific values of different vegetable and fruit juices. For example, carrot juice is referred to as "the richest source of Vitamin A which the body can quickly assimilate," and it also offers an ample supply of other vitamins and minerals. Because of Vitamin A's benefit to the moist lining of our various membranes, carrot juice "helps prevent infections of the eyes and throat as well as the tonsils and sinuses and the respiratory organs generally."

Because of its high calcium content, carrot juice is valuable in the improvement and
maintenance of bones and teeth. "One pint of carrot juice, daily, has more constructive body value than 25 pounds of calcium tablets," he notes. Like all minerals, calcium must be in an organic (living) form to be assimilable by our body. He warns that a calcium deficiency can result from drinking pasteurized cow's milk, and that this form of calcium "is just as inorganic as that used in making cement." It can't be used by the body, and ends up forming kidney stones, gall stones, hemorrhoids or tumors, he warns. As for "foods" such as candy, soft drinks and ice cream, Dr. Walker notes, "The human digestive processes were never intended by Nature to be called upon to convert these so-called foods into nourishment for the cells and tissues of the body. The result of using them is apparent in the degeneration of the human system... To consider the brief span of two or three score years as constituting old age is nothing less than a downright insult to Nature and to our Creator.

It is a shameful admission that we do not know how to live and have not taken the trouble to learn the first principles of regenerating our body. It is a confession that we eat ourselves into the grave by catering to our appetites."Vegetable and Fruit juices By Rev. George Malkmus
How can we most readily furnish our body with the elements needed? The premise of Dr. Norman W. Walker in writing Fresh Vegetable & Fruit Juices is that the primary cause of nearly every sickness and disease is the deficiency of vital organic minerals, vitamins and enzymes in our diet. Then, Dr. Walker asks, "How can we most readily furnish our body with the elements needed?" The answer is the book's title itself, Fresh Vegetable & Fruit Juices, and you may find incredible what was known by Dr. Walker as early as 1936, when this book was written.

The fact that Dr. Walker lived to be over 100 and wrote his last book when he was over a century may be considered as evidence that he knew his subject matter pretty well. He was seriously ill in his early 40’s when he was convinced to go the natural health route. He went on to practically invent carrot juice and the concept of healing with fresh vegetable and fruit juices. "Except for accidents, all the repair and regeneration of our body must come from within," Dr. Walker writes. "If the blood stream, cells and tissues, organs, glands and all the rest of the body does not contain these elements in their proper proportion, or if any of these elements is deficient, then the body is out of balance and the condition develops which is known as Toxemia, and Toxemia means just plain poison.

"In order to regain and maintain the proper balance of health, most of the food we eat must contain live, vital, organic elements. These elements are found in fresh-raw vegetables, fruits, nuts and seeds," he adds. The Earth and its waters are full of minerals, but the only source we have of organic minerals and organic water that our body can assimilate is plant life. "The rays of the sun send billions of atoms into plant life, activating the enzymes and by this force they change inorganic elements into organic or life-containing elements for food," Dr. Walker writes.
The advantage in juicing vegetables is that this process separates the living, vital, organic minerals, vitamins, and distilled water from the fiber (pulp). With the fiber removed, our body can assimilate these vital nutrients in liquid form in about 10 to 15 minutes, Dr. Walker writes. Fiber has no nutritional content, requires several hours -- and considerable energy -- for digestion, and some deterioration of nutrients occurs before food reaches our cells.

Dr. Walker emphasizes, however, that fiber is an important element in our diet, because it acts as an "intestinal broom" as it travels through our stomach, duodenum, 25 feet of small intestine and colon. This fiber should be obtained by eating a good quantity of raw fruits and vegetables. Once food is cooked, this fiber turns to a mush that leaves a coat of slime on the walls of our intestines, which can putrefy and cause Toxemia, a sluggish colon, constipation, colitis, diverticulosis and other problems, Dr. Walker writes. Once food is cooked, its oxygen (a vital
element) is lost, enzymes are destroyed "and most of the vital force needed for nourishment is dissipated …

One can eat four or five big meals a day, and yet the body may be starved through the lack of the vital elements in the food and the disturbance of the enzyme balance." Dr. Walker notes, "As a rule it will do no great harm to occasionally eat a little cooked food, but never fried food, provided that a sufficient quantity of raw food is also eaten." And he recommends a vegetarian, non-dairy diet. Clearly a physician ahead of his time, Dr. Walker warned nearly 60 years ago that hope for finding a cause and cure of cancer "does not lie in the field of fantastic speculation and destructive research by means of uncontrollable radium experiments, but rather in the deficiency of life in the atoms of the food we eat." In addition to ruling out cooked food as a source of anything vital for the body, Dr. Walker notes the limitations of medical drugs: "There is not a drug in the world that will supply the blood stream with anything in a way in which the body can use it for permanent repair or regeneration."

This regeneration must come from within the body , and Dr. Walker states vegetable juices are the best source of the nutrients needed for regeneration. Even in 1936, Dr. Walker said results of Juice Therapy "in helping the body recover from nearly every disturbance or ailment, have been almost phenomenal the world over... Today, any person not familiar with the nutritional and recuperative value of fresh vegetable and fruit juices is woefully uninformed." He notes, "Fruit juices are the cleansers of the human system …Vegetable juices are the builders and regenerators of the body. They contain all the amino acids, minerals, salts, enzymes, and vitamins needed by the human body, provided that they are used fresh, raw, and without preservatives, and that they have been properly extracted from the vegetables."

Dr. Walker advises, "Just as long as we include a variety of vegetables in our food
combinations, we need not fret or worry about obtaining all the minerals and Vitamins we are trying to furnish our body." Nonetheless, Fresh Vegetable & Fruit Juices offers an exhaustive listing of fruit and vegetable juices, detailing the specific amounts of 21 different elements, vitamins and minerals contained by each fruit and vegetable. The book also includes a list of 87 different juice formulas, and in cooperation with Dr. R.D. Pope, M.D., Dr. Walker (a Doctor of Science) lists 155 ailments, with one or more of the 87 juice formulas recommended for the treatment of each ailment.

Much information is presented about the specific values of different vegetable and fruit juices. For example, carrot juice is referred to as "the richest source of Vitamin A which the body can quickly assimilate," and it also offers an ample supply of other vitamins and minerals. Because of Vitamin A's benefit to the moist lining of our various membranes, carrot juice "helps prevent infections of the eyes and throat as well as the tonsils and sinuses and the respiratory organs generally."

Because of its high calcium content, carrot juice is valuable in the improvement and
maintenance of bones and teeth. "One pint of carrot juice, daily, has more constructive body value than 25 pounds of calcium tablets," he notes. Like all minerals, calcium must be in an organic (living) form to be assimilable by our body. He warns that a calcium deficiency can result from drinking pasteurized cow's milk, and that this form of calcium "is just as inorganic as that used in making cement." It can't be used by the body, and ends up forming kidney stones, gall stones, hemorrhoids or tumors, he warns.

As for "foods" such as candy, soft drinks and ice cream, Dr. Walker notes, "The human
digestive processes were never intended by Nature to be called upon to convert these so-called foods into nourishment for the cells and tissues of the body. The result of using them is apparent in the degeneration of the human system... To consider the brief span of two or three score years as constituting old age is nothing less than a downright insult to Nature and to our Creator. It is a shameful admission that we do not know how to live and have not taken the trouble to learn the first principles of regenerating our body. It is a confession that we eat ourselves into the grave by catering to our appetites."
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I also recommend with this diet to practice regular colon hydrotherapy or colonics

The Hallelujah Diet

The Hallelujah Diet®
By Reverend George Malkmus

Breakfast: Upon rising, take one serving of BarleyMax® , either in capsule or powder form. (Take the
powder dry, dissolving it in the mouth, or mix it in a few ounces of distilled water at room temperature.)
Do not eat cooked food, or foods containing fiber at this meal, as these hinder the cleansing process
while the body eliminates accumulated toxins.

Mid-Morning: Drink an eight-ounce glass of fresh vegetable juice
(2/3 carrots and 1/3 greens). If fresh juice is not available, the next
best choice is a combination serving of CarrotJuiceMaxTM , and BarleyMax® or a piece of juicy, fresh fruit. About 30 minutes
later is an ideal time to use Fiber Cleanse as directed, B-Flax-DTM, or freshly ground flaxseed to help maintain optimal bowel function.
Lunch: Before lunch, have another serving of BarleyMax®, taken as at breakfast. Thirty minutes later, eat
either a raw vegetable salad or raw fruit. This also is an all-raw meal, as cooked food is limited to the
evening meal. Fruit should be limited to no more than 15% of total daily food intake.

Mid-Afternoon: Drink an eight-ounce glass of carrot/vegetable juice. If juice is not available, a serving of CarrotJuiceMaxTM,
BeetMax, or some carrot or celery sticks are second best.

Supper: Before dinner, have another serving of BarleyMax®, taken as at breakfast and lunch. Thirty minutes later, eat a LARGE green salad comprised of leaf lettuce (never head lettuce as it has very little nutritional value) along with a variety of vegetables. After the salad comes the only cooked food of the day, the 15% cooked food portion allowed on The Hallelujah
Diet®. This could be steamed veggies, a veggie sandwich on whole grain bread, baked sweet potato, squash, etc. (If desired, Lunch and Supper can be switched, but only one meal should contain cooked food on any given day.)

Evening: If desired, a piece of juicy, fresh fruit or a glass of freshly extracted apple or pear juice may be
consumed.

The Hallelujah Diet Explained

The Hallelujah Diet, once understood, is very simple. We follow a ratio of 85% raw and 15% cooked food each day, with the cooked food usually coming only at the end of the evening meal.

The 85% Portion

This is an abundance of God’s natural foods, uncooked (raw), and
unprocessed. The dense living nutrients found in raw foods and their juices are what meet and satisfy our cells’ nutritional needs, so that a person no longer needs to struggle with uncontrollable hunger. These live foods are also what produce abundant energy and vibrant health. The following are items from each
category that fit into the 85% portion of each day’s food intake:
Beverages: Freshly extracted vegetable juices, BarleyMax, CarrotJuiceMax, BeetMax, and distilled water

Dairy Alternatives: Fresh almond milk, creamy banana milk, as well as frozen banana, strawberry, or blueberry “fruit creams”
Fruit: All fresh, as well as unsulphured organic dried fruit (Limit fruit to no more than 15% of daily food intake.)
Grains: Soaked oats, raw muesli, dehydrated granola, dehydrated crackers
Beans: Green beans, peas, sprouted garbanzos, sprouted lentils, and sprouted mung
Nuts and Seeds: Raw almonds, sunflower seeds, macadamia nuts, walnuts, raw almond butter or tahini, and raw ground flaxseed (Consume sparingly.)
Oils and Fats: Extra virgin olive oil, Udo’s Choice Perfected Oil Blend, flaxseed oil (the oil of choice for people with cancer, except men with prostate cancer, who may be better served meeting the essential fat needs through freshly ground flaxseed), and avocados
Seasonings: Fresh or dehydrated herbs, garlic, sweet onions, parsley, and salt-free seasonings
Soups: Raw soups
Sweets: Fruit smoothies, raw fruit pies with nut/date crusts, date-nut squares, etc.
Vegetables: All raw vegetables

The 15% Portion

The following foods make up the 15% portion of The Hallelujah Diet. These cooked foods follow the raw salad at the evening
meal. This cooked food portion can be very delicious, and actually proves beneficial for those trying to maintain body weight.
Beverages: Caffeine-free herb teas and cereal-based coffee-like beverages, along with bottled organic juices
Beans: Lima, adzuki, black, kidney, navy, pinto, red, and white
Dairy: Non-dairy cheese, rice milk, and organic butter (Use sparingly.)
Fruit: Stewed and unsweetened frozen fruits
Grains: Whole-grain cereals, breads, muffins, pasta, brown rice, millet, etc.
Oils: Mayonnaise made from cold-pressed oils
Seasonings: Same as the 85% portion plus unrefined sea salt (Use sparingly.)
Soups: Soups made from scratch without fat, dairy, or table salt
Sweeteners: Raw, unfiltered honey, rice syrup, unsulphured molasses, stevia, carob, pure maple syrup, date sugar (Use very sparingly.)
Vegetables: Steamed or wok-cooked fresh or frozen vegetables, baked white or sweet potatoes, squash, etc. While this list at first appears limiting, there are hundreds, if not thousands, of exciting recipes that meet these criteria. See our selection of recipe books for additional ideas.

Foods to Avoid

These foods create most of the physical problems we experience, and are NOT part of The Hallelujah Diet. They should be eliminated from the diet as quickly as possible.
Beverages: Alcohol, coffee, tea, cocoa, carbonated beverages and soft drinks, all artificial fruit drinks, including sports drinks, and all commercial juices containing preservatives, refined salt, and sweeteners
Dairy: All milk, cheese, eggs, ice cream, whipped toppings, and non-dairy creamers
Fruit: Canned and sweetened fruits, along with non-organic dried fruits
Grains: Refined, bleached flour products, cold breakfast cereals, and white rice
Meats: Beef, pork, fish, chicken, turkey, hamburgers, hot dogs, bacon, sausage, etc. (All meats are harmful to the body and a contributing cause of most physical problems.)
Nuts & Seeds: All roasted and/or salted seeds and nuts. (Peanuts are not a nut but a legume, and very difficult to digest.)
Oils: All lard, margarine, shortenings, and anything containing hydrogenated oils
Seasonings: Refined table salt, black pepper, and any seasonings containing them
Soups: All canned, packaged, or creamed soups containing dairy products
Sweets: All refined white or brown sugar, sugar syrups, chocolate, candy, gum, cookies, donuts, cakes, pies, or other
products containing refined sugars or artificial sweeteners
Vegetables: All canned vegetables with added preservatives, or vegetables fried in oil

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I found this article in "Back to the Garden" magazine by Hallelujah Acres, Issue number 47.
I also recommend with this diet to practice regular colon hydrotherapy or colonics