7/7/14 at 12:59 PM 0 Comments

Fall In Love With Food Again

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If you are like most people, you like food. There is an abundance of foods at Birthday parties, Christmas, Thanksgiving, Hanukkah, New Year’s Eve, church gatherings, births, funerals, graduations, baptisms, holidays, and of course, “just because” are all great reasons to eat good food. How does your body react to the foods that you’re consuming throughout each day and on these countless “special” occasions?

Do you notice that after these great food sessions, you’re a little slower, your mind seems a bit fuzzy, or you experience some strange aches and pains?

In the news we hear more and more about the connection between disease prevention and the foods we consume. But, who wants to eat “healthy” foods if they don’t taste good? Healthy foods have the reputation of being good for you, but you believe that you have to sacrifice taste.

Doesn’t chocolate peanut butter pie, strawberry ice cream or blueberry cheesecake sound better than the so-called rabbit foods like – lettuce, carrots and greens?

Most people think that we eat because we are hungry. The truth is that there are many reasons why we consume food: Enhancing growth, nourishing the body and promoting health and longevity are all reasons for eating food. When you look at it that way, we place a lot of responsibility on food. Obviously, if we eat the right things we’ll have health. The wrong foods though directly contribute to sickness and disease because the body isn’t being given what it needs to stay strong.

As we’ve discussed in previous blogs, we have an awesome God. He gave us the right to “choose.” Just like we can choose to accept Jesus as our Lord and Savior, we choose what we put into our mouths. If we choose the wrong foods, then we invite sickness and disease. Yes, the foods we consume play a significant role in causing diseases such as arthritis, cancers, and heart disease.

What if we could consume foods that not only taste amazing, but also leave the body healthy and strong, instead of weak and diseased? We understand how confusing the information is about what it’s like to eat healthy. Adding to the confusion are all of the companies that are promoting products that they say are “natural” or “healthy”, yet there is no evidence of true health improvement from their products.

The Hallelujah Diet has served the Christian community for over 20 years providing insights and guidance on supporting the body as it (the body) tries to heal and reverse diseases like cancer, arthritis, heart disease, diabetes, and more. We teach people to create delicious foods that truly support long-term health. We help you get through the myriad of bad information that originates from agendas rather than an altruistic attempt to keep the body’s temple strong in it’s desire to continue to work for the Lord.

Join us this week as we explore the foods that provide maximum nutrition, while tasting great, too! Whether you are an avid health nut and watch carefully everything you place in your mouth, or, you have always wanted to learn to eat better, you will learn how to improve your health by eating wiser, more nutritious foods—without sacrificing flavor!

Tomorrow we’ll discuss the best way to make high quality nutrition that will help the body recover from sickness and most diseases. Until then, if you are looking for something yummy, yet healthy, take a look at the recipe section on

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