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A Day on
The Hallelujah Diet

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A Day on The Hallelujah Diet

The Hallelujah Diet Concept

Make The Diet Fit Your Life


Not The Other Way Around

The key is to fit The Hallelujah Diet into your life, rather than trying to fit your life into the diet. If that
means having the cooked portion of your food at a different time of day, go ahead. Just remember the
basics get 85% of your nutrients from raw foods and keep cooked foods to a daily maximum of 15%.

BRE AK
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MID-MORNING







Kids

Children need a 50/50 ratio of


raw to cooked foods throughout
the day and may need more
frequent meals.
Discover all the benefits of
The Hallelujah Diet for kids
in Pregnancy, Children & The
Hallelujah Diet by Olin Idol, ND,
CNC (available at www.hacres.
com/store or 800.915.9355)

BarleyMax

Fresh vegetable juice (see mid-morning).


See Snacks Ideas or invent your own (mostly raw).

Eat a large portion of raw foods first


(ie.
salad). Include healthy fats like nuts,

15%
Cooked*
option
OR
Blended
Salad

Snack Ideas






Fresh fruit (keep fruit to


15% of your daily intake)
Green smoothie
Broccoli or celery sticks
with almond butter
Invent your own (try to
keep snacks raw)

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Mostly
Raw
Vegetables

seeds, avocados, etc.


For cooked portion ideas,
see the chart on page 17.

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Mostly
Raw
Vegetables

Survival Bar, pita pocket with veggies, etc.

MID-AFTERNOON

BarleyMax

Healthy
Fats

8 oz glass of freshly extracted vegetable juice


(2/3 carrots, 1/3 greens).
If you dont have a juicer, blend one serving each of
CarrotJuiceMax and BarleyMax
30 minutes after, use Fiber Cleanse (first 90 days
of The Hallelujah Diet), B-Flax-D, or freshly
ground flax seed. These help maintain good
bowel function.

to keep lunch as raw as possible.


Try
Eat
a vegetable salad, blended salad (salad
smoothie), green smoothie, Hallelujah Acres

Take BarleyMax before


or with your meal.

15%
Cooked*
option

Take
BarleyMax
before or
with your
meal.

Oatmeal
(15%
Cooked)*
Option

lu

OR
Fruit

Eat something easy to digest, like a green


smoothie (see recipe on page 7), fruit, whole grain
cereal (raw) or oatmeal with rice milk or almond milk.
If you eat cooked food now, eat raw for the rest of
the day.

AS

Green
Smoothie

BarleyMax Take first thing in the morning.


(powder or capsule)

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To keep your cooked


*
food portion to a 15% daily

maximum, fill up on raw foods


first at all meals, then add cooked
food at ONE meal.
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A Day on The Hallelujah Diet

Breakfast
When you wake up each day take one serving of BarleyMax, either in capsule or powder form. You may take
the powder dry, allowing it to dissolve in your mouth or mix it with a few ounces of purified water or fresh
vegetable juice. Try not to consume food containing fiber first thing in the morning. Fiber hinders your bodys
cleansing and eliminating efforts which continue for several hours after you get up. If you need something with
fiber at breakfast, you could eat a piece of fruit, a fruit smoothie, or whole grain cereal with almond or rice
milk.
NOTE: Children need more than BarleyMax for breakfast. After BarleyMax, a breakfast of raw fruit and whole grain
(hot or cold) cereals are good choices. Children need a diet consisting of about 50% raw foods and 50% cooked
foods to ensure adequate caloric intake. Children are growing rapidly, so they need more good fats and proteins than
adults and may need more frequent meals.
Mid-Morning
Drink an 8 ounce glass of fresh vegetable juice (two-thirds carrot and one-third greens). If fresh juice is not
available, the next best choice is a combination serving of CarrotJuiceMax and BarleyMax, or a piece of juicy,
fresh fruit. If you didnt consume the fruit smoothie earlier in the morning, then this is a great time to enjoy
it. Thirty minutes later use Fiber Cleanse as directed, B-Flax-D, or freshly ground flax seed to help maintain
optimal bowel function. Ground flax seed may be used in the fruit smoothie. If you need to stabilize blood
sugar, keep hunger under control, or support body weight, you could eat some celery sticks, broccoli,
cauliflower florets, etc., spread with almond butter.
Lunch
At least 20 minutes before lunch have another serving of BarleyMax. If youve eaten fruit earlier in the day, have
a vegetable salad. Too much fruit in a day is not advised. Though the sugar in the friut is natural, too much sugar
can cause problems. (Fruits cleanse the body while vegetables feed the body.) While we prefer to eat raw food
at lunch, a little cooked food is fine, especially if you want to gain weight. A whole grain pita pocket filled with
veggies makes a nice meal if you would like some cooked food at lunchtime.
Mid-Afternoon
Drink an 8 ounce glass of carrot/vegetable juice. If juice is not available, a serving of CarrotJuiceMax and
BarleyMax or some carrot or celery sticks would be the next best option.
Supper
At least 20 minutes before supper, have another serving of BarleyMax. Then have a LARGE green salad with
leaf lettuce (head lettuce has very little nutritional value) along with a variety of vegetables, including some
avocado, ground seeds, or nuts. A blended salad, when practical, comprised of all the vegetables that would
go into a regular salad plus additional greens (spinach, kale, etc.) increases nutrient value tremendously. The
cooked food portion at supper could be steamed veggies, baked sweet potato, whole grains, whole grain pasta,
squash (baked or steamed), or beans.
Evening
You can enjoy a piece of juicy fresh fruit, a glass of freshly extracted apple or pear juice, or a glass of 100%
organic apple or grape juice. It is best to not eat or drink anything containing fiber after supper.

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A Day on The Hallelujah Diet

The Hallelujah Diet follows a ratio of 85% raw, uncooked, and unprocessed food and
15% cooked food.
The 85% Raw Portion
This portion of The Hallelujah Diet is comprised exclusively of the garden foods God told us to eat in Genesis
1:29. The dense, living nutrients found in raw foods and their juices produce abundant energy and vibrant
health while satisfying our cells nutritional needs so we no longer struggle with uncontrollable hunger.
Beverages: Freshly extracted vegetable juices, BarleyMax, CarrotJuiceMax, BeetMax, and re-mineralized
distilled water.
Dairy Alternatives: Fresh almond milk, hemp milk, rice milk, creamy banana milk, as well as frozen banana,
strawberry, or blueberry fruit creams.
Fruit: All fresh, unsulphured, organic dried fruit (limit fruit to no more than 15% of daily food intake).
Grains: Soaked oats, raw muesli, dehydrated granola, and dehydrated crackers.
Beans: Green beans, peas, sprouted garbanzos, sprouted lentils, and sprouted mung beans.
Nuts & Seeds: Raw almonds, sunflower seeds, macadamia nuts, walnuts, raw almond butter, and tahini
(consume sparingly).
Oils and Fats: Extra virgin olive oil, Udos Choice 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.
Sweets: Fruit smoothies, raw fruit pies with nut/date crusts, date-nut squares, etc.
Vegetables: All raw vegetables.
Soups: Raw soups.

The 15% Cooked Portion

Cooked foods follow the raw salad at lunch or evening meals and can prove beneficial for those trying to
maintain body weight.
Beverages: Caffeine-free teas, cereal-based coffee-like beverages, bottled organic juices, and distilled water.
Beans: Lima, adzuki, black, kidney, navy, pinto, red, and white.
Dairy: Non-dairy cheese, almond milk, rice milk, and hemp milk (use sparingly).
Fruit: Stewed and unsweetened frozen fruits.
Grains: Whole-grain cereals, breads, muffins, pasta, brown rice, millet, etc.
Oils: Vegan mayonaise made from cold-pressed oils, extra virgin olive oil, Udos Choice 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.

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A Day on The Hallelujah Diet

Seasonings: Same as the 85% portion, plus unrefined sea salt (use sparingly).
Soups: Soups made from scratch without fat, dairy, or refined table salt.
Sweeteners: Raw, unfiltered honey, rice syrup, unsulphured molasses, stevia, carob, pure maple syrup, date
sugar, and agave nectar (use very sparingly).
Vegetables: Steamed or wok-cooked fresh or frozen vegetables, baked white, yellow or sweet potatoes,
squash, etc.

Liquid Intake

Hydration is vitally important. We encourage the intake of at least 1/2 ounce of liquids per pound of body
weight daily. We get this through the water in our raw foods, our vegetable juices, and purified water (distilled
water is best, but should be re-mineralized and alkalized with WaterMax before long-term use).

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