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  • ISBN-13: 9780929619026
  • Publisher: Hallelujah Acres Publishing
  • Publication date: 10/28/2004
  • Edition number: 3
  • Pages: 279
  • Product dimensions: 8.40 (w) x 10.90 (h) x 0.80 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 19, 2001

    Good info, but some potential problems

    In this book, Rev. Malkmus promotes his ¿Hallelujah Diet.¿ He bases his diet on Genesis 1:29. Rev. Malkmus believes this verse teaches that we should eat mostly raw plant foods, with most of the diet being raw fruits and vegetables.</p> <p> It is true that raw fruits and vegetables are very healthy and that people need to eat more of these foods. And Malkmus does do a good job of pointing out the problems with the standard American diet. However, there are potential problems with the diet he advocates. First and foremost is that many people simply could not exist on such a diet as it supplies insufficient calories and nutrients.</p> <p> For instance, Rev. Malkmus presents what he eats in the book (p.92). It is mostly raw fruits and vegetables, along with some cooked foods at dinner, such as a baked potato, brown rice, or whole grain pasta. He also takes several supplemental foods he advocates. Altogether his diet probably provides less than 1,000 calories.</p> <p> Simply put I would starve following such a diet. I know as I did eat such a diet for a week as part of a ¿detox¿ routine. I lost five pounds and was ravishingly hungry by the end of the week. The detox was supposed to last ten days, but the hunger forced me to stop it after seven days.</p> <p> Now I know that the idea of loosing five pounds in a week sounds great to many people, but such rapid weight loss is generally followed by just as rapid weight gain when one goes off of the diet. The only successful weight lose program is one that can be followed indefinitely. Such is not the case with such a restrictive diet. Following such a diet for a week can be good to ¿clean you out,¿ but to follow it indefinitely would simply be too difficult for many people.</p> <p> There are also some serious gaffs in this book. The worst is the claim on page 245 that the body can manufacture vitamin B12 from green leafy vegetables and sea vegetables. It is true that some kinds of seaweeds contain vitamin B12, but such foods are not common in the US. And in no way can the body manufacture vitamin B12 in a form that is usable by the body. This is vastly important as a vitamin B12 deficiency can cause serious and irreversible nerve damage. Anyone following a strict vegetarian diet like Malkmus advocates MUST take a vitamin B12 supplement.</p> <p> The overarching problem with Malkmus¿s book is he bases his entire diet on one verse of the Bible. Yet there is much else that the Bible has to state on the subject of nutrition and foods beyond this one verse. It is for this reason that I overview all of the relevant Bible verses in my book <i>Creationist Diet: Nutrition and God-given Foods According to the Bible</i>. It presents an easier to follow alternative to Malkmus¿s type of diet.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 1, 2006

    No Other Way To Live

    I read a review concerning the book 'God's Way', and the writer spoke of vitamin B12 being absent from such a diet. This is totally true, because the body makes all the vitamin B12 it needs. The problem is most of us are ignorant of this fact. You see in the morning when we awake if we would but swish warm water in our mouths and swallow it we would access the vitamin B12 the body makes under the tounge while we sleep.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 22, 2004

    Sure George isn't God but he is Right!

    What ever you do don't pay too much attention to the commment about the $300 juicer. That is the most important expense you need to commit to in this diet. There is a huge difference between a $30 dollar juicer and the one Rev. George recommends. Spend a little time researching the difference if $300 seems too much. And don't worry after the $30 one breaks the other one will go another 20 years without even sweating. Even so the whole point is that you want to get the most nutritional value out of the juice you make. And you can only get that from a masticating type juicer. Believe me you don't want to skimp on this part.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 29, 2002

    Changed Lifestyle

    Anyone who is living an "average" life (health-wise), is sick or on their death bed should not only read this book, but also follow the principles outlined for a truly healthy lifestyle (note: lifestyle, not diet).

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 26, 2001

    The Way to health and vitality!

    The lifestyle promoted in God's Way works and is healthy long-term. Dr Malkmus has written Why CHRISTIANS GET SICK in which he speaks of over a hundred verses the Bible teaches about nutrition. I recommend it also. The hallelujah diet does recommend a B-12 supplement--this is a recent finding and has been incorporated into the teachings of Hallelujah Acres now---It has been found that vegetarians AND non vegetarians may suffer from vit b-12 deficiency. Barley Green has live enzymes in it and is a whole live food because of the way it is 'processed'--it is part of the juicing program taught by Dr Malkmus. The reason certain juicers are recommended is for quality of juice. Centrifugal juicers do not extract enough nutrition to be effective because of the oxidation, friction, heat, produced by the high speed spinning basket. Seek to understand the reasons why certain things are recommended before you judge too quickly. Juicing and the percentage of raw foods (75% or more) versus cooked ('nutritionally dead') foods makes this lifestyle very UNIQUE, and EFFECTIVE for many degenerative diseases, weight loss, and vitality. Go to website hacres.com to read more about it. God's Way is life-changing! He designed our bodies to be self-healing when given the proper fuel. It is hard for some to see truth, or to change from the SAD we have been on for so long. God's Way teachings is supported by MANY health pioneers of the past, and many current ones! Eating live foods brings health---eating processed, dead foods, robs our bodies of health. Give the Hallelujah Diet a try.

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