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More About George H. Malkmus, Stowe D. Shockey & Peter Shockey
Malkmus is founder and president of Hallelujah Acres, a worldwide ministry teaching health from a Biblical perspective.
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I was healed of lupus Mar 27, 2007
5 years ago I was diagnosed with lupus...very sick. I really thought that my life was going to go downhill from that point as I did alot of research on the disease and for everyone it seems to just snowball and get worse and worse until they finally die of some kind of complications. Also, lupus patients are very highly medicated. I decided that instead of going the medical route I would try this diet of juicing carrots and eating an 85% plant based diet. I was only 3 days into the diet and started to gain energy that I hadn't had in years. I continued to get better and better...and really, 3 months into it I was pretty much healed of the disease. I had no idea that a person could feel so good. I felt and still do feel better than I can ever remember feeling. even as a teenager (I am 48). i also lost 25 lbs which was a nice plus. I don't follow the diet 100% right now, but I do try to stick to it as much as possible and I very seldom eat meat. I kind of know my limits now, so cheat alot, but still feel great! I completely, 100% recommend this diet to everyone...especially if you are sick. yes, it is a life style change, but if you really love life and want to live it to its fullest, you need to give this a try.
~Veggies Changed my Life/Health!~ Mar 6, 2007
The negative reviews are ridiculous! If the nay sayers would eat this way for just 30 to 90 days they would never go back! NEVER! I had a friend's husband diagnosed with prostate cancer given less than 6 months to live drastically change their "LIFESTYLE" for a chance for life. They embraced this way of eating & living. I watched them & saw him recover. I thought if anything bad ever happened to me I would do what they did. But my beer, pizza, cinnamon rolls, cookies, & steak were to important to me & I didn't really "need" to change. Only 2 years later my scare with cancer crossroads met me. I had to make a decision. I had to decide if my taste buds were in charge or was I. I took a month to "renew" my mind on what "food" was. My new definition was "Food was medicine & Medicine was my food". If it brought life & health to my body it was nourishing food for me. My mantra was "Goo, glue, mucus, & disease I don't want any of these". After 3 months my 19 year old daughter decided to join in on my "lifestyle" change- I looked better & felt better than she had ever seen me. (Proof in the pudding!) Not only is my cancer gone, 32 years of menstrual camps-gone, 23 years of adult acne-gone, 13 years of bronchitis 6 to 8 times yearly-gone, 30 pounds-gone, constipation since kindergarten- gone, there are even more issues but... I don't remember because I don't deal with them any more! All by just changing my diet! Food being my medicine! Too bad for all the nay sayers... Keep eating the foods that are bringing on your diseases. Just read "The China Study" or "The Mad Cowboy" or "Senior Fitness" or "Water for Health, for healing, for life" or "Eat to Live" or "Your Right to be Beautiful". It's funny how many friends & family were concerned about me cutting out all meat & dairy. They watched me closely. The people who were the most worried are now enjoying the benefits of eating a 100% plant-based diet mostly raw vegan diet too! They saw my changes & wanted them too. People, to find truth- follow the money trail. Are they selling you their product because it will nourish you or because of the profit? I'll stick with George Malkmus and eat the "Garden" foods. Because you know.. He started us out in the Garden. ;o) Gen 1:29
Pill free, Pain free, & Disease free... (my life goal... so far so good!) 2 1/2 years & counting.... "HALLELUJAH!"
Vegetarianism under the guise of religion Nov 12, 2006
When I bought this book, I thought there would be a connection between our Divine creation and how we should eat according to the Bible. There was some of that, but mostly, it's about an overzealous preacher who repeats himself in about every chapter with a "let's review what I said earlier" just to repeat himself verbatim as if the reader couldn't retain what he/she had read earlier. The writing style is "defensive" in that he foresees the reader feeling duped if the author doesn't back up his diet with a case study of sort. And there were too many (insert name)'s stories as if the writer couldn't stand alone on his blueprint for the new diet.
He made some good points that most people can swallow, but he's a proponent of vegetarianism stating that's what the Bible says we should do. And I specifically remember reading stories in the Bible about fish and loaves, so I don't put much credence into the promotion of vegetarianism on the pretense of the Bible saying that's the way we should eat. The author states that these Biblical figures lived for centuries and we have short lives because we eat "dead food." However, in the Old Testament, there were plenty of stories with lambs and feasts and those folks lived oh, 800 years (on an aside, I don't think I would want to live THAT long in our current social and political environment!).
There are some pretty interesting recipes in the back, so I'll try them, but as far as the diet goes - it's not all the jacket pumps it up to be. Organic and vegetables, yes. Do away with red meat, I can see that. But do away with fish that is a staple of the Bible - that's where you lost me.
I think the author would do well writing a book for dog owners who advocate the BARF diet (Biologically Appropriate Raw Food) as there are tenfold issues with the pet food industry than the USDA food industry (and I do believe there are severe problems with human food - as witnessed with spinach e-coli outbreaks of late).
I give the book a "3" rather than a "2" for the recipes in the back and that's all.
Hallelujah Nov 5, 2006
This book has been very interesting reading. I have MS and by following the recommendations of this diet I am seeing improvement in my condition, and, hope to see more. I would recommend this book to all.
Hallelujah Diet gift for cancer patients Aug 30, 2006
I did not read the entire book but perused it, as it was a gift for a friend struggling with cancer. The book touts a connection to what we eat with what cancers occur. This diet and the organization behind it, have worked miracles for other friends, so I thought I would take a shot. The diet is not easy, as it recommends heavy on the "RAW"; and a flat hand to fast food..(just like every health book); but it also delivers HOPE to those who have little hope left. And a dear neighbor (who was not supposed to live past Christmas 05) today is in full remission and swears by this book. (She also looks better at 60 than she has looked in the past 25 years). So - I recommend any book that gives those with no hope - NEW HOPE. Best wishes.