I was diagnosed with Leukemia in March 2001, at the age of 52. The diagnosis was a difficult one for me as I was used to leading an active professional and personal life. My family and friends were alarmed and scared for me. However, being a registered nurse, I immediately started researching every medical and nursing journal and website I could find. One day, while walking through a Christian bookstore, I picked up a book on chronic illness and learned of The Hallelujah Diet. That evening, I remembered the name of the diet and typed it into my computer search engine. I found your website, and read all I could about the diet. Something told me that this was my hope for recovery.

After continued research into vegan diets, I went on an altered form of The Hallelujah Diet in May, 2001. I started feeling better within three weeks and found my energy returning, and feeling much like my former self. On my next visit to my oncologist, my blood tests were much improved. My oncologist told me to continue doing what I was doing. It was at this point, I told my doctor that I did not intend to have cancer much longer, and was going to beat it with my new diet. He picked up my lab tests and waved them in my face and said, 'Jackie, this is a malignant process, and I have never seen anyone defeat cancer with a diet. But if you do, tell me first, and I'll write it up and we'll both be famous.' I will someday soon remind him of that remark.

I finally got smart, and went on the total Hallelujah Diet regime on March 1, 2002. I am feeling stronger every day, and although I have not beaten this disease yet, I have absolute faith that God is with me every step of the way and will lead me to wellness. I wish that I could tell every person who is ill about The Hallelujah Diet. I do find that so many of my peers are skeptical. One of my physicians recently asked me if I was still on that 'Bible Diet?' I hope to become a Health Minister once I'm back to normal again and will definitely go on the bandwagon for The Hallelujah Diet. The medical and nursing professions need to understand this approach, and teach it as a preventative measure in routine care, to avoid illness in the first place. Thank you for opening the door to continued hope and wellness for me. I will always be grateful.

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