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The goal at Hallelujah Acres and that of their research arm, the Hallelujah Acres Foundation, is to take scientific study about vegetarianism, especially a primarily raw vegan diet, to a new level.

Much of the research conducted by health organizations in this and other countries typically does not have a vegetarian diet as the focus. However, most of the studies that include a nutrition assessment contain references to the benefits of eating more vegetables and fruits.

On this page you will find the raw vegan diet studies which theHallelujah Acres Foundation has conducted to date, and their results. As more funding is made available for the Foundation, they intend to conduct additional studies about dietary interventions and their benefits on health.

Vitamin B12 and the Hallelujah Diet (43 KB)
Water: The Choice for Long-Term Health (155 KB)
BarleyMax Protects DNA (819 KB)
Rhodia Probiotic Technical Data Summary Chart (20 KB)
Recent Advances in Iodine Nutrition (113 KB)
Nutrition and Cancer: A Review of the Evidence for an Anti-Cancer Diet (615 KB)
First Quantitative Evidence Proving The Efficacy Of Supplemental Enzymes (1.65 MB)
The Effects of Carrot Juice on Blood Glucose (74 KB)
The Effects of a Primarily Raw Vegetarian Diet on Fibromyalgia (404 KB)
Food and Nutrient Intake of Hallelujah Vegetarians (223 KB)
Metabolic B12 Status on a Mostly Raw Vegan Diet (212 KB)