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Recipe of the Month:
Eggless Egg Salad

Roy & Myrtle
80 years of eating the wrong foods, brought illness and disease into their lives. Five days at our Lifestyle Center in January, was the beginning of new life and wellness for this delightful, beautiful couple. Today, they radiate much better health, are pleased that they took the time to learn new habits and are very grateful that they attended this lifestyle center.

Click here to read Roy & Myrtle's Story!

Eggless Egg Salad
Ever miss Egg Salad since being on the Hallelujah Diet?  Well, we used to love egg salad sandwiches. We have found this recipe to be a wonderful replacement. It looks like it, it tastes like it – only thing is, it has a hint of “green color.” But us veggie people, like green! Dr Seuss would be proud with our green "eggless" eggs!

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Upcoming Events in the Brandon, Florida Area

Lessons from the China StudyLiving Food Potluck Meeting

Sunday, July 17, 2011
6:00 - 8:00 PM

We will be showing "Lessons from the CHINA STUDY" by T. Colin Campbell, PhD. Dr. Campbell draws from his research presented in his book, and presents a clear and concise message of hope as it dispels a multitude of health myths and misinformation.
Please bring a raw food dish to share or PAY $10 admission.
(Please bring full recipe with amounts and directions).
One Thing Prayer Center
777 W Lumsden Road, Brandon FL 33511

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Plant City Culinary Class

Sunday, July 10th
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Hallelujah Acres Lifestyle Center
4906 Thonotosassa Rd, Plant City FL 33565
Join Chef Sherry & Amberlee in food demonstrations that will tickle your taste buds. Only $29.95 per person!

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Lakeland Health Seminar

Monday, July 11th
6:30 PM - 9:00 PM

Victory Church - Room 116
1401 Griffin Road, Lakeland FL 33810
Learn about pH balance, detoxing the body, physical and spiritual components to disease and more!

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Winter Park Health Seminar

Saturday, July 23rd
10:00 AM - 1:00 PM

The Garden of Grace
3110 Howell Branch Road, Winter Park FL
Learn about pH balance, detoxing the body, physical and spiritual components to disease and more!

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Brandon Dinner and a Movie

Sunday, July 31st
6:30 PM - 9:00 PM

One Thing Prayer Center
777 West Lumsden Road, Brandon FL 33511
Come and join us for a Raw, Vegan, Four Course Dinner and a powerful SURPRISE video about how food is affecting our lives.

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Article: Our Disease Symptoms Have Causes

Jesus BrideYou are living life normally, everything seems in order – you go for your annual checkup and wham – you are diagnosed with disease. As you look back over the last year, you recognize that you did have some symptoms, but you ignored them; thinking they would go away.

What causes our diseases? Where did we go wrong? “I thought I ate healthy” is something we hear every week.  In our experience at The Hallelujah Acres Lifestyle Center, we have found five principals at work.

Click here to learn about toxicity, malnutrition, dehydration, spiritual roots and gentics!

Special of the Month

Veggie-isms


Brand New Eden T-Shirts!

$14.95 each
$11.95 July Special

*Must mention code 0711News at time of order to receive discount. Not Valid with any other offers or on previous orders. Offer Expires on July 31, 2011.

Cantaloupe

To pick a nice, ripe cantaloupe, there are a few things to watch for. First, look at where the stem comes from. There will either be an "innie" or an "outie." If a cantaloupe is ripe when it is picked, the stem will come off cleanly, leaving an "innie." If it is not ripe, you will see part of the stem left on it, an "outie."

Another thing you can do is to smell it. A ripe cantaloupe has a nice, sweet cantaloupe smell.

Finally, a ripe cantaloupe will be golden/orange in color. If it is green underneath the textured web, it is not ripe.

Note: Make sure it is not too soft - this indicates that the fruit is overripe. Cantaloupe will get softer after being picked from the vine, but it will not get any sweeter.

By: Amberlee Maya

Bonus Recipe: Cantaloupe Smoothie

Blend peeled cantaloupe, including seeds and ice. Voila! A great refreshingly cold drink!