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Food and nutrient intake of Hallelujah vegetarians

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Reports the results of a survey of followers of the mostly raw, pure vegetarian, Hallelujah diet, which is promoted by the Hallelujah Acres Foundation in the USA. Seven-day semi-quantitative dietary records kept by 141 followers of the diet were collected and analyzed for nutrient intake. Claims self-reported improvements in health and quality of life after adoption of the diet were significant (p < 1E-07). Mean daily consumption of fruits and vegetables was 6.6 servings and 11.4 servings, respectively. Salads, fruits, carrot juice and grain products provided 60-88 per cent of most nutrients. The mean energy intake was 1,460kcal/day for women and 1,830kcal/day for men. Claims that, with some modifications, this diet pattern allows people to adopt a low calorie diet sufficient in most nutrients.
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Keywords: Diet; Fruit; Nutrition; Vegetables; Vegetarians

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 2001-12-01

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