Reverend Cures His Colon Cancer with Raw Food Diet








(TRFW News) At the age of 42, Reverend George Malkmus was given only grim options when it came to his colon cancer. Fortunately, instead of accepting defeat, Malkmus decided to take his health into his own hands, and began focusing on a raw food diet.

With a brave and determined attitude and a little bit of faith, a now-healthy Malkmus spreads his knowledge and belief of the raw food diet wherever he goes.(1,2)

Malkmus Finds Immediate Positive Results from his Raw Food Diet

With advice from a friend who, “discouraged me from going the medical route, and encouraged me to do something as simple as change what I ate”, Malkmus immediately turned to his diet for answers, rather than to medication.(1)

He was happy to adopt healthier food options, and made the diet change overnight. Malkmus explained that “I almost immediately started to get well…within a year my baseball-sized tumor had vanished-disappeared without any medical help whatsoever”.(1)


Amazing news for the reverend who was so thankful for his change in health, that he immediately set to spread the word to all those who would hear it. Seventy-nine at the time of the video, Malkmus joyously commented “Here I am- just about to be eighty years old here in a couple of months, and I haven’t had a cold since I made the diet change.”(1)

An amazing example for others, Malkmus has proven that changing the direction of your health is possible at any age, and experiencing life to its very fullest is attainable for anyone.

Malkmus Spreads His Faith of the Raw Food Diet to Others

Since curing himself naturally, Malkmus and his wife Rhonda have opened a ministry called “Hallelujah Acres”, a biblical ministry that teaches health from a biblical perspective.(1) In its popularity, Malkmus has been able to train over ten thousand health ministers, to teach others about the importance of a raw food diet and spread the word of good health.

Today, Hallelujah Acres has now become the “Hallelujah Diet”, which has helped millions of people better themselves, and cure over one hundred and seventy different physical problems including terminal cancers.(1)

Reverend Malkmus views the raw food diet as part of a religious history, but his message remains the same as others who have adopted the healthy lifestyle: “Our health is dependent on us…we are the care takers of that body.” (1)

With a continued raw food diet, George and Rhonda have remained “energetic and disease-free well into their senior years. They still travel regularly, eagerly spreading the message about eating well”. (2)

George Malkmus had a history of colon cancer in his family, but that did not stop him from deciding to have faith in the raw food diet, and let a natural lifestyle decide what would happen to his health.

It doesn’t matter your history or your age, Malkmus’ story is a great example of the endless possibilities and amazing results of a raw food diet. If you would like to hear more about what the Malkmus family is doing to spread the word, visit If you’re new to the raw food diet, visit for some general information about diffrent raw foods and how you can make and/or purchase them.

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Bananas kick ash !


Potassium: Bananas are a rich source of potassium, an essential compound that is good for the body in many ways. First, it helps with muscle contraction and therefore helps all the bodily functions that require muscular action, like pumping the heart, digestion, walking, eye movement, to name but a few.

  1. Calcium Retention: The potassium also prevents calcium from leaching out of your body through urine, which means it minimizes the risk of kidney stones and osteoporosis.
  2. Mood-Booster: Do you know why many people feel happy after Thanksgiving dinner? It’s not just the alcohol consumed, it’s the tryptophan. Tryptophan helps the body release seratonin, which has a calming effect on the brain. Our bodies do not produce tryptophan naturally, so bananas are a great source.
  3. Vitamin Booster: Citrus fruits usually get all the glory for vitamin C, but the bright yellow banana also provides 15 percent of our daily requirement! Vitamin C is a great anti-oxidant that fights free radicals, helps produce collagen (think supple skin) and reduces inflammation. And a banana contains 20 percent of our daily requirement of vitamin B6, which helps the body create non-essential amino acids that produce healthy cells, fight infections and produce insulin.
  4. Fat- and Cholesterol-Free: But not sugar free, so while you may be avoiding fat and cholesterol while snacking on a banana, don’t forget there’s up to 14 grams of sugar in a regular ripe banana. To avoid that much sugar, try eating ones that aren’t overly ripe—the longer it ripens, the more sugar a banana has.
  5. Fiber: Who doesn’t need more fiber? Even if you’re not eating a banana for the obvious reasons people eat fiber (improved digestion, shall we say), it can be a great snack if you need to stay full for longer, like before a long meeting.
  6. Portability: Who doesn’t like wonderfully fresh food that comes in its own biodegradable packaging? Oranges and other fruits with rinds don’t compare to the ease of peeling a banana. And, if you want to peel a banana properly, take a hint from the gorilla we discussed earlier, and peel it from the bottom. Try it!


The Reason Europe Bans American Apples


It’s sad when one of the biggest ‘super powers’ can’t even export a quintessentially American food to another country because it is too toxic to eat. But apples treated with diphenylamine (DPA), a substance which keeps them from turning brown for months at a time when they are kept in storage, is now a sore spot for importers of American apples.

DPA isn’t harmful all by itself, but it breaks down into carcinogogenic elements. It’s been used since 1962, but was banned in the European Union in 2012 since producers couldn’t answer inquiries about its safety. European food safety regulators wanted more information on it, but none could be summoned. The apple industry simply responded with one study “that detected three unknown chemicals on DPA-treated apples, but it could not determine if any of these chemicals, apparently formed when the DPA broke down, were nitrosamines.”

British scientists, John Barnes and Peter Magee, in 1956, reported that dimethylnitrosamine produced liver tumors in rats, and later went on to test other nitrosamines and N-nitroso compounds. They found that the compounds caused all kinds of problems, including liver cancer, lung cancer, and even botulism.

“Nitrosamines occur commonly because their chemical precursors–amines and nitrosating agents–occur commonly, and the chemical reaction for nitrosamine formation is quite facile. Research on the prevention or reduction of nitrosamine formation has been productive, and most of the items shown in the table contain considerably lower amounts of nitrosamines than they did a few decades ago.”


Caution: GMO, Non-Browning Arctic Apple Coming Soon

No wonder European officials were concerned. In 2012, they slashed the allowable levels of DPA on apples to 0.1 parts per million, but now they don’t want those gleaming, spot-free apples normally seen on super market shelves in the States, at all. DPA residues were found on over 80 samples taken from US imports, with an average reading of 0.42 parts per million, well above their ‘allowable’ level.

Funny then, how the U.S. EPA Office of Pesticides tasked with reviewing all pesticides and chemicals on our agricultural produce told the EWG that they had no idea their was a ban on DPA. The EPA then had the nerve to tell the EWG that they had no intention of reviewing DPA safety standards, in light of European’s refusal to eat our poisoned fruit.

Reminds you of the Snow White fairy tale, doesn’t it. Here, little lady, eat the fruit. The Europeans said no thanks, and the rest of us would be better off getting our apples from a bunch of cutely named dwarves.

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Genetically Modified Maggots may Appear in Fruit Due to GMO Fruit Fly Experiment in Brazil

Wait – wasn’t the point of making genetically modified crops to make them pest resistant? At least that is what biotech companies tell us. Monsanto’s own website says, for example, that “Bt, or Bacillus thuringiensis, is a modern solution to insect control.” So why on earth would Brazil allow for GMO Mediterranean fruit flies (Ceratitis capitata), which have been planned to be unleashed on millions of acres of fruit trees?

While the experiment has yet to be given a release date in Brazil, the GM fruit flies are likely going to lead to GM maggots in fruit that will then be illegally exported to Europe and other countries. What could cause this?

Once released, the genetically altered fruit flies will mate with flies to produce female offspring which will fail to reach full maturity, thereby leaving GM maggots inside fruit. This hair-brained scheme is another wacky brainchild of the biotech industry as a means to reduce wild populations of Mediterranean fruit flies, but there is obviously no precedence, no field testing which proves this would be safe, and will likely lead to other imbalances in the ecosystem which can create further super bugs that will make a mere fruit fly seem like a welcome friend.

Furthermore, to reduce the wild fruit fly population, it must be outnumbered by a 10 to 1 ratio, meaning that a whole lot of GM maggots may infiltrate fruit from Brazil. This will include its exports of melons, grapes, mango, apples, papayas, and plums. Europe is Brazil’s primary export market. The British and Dutch made almost two thirds of their fruit purchases from Brazil in 2013, and Spain, Germany, Portugal, Canada, the UAE, Uruguay, Italy, and Argentina were close behind.

This is comparable to the creation of genetically modified mosquitoes to wipe out Dengue Fever. Oxitec, a UK-based company responsible for the creation of genetically modified insects, is currently involved with pilot programs concerning the release of GMO mosquitoes. This has already raised some questions which can also be asked for the GMO fruit flies:

  • What could happen to the ecosystem and local food chain after it has been infiltrated with genetically modified bugs?
  • Who will regulate the release, and who will be responsible in the event of complications – to any degree?

Even though food containing genetically modified organisms is supposed to be tested, and labeled, there are currently no laws to protect consumers from GM maggots. These are creepy times indeed. I think I’ll grow my own heirloom fruit. Here are 5 foods you can grow from store-bought produce.


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