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Hallelujah Acres products anyone?

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mom2greatkids
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http://ecommerce.hacres.com/?utm_source=Hacres&utm_medium=Web&utm_term=Nav&utm_campaign=E-Commerce

Hi Ladies?

Have any of you purchased any products from Hallelujah Acres?

Thanks,

Carla

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Tethys41
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I have not purchased any from them, but in looking at what they offer, nothing jumps out at me as being beneficial for ovarian cancer patients, and many appear to have flaws. What are you looking for?

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mom2greatkids
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Good question, I'm not really sure what I'm looking for. LOL! Actually, I am wanting some healthy, convenient snacks and meal replacements. Do you have any suggestions?

Thanks.

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Tethys41
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I find that smoothies made with coconut milk from a can (regular, not lite) are a good option for meal replacements (Native Forest brand comes in cans that are BPA free). Or you can used cultured coconut milk from SO Delicious, which will add beneficial gut flora to your smoothie. Add some whey protein (Vital Whey is a good brand) and some organic berries and/or some raw cacao, and you have a very healthy meal with lots of healthy fats and antioxidants. Don't balk at the fats, they won't make you gain weight. None of these ingredients should interfere with chemo.
For snacks, I look for gluten free jerky and raw, organic nuts.

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