Chlorophyll is a phytonutrient found in all green plants and is the basis of all plant life. It is the molecule that traps the most elusive of all powers – light. Chlorophyll is the first product of light and therefore contains more light energy than any other element. We humans are all solar-powered, once removed. […]
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Enjoy this delicious raw vegan condiment on pretty much anything! Yield: 4 cups. 3 C. Green Olives 2 C. Black Olives 6-8 Cloves Garlic 1 Bunch Parsley 6 T. Lemon Juice 1/8 tsp. Crushed Red Pepper Flakes Combine garlic, parsley and lemon juice in a food processor and blend. Add olives and pulse. Toss in […]
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Every person has their story. Each with it’s own path. Winding up a mountain of challenge, joy, and memory, we are grateful to those who came before… Towards the end of my teenage years I began studying many subjects that always have revolved around how to better the human condition. In late 2012 those endeavors […]
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One spring afternoon in Atlanta, when my daughter was three years old, she invited a friend from day- care to walk to the neighborhood playground with us. We were holding hands and walking together when suddenly our houseguest broke away and dashed ahead towards the shade of a huge pine tree. She crouched down, turned […]
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This fun take on the classic chia pudding incorporates Brazil Nut Milk and Coconut! It’s also sugar free making it the perfect snack anytime of the day. Ingredients: ¼ C Chia Seed Vanilla Bean 1 C. Brazil Nut Milk Unsweetened Coconut Flakes  Technique: Add brazil nut milk to the chia seed. Let it sit for […]
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What if you were told you had inoperable cancer? My hell began with the words: “You have an inoperable cancer, and it’s your leg or your life!” My orthopedic oncologist spoke these words after failing in an attempt to surgically remove the tumor in my left knee. “I can’t guarantee your survival after the amputation,” […]
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While wheatgrass juice has many powerful medicinal properties, it may taste sweet to some people while it may taste bitter to others. The way you perceive the taste depends upon your history – how much you exercise, how healthy you have recently been eating, and how many toxins you have been exposed to in your […]
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Fresh lime juice, mint, and lots of zest! This dipping sauce is perfect for nori rolls, spring rolls, or even to use inside your favorite wrap. This recipe will yield one cup. Enjoy! 1/2 C. Raw Sesame Oil 1/4 C. Red Bell Peppers, Roughly Chopped 2 T. Fresh Lime Juice 4-5 Drops Liquid Stevia Extract […]
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Growing up in Sweden in the mid twentieth century did not make me question my mother’s perpetual smoking in closed cars and our tightly buttoned-up home.  Her love superseded the effect her health-destroying habit had on the family.  Growing up in the New York / New Jersey area as a boy I did not suspect […]
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On being vegan One of the first questions that a vegan commonly gets asked is to define the difference between their lifestyle and that of a vegetarian’s. Vegetarians don’t eat any meat (which includes animal flesh coming from cows, pigs, chickens, sea creatures, and any other animal) but some of them still eat dairy products […]
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In the fall of 2015, I was given a copy of Brian Clements outstanding writing regarding supplements, “Supplement Exposed .” I read it over a five hour flight coast to coast, and marveled at the information, and science that it contained. I had spent the precious several years learning the nutritional basis of Nitric Oxide […]
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What better way to say I love you mom, than to gift your mom a day of health. $199  for a day at the world renowned Hippocrates Health Institute. Melt away stress with an 80 minute organic aroma-infused personalized holistic massage. Nourish and nurture with our unlimited sumptuous organic raw vegan buffet. (served daily 12:30 […]
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Hello spring! We love this season and the fresh outdoor potlucks and picnics that come with it. Enjoy this recipe for raw vegan pesto and toss with your zucchini noodles for that perfect pasta salad. Yield: 3.5 Cups Ingredients: 2 C. Dehydrated Pine Nuts 10 oz. Basil (stems removed) 1/2 Tbsp. Blended Garlic 1/2 Bunch Parsley 1/2 […]
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Sadly, the current statistics reveal that most of us are overweight or obese. These are harsh words to start an article but to resolve this crisis, it is mandatory that we accept these facts. Most doctors in practice have it all wrong. It is not their fault because medical schools do not seem to be […]
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By Christopher Daniel Gonzalez, CPA MST CHHC CR Stop and count to ten! Sound familiar? It is a phrase my mother often told me as a kid when my emotions got the best of me. For those who know me closely, they are quick to point out I was quite the riot when I was […]
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Happiness always generates a ripple effect. Whatever you create from a place of joy, not only impacts your happiness but other people will be attracted and ultimately want to pass it on. This can be passed on in conversations, events, situations and relationships in ways you thought could never happen. How does it matter how […]
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Here at Hippocrates we’re always introducing new products that we ensure are sustainable, biodegradable, low voc, eco-friendly. These are all terms that we’re very used to here at Hippocrates Health Institute, but may be considered complex to the normal household. Lately though, we have seen a shift in the way people are thinking and finding […]
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Have you ever wondered what the planet Earth will be like in a hundred years? What kind of legacy are we leaving for our children’s children? If you ask a hundred different people, you will get an amazing array of answers, most based on a lack of understanding about the impact we are having on […]
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Kids love bright and sweet beets! Try our Lovin’ Kale Beet Salad for a tasty plate of greens that everyone will enjoy. Ingredients: 2 Bunches Lacinato Kale, Thinly Sliced 3 Large Beets, Shredded Dressing: 4 Oz. Lemon Juice                                ½ Small […]
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by Karen Ranzi, MA According to the Harvard School of Public Health, “Childhood obesity has been called ‘one of the most serious public health challenges of the 21st century,’ and with good reason. Obesity can harm nearly every system in a child’s body—heart and lungs, muscles and bones, kidneys and digestive tract, as well as […]
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