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Traveling puts most of us into unfamiliar territory. What is the best way to stay vegan and incorporate as much raw foods as possible? Reduce any stress by remembering the following: Always take your algae products and all-purpose digestive enzymes with you to fulfill basic high-octane nutritional requirements. When you buy airplane tickets, whether in person, by phone, or […]
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Spend the day with us! Breast Cancer Awareness Month Special  For Breast Cancer Awareness during October we are offering a special Spa Day package for $299 that includes a 50 minute Lymph Massage, 50 minute Colonic, a fabulous raw vegan lunch and dinner, and use of our world-class facility including ozonated pools, hot and cold […]
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October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, it was started to increase awareness of the disease.  Most people are aware of breast cancer… but many forget to take the steps to detect it in its early stages and encourage others to do the same. Since September 26,2008 I have been giving a breast lecture every Saturday […]
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Mosquitos live in almost every part of the world. Here are a few natural and safe remedies that we use here at Hippocrates Health Institute to prevent these pesky insects that are totally non-toxic to humans and do not damage the environment: Install a bird house – a single Barn Swallow will eat up to 850 mosquitos […]
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Dietary cookies with almonds, spelled and spices.
In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month coming up in October we wanted to incorporate a recipe that is low in sugar and high in selenium. According to a study published by Biomed Pharmacother in 2007 selenium exhibited anti cancer potential with MCF-7 human breast cancer cells. Ingredients: 3 Cups Brazil nuts, soaked overnight and rinsed 3¾–4 […]
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Just because you’re trying to avoid sugar doesn’t mean your culinary options need to be boring! Enjoy this Coconut Cheese Cake brought to you by Chef Renate Wallner of Hippocrates Health Institute. Crust: Chop very fine in food processor: 3 cups dehydrated pecans Then add: 1 T vanilla (alcohol free), 1/4 t stevia, 1 T […]
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Did you ever wonder why children’s documented behavioral problems and learning difficulties became such an epidemic over the past few decades? Look no further than the sweeteners added to their diets, at home and at school, over that same period of time. Ever wonder why Alzheimer’s disease and dementia in general became an epidemic beginning […]
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The Baobab is a beautiful rare tropical exotic tree native to Madagascar, Africa, and Australia. It has been called the Tree of Life for its almost mythical powers that some cultures attach to it. The massive trunk of the Baobab holds large amounts of water. Upon maturity the tree commonly grows thirty feet in diameter […]
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Sugar is an umbrella term for sweetness in its many forms—cane sugar, beet sugar, honey, molasses, fruit juice concentrate, maple syrup, high-fructose corn syrup, agave nectar, among the many naturally-occurring and synthetically-derived sweeteners known to humans. In early recorded history it was mostly a sweetener experience dominated by sugar cane and honey, and that is where our story begins. 8,000 BC—It is […]
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Wheatgrass in glassy pot and glass with wheatgrass juice on wooden surface
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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Woman juicing with fresh fruit and vegetables.
Incorporating a raw living food lifestyle can seem very daunting when it’s your first time. Throw in the many sources of information and misinformation and the journey can soon get very overwhelming. If you have already been eating a raw living food diet, daily stressed that try to derail you include temptations of convenient foods, […]
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Looking for an easy delicious recipe to make at home? Try our famous Tacos with Red Pepper Corn Salsa! Walnut Tacos Yield: 2 cups Taco “Meat”: 3 C. walnuts, soaked and dehydrated 1-2 cloves garlic 2 T. chili powder 1 tsp. Bragg’s Aminos*Optional 1/4 tsp. cayenne 1. Combine all ingredients in a food processor. 2. Process […]
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Ready to kick your salad up a notch? Explore spice with this zesty Cajun Collards recipe. For the salad, your preferred amount of: Collards (chiffonade cut) Sliced Onion Sliced Carrot For the dressing (keep any left over for tomorrows salad): 2.5 Red Bell Peppers, Roughly Chopped 2 oz. Lemon Juice 1.5 Cloves Garlic 1.5 TBSP […]
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Australian woman contemplating sunrise next to the sea.
What does it mean to be ageless? Is it a physical or mental state of being? Or is it a state of spiritual awareness? Or perhaps it is a combination of all three? The time has come for us to shift our societal beliefs around what it means to age and how we feel about […]
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Drinking fresh wheatgrass juice is literally drinking liquid starlight! All life on this planet comes from the sun. You are solar powered once removed. Only green plants can transform the sun’s energy into chlorophyll through the process of photosynthesis. Plants use starlight to produce fuel that your body and your cells need to live. Chlorophyll […]
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Raw Vegan Tabbouleh: ½ Cup grated cauliflower 1 Clove garlic clove, minced (optional) ¼ Cup fresh lemon juice or lime juice 1 Bunch chopped fresh flat-leaf parsley 1 Bunch chopped fresh cilantro ¼ Bunch chopped fresh mint ½ Red pepper very finely chopped 1 Bunch scallions, finely chopped ¼ Cup extra virgin olive oil ½ […]
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Wakame seaweed/Japanese food
1) Sprouts, sea vegetables and fresh water algae are among the most nutritious foods on the planet. 2) Sea vegetables are a good source of iron, calcium and iodine. Iodine helps protect you against radiation. [1,2] 3) Fresh water algaes, green and blue-green, have 55% more protein. There are 65 different minerals in blue-green algae. […]
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Vitamin D is the sunshine vitamin, which is a fat-soluble vitamin that functions as a prohormone (hormone precursor). Vitamin D is synthesized in the skin from 7-dehydrocholesterol after exposure to UVB rays. Vitamin D3 (also known as cholecalciferol) occurs naturally in small amounts in foods such as, sunflower sprouts, fenugreek sprouts, shiitake mushrooms, basil and […]
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Springtime Gardening
The earth does not like to be naked. If you leave the earth naked it will clothe itself – with weeds. The solution in the garden is to clothe the earth around your plants with some sort of ground cover to help suppress the growth of any weeds. The best type of ground cover is […]
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Nutritional supplements have a role to play in keeping our immune systems healthy, but at least 90 percent of the nutriceuticals being sold today, rather than being directly extracted from plant sources, are fabricated by pharmaceutical companies, which mix petrochemicals with other synthetic chemicals. We recommend only using nutriceuticals that are whole food supplements, directly […]
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