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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The Hippocrates store is continuously looking for the newest, the best, and the cleanest products to help you maintain your healthy Lifestyle. All products we bring in are scrutinized to ensure that not only are the ingredients clean, but that the companies who manufacture the products also believe in a healthy lifestyle for their customers […]
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There’s something so comforting and nostalgic about a breakfast cereal. What if you could have one that was raw vegan? Our Buckwheaties are not only a fantastic morning (or anytime) option, but buckwheat is also gluten free, great for helping to lower cholesterol, and fighting high blood pressure. Ingredients: Hulled Buckwheat Groats Cinnamon & Stevia […]
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As health educators, we understand the importance of starting early on the path to lifelong wellness. However, recent events have left us wondering what we can do for children who attend increasingly underfunded public schools where they learn little about being healthy, productive, contributing members of our society. Using our Hippocrates Health Education to help […]
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“It’s not stress that kills us, it is our reaction to it” This quote from Hans Selye, the ‘father’ of modern-day stress, holds the key to understanding our continued failure to improve our response to everyday stress. If living in a cave on top of a remote mountain is not an option, we should accept […]
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A Two-Year-Old At Heart Years ago, when I worked as a nursery school teacher, I noticed how two year olds are extremely straight-forward with their feelings. They cry when they’re sad, laugh when they’re happy, and scream when they’re angry. (Shoot, they’ll bite when they’re angry!) Two-year olds are so impulsive with their feelings they […]
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In today’s fast paced society, with families trying to fit everything into their collective schedule, the temptation to use TV or electronic games to babysit is easy to fall for; especially for homes with multiple children. While one child is at soccer practice, the second child is often in the car watching videos, or playing […]
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Summer is the perfect time for a sweet cool treat. Skip all of the added sugar and dairy that come with traditional ice cream and make yourself something refreshing and elegant with a layered popsicle. They are sure to be a crowd pleaser for kids and adults alike! Equipment: 6 serving popsicle mold Ingredients (Ripe, Fresh […]
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Starting with a desire to help people to lead better, healthier lives, combined with a strong passion for growing, Elgee began in 2014 in South Florida growing sunflowers, greens and wheatgrass, and selling them in the local Farmers Markets. After receiving a gift of a Moringa plant, the founders went on to research the plant, […]
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There’s nothing like a warm and savory green bean dish that can satisfy picky and sophisticated pallets alike. Try our Sesame Green Beans for your next potluck or family gathering. Serve warm out of the dehydrator and people won’t guess they are raw! Step 1: Start by preparing our Sesame Ginger Dressing Sesame Ginger Dressing 1/4 C. Fresh […]
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Instinct probiotic are a recent addition to the LifeGive Supplement line. Having been formulated exclusively for Hippocrates, what makes this probiotic stand out in a very crowded field of probiotics is the proprietary ingredient of AstraBiotic.  Instinct (with AstraBiotic) was developed in 2014, and is the only probiotic that addresses both the digestion and the absorption functions […]
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Probiotics vs. Antibiotics by Dr. Irene Belaga, Hippocrates Health Educator The World Health Organization (WHO) has been citing glaring, escalating and repeated concerns about antibiotic and antimicrobial resistance growing at an alarming rate. In 2011, Dr. Margaret Chan, the Director-General of the WHO said, “In the absence of urgent corrective and protective actions, the world […]
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We can “tip our hats” to someone while bowing to them by leaning forward from our gut, our core. We “tip a waiter/waitress” after a meal, symbolic of a bowing gratefulness after having filled our gut. How appropriate then to offer some tips back to ourselves to promote a healthy gut. Our gut, stretching from […]
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by Laurie A. Keene “I want to be closer to God,” she said. I looked at my client. Seeing her desperate longing to feel the presence of Spirit in her life, and knowing from my own experience how lonely it can be when we feel separate and isolated, I quietly responded, “You can’t get closer […]
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by Brian Clement All too often we use the word “sorry” to diffuse use the immediate occurrence. Unfortunately, most of the time that we utter this word it is disingenuous, becoming systematically robotic. When somebody pushes back, we purge with the “s” word. What this achieves is nothing good and only adds fuel to the […]
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