Yield: 4 to 6 servings A delicious Asian treat, this salad is highly nutritious. 1 ounce dulse, sliced 1 ounce arame 1 ounce hijiki 2 nori sheets 1 cup shredded carrots 1 cup shredded daikon 6 scallions, diagonally sliced 2 large lemons, juiced 3 tablespoons raw sesame seeds Bragg Liquid Aminos Soak the dulse, arame, […]

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Sprouted beans and legumes are at the pinnacle of their nutritional value. What’s even better is how easy it is to sprout them; theres no soil required! A tool we recommend to make the process even easier is the Easy Sprouter. Varieties of Beans & Legumes to Sprout: Adzuki Beans Whole Red Lentils Whole Green […]

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Raise your hand if you’re having trouble keeping up with your healthy raw lifestyle. See? You’re not alone! It happens to the most inspired and well intentioned of us all, and plays out pretty much the same every time.  While we’re at Hippocrates, being lavishly fed, juices made for us, not a dish to wash, […]

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US Geological Survey studies show that most bodies of water in the United States are now contaminated with pharmaceutical drugs. Why? Because wastewater treatment plants cannot remove the drugs before releasing “purified” water back into the environment. The cost of creating technology that is sophisticated enough to remove synthetic chemicals would be astronomical and bankrupt […]

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Everyone is crazy about Chef Renate’s Better Than Tuna! This recipe is rich in sunflower seeds which are a great source of magnesium. Magnesium naturally helps promote regular sleep by reducing cortisol, so eat up and chill out! Ingredients: 3 C. Hulled Sunflower Seeds (Soaked 4 to 8 hours, rinsed) 1/2 C. Water 1/4 C. Lemon Juice 3 Squirts of Braggs Amino […]

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Article by Dr. Howard W. Fisher No matter what you may think, GMO foods are not the same as non-GMO foods. Those involved companies are using the same approach as the tobacco industry has used to argue GMOs are harmless or even beneficial to health. Yet GMOs pose a vast diversity of issues. Splicing plant […]

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What is Plant-Based Nutrition? Plant-based nutrition is a philosophy that regards the body as a whole and promotes the growth and consumption of natural foods, urging maximum intake of fresh, raw, living produce with minimal use of cooking and other forms of processing. The diet incorporates a healthy balance of preferably organic fruits, vegetables, sprouts, […]

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We hope you enjoy this recipe for a cool and creamy summer soup compliments of Executive Chef Ken Blue of the Hippocrates kitchen! Ingredients: 5 C. Nut Cream (1/2 Almond – 1/2 Pine Nut) 1 Bunch Asparagus (no leaves) 4 Stalks Celery 3/4 T. Garlic Powder 1/4 Sweet Onion 1.5 T. Kelp Powder 1.5 T. Dried […]

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Thanks to my friend and World Peace Diet author Will Tuttle, I recently watched a film called Cowspiracy: The Sustainability Secret. (www.cowspiracy.com) Produced by Kip Andersen and Keegan Kuhn, Cowspiracy movingly shows us, more than any film I have seen, how our food choices impact the health of the Earth. It is very well done […]

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Summer Salad Rolls 1 Avocado 2 Cups Broccoli Sprouts 1 Cup White Mung Bean Sprouts 1 large Red Bell Pepper ½ cucumber sliced into julienne strips 1 tsp Bragg’s aminos 10 outer Leaves Romaine Lettuce or collard greens or 4 Sheets Nori Mash the avocado with a fork. Add the sprouts, red bell pepper and […]

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By Dr. Roy M. Speiser V.P., CWR Environmental We live in a toxic world where exposure to dangerous contaminants every day, in our air and water, cumulatively affect our health. Many disorders originate early in life. For example, when pregnant women ingest contaminated water, and food, the toxicity negatively affects the health of the fetus— […]

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There are a number of plants that naturally repel mosquitoes that are safe and non-toxic to humans: • Ageratum (also known as Flossflowers) • Catnip (ten times more effective than DEET) • Citronella • Eucalyptus • Horsemint (also known as Beebalm) • Marigolds • Peppermint, spearmint, any kind of mint will do • Lemongrass • […]

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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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