Yield: 2-4 servings If you sprout too many wheat berries for your wheatgrass, you can substitute them from the Kamut! “Fried Rice” 2 C. Kamut (soaked and sprouted) 2 Oz. Sliced Scallions 1 Oz. Finely Diced Red Onion 1.5 Oz. Small Diced Carrot 2 Oz. English Peas Sesame Ginger Dressing: 1/4 C. Lemon Juice 1.5 in. […]

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The first thing you will need in order to get started with sprouting are obviously, the seeds. Not all seeds are created equal. You will want to be sure your seeds are 100% organic and they are commercially distributed with the intention of sprouting. They must be whole, raw, fresh, and not heat processed, pasteurized, […]

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Also known as pandanus, screwpine is an odd-looking tree that grows in tropical and subtropical coastal regions across the globe. While it is not related to the pineapple nor a palm the leaves of the screwpine do resemble the palm tree species. Screwpine grows aerial roots at the base that appear to lift the tree […]

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When sales of Diet Pepsi began falling in 2005, and continued to fall each year since, PepsiCo executives frantically tried to find out why. The reason turned out to be that consumers had heard about health problems associated with aspartame, the sweetener added to Diet Pepsi, and they no longer trusted it or wanted it […]

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We all know how important it is to stay hydrated especially when trying to stay physically active and shed a few pounds. Try our Detox Lemonade! It’s perfectly sweet, free from sugar,  and is accompanied with a little extra kick of cayenne pepper. Start your morning with it this week! Ingredients: 8 oz water 2.5 […]

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Your total toxic load = Total toxic exposure “minus” ability to detoxify and excrete toxins Today we are being exposed to tens of thousands of harmful or potentially harmful compounds from the air, water, soil and food. They include pesticides, herbicides, solvents, petrochemicals, heavy metals, and plastics. Many of these substances are fat-soluble and can […]

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Article by Blue Eagle Let us first understand what shamanism offers. Shamanism is universal in that all native people living in nature all over the world have some form of shamanism. It’s a fact that people who live in nature develop special abilities to see beyond appearances to the underlying spiritual blueprints that animate nature […]

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Here in south Florida our holidays are hardly the winter wonderland depicted in seasonal cards. So while the rest of the country settles in with a warm beverage we like to keep it on the cooler side after coming back from the beach. What better way to capture the essence of the holiday season in our […]

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  Soothing oneself with a favorite sweet treat is a habit often developed in early childhood. Whether birthdays, holidays or special family events, sugar in all its forms — cake, cookie, candy, pastry or sugary drink — creates a tapestry of memories. An innocent offer of candy by a well-intentioned grandparent or loved one may produce a sense of […]

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Yield: 2 to 4 servings If you like nutty-tasting salad dressings, this recipe is for you. 2 cups raw pecans, soaked 12 hours 1/2 cup coarsely chopped fresh parsley 1/4 cup sliced red onions 2 to 3 garlic cloves Cucumber juice or water Bragg Liquid Aminos (optional) Drain and rinse the pecans. Transfer to a […]

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Clean Water  Water is the most important nutrient for your body second only to air. You can go for months without food but, you can only go for a few days without water. Water not only keeps your tissues and organs hydrated but it also assists in the absorption of nutrients to your cells. The […]

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Flax seeds are rich in omega 3 making them fabulous for heart health. Dehydrate a large batch of these crispy crackers and keep them on hand as a snack throughout the week! Ingredients: 5 Red Peppers ½ Red Onion 3 Cloves Garlic 3 T. Chili Powder 2 ½ C Flax Seed 1 C. Flax Seed, […]

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The mini Kovakkai cucumber is also known as the “Ivy Gourd” because of its creeping ivy-like growing habits. Kovakkai originates from Southeast Asia. Unlike sweet English cucumbers Kovakkai grows well in hot and humid climates like here in South Florida. In addition to tasting great Kovakkai is known to have essential vitamins like A and […]

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Harvard/MIT trained physician finds blood pressure solution at Hippocrates Event. At the end of September 2016, Hippocrates sponsored their semi annual Doctor Days event. Over 30 health professionals and staff attended the event which educates and introduces to them the Hippocrates lifestyle. Little did one attendee realize, that his life would be dramatically impacted in […]

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Earl Grey Organic Cotton Dress – Fall in love with this comfortable and stylish organic cotton dress. Scoop neckline with 3/4 length sleeves and usable side pockets. Contrasting grey color-blocking for added style. Hem falls just above the knees. Purchase Here. Moon Phases Organic Top–Personalize your style with this 3/4 length knit top featuring a […]

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Most of the plants that we tend to cultivate will do better if you provide them with a regular supply of nutrients. These nutrients will make your plants grow faster, bigger, and more nutritious. They will also be tastier and stronger. Stronger plants are better able to fend off bugs and disease. Plants grown in […]

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First and foremost, If you want your body to perform optimally, you need real food and all-natural nutrients, i.e. “Foods that FOOL Disease.” The sad fact is, most of the food consumed by people today is not real food—it’s genetically engineered (GE), saturated with pesticides and added chemicals, and processed in a number of ways. […]

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This Dairy-Free classic is sure to please guests all year long. Recipe by Executive Chef Ken Blue of Hippocrates Health Institute CREAMED SPINACH DIP Yield: 4-6 servings 1 lb. Spinach chopped in food processor with “S” blade 1-2 oz. of dehydrated almond meal Sauce: 1.5 oz. Lemon Juice 5 oz. Water 1.5 C. Pine nuts (Soaked […]

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GIFTS THAT GIVE BACK …… great gifts, better karma Our gifts supports Fair Trade, which leads to an enriched understanding of the global community and a better life for all. When you purchase a gift that supports Fair Trade, you are giving families and villages opportunities that they might never have had. Gifts under $30 […]

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By Brian Clement, PhD, LN Self-esteem, the most important attribute that anyone can possess, is not taught, acknowledged or often practiced. On the contrary, self-loathing seems to be the most popular human sport, resulting in a wide array of dysfunctional activities. As surface thinkers, one would believe that the reason we self-destruct on an anatomical level […]

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