Senior couple working in garden.
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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close up of a bowl of rustic creamed spinach
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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A vector illustration of what stuff to compost infographic
The secret to successful gardening is in the quality of the soil. The plants that we tend to cultivate need lots of humus (the organic component of soil) and minerals in order to grow strong, healthy, and vibrant. In organic gardening that means compost and rock dust. The compost provides humus and nitrogen while the […]
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Korean cuisine, Kimchi
Kimchi is low in fat and high in fiber and even better when you make it yourself! To top it all off, an easy low fat dressing can be made by simply putting your kimchi in the blender and blending till smooth. Kimchi Recipe 1 Head Green Cabbage, Finely Sliced 1 Carrot, Shredded 4 Large […]
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cranginger
A few times a year HHI offers some sweet treats for special meals. Our Cranberry Ginger Dressing is sure to be a beautiful, tangy, addition to any salad. Ingredients: Three 1/4 inch slices of ginger 1.5 Cups  fresh squeezed orange juice 3 cups cranberries 1/2 tsp kelp 1 pinch cayenne pepper 1/3 cup extra virgin […]
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A little preschool boy who has harvest a great bunch of rhubarb in the garden on a sunny spring day. He wears a green jacket
As we set aside some time during this Holiday season to be grateful for the many blessings in our lives let us not forget to give thanks for the greatest gift of all – the gift of family and friends! It occurs to me that the best thing we can do to enjoy the company […]
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triorecipe
Try this tremendous recipe for the holidays! Perfect for raw vegans or those just willing to try a taste. Yield: 4-6 servings 1 Butternut Squash, Peeled & Seeded 1 Sweet Potato 1 Carrot Dressing: 3⁄4 C. Chopped Carrot 1⁄8 C. Lemon Juice 1⁄2 C. Raw, Organic Sesame Oil 3⁄4 Tsp. Ginger, Minced 3⁄4 Tsp. Kelp […]
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Also known as the “Lily of the Desert” Aloe Vera is native to northern Africa. More closely resembling a cactus in appearance, Aloe Vera is actually a part of the lily family. It is one of the oldest mentioned plants on record and is one of the most studied herbs in history with records going […]
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Young woman checking food labeling in supermarket
The most important consideration when choosing your food is freshness. There are critical nutrients in food that are highly perishable. These nutrients are sensitive to time, temperature, and any type of processing. Fresh food contains more nutrients. It is also best for your food to be whole at the time of consumption. Preparing your food […]
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 When I was born into this world The only things I knew were love, laugh, and shine my light brightly. Then as I grew, People told me to stop laughing. “Take life seriously,” they said, “if you want to get ahead in this world.” So I stopped laughing. People told me, “Be careful who you […]
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holiday_nog
Perfect for the holidays, this rich and frothy blend of nuts will be an absolute favorite for family and friends.  Ingredients: 2 C. Almonds 1 C. Pine Nuts 3 Medjool Dates 1/2 tsp Cinnamon 1/2 tsp Nutmeg 1 Tbsp Vanilla Technique: First you will need to make your two separate batches of nut milk. Combine […]
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kelp
Sea vegetables are more commonly known as seaweed. They grow in salt water oceans all over the world. There are thousands of different types of sea vegetables, which are classified into categories by color, known either as brown, red or green sea vegetables. Each is unique, having a distinct shape, taste and texture. A wide […]
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Unerwater kelp forest with light beams and copy space
What benefits can we get from kelp? First of all kelp isn’t a new commodity. People have been harvesting and gathering seaweed for centuries. Some of us are just becoming aware of its incredible value for our health. One tablespoon of dried kelp contains between one-half milligram and 35 mg of iron! This iron also […]
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Woman eating with chopsticks inside japanese restaurant

Raw Vegan Sushi

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Banana and coconut ice cream with chocolate syrup
We are so excited about Raw Fest this weekend. One treat that everyone loves at our festival is the Banana Nice Cream with Date Carob Sauce. If you freeze bananas and then put them through an auger press juicer, you will create a tasty alternative to ice cream that is just as thick and creamy and […]
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Stack of Different Sprouting Seeds Growing in a Glass Jar Isolated on White Background
How Many Sprouts Should I Grow? As the Greenhouse Manager I am often asked this question from guests who would like to remain on the Hippocrates program once they return home. The answer depends largely on what the rest of your diet looks like. For optimal health, I would recommend that you strive to make […]
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Symphytum officinale is a perennial flowering plant of the genus Symphytum in the family Boraginaceae. Along with thirty four other species of Symphytum, it is known as comfrey. To differentiate it from other members of the genus Symphytum, this species is known as common comfrey or true comfrey.
Comfrey is a healer. Also known as “bone stitch” Comfrey is widely known as one of nature’s greatest medicinal herbs because of its legendary ability to knit broken things back together. The name Comfrey indicates one of the therapeutic uses, con firma referring to the uniting of bones. It contains allantoin, a chemical that promotes […]
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Focused and stress free business woman despite workload
By Sara L. Bronson  Sharon was a highly successful accountant in the city. When she first came to see me she was experiencing insomnia and a high level of exhaustion. Worry had become her constant companion as she regularly questioned herself with” What more can go wrong?” and “How am I going to manage?”. “I’ve […]
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Avocado dressing
This dressing is refreshing and is the perfect addition to a sprout salad! Creamy Avocado Dressing 1/4 Cup Lime or Lemon Juice 1 Handful Cilantro 1 1/2Avocados 1 Cup Water 1 Clove Garlic 1 Pinch Cayenne 1/2 Tsp. Kelp Blend until smooth and enjoy!
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