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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Do you love flavor? Do you love…garlic? You will love this recipe! Our Red Pepper Gazpacho is the perfect light soup for anytime of the year. Savory and packed with nutrients, blend it in the morning and simply pour into a thermos and bring to work. Red Pepper Gazpacho Yield: 6 Cups  Blend: 1 C. Lime Juice […]
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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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Yield: 2 cups (6 to 8 servings) Excerpts from Raw Food Revolution Diet by Cherie Soria, Brenda Davis, RD and Vesanto Melina, MS, RD Ingredients: 2 cups almonds, hot soaked, peeled, and cold soaked 1 cup non-chlorinated water, plus additional to thin, if necessary 1/4 teaspoon probiotic powder Put the peeled and soaked almonds, water, […]
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by Julia Loggins Scientific studies from around the world have now shown what Hippocrates Health Institute (HHI) has taught for decades — that the gut is where disease starts and healing begins. I learned that firsthand. Early in life, I was hospitalized for months yearly for bleeding ulcers, colitis, and gut-related diseases such as asthma and life-threatening […]
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Try this DIY Chai and skip the overly sweet grocery store latte mix. This spicy aromatic recipe from Executive Chef Ken Blue can be enjoyed hot or iced and is also free of caffeine and sugar! Sugar-Free Chai Latte YIELD 1 Ingredients: 1 Tbsp roobois tea 1/2 tsp garam masala 1/8 tsp cinnamon 1/4 tsp nutmeg 8 […]
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Cranberry hibiscus is both sweet-tart tasting and highly nutritious. Its’ deep red leaves resemble those of a maple tree. You can enjoy cranberry hibiscus by: using in recipes eating raw steeping in hot water to make a tea It is high in B vitamins which give you more energy throughout the day and vitamin C […]
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Your family will be sure to “scramble” to the table each time you make this simply scrumptious egg-less salad! SERVES 4 INGREDIENTS: 1 head of cauliflower 4 C. sliced parsnips 1 T. turmeric (generous) 1 tsp. kelp powder 1 T. fresh ground yellow mustard seed 1 clove garlic 8 oz raw sesame oil 4 oz […]
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The number of Americans with diabetes has grown to nearly 26 million and an estimated one-third of all U.S. adults over 20 now have prediabetes, according to figures released recently by the (CDC). Prediabetes is a condition in which blood sugar levels are above normal, but not high enough to be declared diabetes. It indicates […]
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Is there really such a thing as too much hummus? Not when you are sharing with family and friends! Enjoy our sprouted chickpea hummus and you will also reap the benefits of living food enzymes, increased digestibility, and plant-based protein. Yield: 5.5 Cups Ingredients: 3.5 C. Sprouted  Chickpeas 10 oz. Olive Oil (extra virgin & cold pressed) 3 […]
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No matter the season, it’s important to ensure kids get up and moving so they stay on track with their physical fitness! Here are some tips with many that offer the opportunity for some good old-fashioned family time. Exercising need not be reserved for the outdoors as there is plenty kids can do inside of […]
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This favorite HHI recipe was made famous by Chef Kelly and is one of our most requested dishes at the institute! Nutloaf  Yield: 1 loaf 3 C. Pecans, Soaked 3 C. Walnuts, Soaked 2 Red Bell Peppers, Chopped 1 C. Chopped Carrot 2 T. Paprika 1 T. Garlic Powder 1 T. Poultry Seasoning Braggs Aminos […]
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Herbs have been used for food and medicine since the dawn of history. Healers in ancient traditions around the world have always shared their knowledge on how to use plants for health and healing. This knowledge was usually passed down from one generation to the next within families. I have been fortunate to have been […]
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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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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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