As Director of the Hippocrates Health Educator Program, it brings me great pleasure to introduce Max Tuck, from the UK, who graduated as a Hippocrates Health Educator in 2006. Max has had a busy 12 months! In 2011, she published her first printed book, Top 10 Raw Food Tips for Osteoporosis, for which Brian Clement wrote the foreword, and in February 2012, she summited Kilimanjaro, the highest free-standing mountain in the world.

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Changing your diet per the season is something I highly recommend. I believe it is one of the four components of a successful nutrition program.

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Weight training increases strength in men and women of ALL AGES.

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True healing is about more than just not being sick, it \"is about optimizing the function of every system in your body ....\" (a) lt is about returning to harmony that which is out of harmony, whether that harmony is defined physically, emotionally, or spiritually.

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For years, maybe the only thing about aerobics no one has argued over is the basic cardio-fitness formula: 20 to 30 minutes of intense, nonstop activity three times a week.

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If you

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Recently, as I waited out a two-and-a-half hour lay-over in a Midwest airport terminal, it dawned on me that my entire day had almost gone by without stretching, stimulating nor ever flexing any muscle in my poor body. While pondering this situation, the loudspeaker announced that my flight was boarding at the opposite end of the terminal. I looked down at my hand-luggage which was relatively small and light, grabbed it under my arm and began my day

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My name is Milton Goldstein. I was born April 1, 1915, which makes me 93 years young. I served in the Air Force during WWII, at which time I lived in Texas. I then relocated to California, but for the most part I have resided in New York.

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Twenty-six year old Robert Cheeke is becoming one of the most well known vegan-vegetarian athletes in America today. This 5\'11\" sales rep for Sequel Naturals has transformed himself from a 105-pound weakling to a 195-pound Adonis and accomplished remarkable feats in the world of bodybuilding. A clear thinking, handsome man, Cheeke is on a personal and planetary mission to dispel the notion that animal foods, especially meat, are necessary for building muscle.

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At Hippocrates we strive to promote world awareness about the importance of living foods. We believe that it is just as important to stress the importance of living fitness. But what exactly do we mean by living fitness? As living foods are foods that promote life in those who consume them, living fitness is simply movement that creates life. Living fitness is the creation of function and flow in all areas of life through physical exercise.

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With good nutrition and whole foods, you are well on the way to boosting your immunity. But there

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For the first time a link has been made between low physical fitness and a risk of premature death. According to a recent study conducted by the Institute for Aerobics Research in Dallas, lack of exercise increases mortality rate.

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Good news for the 58 million Americans with hypertension: according to The Journal of the American Medical Association (vol. 263, no. 20), regular exercise can be as effective as medication in treating moderately high blood pressure. A study headed by Dr. Michael H. Keleman, a cardiologist with the Columbia Plan, a group health practice in Columbia, MD., shows that previously sedentary people can safely bring moderately high blood pressure under control without drugs, if they exercise vigorously for 50 minutes three or four times per week.

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Frustrated fitness walkers take note: Regardless of what your scale tells you, your workouts are helping to shed unwanted fat. On the inside. New research suggests that exercise lowers levels of heart-threatening fats in your blood, even if you

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Regular exercise is especially important for the person with diabetes. It helps control the amount of sugar in the blood and helps burn excess calories and fat to achieve optimal weight. Exercise improves overall health by improving blood flow and blood pressure, Exercise also increases the energy level, lowers tension, and improves the ability to handle stress.

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New evidence shows a sedentary life-style isn

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Hearing loss: How dangerous to human nerves and hearing is the bombardment of abrasive sounds we are subject to every day, from sirens, motorcycles, trucks and automobiles, airplanes, TV and radio, head-phones, cellular phones, leaf-blowers, chain-saws, jack-hammers...all part of the daily

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If I were to tell you,

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