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Permacharts are 4 sided laminated charts packed with information regarding the Hippocrates Health Institute Lifestyle. The topics include Food Combining, Juicing, Dehydration, Detox, Storing Goods, and more. They are perfect for people new to the Raw Vegan Foods Lifestyle, as well as those who have been eating raw for years. Use Coupon Code Perma20 to […]
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This delicious recipe is a favorite among Hippocrates Health Institute guests. It is rich in omega 3’s and rich in flavor! Hippocrates House Dressing Blend at a high speed: 1/4 cup plus 1 Tbsp. lemon juice 1/8 cup Braggs 1 Tbsp. water 3 cloves garlic 2 Tsp. ground yellow mustard seeds 1/8 Tsp. cayenne While blending […]
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Purslane Purslane is normally considered by many people to be an annoyingly common invasive yard weed. In reality it is a tasty “wild edible” that is packed with nutrients and traditionally used for a number of health benefits. The soft, succulent purslane leaves, flowers, and stems can be eaten alone or mixed with your salad. […]
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Omega-3 from Clary Sage Seed Oil A Unique, Highly Beneficial Source of Omega-3 The history of Salvia Sclarea (Clary Sage) seed oil as a new and unique source of omega-3 dates back almost two decades ago. It began as a broad research project at the world-renowned ARO (Agricultural Research Organization), Volcani Center — the main administrative body […]
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Enzymes are large protein molecules found in all living things – plant and animal. Your body is capable of producing two types of enzymes, metabolic and digestive. Digestive enzymes include things like protease, and lipase, and amylase for the digestion of proteins, carbohydrates and fats. In human physiological terms, metabolic enzymes are the spark of […]
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Caffeine is toxic. Drinking coffee every day is like constantly drinking slow poison. Here is why: Caffeine is a natural insecticide that the coffee plant produces in order to avoid being eaten by the bugs. Caffeine is a neurotoxin and wears away the myelin sheath on your nerves which will lead to nervousness, headaches, sleeplessness, […]
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What is detox? That is a word you will hear a lot while you are here at Hippocrates. Unfortunately, it is no secret that we live on a polluted planet today. The air, the land, the water, and the food are contaminated by the 85,000+ chemicals we humans have created over the last 200 years […]
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Most people do not know what genetically engineered food is, even though in the United States, 70% of the products in supermarkets are already genetically engineered. I’ve been researching these foods for many years because my husband David had severe allergic reactions to them.

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Reprinted courtesy of The Huffington Post

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History, horror and hope…

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At long last, the well deserved recognition of Ann Wigmore’s life and her contribution to humanity’s health and wellbeing has been celebrated in her home country of Lithuania. Now held annually, this was an extraordinary several day event. The world’s Ann Wigmore institutes and educators (ambassadors) congregated together for the first time to pay homage to our common teacher and mentor. The energy level was truly exceptional and unforgettable among all the ambassadors. Events are listed below in sequence to get a sense of the what was experienced by all.

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The WWI Starch Solution for Denmark

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Nothing is more hopeful than talking to a child about the future of our planet. When we speak to kids, they engage our imaginations and reignite our own dreams, bypassing the limitations and hurdles adults can often perceive.

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One day during her senior year, Ruth Whalen broke out in hives. She assumed she was allergic to the clams she had eaten earlier in the week and an emergency room doctor injected her with epinephrine (adrenaline). She became psychotic. Unknowingly, she had an anaphylactic response — not to eating clams, but to drinking Coca-Cola. Ruth was allergic to caffeine. Already overstimulated, the adrenaline took her over the edge.

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All life is a change of matter. Nature has certain patterns. Often the pattern followed is the pattern of seven. If we place a seed in the ground, we don’t get a seed out. After we place a seed in the ground, within a few days it becomes a sprout. Then it transits into a shoot. Next it becomes a stem. From the stem comes a leaf. Further on appears a bud. The bud becomes a flower. Out of the flower comes a seed. The seed has gone through an evolutionary process of seven stages.

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The POP Campaign has launched this MOMS4POP Pledge and is gathering supporters across the country. As the pledge is taken, every public official, especially during this election period, is asked to participate in signing this pledge or a promise to support all who take this pledge.

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Alpha-linolenic (ALA) acid is a type of omega-3 fatty acid found in plants. It is similar to the omega-3 fatty acids in algal oil, called eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA), and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA). Your body can change alpha-linolenic acid into EPA and DHA. Alpha-linolenic acid is also found in flaxseed oil, hemp oil, marine phytoplankton, AFA Algae (Aphanizomenon flos-aquae), chia seed and walnuts, to name a few sources. These are all good sources of this important nutrient.

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A healthy after-school program gains fans among children in Massachusetts

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Essential fatty acids like linoleic acid (LA, omega-6) and alpha-linolenic acid (ALA, omega-3) play a vital role in oxygenating the body and transforming solar energy. They have a special nature which makes them essential to life, and at the same time, causes them to decompose in the presence of light or air. Nature, however, has designed a protection from light and oxygen damage and it is called the seed. Thus, the more whole seed essential fatty acids (EFAs) we eat, the greater the integrity of the EFA, and the end result for our bodies is increased energy and vitality. Some whole seed foods which are high in essential fatty acids are hemp, chia, flax, pumpkin, brazil, pistachio, walnut, hazelnut, almonds and macadamia. Below are some recipes which use whole seed EFAs.

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The First Lady of the Guitar The Liona Boyd Interview by Alissa Helene.

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