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 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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Author of the best-selling book China Study, word-renowned nutritional researcher and Professor Emeritus of Nutritional Biochemistry at Cornell University, Dr. T. Colin Campbell, presented a lecture and workshop on August 2311 and 24" at Hippocrates Health Institute. Dr. Campbell, who is noted as the originator of the most comprehensive dietary studies ever conducted, presented two days of profoundly insightful information from over four decades of research in nutritional science.

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On Earth Day, April 22, 2005, Doug WALSH, began his 3000-mile, 5-month hike from Mexico to Canada through the Western U,S. on the Continental Divide Trail-the most difficult hike in North America. Hiking on average a marathon a day, WALSH, a former Colorado Outward Bound Instructor with years of backcountry experience accomplished what he set out to do, show the word that the human body thrives on a raw food diet when under great physical duress and challenge. Having climbed the 100 highest peaks in Colorado, and hiked the 2650-mile Pacific Crest Trail in an amazing time of just four and one half months, WALSH recently finished the greatest challenge of his hiking career-the Continental Divide. Hippocrates was a proud sponsor of this important and historic event, and it was our great pleasure to interview Doug, just days after he completed his enormous feat. We encourage you to spread the word about Doug, now affectionately called, the Lance Armstrong of raw foods, so that the world continues to see the tremendous benefits of raw and living foods.

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The reason Grandma wanted to hang a garlic clove around your neck turns out to be the same reason that government scientists want to make artificial heart valves out of “garlic plastic.”

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Much to the horror of the internal drug trust, American monopoly medicine, federal regulators and their anti-consumerist front groups, America’s health food and vitamin supplements industry has mushroomed from sales of $500 million a year in 1972 to $3 billion in 1988.

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My fifty-ninth birthday was coming up, and I was feeling my age—forty pounds overweight, with borderline high blood pressure, high cholesterol and questionable blood sugar. Indigestion and reflux often made me dread eating. Worst of all, when I went for a mammogram, I was told I had micro calcification clusters in my breasts which could be precancerous. I promised myself that after the biopsies, I would do a major lifestyle shift—regardless of the outcome.

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