It should make perfect sense to any reasonable person that what we eat affects how we think, feel, and behave. We know from numerous studies done in public school settings that various sugar-laden junk foods affect the behavior of children by causing hyper-activity and attention deficit disorder. But did you know there is a link between dairy […]
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| By Gill Heart, PhD | The father of modern-day stress, Hans Selye, once said “It’s not stress that kills us—it is our reaction to it.” His wisdom holds the key to understanding our continued failure to improve our response to everyday stress. If living in a cave on top of a remote mountain is not […]
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Article By Dr. Howard W. Fisher When we hear the word cancer, we all think of a ravaging disease from which recovery is rare, and comes at the terrible cost of surgery, radiation and chemotherapy sessions.  The rate of success is so low, that if you were to seek advice from an investment counselor for […]
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What if you were told you had inoperable cancer? My hell began with the words: “You have an inoperable cancer, and it’s your leg or your life!” My orthopedic oncologist spoke these words after failing in an attempt to surgically remove the tumor in my left knee. “I can’t guarantee your survival after the amputation,” […]
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“It’s not stress that kills us, it is our reaction to it” This quote from Hans Selye, the ‘father’ of modern-day stress, holds the key to understanding our continued failure to improve our response to everyday stress. If living in a cave on top of a remote mountain is not an option, we should accept […]
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We can “tip our hats” to someone while bowing to them by leaning forward from our gut, our core. We “tip a waiter/waitress” after a meal, symbolic of a bowing gratefulness after having filled our gut. How appropriate then to offer some tips back to ourselves to promote a healthy gut. Our gut, stretching from […]
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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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By Brian Clement, PhD, LN Body/mind researchers have documented direct links between stress—which suppresses immune activity—and the development of cancer and heart disease. Emotional stress creates hormone imbalances and stimulates the production of abnormal cells. Our immune system normally sweeps away cancer cells as if they were dust or dirt, but like a housecleaner who […]
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Stop Stress Before it Stops You Jim Poole, MBA, President and CEO of Solace Lifesciences Dr. G. Blake Holloway, M.Phil, ND, Founder and Chief Science Officer of Solace Lifesciences A Google search for “stress” returns 590,000,000 results. Take an hour and review the content listed in the first few pages of results and a simple […]
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By Brian Clement, PhD, LN Since all life comes from the sun, we should consciously pursue sunlight daily. This is challenging in a time where science has twisted our minds to believe that the sun’s very energy creates cancer. Factually, there is no higher incidence of cancer with the Africans and South American indigenous populations […]
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  Prior to becoming ill, I lived the Standard American Diet (SAD). This meant consuming copious amounts of meat, dairy and sugar. However, having been a collegiate athlete, I also exercised a great deal. Like many young men, I had a sense of invincibility. I believed that I couldn’t get sick, and that I could […]
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We teamed up with local vegan fitness coach and internet celebrity Jordan David of @Consciousmuscle to bring you six simple exercises that everyone can incorporate into their workout routine. Each exercise can be great for seasoned athletes to those looking to start their fitness program for the first time. Jordan came to HHI to demonstrate […]
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Around the New Year many people make resolutions to lose weight.  But many people do not follow through with their resolutions.  When I adopted the living foods lifestyle, I was overweight.  However, over the course of a year, I started to drop the weight I did not need.  I added in exercise, both aerobic and […]
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As humans, we are all aware of our complex physical body with cells, tissues and organs all linked and synchronized to create the vehicle through which we live our life. We are also complex energy beings, and the energy of the environment that surrounds us each moment contributes significantly to our health, wellbeing and engagement. […]
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How to Grow Asparagus By Brian Hetrich Greenhouse Manager Asparagus has the highest glutathione levels of any food. Glutathione is the master phytochemical and is unmatched in its ability to remove poisons from the body. Asparagus is one of the best cancer-fighting foods. It is also rich in B vitamins, vitamin C, calcium, and iron. […]
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Psoriatic Arthritis – A Recovery Story Psoriatic arthritis: Symptom free without medications By Jens Krause, Scharbeutz (Schleswig-Holstein), Germany I recently graduated from the three-week Life Transformation Program at Hippocrates Health Institute (HHI) in West Palm Beach, Florida. My journey to health, however, started about one and a half years earlier. At that time I purchased […]
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It was April 1, 2011, in Berlin, Germany, when I passed out behind the wheel while driving home. Unconscious, I drove onto active train tracks. The train zooms by every nine minutes in both directions. The conductor was able to stop the train and radio for rescue. I awoke in the ambulance, after being given a glucose injection. Confused, weak and sweat-drenched, I was begging and crying to go home. I did not understand where I was, or what was happening. I did not know this crisis would be the first of many life-threatening emergencies and mark the beginning of my healing quest. My body, mind and spirit were crying to go home to my authentic self. I am now on that magnificent journey.

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In late December 2010, I felt the need to perform a self breast exam, it was something spontaneous, and to my surprise, I felt a small, hard mass in my right breast. I quickly went to the doctor, and after four days, I received the bad news: “malignant carcinoma in situ” in the breast, grade 1, one inch in diameter.

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I guess one could say I am a spirit of the barefooted and blackberries. From the time I was a tiny sprite, I’d get pickers from the berry bushes and calluses on my feet from days on hot summer cement and sand. Looking back I believe it was my carnal attempt to connect back to the earth, to connect with what is present and before us. The growing vines of our youth have a way of meandering into our memories and taking hold of our senses, reminding us of what we know to be our core and taking us back to the heart of our own matter.

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It all began in October 1997 while living in New Jersey. It was there that three members of my family got Lyme Disease from tick bites, all with varying symptoms and degrees of illness. My quest for a cure encompassed 10 years, three states, 11 different doctors and eventually had a happy ending at Hippocrates Health Institute.

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