In recent years, the focus of anatomical studies have been upward at the organ we call the brain. What is most surprising is that in the past, we have so misunderstood its Function and purpose. Now regularly. With deeper and more relevant research, we are discovering phenomenal Facts about this harbor of consciousness. With 81/2 times more cells packed into this little powerhouse than the rest of our body, we must ask how much this dynamo really can do! We know from hundreds of thousands of magnetic resonance imagery (MRI) that the average person uses less than 4 percent of his or her brain. It is no wonder that we are still struggling and potentially creating an end to our own species. We cannot allow this power to create exceptional reality - this fallow 96 percent of potential - to go to waste. We must now honor, respect and develop the mind that resides in this anatomical genius.

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Let’s set things straight: osteoporosis is man-made. It is an entirely preventable and treatable disease. The United States has one of the highest osteoporosis rates in the world, killing more women every year than cancer of the breast, cervix and uterus combined. Twenty-five million Americans have been diagnosed with osteoporosis and it an estimated nine out of ten Americans have sub-optimal bone densities. Even young, professional athletes have their careers cut short by osteoporosis. It need not be this way!

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Blood is truly the river of life. Every cell in the body gets its nutrients from blood. This essential fluid carries out the critical functions of transporting oxygen and nutrients to our cells and getting rid of carbon dioxide and other waste products. According to Carl Bianco, MD, the adult human body contains approximately 5 liters (5.3 quarts) of blood; making up seven to eight percent of a person?s body weight. Four of the most important components of blood are red cells, white cells, platelets and plasma.

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I launched my professional career in internal medicine: However, more than 25 years ago I instinctively recognized the growing need to assist aging and overweight people with unsightly and sometimes painful vein disorders. As a pioneer in this emerging field, which is just now being fully validated by science, I have a keen and thorough passion to understand and resolve these problems. I have sought to distinguish myself among specialists by my practice\'s results, maintaining an unwavering dedication to bringing cutting-edge methodologies to my patients. Believing that wholebody health is more important than merely external results, I seek to incorporate only the most natural and least invasive techniques and to counsel patients concerning the importance of diet and exercise for vein health. Listed below are several solutions I employ as I help clients in their quest to conquer vein disorders:

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Psychologists agree that we are conscious of about l0-20% of our- selves and unconscious of about 80- 90%. Art therapy is designed to tap into the 80-90% that we are unaware of and bring it to mindful awareness much like free association and dream interpretation

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Healthy relationships are not my forté. I am the only child of a woman who can politely be called strong-willed. I learned early to live in the spaces other people didn’t occupy, in the hours they didn’t commandeer. None of my romantic episodes have been stellar either, unless you are drawing parallels to the birth or death of a star, which I understand, is rather explosive. In fact, the longest voluntary relationship I have ever had is with my cat, Finster…hmmmm.

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Getting It Straight! Growing up playing athletics, I had some experience with chiropractors: I visited one for my pre-season physicals and a classmate

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Allopathic medicine in the 1800

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The alcohol debate is a sensitive topic for many. Some people claim that drinking a few alcoholic beverages a day might be beneficial to one’s health, possibly even reducing the risks of coronary heart disease. Others claim that consuming moderate amounts of alcohol might help lower cholesterol and increase longevity. Many people try to justify their habit of alcohol by drinking organic beers and wines, believing that consuming unprocessed alcoholic beverages and unfiltered beer decreases the negative health effects. The deluge of targeted research on the benefits of alcohol is unconscionable and should not be taken seriously by any thinking person. Alcohol is a poisonous substance and the most lethal drug consumed today.

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Aetiopathy- A Biomedical Medicine

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Interro Testing is a modern approach to healing based on the ancient Chinese principles of acupuncture. Interro and similar technologies have been used extensively by the medical profession throughout Europe and Canada for over thirty years, but is just now gaining acceptance in the United States.

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Steven Halpern, Ph.D. is an internationally-acclaimed recording artist, composer and educator whose music is specifically composed for relaxation, meditation, health and healing. He has produced over 50 recordings that are used in homes, hospitals, hospices and offices around the world and is the author of “Sound Health.”

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Even before she began her medical training, Lilli Link had dreams of becoming a doctor who specialized in nutrition. She just wasn’t sure if such a job existed.

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Blood glutathione levels have been identified as one of the most important indicators of overall health. Unfortunately, immune system stress can deplete antioxidants, including glutathione, in the body. Glutathione, the master antioxidant of the body has a range of diverse metabolic functions including acting as a free radical scavenger, recycling and maintaining functional levels of Vitamin C and Vitamin E, and supporting cell repair, collagen synthesis, and wound healing.

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I am a 41-year-old mother of two and grandmother of three. I need to tell you about a wonderful new supplement that the Hippocrates store is carrying. It is called Meltaway.

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Growing up in New York State in the middle of the 20th century offered me all of the poor dietary choices and bad life style habits that America had to offer. When becoming a teacher, I further saw the slow health deterioration of my students.

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In February, I arrived at Hippocrates Health Institute for a three-week stay. I knew that I would learn a lot about nutrition, lose some weight, and come home feeling rejuvenated. Little did I know at the time that my life would dramatically change forever… and for the better.

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About five years ago, I took on a career assignment and moved from downtown Chicago back to my hometown of Minneapolis, Minnesota. When this opportunity came along, I was a successful Marketing and Sales Professional and loved my life. With that said, I had always felt that I’d meet my dream man when the time was right, get married and have a child. That hadn’t happened yet, so when the opportunity came to relocate back to Minnesota I thought maybe it was meant to be and everything would fall into place. So, I took a chance, packed my bags, and headed north.

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Overweight, 56 years old, out of shape, tired with my toe already having been amputated and the possibility of more to come presented me with a big wake-up call. Fortunately, Dr. Sharon Ronser, a naturopathic doctor, referred me to Hippocrates. Reluctantly, I signed up and came but in the first two days I thought I wasn’t going to make it. By the end of the first week, I started to feel life reenter my body and at the end of my three week program, the benefits were so significant that I chose to stay an additional two weeks. Thirty pounds lighter with the foot well on it’s way to complete healing I realized that I had made the best choice that I could at this time in my life. Other guests were benefiting in so many ways that I know that Hippocrates is good for everybody. For those that are healthy, it gives them the tools and the knowledge to keep and improve this precious gift. For those that are ill, with my own eyes, I watched healing occur from every ailment imaginable. One thing I respected the most is that Hippocrates is a lifestyle, and the staff tells you that weight loss is a definite side effect but not your first objective. That objective should be raising your level of overall health and giving the immune system the ability to heal you. Every year I plan to return to Hippocrates, remaining on the program in between. I know that my weight will regulate, I have already lost 30 pounds, my blood sugar will remain within the normal range as it is today, and now I ‘m sure I am able to extend my life. Thank you Hippocrates for making yourself available so that I can walk, ride bikes, swim and just have a good old time daily.

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