Through the use of dark field microscopic imaging, the visible haematological effects of radio frequency radiation (RFR) generated by a cellular phone usage were profiled. Each subject gave a control sample and then used a cell phone Nokia model 6085 in the standard operating position for fifteen (15) minutes, engaged in receiving sound in some form. The results were recorded on a digital camera. All results were analyzed and compared. There are several issues that merit discussion since the experimental design intended to examine the effect of radio frequency (RF) radiation emitted by cell phone usage on live blood. Despite the control appearance of all subjects in this investigation, the cell phone effects consistently led to documented findings of rouleau, and erythrocyte aggregation and a far more abnormal haematological appearance. See the results below.Blood is the most unique "organ" in the body and all physiological functions are totally dependent on the capability of this diverse fluid to carry out a number of functions. In optimal blood cell formations, the erythrocytes (red blood cells) are singular, free moving and often colliding with one another. Blood is responsible for the distribution and transport of oxygen from the lungs to the cells of the body and to remove carbon dioxide from the cells and transport it back to the lungs. Blood is also responsible for the transportation of nutrients, hormones and wastes, temperature control, pH, electrolyte balance and the immune system function of the white blood cell components.

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A beautiful warm summer appetizer that is full of flavor, nutrients, and exceptionally healthy ingredients. For the dressing 2 ounces of lemon juice 2 cups sliced parsnip Inch and a half of ginger sliced 6 oz. of water (add more to achieve desired consistency) Blend till creamy. Then add in… 1.5 tbsp tahini 1 tbsp […]
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An interview with the guru of healthy oils, Udo Erasmus. | BY ANNA MARIA CLEMENT, PhD, L N | On a brisk Canadian autumn day, I sat with the world’s most famous man in the field of oils and fats, Udo Erasmus. This vibrant and fit 77-year-old teacher, author, and advocate had just finished his latest […]
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WEST PALM BEACH, Florida, April 12, 2019 – Hippocrates Health Institute has announced their touring lectures through Europe during the months of May and June. This tour will include visits to Sweden, Finland, Denmark, the Netherlands, Germany, Poland and Switzerland and other countries to be announced, to educate on the benefits of natural health and […]
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In our work at the Hippocrates Institute, the use of raw and living foods has evolved into a new way of living and eating.  We see a new relationship between food and life.  Yet this relationship is not a new or novel concept, rather, it is a re-emergence of an ancient truth.  The following are […]
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We hope you enjoy this tangy and rich Raspberry Hazelnut Mousse that can be eaten alone, or used as a filling for a delicious pie! Yield: 2 cups Ingredients: 1 cup raspberries 1 cup hazelnuts, soaked & dehydrated ½ cup soaked dates 1 tablespoon raw carob powder ½ cup date soak water or coconut water […]
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When overeating is driven by spiritual hunger. | BY JULIE M. SIMON, MA, MBA, LMFT | Most of us mere mortals fall prey to the notion that an enduring sense of happiness, peace, safety, and security can be found in conditions, things, and beings. Whether we’re hoping to lose weight, land that dream job, or meet […]
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What is the real difference between choosing organic versus conventional produce? There should be a logical reasons for spending more on produce or taking the time to grow your own right? When you choose organic, you choose to let go of the following: Pesticides At least 19 major chemicals used on US crops are associated with […]
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This favorite HHI recipe was made famous by Chef Kelly and is one of our most requested dishes at the institute! Nutloaf  Yield: 1 loaf 3 C. Pecans, Soaked 3 C. Walnuts, Soaked 2 Red Bell Peppers, Chopped 1 C. Chopped Carrot 2 T. Paprika 1 T. Garlic Powder 1 T. Poultry Seasoning Braggs Aminos […]
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Your nutrition questions answered from Brian Clement PhD, LN Question: I have heard that the soil is depleted of nutrients and vitamins and so people should take vitamins and supplements. If this were the case, how is it that all of the millions of wild living creatures roaming this earth eat from the same depleted soil […]
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Your family will be sure to “scramble” to the table each time you make this simply scrumptious egg-less salad! SERVES 4 INGREDIENTS: 1 head of cauliflower 4 C. sliced parsnips 1 T. turmeric (generous) 1 tsp. kelp powder 1 T. fresh ground yellow mustard seed 1 clove garlic 8 oz raw sesame oil 4 oz […]
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Bugs are a reality of life in the garden. However, if left unchecked these pesky insects can spoil all your hard work by devouring much of your delicious food before you have the chance to enjoy it. There are some natural remedies to these pesky insects that are totally non-toxic to humans and do not […]
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Accepting the unacceptable can lead to self-fulfillment. In 1969, pop psychiatrist Thomas A. Harris wrote a self-help manual titled, “I’m OK, You’re OK”. It became such a runaway bestseller that its title became a catchphrase of the ’70s. What a nice attitude. It says, “I accept myself as OK, and I accept you as OK.” Sounds […]
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Fasting. Yuck! Nobody thinks “Yeah I want to fast” especially those who struggle with overeating. The word tends to conjure up unpleasant thoughts of hunger pangs, light-headedness, restriction, and deprivation. We tolerate fasting when we have to, for blood work or medical procedures like colonoscopies (double yuck). And fasting is a spiritual cleansing ritual associated with […]
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No other animal in the wild drinks the milk of another species. No other animal in the wild drinks its’ own mother’s milk past the age of weaning. There are a number of reasons why drinking cow’s milk is not the best choice for humans. Here are just a few: Cow’s milk protein is 85% […]
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Moringa is a fast growing tree well adapted to tropical and sub-tropical regions of the world such as Sub-Saharan Africa, Southeast Asia, Southern China, India and here in south Florida. Its’ leaves taste like peanuts with a bitter after taste. Moringa thrives in extreme heat, humidity, intense exposure to the sun, and poor sandy soil. […]
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At Hippocrates Health Institute we love liquid nourishment. A raw soup is a wonderful and savory way to incorporate nutrient dense foods into a meal while still being gentle on your digestive system. Yield: 2-4 Servings 1/2 C. Sesame Oil 3 Stalks Celery 1/4 Bunch Fresh Parsley 2 Cloves garlic 1 Small Piece of Ginger 5 […]
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How to Build a Mini Greenhouse for Growing Sprouts and Wheatgrass Many people are interested in growing wheatgrass and sprouts and other plants in a greenhouse at their homes. You can grow an abundance of food in a relatively small 10’ X 10’ mini-greenhouse. The primary consideration is that sprouts and wheatgrass need to grow […]
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Asparagus - many of the elements that build the liver, kidneys, skin, ligaments, and bones are found in green asparagus. Helps in the formation of red blood corpuscles. The green tips are high in vitamin A.

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Ginger root is a popular ingredient for culinary use especially in Indian and Asian flavored cuisine. With its pungent aroma and sharp, spicy flavor ginger adds another dimension to sauces, soups, teas, and green drinks. Ginger is also used for its medicinal properties as it has powerful anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. Therapeutically, ginger has traditionally […]
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