Carob is a flowering evergreen tree, cultivated for its edible pods that can be eaten ripe, dried, and sometimes toasted and the pods are often ground into a powder and used as a replacement for cocoa. The carob tree is native to the arid climates of Africa, Asia and Southern Europe and has been known […]
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Is your overeating caused by internal imbalance? We all love to eat. Enjoying food beyond simple sustenance is normal. It becomes problematic, however, when we overeat until there is a significant weight gain or health risk. When we eat without physical hunger cues, regularly choose unhealthy comfort foods, or eat when we’re already full, something is out […]
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Fresh Lavender Beet Dressing Indulge in summer vibes with this sweet floral infused dressing. This dressing will complement any sprout or salad green but we particularly love it on an arugula salad.  Ingredients: 1/4 Cup Lemon Juice 1/2  tsp Kelp 1 Pinch Cayenne 1 Clove Garlic 1 Cup Chopped Beet 1 tsp Herbs de Provence 1 Tbsp Fresh […]
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Why is it important to breathe correctly and understand dysfunctional breathing patterns? The health you enjoy today, and for the rest of your life, begins with your next breath. In fact, breathing is so crucial to your body’s ability to heal and sustain itself that Dr. Andrew Weil says, “If I had to limit my […]
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The rapid rate at which people are being diagnosed with diabetes is alarming and has become increasingly prevalent in recent years. It is estimated that the number of diabetes cases will increase in the United States by 165 percent by the year 2050. Once considered a disease of the western world, type 2 diabetes has […]
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Meal time? Snack time? We think that these Buffalo Cauliflower Bites are great anytime! Are you trying this recipe at home? Be sure to tag us in a picture on instagram @hippocratesinst we would love to see it! 4 oz. of lemon juice 3 cloves of garlic 1 ¼ cup of Kimchi 3 red bell […]
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Article by Brian Clement PhD, LN Humans have a peculiar tendency to treat themselves worse than they treat those around them. What will it take for you to take care of you? When you look in the mirror, are you comfortable with what you see? Are love handles protruding from your sides? Does it look like […]
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Summer is here, and while the sun is high in the sky and more time is being spent outdoors, it’s essential to remember the importance of staying hydrated. Dehydration happens when your body doesn’t have enough water to function properly and symptoms of dehydration can be scary and can include extreme thirst, dry mouth, headache, […]
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What’s all the fuss about “raw vegan” these days? Why should food be living? Medicinally and nutritionally, sprouts have a long history as a “health food.” Sprouts are 10 to 30 times more nutritious than the best vegetables because they are baby plants in their prime. At this stage of their growth they have the […]
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We don’t like to brag, but the Hippocrates House Dressing has acquired a loyal following not only as a salad dressing, but as an all around fantastic condiment. Use it as a substitute for mayo, mustard, or basically anything your heart desires. Hippocrates House Dressing Blend at high speed: 1/4 cup plus 1 T. lemon juice […]
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The following will facilitate your detoxification process significantly: Drink lemon water (juice of 1 lemon in 16 oz. of water) with a maximum of 1/2 teaspoon of cayenne upon waking to open the circulatory system and alkalize bodily fluids, thus increasing the rate of detoxification. Fast one day per week, every week, while consuming freshly […]
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The benefits of flowers exceed well beyond their aesthetic and aromatic properties. Certain flowers can be ingested and consuming them can actually be beneficial to your health. The history of eating flowers dates back to ancient times when edible flower seeds were transported like fine spices. Flowers have been used by ancient Greek, Roman and […]
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If you’re struggling with a chronic illness, you may find yourself at times asking, “What did I do to deserve this? What am I doing wrong? Why am I not getting better?” As someone who has struggled with Lyme disease for 20 years now, I can tell you that these questions are understandable. The uncertainty and […]
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Before moving to West Palm Beach, Florida in 1986, Hippocrates Health Institute (HHI) was located in Boston, Massachusetts and the desire for warmer weather, cleaner air and a tropical environment for the guests to heal and relax led HHI Directors Brian and Anna Maria Clement to uproot the institute and make a fresh start in […]
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Enjoy a wonderfully marinated veggie kabob that is RAW, maintains the nutritional content of it’s ingredients, and delivers mouth watering flavor! Marinade: 4 oz. Lemon Juice 4 Cloves Garlic 2 Tsp. Paprika 1 T. Kelp Powder 3 T. Chopped Fresh Parsley 4 T. Pizza Seasoning 1 Tsp. Garlic Powder 7 oz. Organic Cold Pressed Extra […]
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The power to change the way you view things gives you the ability to change your emotional state and health. Most of our emotional pain, anger, and fear are activated by perceptions created through unhealthy learned beliefs and attitudes. When you’re in a state of emotional pain, anger and fear arise from unhealthy beliefs, and […]
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Just because you’re trying to avoid sugar doesn’t mean your culinary options need to be boring! Enjoy this Coconut Cheese Cake brought to you by Chef Renate Wallner of Hippocrates Health Institute. Crust: Chop very fine in food processor: 3 cups dehydrated pecans Then add: 1 T vanilla (alcohol free), 1/4 t stevia, 1 T […]
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A man diagnosed with end-stage cancer lived decades longer than doctors predicted.   I first visited Hippocrates  Health Institute 30 years ago with my father. He was 69 years old at the time he was diagnosed with stage 4+ cancer. His surgeon in Israel informed both my brother and me that my father was terminal […]
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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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Jicama Jicama is a root vegetable which is sometimes called a “Mexican Sweet Potato.” It is high in vitamin C, vitamin B6, iron, and potassium. Once peeled, it reveals a sweet juicy flesh that resembles the taste and texture of apples. Jicama is grown in the Hippocrates Organic Garden and is used in our kitchen for the […]
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