By Sara Bronson Sally couldn’t understand why she couldn’t reach the top in her department. Graduating Summa Cum Laude, she knew how to put in extra hours, could quote the product manuals inside and out, kept in great physical shape and yet was stuck, unable to think a new thought. What else was she to […]
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Eating is a primal nourishing act that connects us to the world around us. By the very process of taking in food, we transform the external environment into our internal environment. Meals are a celebration of our interdependence with nature. Yet in these modern, frenetic, convenience-ridden times, that sense of celebration has been banished from the few minutes we call lunch or dinner. Mealtimes have become more of a bother than a pleasant daily ritual that gives focus to our lives.

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Foraging through the woods, with their endless walking, our nomadic ancestors genetically and anatomically set the blueprint for future generations. Not until we humans began to become sedentary, did we begin to limit total body use. Farming, in and of itself, offered the full spectrum of aerobic and weight-lifting exercise that is prerequisite to health. […]
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There are some psychologists who adhere to the Systems approach to mental health. The central idea here is that each individual lives and functions within a larger psychological system, like the family unit, a peer group, etc., and that within that system, our sense of self and well-being are derived and nurtured, this, of course, is especially true for young children, who, in their immature sense of personal boundaries, are wide open to external influences. Even a person’s sense of his own separateness is learned within the setting of the family system. If this system has the qualities of openness, truthfulness, acceptance, and love, then a child’s emerging self-image will naturally tend to be healthy. Where the communication is stifled or warped in a family system, the individual’s self-image can easily become unhealthy. Besides exploring our own personal history to clean up unhealthy impressions we may be carrying and acting out, there are some life-style choices we can make in our present circumstances to keep our psychological environment “clean”.

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It’s extracted directly from a plant, it’s up to 200 times sweeter than table sugar, it contains no calories, and it doesn’t  come with the health problems associated  with other sweeteners. We’re talking about stevia, a South American plant that has been used by indigenous peoples for hundreds of years to make tea and sweeten […]
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It used to be that fatty liver disease was a serious medical condition primarily seen in alcoholics, but that all began to change over the past three decades as rising fructose consumption triggered a now widespread condition called non-alcoholic fatty liver disease. This condition occurs when the human liver has difficulty breaking down fats and […]
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This cool raw vegan soup is rich in flavor, perfectly creamy, with just the perfect amount of spice! Yield: 4-6 Servings  2 C. Shiitake Mushrooms, Sliced Sprinkle w/Lime Juice, set aside Blend until smooth: 1/8  C. Lime/Lemon Juice 2 Cloves Garlic 2 inch Ginger Root 1 Tsp.  Curry Powder 1 C. Fresh Coconut Meat 2 C. […]
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Yes, believe it or not, your 100 is coming! The Pew Research Center recently reported that the world centenarian population is projected to grow eight-fold by the year 2050. This is a staggering statistic considering that the population over the age of 80 and 90 is also expected to skyrocket. The evidence is everywhere. Assisted […]
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It’s LOVELY time of year for many reasons, one of them being this fantastic raw vegan cookie recipe! Enjoy them under the tree or wherever your heart desires. Ingredients: 3 Cups Brazil nuts, soaked overnight and rinsed 3.75–4 Cups of sliced carrots 1/4 tsp cinnamon 2 tsp vanilla flavor, without alcohol 18 drops Stevia Zest of 1 […]
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Although oysters are well known as a source of zinc, they are better known as a toxic food. Even in the Bible people are warned not to eat shellfish. They are the scavengers of the ocean and absorb all of its poisons. There is more toxic pollution in the oceans than ever before in human […]
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Beta-Carotene (Vitamin A) Action: This one is best known for the positive effect it has on eye and skin health. It also plays a vital role in the production of sex hormones. It strengthens the mucus membrane, prevents atrophy of the genitals, and increases sperm count. The strength and numbers of white blood cells intensifies […]
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When there is a health challenge, Hippocrates recommends moving to a raw and living foods diet quickly. When one is healthy, she/he can add raw and living foods into their life to support optimal health. I recommend starting by adding sprouts into one’s diet. Some sprouts, are ten to thirty times more nutritious than your […]
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  The Seven Pillars Of Health And Happiness by Brian Clement, Ph.D., L.N.   All too often health-minded living foodies become ultra-focused on diets as the be all and end all. Although nutrition is an essential and powerful ally in the quest to conquer  aging and disease, it alone cannot afford you complete well-rounded and […]
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This Dairy-Free classic is sure to please guests all year long. Recipe by Executive Chef Ken Blue of Hippocrates Health Institute CREAMED SPINACH DIP Yield: 4-6 servings 1 lb. Spinach chopped in food processor with “S” blade 1-2 oz. of dehydrated almond meal Sauce: 1.5 oz. Lemon Juice 5 oz. Water 1.5 C. Pine nuts (Soaked […]
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No region of our body is as heavily saturated with heavy metals, alloys, toxic materials, dead organs (teeth that have under-gone root canal treatment), and inflammations such as the mouth and jaw areas. Biological dentistry is named after a current of thought that treats the mouth as a part of the body and not as an […]
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Looking for an easy delicious recipe to make at home? Try our famous Tacos with Red Pepper Corn Salsa! Walnut Tacos Yield: 2 cups Taco “Meat”: 3 C. walnuts, soaked and dehydrated 1-2 cloves garlic 2 T. chili powder 1 tsp. Bragg’s Aminos*Optional 1/4 tsp. cayenne 1. Combine all ingredients in a food processor. 2. Process […]
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When meeting Dr. Powell, I immediately recognized the depth of knowledge and experience she has gained in her decades of experience in the field of human potential.

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Hippocrates Health Institute has partnered again with The Real Truth About Health Conference and the world’s top authors/lecturers to share, educate and ultimately empower you with the latest scientifically proven truth about health, the medical system and the environment! The Real Truth About Health Conference is a fully comprehensive educational event that is an annual […]
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Diabetes claims more lives with each passing year. How can we stop it? | BY ANNA MARIA CLEMENT, PhD, LN | In the year 1900, medical journals did not contain any information on the disease we now call diabetes. As expected, this lifestyle disorder has been completely created via our poor diets and lethargic living. Not […]
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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. Asparagus can be planted early the Spring as soon […]
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