A fresh and even healthier take on a classic tabouleh recipe! Yield: 5 Cups 1½ cups sprouted hulled buckwheat, dehydrated for 3-5 hours 1½ cups chopped fresh parsley 1 cup finely chopped red bell pepper ¾ cup finely diced cucumber ½ cup finely diced red onion 1/4 cup chopped fresh mint Dressing: 1 clove garlic […]
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It takes more than food to fill you up. Taste is only a small part of a good meal. Enjoying your food depends on how you eat, when you eat, even the company you keep while eating. So, when you’re hungry, slow down, relax, take a deep breath, and keep in mind the following suggestions:

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What is detox? That is a word you will hear a lot while you are here at Hippocrates. Unfortunately, it is no secret that we live on a polluted planet today. The air, the land, the water, and the food are contaminated by the 85,000+ chemicals we humans have created over the last 200 years […]
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Life is like a roller coaster, says Dr. Paul J. Rosch, president of the American Institute of Stress in New York.

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Enzymes are large protein molecules found in all living things – plant and animal. Your body is capable of producing two types of enzymes, metabolic and digestive. Digestive enzymes include things like protease, and lipase, and amylase for the digestion of proteins, carbohydrates and fats. In human physiological terms, metabolic enzymes are the spark of […]
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Food is our fuel. You don?t select your gasoline based on the color of your car. So too our fuel choices should be based on what we know our body needs. We have all indulged in something that brings a smile to our face, from sight or thought alone. All too often, we are drawn in by catchy jingles and TV spots. Only to know that aching belly or extra trip to the lavatory was a result. Factors such as time, price, mood, upbringing, present company and habit influence our meal choices. Many of us try healthier options when they are presented, and may even notice differences or slight improvements in our health. Switching from soda pop to V8 is likely a step in the right direction, but it is basically like trading a can full of sugar and acid for a bottle of salt and vegetables not suitable for sale whole.

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Hello Summer! This delicious creamy coleslaw  is the perfect dish to bring to any bbq or picnic. Your friends won’t even know it’s dairy free (or raw vegan)! Ingredients: 4 cups thinly sliced green cabbage ½ cup thinly sliced red cabbage ½ cup shredded carrots Dressing: Blend until very creamy ¼ cup lemon juice 1 […]
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For decades it’s been a running joke among members of Alcoholic’s Anonymous (AA) and Narcotic’s Anonymous (NA)—‘get off the drugs and alcohol and get on the sugar.’ At just about any AA or NA meeting anywhere in the world you will find in the back of the meeting room tables laden with donuts, candies, cookies […]
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There may be a straightforward and simple answer to this question-it’s a nutrient called choline. Having a high level of cholesterol in eggs yolks doesn’t help, either. Though choline is an essential nutrient/vitamin (similar to a B vitamin) for human liver and brain health, having too much of it in your diet can turn its […]
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Are you looking for a crispy delicious snack? Make your own apple chips at home! With just a few simple ingredients you will find a more affordable and tasty option compared to the store bought alternative! YIELD: 6 TRAYS 4 apples, cored fresh lemon juice, as needed 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon ¼ teaspoon ground clove […]
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While guests are immersed in the Life Transformation Program at Hippocrates Health Institute that includes organic meals, fresh sprouts, juice and wheatgrass, holistic therapies, and exercise classes, it comes as no surprise that a common concern might be, “How am I going to continue this when I get home?” Here are some of our top […]
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Purslane Purslane is normally considered by many people to be an annoyingly common invasive yard weed. In reality it is a tasty “wild edible” that is packed with nutrients and traditionally used for a number of health benefits. The soft, succulent purslane leaves, flowers, and stems can be eaten alone or mixed with your salad. […]
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Ingredients for 1 Blender: 3 Cloves Garlic 1 Thumb Ginger 5 Tsp. Curry 1/3 Tsp. Graham Masala 1 Tsp. Kelp Powder 1 Large Handful Shredded Carrots Fill remainder with chopped yellow pepper. Blend the marinade until smooth. Fill a glass jar half way with thinly sliced cauliflower, cabbage, and shredded carrot. Place the apple in the center […]
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All of the following herbs and nutritional supplements should be consumed in their whole food form, which will ensure the complete and proper assimilation of all nutrient cofactors. Synthetic products in which nutrients are isolated in a laboratory do not provide the human body with all of the beneficial effects of supplements taken directly from […]
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Naturally sweet, delicious, and raw, this Sweetheart Salad has it all. Indulge in a heaping portion of this healthful dish, rich in vitamin A to promote healthy bones, skin, and immune system. Ingredients: 1 Butternut Squash, Peeled & Seeded 1 Sweet Potato 1 Carrot Dressing: 3/4 C. Chopped Carrot 1/8 C. Lemon Juice 1/2 C. Raw, Organic […]
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Chronic stress is defined as continuous (days or weeks) exposure to a stressful situation. According to the American Institute of stress: Seventy-five to 90 percent of all visits to primary care physicians are for stress-related complaints or disorders. Forty-three percent of all adults suffer adverse effects due to stress. Stress has been linked to all […]
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Overly sweet desserts are so overrated. These truffles (or blondies depending on how you make them) are the perfect combination of light sweetness and savory decadence. This satisfying recipe was provided by the Hippocrates Health Institute Pastry Chef Rentate Wallner. As with all of our desserts there is no added sugar and it’s totally raw! Chop in food processor until […]
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By Tom Fisher, R.N., B.A. 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, […]
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What causes us to age? Scientist who study Gerontology are not exactly sure. Some believe it is due to genetics, exposure to the sun, breathing, eating, or some kind of predetermined biological clock. One thing gerontologists all agree on is that that chronological age has little bearing on biological age. In other words, the number […]
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What better way to usher in the spring than with a cool, refreshing, green soup? Embrace the detoxing effects of green juice and the nourishing avocado. Ingredients: 3 C. Green Juice (we recommend a blend of sunflower sprout, pea sprout, cucumber, and celery) 1 C. Chopped Celery 1 C. Chopped Cucumber 1/4 C. Chopped Red […]
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