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Constantly updated posts featuring transformation stories, Q&As and healing advice for you and your family.

New Attitude, New Man Archive
New Attitude, New Man 11 Jan 2019 • 3 min read

They say a repeat customer is a happy customer. That might be why I've enrolled in Hippocrates programs four times since June 2017, and why I have a fifth trip planned for November.

Food for Thought Archive
Food for Thought 11 Jan 2019 • 6 min read

Not long ago, when the spring of 2018 was just coming in with all the promise of life, green and budding all about me, I felt myself still in a deep,

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Clinical Research Studies 7 Jan 2019 • 16 min read

(1) Effect of wheat grass juice in supportive care of terminally ill cancer patients—A tertiary cancer centre experience from India. Dey S., Sarkar R.

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Lifestyle Medicine, My Passion 4 Jan 2019 • 7 min read

When I was in second grade, I was diagnosed with Salmonella food poisoning and hospitalized for a week.  I clearly remember being held down to get an IV.

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From Cancer to Remission 4 Jan 2019 • 5 min read

The doctor explained that if I were older, she would believe that the tumor was benign. However, because I was young she suspected it might be cancer.

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Riley Stress Reduction 4 Jan 2019 • 3 min read

More than a decade ago the World Health Organization declared “stress” a global epidemic. This has changed only in the fact that stress levels have risen.

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Heal Your Mind, Heal Your Body 27 Dec 2018 • 6 min read

Mind and matter are a package deal. By Brian Clement PhD, LN In my early years of work, there was no doubt in my mind that nutrition alone could reverse any and all problems.

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The Right Emphasis 20 Dec 2018 • 5 min read

In the spirit of this newsletter I would like to attempt to illustrate some techniques that will make your living food experience easy.

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Mistletoe: More than a Tradition 20 Dec 2018 • 2 min read

What we commonly call the Mistletoe actually belongs to a species of parasitic plants that live off the water and nutrients of a host plant which can

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Food, Not Fiction 20 Dec 2018 • 5 min read

Oxygen, enzymes and hormones far outweigh even the full spectrum of nutrients that are gained from an organic non-cooked diet: yet most people are sti

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Cooked Food What's In It? 13 Dec 2018 • 9 min read

Well, after years of being a pyrofoodiac, I discovered raw food; (no, I’m not talking raw meat or even sushi) but rather fruits, veggies and their jui

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Light: Medicine of the Future 11 Dec 2018 • 6 min read

Based on this awareness, I hypothesized that if we looked at nothing perhaps we would see everything. Experimenting with this supposition in my own life produced dramatic results.

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The Gift of Presence 7 Dec 2018 • 8 min read

We are all power plants with enough life force to fulfill our own energetic needs and still have enough for relationships with others.

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Sprouts & Greens 7 Dec 2018 • 5 min read

Want fresh food but the cold of winter has your garden trapped behind a heavy layer of frost? Good news! You can sprout indoors any time of the year!

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Don't Quit Before It's Over 29 Nov 2018 • 5 min read

Life is longer than you think. Don’t quit before it’s over. Lying in bed and reading Runner’s World magazine, I came upon an interesting article about running guru Bart Yasso.

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Mental Illness or Caffeine Allergy? 28 Nov 2018 • 9 min read

Unaware of her caffeine allergy, Ruth continued ingesting caffeinated products for the next 25 years.

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4 Self-Reliant Ways to Relieve Anxiety Now 23 Nov 2018 • 8 min read

Many people look forward to the holidays and celebrating festivities with family and friends ... but not everyone.

Invasive Plant or Nutritional Powerhouse? Archive
Invasive Plant or Nutritional Powerhouse? 22 Nov 2018 • 5 min read

Most people aspire to have their homes decorated on the outside with an attractive lawn consisting of a nice green carpet of mono-cultured green grass

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Superfoods: Algae, Seaweed, Sprouts 11 Nov 2018 • 4 min read

Blue-green Algae There are various types of algae, but the most vital blue-green algae are harvested from Klamath Lake in Oregon.

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Rosemary | Benefits & How to Grow 6 Nov 2018 • 3 min read

Rosemary- The Herb of Remembrance Rosemary is a delightfully fragrant herb that stimulates the palate, the olfactory senses as well as the mind.

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How to Make Great Compost 6 Nov 2018 • 4 min read

The secret to successful gardening is in the quality of the soil. The plants that we tend to cultivate need lots of humus (the organic component of soil) and minerals in order to grow strong, healthy, and vibrant.

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Diabetes: How Hippocrates saved me. 2 Nov 2018 • 10 min read

Health challenges:  Weight Gain, High Blood Pressure, High Cholesterol, Atrial Fibrillation, Sleep Apnea, Sciatic Nerve Pain, Fasciitis Tendon pain, H

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Plant-Based Omega 3's 25 Oct 2018 • 9 min read

Excellent Plant-Based Sources of Omega-3s: Chia seed Hemp seed or oil Flax seed (ground) or oil Microalgae oil AFA Algae (Aphanizomenon flo

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Advice from Our Psychotherapists 24 Oct 2018 • 6 min read

Expert advice from our "A" Team! Antony and Andy the resident psychotherapists at Hippocrates Health Institute give you a piece of their minds! Q: My

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