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hippocarates institute

Above is a picture of lunch delicacies from the Hippocrates Institute.

I am visiting Hippocrates Institute this week and had the honor of meeting the director Brian Clement and several of his staff. I lunch there at their invitation and interviewed Kathleen Clark who runs the educational academy at Hippocrates Institute. We are making a Youtube of the interview to help promote their invaluable 9 week program for health educators. They are the pioneers of the living foods movement and their lunches reflect that – about a dozen different sprouts and dishes such as hummus made of sprouted chickpeas. For decades they have also been making their own sauerkraut in-house which provides invaluable probiotics.

I took a tour of their facilities including a special room when guests can get an unlimited amount of self-served wheatgrass. They have a green house where they grow the wheatgrass and an assortment of sprout – it was an oxygen-rich experience and I breathed in deeply while there. Then we went to their swimming pool area where the water is neither chlorinated or fluoridated. I think they use a special ozone process. They also have a couple of treatment rooms with chelation therapy, hyperbaric oxygen chambers, low induction electrical stimulus machines and the like to help support detoxification, stress relief and better nutrition absorption. It was quite and experience to see all that was going on. Our tour guide Jody – wife of Sean who I am interviewing tomorrow and whose business provides sprouts to Hippocrates – told the story of how she had near terminal cancer and had her life turned around. She is one of many who have been turnaround in a period that now spans half a century.

We plan on soon having a series of interviews with sprouting experts so stay tuned. You can’t be on a living food diet without knowing the great secrets of how best to sprout to bring the great and sacred life force out of our foods.

For more information on the Hippocrates Institute and their lifesaving programs, visit http://www.hippocratesinst.org

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  1. Mikase says:

    Sodium Benzoate is in Hippocrates' LifeONE http://www.naturespeaks.us/pag… However, Hippo’s “BRAIN” product has poisonous BENZENE in it!!! Dr. Brian Clements was asked for documentation to show that Sodium Benzoate and Vitamin C were not in the product. He has no documentation to show that sodium benzoate and ascorbic acid which produces cancer-causing BENZENE is not in their “BRAIN” product. 3rd party independent lab testing shows that Hippocrates’ “BRAIN” product is heavily loaded with cancer-causing BENZENE. This is also sold as E3Live’s BrainON. Organic – NOT! http://e3livecancer.blogspot.c… What happened to integrity??

  2. chlorella says:

    Wheatgrass is grown through a process known as sprouting. Sprouts are “complete foods” because they contain all other essential dietary nutrients, along with the enzymes to help assimilate them. They are easily digested and enter the bloodstream quickly. The nutrients in wheatgrass juice are completely assimilated by the human body in 20 minutes. For this reason sprouts are “quick energy” foods. Wheat sprouts contain four times more folic acid, and six times more Vitamin C, than unsprouted wheat or ordinary grass.

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