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In 1976, I contacted a live wire and was electrocuted. I was pronounced dead at the scene and when they were able to partially revive me, my trip to the hospital was ominous as my heart stopped 3 times. The physician said it was impossible I was still alive and he expected permanent brain and body impairments. He expected my life to be lived in a semi-vegetative state. Their protocol was to fill me up with drugs until my prevailing debility was stabilized. I choose to go out of the hospital against their will and was surrounded by my three sons who drove me to a friends property where I laid out on a blanket on the ground as all of my body was limp and all bodily functions were not working.

I had read about living foods and always thought if I had a serous health problem I would embrace them. My children supported and served me juices and living foods until my body regained strength. After several days I felt I had regained most of my mobility an asked my sons to help me re-visit the hospital and see the physician who had told me if I left the hospital I would be dead in two days. My visit was to give him two Hippocrates books and show him there is another way. Over the decades I have been faithful to the program and believe I have helped thousands to improve their health and conquer disease. Thanks Hippocrates for being there when I needed you.

The Hippocrates Health Institute is located in West Palm Beach, FL, 561-471-8876, Brian Clements, Director

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