This weekend, don't miss a day of peace, love, music -- and raw vegan eats -- during Rawstock 2013. This Saturday, November 2, Hippocrates Health Institute, South Florida's own alternative health institute, will be celebrating its annual health and wellness event where wheatgrass, raw food, and holisitic health rule.
Thousands are expected to celebrate the third annual Rawstock, where they will learn how to live a healthy lifestyle through Hippocrates many alternative health care professionals. The event will include cooking demonstrations, complimentary raw food sampling, live music and a variety of health and wellness lectures, some to be hosted by the institute's co-directors, Brian and Anna Maria Clement. There will also be a raffle offering a one-week complimentary stay at Hippocrates as a grand prize.
Often considered the "Harvard of the alternative health world," Hippocrates Health Institute is a non-profit health institute, and has been a leader in the field of natural and alternative health care and education for more than 50 years. Founded in Boston, Massachusetts by Ann Wigmore, the Hippocrates philosophy is founded on the belief that a raw, vegan, enzyme-rich diet - complemented by exercise, positive thinking and non-invasive therapies - is integral to optimum human health.
Where: Hippocrates Health Institute in West Palm Beach
When: Saturday, November 2, 2013 from 10 a.m to 4 p.m.
How: This event is free and open to the publlic.
For more information about Rawstock or Hippocrates Health Institute call 561-471-8876, or visit the website and Facebook page. You can also learn more by reading Clean Plate Charlie's Hippocrates Health News series.
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