Gerson Therapy


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Gerson Therapy

(gĕr′sŏn)
[Max B. Gerson, Ger.-Am. physician, 1881–1959]
A dietary therapy promoted as a treatment for cancer, migraine headaches, and tuberculosis, consisting of limited intake of sodium, potassium, protein, and fat, and frequent consumption of fruit juices and vegetables. The treatment also includes chamomile or coffee enemas, liver extract, pancreatic enzymes, and thyroid hormone.
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So he tested me and was totally amazed that my vision was that great already!" About 9 months into the Gerson Therapy, Tosh had a full vision test.
The Gerson Therapy for cancer and chronic illnesses has been with us for about 60 years.
Helped by his wife Mary, Bill used the Gerson Therapy, and lived until 2009, passing just before his 90th birthday!
I am so blessed to have stumbled upon the Gerson Therapy. If it weren't for the Internet and YouTube, I would have never known that such a Therapy ever existed.
I found my way back to health via the Gerson Therapy, help from others, and a lot of work.
Module I trains medical professionals, including medical doctors, chiropractors, osteopaths, naturopaths and nurse practitioners in the Gerson Therapy, through presentations both practical and scientific.
Carol was outgoing and willing to share her knowledge about the Gerson Therapy and she sparked my interest.
He's been doing the Gerson Therapy for the last year and his results are coming back better than ever.
She has a knack for performing miracles and did so almost every day to help the clinic grow." As Executive Director of the Gerson Institute, "she is highly productive, and has originated a number of new programs and training sessions for patient helpers and also for doctors, chiropractors and nurses to administer the Gerson Therapy all over the world.
But behind that relaxed appearance the teaching and practice of the Gerson Therapy is carried out with high professionalism and strict precision.
She translated the book The Gerson Therapy by Charlotte Gerson into Japanese.
Rice is only permitted once per week for patients on the Gerson Therapy, but we recommend replacing this once-weekly food with oats, quinoa or very occasionally millet.