Gerson Therapy for Cancer

"GERSON THERAPY FOR CANCER" A number of recent documentaries have renewed interest in Gerson Therapy, a largely diet-based, alternative treatment for cancer invented by the late Dr Max Gerson about 80 years ago

According to a recent interview out of Sloan-Kettering and the Journal Oncology, for about $16,000 you can fly to a clinic in Mexico and spend three weeks consuming fresh raw fruit and vegetable juices OK Eliminating salt from the diet

so far, so good And taking supplements such as, ah, potassium, B-12, thyroid hormone, pancreatic enzymes, and supposedly detoxifying the liver with coffee enemas to stimulate metabolism I do not dispute that coffee enemas would not be stimulating, but would not recommend them due to the whole “they could kill you” thing

To their credit, modern Gerson practitioners have moved away from the original tenets of the plan, which included feeding people raw calf liver smoothies After too many people died from systemic blood infections, after learning of the outbreaks, staff at the Gerson Institute decided the policy of drinking blended liver was to be altered, and instead started injecting people with raw liver instead But, hey! Conventional cancer treatments are no walk in the park either, right? You do them in hopes that they’ll work So how does the Gerson therapy compare? The first formal investigation in the treatment was back in 1947, and in the 65 years since there’s been about a dozen studies published in the scientific literature, and most came to the same conclusion, that Gerson therapy is useless or worse In tomorrow’s video, I’ll show you some of the data



Useful Topics


Coffee Enema

infrared sauna