Guest post by Sarah Mabrouk I spent a good part of my career as a journalist, covering news stories in the Middle East. I reported on the Iraq war, the withdrawal from Gaza, the war in Lebanon, Ahmedinejad’s rise to power in Iran, the election win of Hamas in the Palestinian territories, and many […]
This week, Anderson Cooper had an amazing interview with a charismatic fellow with an affinity for giving shout-outs to his favorite foods. No, I’m not talking about his now-viral interview with Charles Ramsey, the McDonalds-loving hero who helped rescue three women from captivity in Cleveland. I’m talking about his interview with Sy Harger, a six-year-old […]
Life at the Gerson Institute is always exciting, but last Thursday was especially exciting, since Phil Collen, the lead guitarist for Def Leppard, came for lunch. Actually, it was a little more than lunch. Collen came to our office yesterday with guitar maker Jake Willoughby to present the Institute with a $20,000 donation and give […]
The Gerson Institute has been around for over three decades. As you can imagine, a lot has happened over the years. While some parts of our past will live on only as memories, others we were fortunate enough to capture on video. Recently, we began a project to bring the Gerson Institute’s history back to […]
It’s no big secret that mercury is highly poisonous, and that exposure to mercury should be avoided at all costs. Why, then, do dentists keep putting mercury fillings in their patient’s teeth? Mercury fillings – sometimes called “silver fillings,” “metal fillings” or “amalgam fillings” – are incredibly toxic. Mercury fillings continuously emit mercury vapor, which […]
We’re always so busy, busy, busy around here! There’s been a lot going on this month, and if you’re not on top of our every Tweet, Facebook post, email or blog post, it can be easy to miss something special. Here’s a quick summary of a few cool things that happened last month: 1. Howard […]
Even at 90 years old she can still blow a large room full of people away.
Carla received a death sentence in 1958, yet 54 years later she is in vibrant health, thanks to the Gerson diet!
Charlotte Gerson will be speaking at 2PM PST (5 PM EST) on 2/25! Learn more…
Check out this excellent interview with Charlotte, by Kevin Gianni of Renegade Health. Charlotte talks about her father, Dr. Max Gerson, and the history of the Gerson Therapy. She explains the basics principles and components of the therapy – and how Dr. Gerson’s years of experimentation and working with patients led him to these conclusions!