Healing starts with the essentials…

From setting up your home to finding a doctor, there is a lot to consider when starting the Gerson Therapy. At the Gerson Institute, it is our goal to simplify this process as much as possible. The new Gerson Essentials Collection takes the guesswork out of preparing for the Gerson Therapy by providing carefully selected […]

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Gerson Therapy: Introduction Packet

Are you new to the Gerson Therapy? Start here!

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Disease as Miracle: Multiple Sclerosis, the Healing Reminder and the Gerson Therapy

This article about Nima Najafi’s path to recovery from multiple sclerosis on the Gerson Therapy originally appeared in the Gerson Institute’s quarterly newsletter, Healing News. Nima Najafi was born in Teheran, Iran, a few months before the Iran-Iraq war began. His family left for Germany for eight years to escape war, finally immigrating to Los […]

Recipe: Cauliflower with Carrot Sauce

Recipe: Cauliflower with Carrot Sauce

This cauliflower dish is a favorite among the staff at the Gerson Institute. It consists of cauliflower slow-cooked using Dr. Gerson’s method, topped with a creamy, slightly-sweet carrot sauce.

6 Tips for Getting More Sleep

It’s good to remember that food is medicine – but I think we’ve all felt the healing power of a good night’s sleep, too!

Free recipe e-book: The Gerson Guide to the Holidays

Free Recipe E-book: The Gerson Guide to the Holidays

  Are you getting ready for the holiday season? We certainly are! Today we are happy to present a brand-new free e-book: The Gerson Guide to the Holidays! Gerson staff members Liz and Ally were inspired to write this book by the many courageous Gerson patients who chose to heal naturally and who have persevered […]

How to Do a Clay Pack

This article originally appeared in the Fall 2014 issue of the Gerson Institute’s quarterly newsletter, the Healing News. Clay might provide us with the earliest example of using the earth’s resources to solve medical problems. When placed on the skin, clay draws out toxins to the outside surface of the clay (adsorption). These toxins then […]

The Dirty Secrets of Feminine Hygiene Products

    Women’s Voices for the Environment released a report this year called “Chem Fatale” that examined the toxicity of various feminine hygiene products. They found that tampons, pads and other feminine hygiene products contain a number of unwanted chemicals and pesticides, and can be detrimental to women’s health. I know menstruation—and the vagina, generally—is […]

Checking in with Charlotte Gerson

Charlotte Gerson celebrated her 92nd birthday this March, and we received hundreds of absolutely delightful messages of support and celebration. However, as Charlotte continues to advance further into her nineties, we have also begun to hear more and more from people inquiring about her health. So, we thought we would share an update about how […]

A Nutritional History of the Potato (& Why It Doesn’t Deserve Its Bad Reputation!)

Many people are surprised to learn that potatoes play such an important role in the Gerson diet. Through no fault of their own, potatoes have gotten a bad reputation nutritionally. If the most popular way to eat kale involved being deep-fried, covered in salt and doused with preservatives – well, even kale’s reputation might suffer […]

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