The two main juices for the Gerson Therapy, the Gerson green juice and carrot-apple juice, share a common ingredient: granny smith apples. But at this time of year, they’re out of season, and can be particularly hard to find organic. Coincidentally, it’s also around this time of year that our Education Team starts to get [...]
Ask the Doctor is a regular column in the Gerson Institute’s bimonthly newsletter, the Healing News. Our staff collects questions that we receive about the Gerson Therapy, and pose them to the Gerson Institute’s medical director, Dr. Kayla Smith, ND. Q: What do I do if I am allergic to foods on the Gerson diet? [...]
March of 2013 is my one-year anniversary of completing the Gerson Therapy for Lyme disease. And I have to report, so far, so good!
U.S. Registration ends May 31st! Take our Gerson Basics Workshop online, from the comfort of your own home.
And the winner is… you! You may remember, a few months back, I was raising funds for a Sy Harger, a six year old boy with a rare condition called eosiniphilic esophagitis, who is on the Gerson Therapy. If you don’t recall my last post, let me catch you up to speed! My name is [...]
The licensed Gerson Clinic in Mexico provides the complete Gerson Therapy for patients beginning their healing journey. The clinic is located in a coastal town in Mexico. A two-week minimum stay is required, but the doctors recommend three weeks for optimal care. The cost covers the full cost of the Gerson Therapy, as well as [...]
Our Beet and Watercress Salad pairs soft, cooked beets and onions with raw watercress, all topped off with tangy lemon juice. This recipe, while simple, contains two awesomely detoxifying ingredients: beets and watercress. Beets contain phyochemicals called betalains, which have great anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. Watercress is also an incredibly healthy food packed with phytonutrients, [...]
A couple years ago I would not have had the strength to tell my story. But now I’m well on my way to a recovery from Lyme disease, and it’s important for me to pay it forward and make a difference in someone else’s quality of life.
7 ½ years after being diagnosed with stage IV mantle cell, non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma, Joyce just celebrated another holiday with her family.
by Rita S, August 2012. I am from a little town 25 km North of Barcelona, Spain. I was diagnosed with a hormone-dependent breast cancer in November 2009 called invasive ductal adenocarcinoma; stage II/III, tumor size 2cm. I felt devastated at that moment, and so did my husband, my mother and my sisters. But then [...]