Gerson Therapy & Women’s Reproductive Health

We are often contacted by women asking about the Gerson Therapy in relation to women’s reproductive health. The following information addresses common concerns with respect to the Gerson Therapy and birth control, infertility and pregnancy. These answers are based on the experience and opinions of the seasoned Certified Gerson Practitioners who have practiced the Gerson […]

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Menopause and Women’s Hormonal Health

  Hormonal changes and shifts in a woman’s body are as inevitable as life itself, and most will go unnoticed. However, when the body is out of balance, hormonal changes can wreak havoc on a woman’s everyday life; the greater the imbalance, the greater the disturbances. As women get closer to perimenopause and ultimately, menopause, […]

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Thermography: A Safe Breast Health Assessment

  For years, new research has called into question the effectiveness of mammography. As a result, the American Cancer Society (ACS) changed their stance on mammograms in October 2015. ACS previously recommended that annual mammograms begin at 40 years of age. But now with increased knowledge of the limitations and potential harms of mammography, the […]

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Cancer Healing Odyssey: A Mother’s Strength

Sarto Schickel and his wife, Sun Hee, lived a quiet and lovely life in Philadelphia with their two daughters, Arianna and Julianna. In 2007, their lives were shattered by the sudden discovery that Sun Hee had Stage IV ovarian cancer with malignant pleural effusion, a condition fatal within a year in 80% of patients. In […]

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5 Tips for Spotting Melanoma

Do you know how to spot possible signs of Melanoma? Here are 5 tips from the American Cancer Society:   Check for any spots that look different from all the other spots on your skin See your doctor for changes in the surface of a mole, such as scaliness, oozing, bleeding, or the appearance of […]

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DIY Organic Bug Repellent Spray

This organic DIY spray is a great chemical-free way to keep unwanted bugs off of prized produce. Ingredients 1 garlic bulb 1 small onion 1 tsp powdered cayenne pepper 1 quart water 1 tbsp liquid castile soap (i.e., Dr. Bronner’s) Directions Put garlic and onion in the blender, blend until liquefied. Add 1 quart of […]

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From Trash to Treasure with Compost

Throughout the Gerson Kitchen Video Series I mention the term “compost”. Usually, I use it in regards to food scraps, or what some may call waste. If you’re on the Gerson Therapy, or someone who happens to cook or juice regularly, you likely find yourself getting rid of quite a bit of produce each week, […]

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Six Steps to Start a Garden

  Starting a garden sounds like a big project, but starting small goes a long way. With a little bit of planning, you will not only save money while helping the earth, but you’ll build a strong connection to your food. For Gerson patients in particular, a home garden oasis can offer mental and emotional […]

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The Importance of Soil

  For our Earth Month with the Gerson Institute series, we help you find where to get organic produce, how to start a garden and how to turn your trash into treasure by composting. Now we’re getting our hands dirty to learn more about how the health of our soil directly impacts our own health. Our […]

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Where to Get Organic Produce

  The first and most important rule of all produce while on the Gerson Therapy is that it must be organic! Organic food can be found in a variety of sources. Some of these options are specific to the United States, but most other countries will have similar ways of finding organic produce. Check the […]

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