Not that I would agree with everything the Gerson Therapy is doing, but it is more than a good start, with a cancer cure rate of over 90%.
Juicing veggies is one of the most important keys to stay and get healthy and so is colon hydrotherapy (a course in the beginning (3-7 times to clean out all the garbage from the colon, with which Gerson would not agree) and then continuing with Gerson’s coffee enemas.
Actually the combination of juicing and enemas is what will do the trick and it will also safe you many years of detoxification.
Working for the Gerson Institute, I hear many remarkable stories of people who have used the Therapy to heal themselves. One of these remarkable people is Joyce Forsythe, who just enjoyed another holiday with her family – 7 ½ years after being diagnosed with stage IV mantle cell, non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma. I want share Joyce’s story with you, because it is not only a remarkable testament to the healing power of the Therapy, it also shows how important it is that people know about the therapy before they become ill.
Since it is her story, I will let Joyce tell you about her healing journey, in her own words.
In July of 2005, at the age of 68, I found a mass in my abdomen. PET and CT scans showed my spleen had grown to the size of a football. I had my spleen removed and after a biopsy received a diagnosis of stage IV mantle cell, non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma. My oncologist at Dana Farber recommended a cocktail of four different chemotherapy drugs. He hoped these drugs would put my cancer into remission for a couple of years.
I had learned about Dr. Max Gerson’s therapy 30 years earlier when we lived outside of New York City near his medical practice. As a long-time subscriber to the Gerson newsletter, I had always planned to start the Gerson Therapy if I got cancer. So, I turned down the chemotherapy and told my oncologist that I would do Gerson’s holistic cancer Therapy instead. He reminded me that my cancer was stage IV. Nutrition wouldn’t hurt, but it wouldn’t help. I had read Dr. Gerson’s book and the many patient cases in the newsletters over the years. The oncologist’s warnings were no deterrent for me.
Real health experts like Howard Straus, who know their stuff, cannot explain what is done to us other than that it is done by design.
You cannot do the full Gerson Therapy program on your own. You need a support team to help you with that.
However, there is still a lot that you can do and already that is a great improvement to what you have probably done before.
You may not be able to do all the juicing and coffee enemas, but 3 times juicing and 1-2 coffee enemas per day will already make a huge difference, compared to doing nothing.
And the recommended supplements can be easily integrated and preparing your food differently should not be a problem either.
The Gerson Therapy is not the only highly successful cancer therapy out there and there are many methods, supplements, herbs that will buy you time and stop the cancer from growing, which is giving you time to completely heal yourself.
Evita Ramparte was diagnosed with a serious case of ovarian cancer after a visit to the doctor revealed it was the concerning cause of her constant pain. Told that chemotherapy, radiation, and surgery were among her only options to ever recover, Ramparte was not convinced. After all, she had been living her whole life in ways that she was unhappy with, ‘going with the flow’ of the world and ending up as obese and unhappy.
Instead, Evita opted to use an approach centered around nutrition and lifestyle — one that she says ultimately ended up curing her cancer that doctors said could not truly be cured. She visited an alternative health professional, and began a regiment of Gerson-styled (Gerson Therapy) juicing. Radically altering her diet from her usual processed food intake of pizza and doughnuts into freshly made juice from her own home, she also began to realize what it’s like to actually feel healthy and happy.
Carla Shuford grew up on a small dairy farm in North Carolina. Though the organic movement was not as established as it is today, in the mid-1950s her father decided to stop using pesticides in his garden in favor of adopting organic farming practices.
Though in retrospect it seems incredibly prescient, her father had no idea yet that this decision would become instrumental in saving his daughter’s life.
In 1958, at age 15, Carla Shuford was diagnosed with osteogenic sarcoma, which had metastasized to her lymph nodes. Osteogenic sarcoma is the second most common type of primary bone cancer, which typically presents in the leg or shoulder. It is most commonly diagnosed in children and adolescents.
This interview was shot in 2013 at the Charlotte Gerson Health Restoration Center in Encinitas, CA. Dr. Sheridan is a long time fan and supporter of the Gerson Institute and was eager for the chance to do a one-on-one interview with Charlotte.