Most of us live in fear of cancer, either as the result of our lifestyle, our genetics, or our environment. Everyone knows someone affected by cancer. The options for treatment depend on the type of cancer and how advanced it is, but most treatment protocols include surgery, radiation and chemotherapy, all of which take a toll on the body and soul. There are other alternatives, though, like Gerson Therapy.
Gerson Therapy takes the naturopathic approach that the body can heal itself, provided it is given the opportunity and proper nutrition. A strict regimen of freshly pressed juices from organic produce, coffee enemas, low sodium intake, and micronutrition supplements (such as Lugol's solution) are used to create better health within the cells and remove environmental factors that foster cancer cell growth.
Dr. Max Gerson originally developed the therapy in the early 1900s as a way to cure his own chronic, crippling migraines. He later applied the protocol to tuberculosis (which cured Dr. Albert Schweitzer's wife of tuberculosis, and Schweitzer of his type 2 diabetes), and eventually to cancer. Since 1928, Gerson Therapy has been used to treat all types of cancer, terminal illness, and immune disorders including Lupus, MS, and arthritis.
Sadly, despite the decades of documented remissions and cures, Gerson Therapy has not been approved and accepted by the medical community for cancer treatment. Although the links between cancer, disease, and nutrition are commonly known, there are no financial gains to be had by the pharmaceutical companies that manufacture cancer drugs. Cancer treatment is a billion-dollar business.
Fortunately for the person with bad health and a poor diagnosis, Gerson Therapy has few monetary costs. The Gerson Institute will train you in the basics of the protocol for $500, a price far less than oral chemotherapy, which can cost thousands without health insurance. Or, you can buy the Gerson Therapy book and begin your therapy at home. Either way, Gerson Therapy may offer an opportunity to improve your health without terrible side effects and poor quality of life. That alone makes it something worth trying.
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