An up-to-date and accessible account of one of the first alternative cancer therapies for both patients and professionals, this text is a guide to healing the body through nutrition for people with cancer, AIDS, allergies, obesity, high blood pressure, lupus and other chronic conditions that has been used successfully for over 60 years. The Gerson Therapy is an intensive programme of juicing and coffee enemas combined with a strict diet of organic fruit and vegetables. This therapy was one of the first alternative cancer therapies and has been used successfully for over 60 years to treat thousands of terminally ill patients. Aimed at both sufferers of chronic illnesses and healthcare professionals, this authoritative and accessible guide brings the therapy up-to-date, with approaches not only for cancer patients and people who have undergone chemotherapy, but also for people with non-cancer-related conditions such as AIDS, hepatitis, emphysema and fibromyalgia. The book shows you: how to beat cancer by changing your body's chemistry; special juicing techniques for maximum healing power; how to conquer allergies, obesity, high blood pressure, AIDS, lupus and other chronic diseases; which supplements will strengthen your immune system; and how to prepare delicious, super-healthy foods using Gerson-approved recipes.
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Charlotte Gerson is the daughter of the pioneer of the Gerson Therapy, Max Gerson, and for many years worked alongside her father on his research into the effects of nutrition on health. Since his death in 1959 she has continued to build upon his work, training staff at the Gerson Institute in San Diego and giving lectures around the world. A vibrant 70 year old, she is living proof that the Gerson Therapy works. Morton Walker is a respected medical journalist with 74 bestselling books to his name and 23 journalism awards for his work.
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Book Description Thorsons, 2003. Paperback. Book Condition: Used; Good. Bookseller Inventory # 1435225