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One of the first  research studies that I came across on Seabuckthorn discussed the amazing healing and analgesic properties of Seabuckthorn Oil in the treatment of burns.  Like most people I found that surprising since oil of any kind is definitely not something I expected to be using to heal burns. Quite the opposite in fact. Well, not only […]

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For just under a year, I helped a neighbour who was practicing the Gerson Protocol anti-cancer diet, by preparing for her freshly-squeezed juices and food as indicated by the diet’s rules. The salt-free, fat-free, mostly vegan, low protein, high-potassium, organic diet was developed to correct the underlying causes of ill-health (as postulated by the late […]

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I made myself this dish – albeit with a handful of chickpeas and a sliced clove of garlic – almost every day for lunch in Grade 11. I adapted this recipe for a neighbour for whom I was doing some Gerson cooking for her anti-cancer diet. The Gerson Protocol limits herbs, aromatics and other concentrated […]

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Gerson recipes: Salsa

I created this recipe for a neighbour for whom I was doing some Gerson cooking for her anti-cancer diet. The Gerson Protocol limits herbs, aromatics and other concentrated vegetables, but my neighbour really needed the extra pizzazz of the herbs, hence the relatively generous quantity of cilantro.   Salsa December, 2007   Ingredients 2 sm […]

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I created this recipe for a neighbour for whom I was doing some Gerson cooking for her anti-cancer diet. She preferred peeled potatoes, which is why these potatoes are peeled. This is a very good way to help get in the Gerson-required quantity of potatoes and dark greens. My inspiration was a soup I had […]

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I created this recipe for a neighbour for whom I was doing some Gerson cooking for her anti-cancer diet. The Gerson Protocol limits herbs, aromatics and other concentrated flavours, but my neighbour really needed the extra pizzazz of the herbs, hence the relatively generous quantity of dill. The Gerson protocol also limits cooking temperature, but […]

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Oops! They did it again! Researchers have removed another card from the house built by the beer, wine and spirits stakeholders who are trying to convince consumers that alcohol consumption confers a net health benefit. Yes, research still shows that heart disease (by the way one of the easiest syndromes to improve or avoid through […]

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According to this CBC article, a recent study of 1.3 million women concluded that as much as 13% of cancers in British women may be accounted for by alcohol consumption.The study, which followed the women (most of whom were light to moderate drinkers and 25% of whom were teetotallers) for an average of 7 years, […]

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