Health and Healing Crusade

 

 

Charlotte Gerson, daughter of Dr. Max Gerson, delivers a powerful message at the 2010 Health and Healing Crusade sponsored by Modern Manna Ministries. A brilliant performance from one of the most beloved women on the planet.

https://topdocumentaryfilms.com/gerson-miracle/

This is a documentary from filmmaker Steve Kroschel from 2004:

“The Gerson Miracle examines many of the elements of the Gerson Therapy, explaining why we are so ill and how we have in our grasp the power to recover our health without expensive, toxic or mutilating treatments, using the restorative forces of our own immune systems.

Even the most advanced cases of cancer can be successfully reversed using this method. While the results seem miraculous, the real “miracle” lies within our own body and its healing processes.

In this documentary from filmmaker Steve Kroschel, noted MD Max Gerson reveals a nutritional healing treatment that he claims can restore the body’s ability to fight off cancer and numerous other degenerative diseases.

The testimonies of a few “incurable” cancer patients highlight why this long-term cure could be much more effective than many of Dr. Gerson’s critics may care to admit.

8 thoughts on “Health and Healing Crusade

    1. Gerard, you say that good diets promote good health. Well, this is what it is all about, isn’t it? What I do not like about the medical profession is, that they are not likely to explain to you what a good diet is. Of course everybody is different and may respond to a good diet in different ways. 🙂

      1. Many doctors promote good diets, Uta. There are scores of doctors that are pointing out that many of our diseases are a result of bad eating habits. The hospitals are full of people that are there as a consequence of bad eating habits. The main culprits are sugar, fat and salt.What I dislike is the promise by some well meaning people that good diets can cure diseases such as cancer, when there is no science that can back that up. In some sad cases people gave up on medicine and medical procedures and followed magical dietary cures only to die. It is no good giving people false hope!

      2. Gerard, of course you don’t have to give up on prescribed medicine if you suffer from a disease. You say: “There are scores of doctors that are pointing out that many of our diseases are a result of bad eating habits.” So if this is the case, I cannot see that it does any harm to alter your eating habits to a certain degree. It may help or it mat not help. But one can try. Where is the harm done? Nobody can give you a guarentee for a cure or to never come up with a disease or to being able to live a very, very long life in constant good health! 🙂

  1. I tend to support the development of alternative “natural” cancer treatments. Now that it’s finally legal in many parts of the world, the effect of hemp-based cannabidiol is proving to be extremely promising in cancer treatment. The problem with most so-called “medical” cancer treatments is that they rarely cure cancer – in most cases all they do is prolong life expectancy by a few months.

  2. The gripe I have, Uta, with some of the diet related articles is, when they actually advice people that diets alone can cure serious diseases such as cancers and infections. Worse is when they advice people to forego medical intervention.

    This from the above link: “many of the elements of the Gerson Therapy, explaining why we are so ill and how we have in our grasp the power to recover our health without expensive, toxic or mutilating treatments, using the restorative forces of our own immune systems”.

    If I have an infected foot or a bout of pneumonia I put my faith in anti-biotics and not so much in carrot juice. Of course eating carrots is healthy.

  3. Yes, Gerard, anti-biotics are a good example. I do not doubt that in some cases they do a lot of good, they can actually be saving lives, right? But isn’t there a warning out that they should not be overused? For instance some people may want to use them to fight a simple cold, and some doctors may even be willing to prescribe them for that. So even for a doctor it may sometimes not be so easy to do the absolute right thing. It comes to this that all of us can try only to do our very best. I do trust doctors a real lot for they have studied a lot and know an awful lot of things. But maybe some doctors I tend to trust a bit more than others! 🙂

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s