Category: My Gerson journey

Travelling As A Post-Gerson Person: Moments From Melbourne

Posted May 3, 2012
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As most of you know, I recently clocked up two years of Gerson Therapy, and after spending the past two years basically house bound chained to my juicer and enema bucket, I wanted to celebrate my new-found semi-freedom in style. It just so happened that my two-year mark coincided with The Warwick Foundation’s annual High… Read More

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Holy Crap, I Did It! The Gerson Two-Year Mark

Posted April 16, 2012
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Image found here 8760 glasses of juice 2920 coffee enemas 1460 baked potatoes 1460 bowls of Hippocrates soup 33580 supplements 174 shots of castor oil Two years ago yesterday I arrived at the Gerson clinic in Tijuana, Mexico to start two years of intense detoxification and nutritional treatment. I thought that I was about to… Read More

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Healing Hiatus Activity #2: Oncology Massage

Posted March 19, 2012
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As some of you know, when I was first diagnosed with cancer (and before I put all of my faith into healing my body naturally) I underwent several conventional treatments including a couple of surgeries and an extremely high dose of chemotherapy – all targeted at my left hand, arm and armpit.   It’s been… Read More

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Why Illness Is Not A Flaw

Posted March 13, 2012
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When I look down at my arm and see scars, scabs, lumps, swelling and a big ol’ crooked middle finger it is easy to judge it. Sometimes I feel like I’m damaged goods, and would give anything for my left arm to be “normal” like my right one. But when I think deeper, past the… Read More

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My new e-book is here!! Introducing Make Peace With Your Plate

Posted February 7, 2012
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FIRST 50 SALES SCORE A COPY OF MY FIRST TWO E-BOOKS (WORTH $27). I have had a big, proud dopey grin on my face for two days now. I have been struggling to get any work done because I keep clicking back onto the PDF file and scrolling through all of the beautiful pages. Yes,… Read More

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On My Soapbox

Posted January 25, 2012
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I’ve been a bit of a media tart lately, which I absolutely love. Not so much because I love seeing my name in print (well I do, but that’s not the whole reason), but more because it means I am able to get my Wellness Warrior message out to an even wider audience. Here are… Read More

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Travelling as a Gerson Person: Two days in Byron Bay

Posted January 18, 2012
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I have just completed 21 months of Gerson Therapy. That means I have three more to go. Three more!! I am so freaking excited. Even my fingers are happily skipping across the computer keys as I type. To celebrate this amazing milestone, my boyfriend and I drove a couple hours south from where we live… Read More

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Christmas Day In The Life Of A Gerson Person

Posted December 27, 2011
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This year was my third sober Christmas, and my second Christmas as a Gerson Person. I have to say, even though I couldn’t partake in the cold Coronas, or pig out on the buckets of fresh prawns, this year’s Christmas Day was really lovely. Maybe I’m finally starting to grow up, or perhaps the Therapy… Read More

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Healing Through The Holidays recipe e-book

Posted November 21, 2011
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30 delicious Gerson Therapy-approved recipes to get you through the holidays without any deprivation or guilt!   Forget stocking fillers and new jocks, there is no better gift you can give yourself or those you love than this recipe e-book. The idea came to me when Mum and I were chatting about what we were… Read More

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Our family fundraiser

Posted November 14, 2011
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Yesterday was a massive day for my family and I. Not only did we leave the house for six whole hours, but we also spent the day mingling with 120 of our closest friends and family. As most of you know, my family and I have been facing a few challenges over the last couple… Read More

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