Tagged as: diet

Does your blood type determine your diet?

Posted August 2, 2011
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Just as you can tell a lot about a person by what books are on their bookshelf, what handbag they carry and what shoes they wear, it has been said that a person’s blood type is a accurate indicator of what foods they should shovel into their systems. I’ve never placed too much importance on… Read More

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Diary of a Gerson Person: Celebrating The 15th Month

Posted July 17, 2011
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Source We busted out the good juice glasses on the weekend. Not only was it my birthday on Friday, but as of Saturday, I have just clocked up 15 months of Gerson Therapy. Ooooh, it was wild. For those of you who are new here, I have a type of cancer called epithelioid sarcoma and… Read More

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Must watch DVD: FAT, SICK & NEARLY DEAD

Posted July 12, 2011
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For anyone who thinks drinking green juice and cleaning up your diets is for girls, you need to watch this film. Actually, scrap that. Everyone needs to watch this film! We all know someone like Joe Cross. Maybe you are Joe Cross. Overweight, eating a steady diet of greasy, processed and nutritionally devoid food, and… Read More

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How to use food to balance your body’s energy

Posted July 6, 2011
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You know the saying, “You are what you eat”. Well it’s loaded with more meaning than you might think. Not only does the food we eat have an impact on our health and wellbeing, but it also affects the way we feel and act. This is where the certain energy a food carries comes into… Read More

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Why fish is not a vegetable

Posted June 28, 2011
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I feel so sorry for fish. For some reason they slip out of the “meat” category and fall somewhere below chicken and just above potato. You hear those confused vegetarians all the time going around saying, “Oh I don’t eat any meat, but I do eat a little fish.” I was one of them. Salmon… Read More

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A teaspoon of apple cider vinegar each day will help keep the doctor away

Posted November 23, 2010
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I was first introduced to apple cider vinegar (ACV, for short) after reading in a magazine that Fergie (Black Eyed Pea, not Duchess of York) takes a couple of teaspoons each day to assist weight loss. A body like Fergie by drinking apple cider vinegar? That is one bandwagon I was quick to jump on…. Read More

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Why dairy does not do a body good …

Posted November 16, 2010
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Think you’re doing yourself and your bones a favour by drinking milk every day? Think again. If you really want to be healthy, the best thing you can do is kick dairy. Seriously. It’s time to smarten up to blatant pro-dairy propaganda. These campaigns are spread far and wide by the dairy industry that knows… Read More

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Diary of a Gerson person update #3

Posted October 17, 2010
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  Dear diary, It’s been a while since we caught up. How’s the family? Ah, great. So it’s been six months since I first started the Gerson Therapy. Six down, 12 to go! This may seem like a long time to many of you, but time is going so fast. Plus, many of my fellow… Read More

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Gerson Therapy update – endless juice, yoghurt and two-year-old tantrums

Posted July 5, 2010
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I’m in my 12th week of the Gerson Therapy. 12 down, 65 to go! A few people have been asking me how things are going so far, so I thought I’d give you a quick update. I was going to have Tracey Grimshaw cover it on A Current Affair, but then I realised she probably… Read More

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Coconut oil – The healthiest of all oils!

Posted May 31, 2010
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I grew up in a tiny town called Walkerston, which is just outside of Mackay in North Queensland. As an only child, I was forced to entertain myself most of the time. One of my favourite activities was to collect all the coconuts that had fallen from their trees into our backyard, sit on the… Read More

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