Updated: May 19, 2017
I see in Dr Max Gerson one of the most eminent geniuses in the history of medicine.
Dr Albert Schweitzer Nobel Laureate
The Gerson Miracle introduces us to the physician who developed The Gerson Therapy more than 75 years ago, a therapy that has proven to cure cancer and most other chronic and degenerative diseases. Through his own painful struggle with migraines, Dr Max Gerson conceived a treatment based entirely on nutrition and the body’s own ability to heal itself. He cured his migraines and summarily concentrated on other methods that prove to naturally boost the immune system this is the real miracle.
Nine current and former patients speak passionately about their successful recoveries from the most deadly cancers. Their first-person recovery stories are the greatest testament to the therapy’s efficacy. It is through Dr Gerson’s daughter, Charlotte, that the therapy is still alive in the face of almost insurmountable opposition from the American Medical Association and most major pharmaceutical companies. This film offers a path to a healthier life, in tune with our bodies and environment, not in conflict with them.
Your doctor may not advise you how you can heal your body from degenerative diseases naturally… but this film can.
What Is Covered In The Film
- The cancer industry: with the law on its side
- Natural cancer treatments
- Dr Max Gerson’s life story
- The link between farming, disease, and health!
- The role of toxicity and nutrient deficiency in illness?
With every meal, we are either digging our own graves with the silverware, or ensuring a healthy and productive life.
The Gerson Miracle challenges the very foundations that society’s sick-care system is based on. It also delivers a health-affirming message that empowers viewers to reclaim autonomy for their own well-being. This film dares to reveal that your potential for health exceeds the limitations imposed on us by the sickness industry.
The Gerson Miracle Documentary, won the Golden Palm Award at the 2004 Beverly Hills Film Festival.