Juicing recipes providing correct

nutrients are of utmost importance

for those with cancer

These Juicing recipes are especially important to treating cancer alternatively are fresh fruits and vegetables juices.


Dr. Gerson discovered that fresh vegetable juices provide the proteins, carbohydrates, essential fatty acids, vitamins, minerals and other food factors that are vital to your health and very effective in treating cancer alternatively.


Dr. Gerson recommended the Norwalk Juicer

as being the best juicer in providing the

living enzymes, vitamins and minerals

that the body needs.  For more information

on juicers see Juicers.


The Gerson vegetable juicing diet has to

enable both necessary detoxification

and maximal nutritional input from live

foods in treating cancer alternatively.


However, the wrong diet of juicing can

slow recovery, even make it impossible.



Juicing Recipes

Dr. Max Gerson

The Gerson Therapy


Preparation of Juices


Juices are always freshly prepared.  Please be aware it is not acceptable to prepare the full day’s juices in the morning.  (see__________). 


Carrot Juice (8 oz.)



4-5 carrots (8 oz.)


Carrot-Apple (8 oz.)



3 carrots (6 oz.)

1 large green apple (6 oz.)


Green Juice


        Ingredients – Obtain as many as possible of the following kinds                             of leaves (no others)

        Romaine Lettuce

        Swiss chard

        Beet tops (young inner leaves)


        Some Red Cabbage

        ¼ of small green pepper




Add 1 medium granny smith apple for each glass when grinding.




Norwalk Juicer is recommended.


Use a separate grinder and a separate press for juicing or a juicer that incorporates both.  Do not use liquidifiers, centrifuges, juice mixers or masters, and so on.


Pressing Process


Take 1 or 2 coarsely woven nylon cloths, 12” square, and place a cupful of pulp into center of moistened cloth, fold in thirds in both direction and press.


  1. Rinse cloths in cool water after each juice preparation

  2. Do not allow juice to dry on the cloths

  3. Wash thoroughly each night in warm or hot water; rinse thoroughly.

  4. Keep the pressing cloths overnight in a freezer

  5. It is essential to clean the machine and cloths very well

  6. If juice retains the taste of cloth, use a new cloth

  7. Allow 2 cloths per juicing

  8. Have 1 set of cloths for each type of juice

  9. Leftovers of all pressings can be used only for compost or as animal food.


If an individual goes to work again after healing,  apple and carrot juice only may be taken and kept in a thermos for no longer than 4 hours to drink on the job.


Orange Juice


        Squeeze only with a reamer-type juicer made of glass, plastic, or porcelain.  Do not use any juice press into which the orange is inserted with the skin.  If the skin is also pressed out, it will emit harmful fatty acids and aromatic substances contained in its surface.  Do not use an aluminum juicer.

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