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Gout, Veggies and Dr. Gerson

Updated on April 15, 2012
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Dr. Max Gerson and his institute has cured hundreds of cases of cancer with this therapy
Dr. Max Gerson and his institute has cured hundreds of cases of cancer with this therapy | Source

Around the 2nd week of February (2012), I was at a point in my life where I was too tired and too much in pain for just about anything. I had no energy, my joints were always hurting and I was under a constant state of attack from gout. I was in the middle of recovering from major reconstructive surgery to my right hand, fingers and wrist due to an on the job injury. To make matters worse, I lost my job because of the injury, and with my job went health insurance. I felt like I had nothing to look forward to.

Even though I received a moderate windfall for my injuries, it didn’t make me feel any better physically. I had been talking to my older brother, 6 years my senior, who had gone on a vegan diet about 4 months prior. He was boasting that he had lost nearly 50 lbs., his gout was gone and his blood pressure was controllable without medication. So I began to research this concept. I spoke to a few of my friends who were vegan, and watched some Netflix documentaries called “Food, Inc.”, “Food Matters” and one in particular about the Gerson Therapy for healing your body. The Gerson Therapy has been proven to cure cancer, and has been doing so for years, but is illegal in the U.S. (you have to go to Mexico) because of Big Pharmacy lobbyists. But the bottom line for all of this is that the way to achieve good health is through a plant based diet. It is well worth your time to research this concept.

So I became a vegetarian (not a vegan). I still eat cheese and occasionally use milk. Also, I allow myself a very small amount of meat (not red meat, usually white meat chicken, and no eggs) one day a week, and I drink a pint of cherry juice daily for the gout. I also bought a vegetable juicer to begin the Gerson Therapy program. I don’t have cancer (that I know of), but it has been proven that the right combination of juiced veggies can nourish you and detox your body at the same time. I don’t get hungry like I thought I would, and it is a very good feeling to wake up feeling great.

My main goal was to conquer gout and the arthritic pain in all of my joints. After enduring less than one week of this vegetarian diet and juicing, I was pain free. After two weeks I had lost 10 pounds. My energy level has increase exponentially, my mind has become much clearer and I have much more endurance with physical activities. Now, I have not had a gout attack in over a month.

The turnaround was absolutely amazing. 6 months ago, I was seriously considering a doctor recommended knee replacement. I could not walk up hills or up stairs. Now I run up stairs and trot up hills. I still have a ways to go, but I am absolutely thrilled of the outcome.

So, my friends, with that laid out before you, perhaps it would be to your advantage to check some of these things out. What you will find out will astound you and maybe alarm you, but it can only make your life better. There will be more to come as I progress.

I bid you peace.



©2012 by Del Banks


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      None 

      7 months ago

      Did you just follow the dietary guidelines or did you also use the coffee enemas? I have heard that caffeine is a gout trigger.

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      Marie Flint 

      4 years ago from Jacksonville, Florida USA

      This is a nice testimonial. Thank you for sharing, and God bless you in your continued health!

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      Ryan 

      5 years ago

      I don't know if you've ever read any of dr. Wesley price's stuff. But some of his theories have been proven that saturated fats like coconut oil, grass fed beef, organic eggs, raw milk, and animals organs can actually improve peoples health and diet. Here's an interesting article on it:

      http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive...

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      Del Banks 

      6 years ago from Southern Appalachians

      Yes, Joan, you are right. You can feel the effects of the cleaner lifestyle right away!

    • Joan King profile image

      Joan King 

      6 years ago

      A vegetarian or vegan diet does appear to heal a multitude of ills. It certainly did for me. There is something to be said about clean eating.

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      Del Banks 

      6 years ago from Southern Appalachians

      I appreciate the kind words from all of you. Like I said, I will update my progress on this.

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      Faith Reaper 

      6 years ago from southern USA

      Very informative. My poor dad suffered with gout in his big toe, and he was a large man, over 6'tall, and he said that was the worse pain ever. I know he wanted to cry about it. I know this hub will help those suffering with this ailment. Thank you for writing this. Faith Reaper

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      6 years ago from Neverland - where children never grow up.

      Thank you for sharing your experience..you may never know, somewhere out there is a man with the same situation like you before, and you might give the hope for others even in a simple way. Blessings to you and your family Badegg.

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      Del Banks 

      6 years ago from Southern Appalachians

      It is a positive experience and process. I will keep you all in the loop. Thanks!

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      Dianna Mendez 

      6 years ago

      So sorry for your bout with this ailment. I am glad to hear how you are handling it and of your positive outlook. Yes, please keep us updated on your progress. Thanks for the information on what helps with this disorder. Peace and blessings.

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