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”You can trace every sickness, every disease and every ailment to a mineral deficiency”

Linus Pauling

Aids 1 – Selenium

Aids 2 Black Seed & Honey

Aids 3 – Coconut Oil

Aids 4 – Apple Cider Vinegar

Aids 5 – Garlic

Acne

Alzheimer’s

Alzheimer’s 2

Anorexia 1

Anorexia 2

Asperger’s

Athlete’s Foot

Autism 1

Autism 2

Bipolar Disorder

Cancer 1 – Baking Soda and Honey

Cancer 2 Apricot Seeds

Cancer 3 Hemp Oil

Cancer 4 Dandelion Root

Cancer – Jackfruit

Cavities

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Celiac Disease

Crohn’s Disease – Fecal Transplant

Crohn’s Disease – Cannabis Phoenix Tears

Cystic Fibrosis – No Dairy

Cystic Fibrosis – Turmeric

Cystic Fibrosis – Brazil Nut

Cystic Fibrosis – Selenium

Cystic Fibrosis – Arsenic Poisoning

Cystic Fibrosis – Urine Therapy

Dandruff

Diabetes

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Doctor Yourself

Epilepsy

Epilepsy II

Erectile Dysfunction

Farmacy

Food Matters

Gerson Therapy * CURE ALL *

Gingivitis

Heart Disease

Hepatitis

Herpes 1 – Selenium

Herpes – Blackseed & Honey

Herpes – Apple Cider Vinegar

Herpes – Himalayan Pink Salt

Lupus

Malaria

Malaria 2

Measles

Medical Conspiracy Book

Milk the Deadly Poison

Muscular Dystrophy

Myopia

Natural Cures Book

Natural News

Polio

Phoenix Tears *CURE ALL* (panacea)

Psoriasis

Pyronie’s Disease

Radiation Sickness

Raw Food Guide

Schizophrenia

Teeth Problems

Teeth Problems 2

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“Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food,”

— Hippocrates, Father of Medicine

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  1. Faye Chipperfield came to Gerson Therapy hospital in Mexico when she was about 14 years old. She suffered from cystic fibrosis (CF), a supposedly genetic disease. Its victims suffer from excessive mucus formation in the lungs, which then becomes a breeding ground for the regular invasion of germs and viruses. These, in turn, cause constant lung infections that are regularly treated with antibiotics. Since the accepted wisdom is that the disease is genetic, CF is also considered ‘incurable’.

    Faye was a totally normal baby until she was about six months old, when she was given a measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) vaccination. Almost immediately after that treatment, she developed a ‘flu’ that she was unable to overcome. She was taken to the Royal Children’s Hospital in her native Adelaide, Australia for a complete diagnosis. Her condition was determined to be cystic fibrosis.

    The medical people strongly denied the possibility that she contracted the illness as a result of her vaccination. Yet, not one other member of her family, siblings, cousins, aunts or uncles had ever suffered from this ‘genetic’ problem.

    Following Faye’s diagnosis, she was constantly treated with antibiotics due to her lung infections. The drugs kept the infections more or less under control; however she suffered from pain and breathing problems in spite of the treatment. She was also not growing normally for her age. The average life expectancy for cystic fibrosis patients is about 20 years of age.

    With the Gerson Therapy, Faye’s infections came under better control, her breathing problems improved, and most importantly, her constant chest pain disappeared. However, some time after she had returned home and was going to school, she drifted away from the Therapy and her problems worsened. She returned to Mexico, accompanied by her mother, despite her doctors’ dire warnings and scare tactics–and once again her condition improved. Meanwhile, her mother suffered from chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS). She was also cleared of that problem by the Gerson Therapy.

    Among other medical counsel, Faye was also told that she could never have children. Nevertheless, she did marry and bore a normal, healthy baby boy, now 19 months old. At 26, Faye is not fully recovered and worsens when she is off the Therapy. Today she is seriously considering going back to the full treatment to improve again.

    Editor’s note: We met Faye Chipperfield and her mother, Avril, at the Gerson Therapy clinic in Tijuana in 1994. At the time, we could not tell which was the patient, which the companion, as both appeared in good health. Avril had brought her daughter all the way from Australia, not willing to accept the MDs prediction of a total life expectancy of 20 years for her precious 14-year-old daughter. The results with this “incurable” disease was unexpected even for us. While Faye is not considered “cured”, this story is important in a couple of respects: The influence of vaccination on Faye, and the fact that even people struggling wth CF can survive, have children, and live a relatively normal, complete life.–Ed.

    Citations:
    MLA style: “Faye Chipperfield: overcoming cystic fibrosis (CF)..” The Free Library. 2007 The Gerson Institute 19 Feb. 2017 https://www.thefreelibrary.com/Faye+Chipperfield%3a+overcoming+cystic+fibrosis+(CF).-a0169164740

  2. Transcript of Arsenic Poisoning and Cystic Fibrosis
    Arsenic Poisoning and Cystic Fibrosis
    Identify
    Problem: Arsenic contaminated water may cause cystic-fibrosis symptoms, mistreating patients when they don’t have cystic-fibrosis

    Discovery: Subjects had abnormal sweat chloride, but none had Cystic Fibrosis after tests.

    Event: UNICEF and other organizations created wells for those in Bangladesh, but they found the water to have high levels of arsenic
    Who and What
    Who are the people involved in making the decision?
    Christopher Hug
    : HMS assistant professor of pediatrics and a pulmonologist at Boston Children’s Hospital who treats children with CF
    Bruce Stanton
    : Dartmouth College
    Maitreyi Mazumdar
    : HMS assistant professor of neurology at Boston Children’s, was studying arsenic poisoning’s neurological effects in Bangladesh.

    What is being decided?
    If subjects with Cystic Fibrosis symptoms have the genetic disease, or just arsenic poisoning.

    Questions and Biology Connection
    If arsenic poisoning can show Cystic Fibrosis symptoms but not the real disease, does it do that for other diseases?

    Arsenic is used to treat certain diseases, but it may cause Cystic Fibrosis- how do we know patients won’t get both diseases and end up sicker than before?

    It is useful to understand genetic diseases and water contamination to understand how arsenic and Cystic Fibrosis are related.
    Consequences and Factors
    What are the consequences?
    13 million Americans are at risk because arsenic is found in U.S. groundwater.

    What are the factors?
    Arsenic is currently part of the treatment of certain cancers, paticularly adult leukemias, however; it is associated with respiratiory disease, diabetes, and other illnesses
    Becky Hoag per.4
    3//1//15
    http://hms.harvard.edu/news/new-chapter-textbook-disease
    UNICEF-made wells in Bangladesh
    Harvard Medical Researchers in Bangladesh
    Where Cystic Fibrosis Affects
    Full transcript

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