THE MORNING SHOW
We’re bringing you two wonderful shows from our archives with two very inspiring women. We hope you enjoy listening to them as much as we have!
You’ll enjoy Patricia Bragg, we sure did. She really is an inspiration to all of us to be grateful for our health and just to keep moving forward doing the best that we are able for ourselves and family.
You can visit her website bragg.com for recipes and info on her products and books. You’ve probably used Braggs Organic Apple Cider Vinegar, and if not probably will after listening to this. Ms. Bragg tells some great stories about her Father Paul Bragg, who started the first health food store and health food restaurant in the Country.
Patricia tells us that her Dad also introduced the Rebounder, that we love so much. Interesting indeed. Regardless of your age or nutritional knowledge I think you’ll find her engaging and full of life. She travels the world talking about living a long healthy life through right food, thoughts, actions and lifestyle.
This show was originally broadcast on November 13, 2008
Curing Cancer with the Gerson Therapy
Charlotte Gerson continues her fathers work, Max Gerson M.D., assisting the body to heal even in the most dire situations. The Gerson Therapy has been used since 1946 when Max Gerson presented cured cancer patients to Congress.
Charlotte gerson goes through the therapy that is used quite succesfully for the body to heal from “termainal” cancer, diabetes and a wide variety of diseases rampant today. She argues, given the right cleansing techniques and the proper nutrition the body will come back to life in many, many cases.
She gives their fourmula for proper coffee enemas. She also formualte juice recipes here and argues that with the right foods, salt and water are not necessary. Matter of fact, listen and she’ll tell you sea salt is other than the best for us to consume. Charlotte Gerson is 87 and as sharp as they come.
This show was originally broadcast on March 9, 2009
brag and gerson archive special, replay november 24, 2011 two hours