The carrot juicing for cancer and other diseases started in the 1930s with Dr. Max Gerson, whose heavy juicing, mostly carrots and apples, and coffee enema protocol has had great success wherever it was clinically practiced: Germany, France, New York, San Diego, and Tijuana, Mexico. His daughter, Charlotte Gerson, now in her 90s, and her son Howard Straus currently run the clinic out of Tijuana.
How Independent Carrot Juicing Started in the USA
Before some of you freak out thinking that the high natural fructose content of carrots would stimulate cancer growth, think about it, how has the Gerson Protocol worked so well for so many years?
Introducing the father of American juicing, 91-year-old Jay Kordich, author, speaker, world renowned success story, and public figure.
Jay thinks the natural sugars that come with carrots are not so readily taken by cancer cells for metabolism, while processed sugars contained in most processed foods easily stimulate cancer cell growth. But carrot juices high nutritional values are easily assimilated by non-cancerous cells to benefit them.
Jay went to Dr. Gerson’s New York clinic in 1948 for his bladder cancer. There Dr. Gerson told him that carrot juice’s molecular structure very closely resembles blood’s molecular design. After curing his cancer, Jay Kordich became the “Juice Man” . Of course, he has juiced a variety of vegetables since. But juicing lots of fresh carrots with an apple remains Jay’s recommended juice for treating cancer.
Exposing the Tiny Underground Juicing Carrots for Cancer Network
Getting back to Ann Cameron, who juiced five pounds of carrots daily to cure her cancer. She discovered this remedy from Ralph Cole, who cured his cancer in 2006 by drinking five or more cups of carrot juice from five pounds of carrots daily.
Ralph is still cancer free, and he found out about carrot juicing from two women who cured worse cases of cancer than his. The carrot juice underground network has been partially exposed.
Ann’s husband had died from lung cancer in 2005, six months after trying alternative solutions, probably after having undergone conventional therapies prior to their search for alternative remedies. Then on June 6, 2012, Ann had surgery for Stage 3 colon cancer. She had decided against chemotherapy and actually started feeling better, until November 6, 2012.
Then a routine follow-up CT scan showed Ann’s colon cancer had advanced to stage 4 and metastasized to the lungs. Her doctor predicted a two to three year life expectancy. She was advised that radiation would be useless, and chemotherapy was recommended without any guarantee it would even extend her life.
Ann remained firm with her refusal to undergo chemotherapy, and despite her failure to find an alternative solution for her husband’s cancer, she kept looking. That’s when she discovered Ralph Cole, who was very willing to share his details with her, and she quickly started. Here’s her carrot cure timeline:
November 17, 2012: Ann began a daily regimen of 5 pounds of juiced carrots yielding a quart or slightly more per day. Ann juiced in the morning, drank a glass and then refrigerated the rest, which she finished off throughout the day. Ann faithfully continued juicing five pounds of carrots daily, although there were occasional short down times due to work related travel.
November 27, 2012: A PET scan (Positron Emission Tomography) corroborated the earlier CT scan that showed “Enlarged swollen lymph nodes, containing two 1 inch long by 1/4 inch diameter rapidly growing tumors between the lungs.”
January 7, 2013: After eight weeks of daily carrot juicing, another follow-up CT scan revealed that the cancerous tumors had stopped growing, there had been some tumor shrinkage and there was a reduction in swollen lymph nodes.
March 2013: The cancer had not grown. No new cancer, no swollen lymph nodes, and tumors continued shrinking.
July 30, 2013: The cancer was gone! All swollen cancerous lymph nodes had returned to normal.
Ann’s book, Curing Cancer With Carrots, is available on kindle via Amazon and it should handle all of your questions. She researched the science that supports the carrot juice approach and included insights on how oncologists con you into harmful but profitable treatments that usually don’t work.
I don’t recommend this nor does she, but Ann used no other dietary modifications except carrot juice. She continued eating some meat and sometimes indulged in unhealthy foods such as ice cream.
I favor the Cancer Tutor approach of using the “cancer diet”: No meat, no processed foods, and lots of organic healthy fresh veggies, grains, and fruits with whatever alternative cancer options one chooses.