Maby this salad is a but hmm different :)but in the end it is detox salad:)  We enjoyed it. If you don't think pears go well with broccoli, just eat them separate :) 

When you are detoxing you learn to appreciate your body and food that you consume. You worship how beautiful these organic vegetables are, how colourfull, how tasty...You rediscover eating, chewing tasting again. It is a great experience! 

Here are few facts about Gerson therapy:

  • Dr.Gerson stated that degenerative disease is caused by two things: toxicity and nutritional deficiency.
  • Over the past 60 years, thousands of people have used the Gerson Therapy to recover from so-called “incurable” diseases, including: cancer, diabetes, heart disease, arthritis, etc
  • Nutrients from fresh, organic juices consumed every day, provide your body with a super dose of enzymes, minerals and nutrients. These substances then break down diseased tissue in the body.
  • Coffee enemas are the primary method of detoxification of the tissues and blood on the Gerson Therapy. They eliminate the lifelong buildup of toxins and regenerate the liver.
  • Most therapies–conventional or alternative–treat only the individual symptoms while ignoring what is ultimately causing the disease. The reason the Gerson Therapy is effective is because it restores the body’s incredible ability to heal itself. Rather than treating only the symptoms of a particular disease, the Gerson Therapy treats the cause of the disease itself.
  • Here's a list of what is and what is not allowed in the diet: Food allowed/not allowed
  • When Charlotte Gerson (Max Gerson's daughter) was 12 years old, she was healed of tuberculosis by her father. Now 90,  she has the longest survival record of anyone who has been treated by the Gerson therapy. She is also the world’s leading authority on its theory, background, and practice. We present interview with this amazing person below, enjoy!
Autumn Pear and Broccoli Salad
  • 2 organic pears 
  • 1 medium head organic broccoli
  • 200g organic green beans
  • 2 tbs flaxseed oil
  • 2 tbs lemon juice
  • sea salt
  • organic parsley 

Cut the ends of the beans, wash. Place in a large pot of boiling water with pinch of salt and cook for 15 minutes. Wash broccoli and add to the boiling beans in the middle of cooking time. In the meantime wash and cut pears into slices. Cooked broccoli divide into smaller pieces. Mix all the vegetables and place in two bowls, sprinkle with some sea salt and decorate with parsley, sea salt and lime zest. Combine lemon juice with linseed oil. Serve salad with dressing and organic granary bread.

You can try out for dinner tomorrow or Friday one of these very simple recipes:

Cauliflower in tomatoe sauce
  • 1 organic cauliflower
  • 2-3 organic tomatoes
  • linseed oil 
  • sea salt for taste

Divide cauliflower into smaller parts. Add diced tomatoes, sea salt and oil. Stew for 40 minutes on a very low heat until soften.

Cream of cabbage

  • 1 organic white cabbage
  • 1 organic onion
  • 2 tbs organic natural yoghurt
  • 1tbs dill
  • sea salt for taste

Cut thinly cabbage and onion. Add some water and stew on low heat for about 45 minutes. At the end add yoghurt and thinly chopped dill.