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[The essential disease therapy, and the core of Kelley & Gerson therapies (Carrot juice), Ann Wigmore raised the dead with just wheatgrass juice. Dr Richard Shulze insists his patients buy a juicer, yet all Allopathic hospital patients get is overcooked food and puddings (see), and as much poison as they can manage. The best one to buy is the 'masticating' type Champion as it is the quickest one for carrots, cleans easy, and last's forever. The 'twin gear' type like the Green Star may do wheat grass but it is hard work doing carrots (very noticeable after using a Champion), and longer to clean. You can buy wheatgrass juicers to go with your Champion, from £30 hand operated to £100 electric. The Centrifugal juicers are fine for fruit but heavy carrot use will wear them out, usually just after the warranty runs out!]
See: Ann Wigmore Dr Richard Shulze Raw food Nutrition from food banners
[July 2008] Broccoli juice helps patient beat bladder cancer
[2014 April] “How I Healed Myself From Cancer – Naturally” Every morning starts out with a glass of Kombucha. (Fermented tea with natural probiotics for digestive health because all disease starts in the gut). An hour later, I juiced copious amounts of organic vegetables and fruits. I typically drink anywhere from 20-48 ounces throughout the day. What kinds of fruit and vegetables do I juice? Lots of green, leafy vegetables like Kale and spinach. I also juice beets, carrots, celery, cucumber, parsley and Swiss Chard. I like to mix it up every day. I also drink alkaline water throughout the day. Raising your internal PH is vital because cancers thrive in an acidic environment so by increasing your internal PH, it makes it really hard for cancer to live in your body. Consuming organic vegetable and fruit juice also help to raise your PH level a great deal. Next, I take supplements. Tumeric and Garlic has been proven to be effective cancer fighters. I also take Moringa, which is also fantastic and loaded with key vitamins and minerals.
“I like the Champion juicer because it's versatile. It's a couple hundred bucks and you can make nut butters, frozen fruit deserts, and juices in it. Now supposedly the best one made is the Norwalk, but it's $2000. Who needs that? The Champion works great. Now the Juiceman, which is about $300, some people say it's a little easier to clean. I got my Champion 20 years ago, I've still got the same one — and no one is as hard on a juicer as I am.”  Shulze Biser Heal Your Life videos (transcripts) Richard Shulze, N.D., M.H.
Raw Food Treatment For Cancer - Carrot Juice, Beet Juice, etc.
My Recommendations and Opinions on Raw Vegetable Juice -- which juicer to use, tips on making juice, suggestions on vegetables to use, and storage suggestions.