Organic, salt-free rye bread is permitted in small amounts on the Gerson Therapy. What is the recipe for the rye bread?
Salt-free rye bread is allowed on the Gerson diet, but must only be used as a complement to the other foods in the diet, not as a replacement for the other foods. It is a common misconception among those new to the Gerson Therapy that the rye bread is an essential part of the diet. This is not the case at all. The rye bread is permitted because it does not directly interfere with the diet, but it does not add much in the way of nutritional value to a meal. Some Gerson patients enjoy rye bread as a treat, no more than two small slices per day, and to be occasionally used in dishes that are enhanced by the bread. At this time, there are very few suppliers that carry a suitable organic, salt-free rye bread to the Gerson specifications. You can find the list of those companies here. If you do not have access to a supplier of the rye bread, you could try inquiring with a local bakery, to see if they could bake it for you with the proper organic ingredients. We have provided the recipe for t