This is Day Five of 12 consecutive posts with Jay demonstrating how to make each juice recipe. Also included is nutrition and research information to compliment Jay’s choice of fruit and/or vegetable drinks. Happy Holidays from all of us at JayKordich.com
Day Five – Cabbage Carrot Celery
Most of the time those of us involved in promoting natural foods are prohibited from using the word Cure. This is one of those times where it’s entirely appropriate and accurate to talk about curing ulcers by simply drinking freshly made cabbage juice. We have the published, peer reviewed scientific study to back it up.
In fact Jay himself, assisting Dr. Garnett Cheney in 1949 at Stanford University Medical School Cancer Division, treated patients by having them drink freshly made cabbage juice. Out of 65 patients in the study, 63 were healed and the remaining two patients had minimal symptoms as a result.
Recently we asked Jay to recall that time many years ago and tell us how it all transpired. The video below is Jay in his own words.
Download your own copy of the original Stanford University Medical Center study by Dr. Garnett Cheney. Click on this link or the study photo on the right to download a PDF version.
- About 1/3 of the glass for each, cabbage, carrot, celery.
- If you are using this combination to get serious about a stomach problem you should try for a larger percentage of cabbage to carrot and celery, say about 50% cabbage.
An excellent quality juice machine is also recommended. Fortunately we can suggest Jay’s own PowerGrind Pro for the job! Here’s Jay to make Cabbage Carrot Celery juice