Your body has the power to prevent, stop and reverse diseases using food as medicine
Richer Health provides health and wellness workshops, retreats, and online programs that help you, and your loved ones, heal disease using food as medicine. Our programs are based on the Gerson Therapy.
Nicolette Richer's TED talk - Sept 2017
We have all been touched by disease
Currently 1 in 2 adults in Canada will be diagnosed with cancer, and 1 in 4 people are living with a chronic illness, significantly limiting their daily activities and affecting their overall wellbeing whether they realize it or not.
BUT THERE IS A SOLUTION AND IT'S IN us ~ it's in you
Dr Max Gerson, and thousands of the Gerson Institute's patients, have clinically proven that the body has an unlimited ability to heal itself given the right conditions. The key is to detoxify all the toxic conditions in our lives and bodies, and nutrify the body with a proven organic plant-based diet. This process is a major lifestyle change for most but the rewards of recovery and optimal health far outweigh the changes you will make.
You deserve the richest and healthiest life possible and my mission is to help make this a reality.
After helping hundreds of clients, I know how scary and challenging it can be to live with a chronic disease or illness. I also know how exhausting tests, appointments and not knowing what to do next can be.
I am dedicated to helping you understand how the body is designed to heal itself through detoxification and nutrification. I am committed to showing you how you can change your lifestyle and use food and natural elements as medicine. And I am excited to share countless success stories of incredible individuals that have healed themselves ~ inspiring you to make changes and reclaim your health.
What if medical schools were called health schools?
Symptom, diagnosis, drugs. The current medical system isn't working.
Orthomolecular health educator, Nicolette Richer, makes a provocative case for a new health care system that begins with reimagining medical schools.
This talk was given at a TEDx West Vancouver.