Dr Robert Rowen: Lyme patients should practice a clean diet daily
In the latest, Australian Lyme: A Global View series, Dr Robert Rowen talks to Sharon Whiteman, CEO, LDAA about ozone treatment and its history. Dr Rowen has been practising for over 3 decades. He graduated a Phi Beta Kappa from Johns Hopkins University before attending medical school at the University of California, San Francisco. In the 1980s, Dr Rowen made the leap to integrative medicine and now he has developed an international reputation for pioneering work in oxidation and other innovative medical treatment. He was appointed to the Alaska State Medical Board and gives frequent lectures on oxidation, food and nutrition, the limitations of conventional Western medicine and other topics. The ozone treatment in Australia may be far from reality, yet his message for all Lyme patients is to have a clean diet by eating right (raw food) and regular detoxification.
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