Can a Vegetarian Obtain Maximum Anticancer Protection?

Omega 6According to Robert Rowen, M.D. a vegetarian can still obtain maximum anticancer protection. But this is true only if you are eating a high quality vegetarian diet.  Many people think by simply avoiding animal products they will become healthier. If you are a vegetarian, you will have to be sure you are consuming a sufficient amount of high quality protein and natural fats needed by your body daily. Many vegetarians don’t consume sufficient protein or natural fats, and therefore an insufficient amount of Essential fatty acids or EFAs (Parent omega 6/ omega 3). Dr. Rowen strongly believes that eating a largely “Living Foods Diet,” as he calls it, is the way to gain maximum protection.  Eating uncooked foods preserves the nutrients and it also avoids damaging the EFAs which an important consideration. Robert Rowen, M.D., is editor-in-chief of Second Opinion Newsletter. Dr. Rowen is internationally known for his work in the field of complementary/alternative/integrative medicine.

Dr. Rowen is affectionately known as the “Father of Medical Freedom” for pioneering America’s first statutory protection for alternative medicine. He was appointed for a term on the Alaska State Medical Board and is internationally recognized for his work in alternative and integrative medicine. He is currently editor-in-chief of Second Opinion Newsletter. It’s a newsletter devoted to informing the public about innovative breakthroughs and natural means to maintain and regain health, in contrast to chemical symptom suppression often found in orthodox medicine. He is a “Living Foods” advocate and has most impressive laboratory numbers on himself that confirms his message.


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