Using Oxidative Medicine Preventively at Home: The Best Anti-Aging Therapy of All Time?

Dr. Rowen is, to his knowledge, the longest living continuous user of oxidation therapy in North America, since 1986. He uses this prophylactically because, in his words:

“I happen to think that oxidation therapy is an ultimate – if not the ultimate – anti-aging therapy … I really believe this. I have been doing this for years. I have been in ozone, like I said, longer than anybody in North America. I think it’s the ultimate anti-aging therapy. I do it on a regular basis even on me.

One option is to use oxygenation therapy while you exercise. Dr. Rowen continued:

“My favourite here is exercise with oxygen therapy also known as EWOT (exercise with oxygen therapy). I have written about that repeatedly in Second Opinion. With EWOT, you breathe oxygen at a high concentration. Try and get it as close to 100 percent, as you can while you exercise. A German named Manfred Von Ardenne studied this many years ago. He found that if you exercise with this extra load of oxygen coming in under a higher partial pressure, meaning 100 percent oxygen, you can reverse aging in your capillaries and improve oxygenation of your body.

This is any man’s approach to improving oxygenation. All you need is an oxygenator. I have written about this in my newsletter, Second Opinion, with full details on how to do it. It’s not expensive to do.”




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