Who is Ewa Dąbrowska?
Ewa Dąbrowska,a doctor of medical sciences, has many years of experience and extraordinary education. She is the author of an innovative vegetable and fruit diet which detoxify and support self-healing mechanisms. A long-time employee of the Medical Academy in Gdańsk. She worked until 1999, when she took the position of an assistant professor at the Department of Internal Medicine. She got a doctorate in medical sciences in 1978, because she carried out a research of immunology branch. “The importance of immunological disorders in late dermal porphyria” was the subject of the work she wrote in 1992. It was supposed to be an element of her habilitation dissertation, but it did not happen that time, because the conclusions which she discovered during her work leded her attention to the role of nutrition in the treatment of civilization diseases, which had never been recognized before. Probably the dissertation would be a great success among many important people, but it has not been finished. It should have been developed, and most importantly, there had to be scientific proof, evidence that would be translated into practice. The development of a vegetable and fruit diet was the result of this research.
Health fasts, are they healthy?
Doctor Kinga Wiśniewska-Roszkowska’s publication about health fasts, became the inspiration for Ewa Dąbrowska. The dissemination of this fasting method has obtained enormous and unimaginable results encouraged her to publicize them and test the method in practice. In this connection the first Healthy Eating Center offering vegetable and fruit diet was created. A year later, the “Re-Vita” Association, which is a member of the European Association of Classical Natural Medicine, was founded.
Ewa Dąbrowska is the author of many scientific dissertations, she wrote 50 of them and 100 scientific reports. Privately she is a mother of two sons and the wife of the famous traveler Wojciech Dąbrowski.
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