Episode 96
Identifying Underlying and Unsuspected Chronic Infections – Episode 96: Dr. Thomas Lewis

Ann Louise Gittleman Interviews Thomas Lewis

Ann Louise has always been a believer that without testing you are only guessing.   She has met her match with Dr. Thomas Lewis, a Ph.D. in Chemistry from MIT with a certificate from the Harvard School of Public Health.  Dr. Lewis emphatically believes that ‘good health isn't a mystery - Its measurable.’  He is a believer, like Ann Louise, that chronic simmering infections like chlamydia pneumonia, mycoplasma, and Epstein-Barr may be the root cause of many incurable health conditions.  Tune in as Ann Louise and Dr. Lewis discuss how testing for chronic infections and hidden diseases can not only give you a new lease on life but give back to you the ‘stealth health’ you have always hoped for.  Dr. Lewis has created a software-based medical evaluation form that is designed to determine the current and future risk of accelerated aging and chronic disease in individuals, called the Chronic Disease Assessment™. 

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  1. Betsy

    Great information. Thank you.


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