Reginald Fowler, D.C.
Dr. Reginald Fowler practices internal medicine at Piedmont Physicians in Atlanta and is a clinical assistant professor at Morehouse Medical School. In this video, Dr. Fowler discusses how fruits and vegetables help reduce oxidative stress and combat free radicals.
Dr. Fowler emphasizes the importance of neutralizing free radicals through foods with antioxidants because free radicals contribute to aging, disease and death.
Remarks Dr. Fowler, "I recommend Juice Plus+ because it helps complete the missing elements in our daily nutritional needs." He praises the clinical research on Juice Plus+ and says, "the studies that really turned my head in the direction of Juice Plus+ and never made me look back were the studies on the free radicals." These studies show that consuming Juice Plus+ can decrease the amount of free radicals in the body, a condition known as oxidative stress.
Dr. Fowler helped to start the first Multicultural National Advisory Board at GlaxoSmithKline Pharmaceuticals and was named "Physician of the Year" in 2000 and 2001 by two metro Atlanta organizations. He was the first African-American physician to be the medical director of IBM in Atlanta and the first African-American physician in the country to be selected to participate in MDVIP – an organization that emphasizes personalized healthcare with an emphasis on prevention.