4 July 2023
With the help of gravity and temperature-based GRAD System in the HIIMS Group of hospitals, 75% of chronic kidney patients are getting cured. It is the first time in the world that chronic kidney patients are getting freedom from dialysis and their disease is reversing. This claim was made by Dr. Biswaroop Roy Chowdhury, the inventor of the GRAD (Gravitational Resistance and Diet) System and co-founder of HIIMS (Hospital & Institute of Integrated Medical Sciences), at a conclave held at IIT Mandi.
IIT Mandi Director Prof. Laxmidhar Behera expressed his desire to implement the protocols of the GRAD System in the proposed Center of Excellence in Integrated Medicine. He along with a team of experts will visit the HIIMS, near Chandigarh, to review the system in the presence of Dr. Chowdhury. The Health Ministry of Nepal had also invited Dr. Chowdhury recently for the same.
Himachal Pradesh Governor Dr. Shiv Pratap Shukla praised Dr. Chowdhury at the conclave held under G-20, and Dr. Baldev Setia, Director, Punjab Engineering College (PEC), Chandigarh said, “I am happy to see the achievements of Dr. Chowdhury, an alumnus of PEC.” On this occasion, the Director of IIT Jammu, Prof. Manoj Gaur was also present. Dr. Chowdhury presented his book “End of Transplant” to all the dignitaries present.
In GRAD System, chronic kidney patients are made to sit in warm water (40-degree temperature) for 2 hours daily for 3 months, due to which their skin starts behaving like a third kidney. DIP Diet is given to the patients and they are monitored by a GRAD App. Dayanand Ayurvedic College, Jalandhar, and Sridhar University (Rajasthan) conducted a study on GRAD, the details of which are given in the ‘End of Transplant’ book.
An engineering graduate from PEC Chandigarh and PG in Diabetes, Dr. Chowdhury, popularly known as Dr. BRC, has been awarded an honorary PhD by Sridhar University for his remarkable work in the field of Diabetes and Chronic Kidney Disease. The mathematical model of nutrition (DIP diet) and GRAD System are prominent among his medical engineering inventions. Author of 25 books, Dr. Chowdhury has been running 21 HIIMS hospitals, including one in Malaysia. His activities are concentrated in India, Vietnam, and Malaysia. Login for the GRAD presentation: biswaroop.com/iit