Biswaroop Roy Chowdhury is a naturopath from India who is against the allopathic medicine for treatment. He often claims that allopathic medicines for BP and diabetes are often the root cause of long-term health problems of Cancer and other terminal illnesses.

Early Life and Education

Chowdhury was born on 23rd July 1973 with a hole in the heart. He underwent open heart surgery in 1977. He did Production Engineering from Punjab Technical University. He claims to have done a Ph.D. from Alliance International University. There has been debate about the authenticity of the university and some netizens have also claimed that the university is purely a digital mill for fake Ph.D. and for other degrees as well.

Controversial claims Biswaroop Roy Chowdhury

During a debate on Lallantop, Biswaroop claimed that coronavirus is a flu like virus.

He believes in many medical conspiracy theories.

He openly claims that animal food causes higher cholesterol levels.

He had worked in few bollywood movies. He and Karan Johar fought a legal battle for the title rights of the film Kabhi Alvida Na Kehna.

Controversies of Dr. Biswaroop Roy Chowdhury

Death of Dr. Amar Singh Prasad

Controversy erupted when Dr. Amar Singh Azad, one of the founding members of the Hiims Hospital, and a staunch critic of allopathic treatments for the likes of BP, sugar, and cancer, died of Cancer. Biswaroop, while giving his condolences, opined in the video that he enquired about the problem with Amar Singh Azad himself and that Dr. Azad appeared fit and did not exude any sign of discomfort when he met him two months ago before his death.

Allegations leveled by Manas Samarth

After working nearly 3 years with Dr. Biswaroop, Manas Samarth came out with a series of videos alleging that Biswaroop’s protocols for kidney treatment are not only efficient, and unscientific but highly dangerous that can deteriorate the condition of the kidney to an irreparable extent. He also alleged that many kidney patients of Biswaroop have died.

Covid Treatment without medicines

During the 2021 pandemic, Biswaroop claimed that he treated many patients without medicines in his ahmedanagar camp. He claims that coconut water and citrus fruit juices can treat flu like dieseases.