About the Author

Migdalia Arnán

Migdalia Arnán is a board-certified pathologist in anatomical pathology and clinical pathology and in blood banking. She practiced preventive medicine and nutrition for a few years after she stopped her practice in pathology. She strongly supports the elimination of mandatory vaccination. Dr. Arnán is currently practicing Energy Healing, including Removing Trapped Emotions and Blockages, Traditional Chinese … Read More

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"As Arnán writes in the start, and again in the end of the book, that the book will be helpful not only to the highly specialized persons like for example researchers, but also to the general public interested in learning and take active part in their health. After now having finished reading the book I fully can give her favor in this; that is good for both of the groups of persons."

—Gert Bo Thorgersen, Amazon reviewer

"Thank you for writing this book. It really helps me understand what happens in the human body on a cellular scale."

—Barnes & Noble reviewer

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Jul 13, 2017

The Importance Of Eating Cruciferous Veggies

Everyone knows that eating vegetables has profound health benefits, but if we look closely at their phytochemical (plant based chemical) content, or the growing amount of research into their specific effects on the body and disease, a few vegetables appear to be a “miracle” foods. One such group of veggies are those of the Brassica … Read More

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Jun 16, 2017

The Importance Of Probiotic, and of Vitamin D.

What are probiotics?  Probiotics are the normal bacteria found in the gastrointestinal tract.  When they are in diverse and balance and in numbers, these bacteria protect us from pathogens and toxins, make neurotransmitters, certain vitamins, and anti-inflammatory compounds, support healthy detoxification; and impact how much we weight, how our immune system function, the state of … Read More

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Jun 11, 2017

Important Nutrients Frequently Overlooked

Low levels of both EPA and DHA contribute to mood disorders. Make sure you are getting daily enough of these compounds. These fats are important components of our cell membranes, keeping them healthy and fluid, and they produce potent anti-inflammatory compounds that play a major role in reducing inflammation in the body.   DHA is … Read More

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Mar 17, 2017

To Protect Your Health, Get Rid Of Excuses To Exercise

Most of us usually try to find excuses, when efforts are demanded from us.  Exercising is one thing, that most person avoid, as much as possible, because it is easy to find an excuse: I am too busy, or I am too tired, or I will decide later. But think about it,  it is all … Read More

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