The Science of Cellular Oxygenation

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The Breast Cancer Support Group

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Openly Speaking about Breast Cancer

The Science of Cellular Oxygenation

by

Alicia Brondo

Saturday, September 19th, 2009

Miami Beach Regional Library from 12pm to 2 pm

227 22nd Street, South Beach, 33139

 

Our Breast Cancer Support Group is meeting on Saturday, September 19th at the Miami Beach Regional Library from 12pm to 2 pm. Our guest speaker is Alicia Brondo, one of the pioneers in preventive alternative medicine, author, researcher and dedicated practitioner of the science of cellular oxygenation, for the past 22 years.

 

The Science of Cellular Oxygenation:   

 

Our cells crave for nutrients and oxygen to create energy to perform the most important task for humans: Good health. The human body needs something to constantly cleanse the harmful toxins and waste, restore cells from damage, strengthen the immune system, and balance the harmony our physical, electro-magnetic, biological and chemical levels resulting in a healthier quality of life.  

 

About Alicia Brondo:  

 

She is the founder and CEO of EcoLife International and her passion is deeply connected to her own life and the many battles she had to endure in her pursuit of personal recovery.  Alicia is a survivor of a rare disease that affected her immune system for 24 years, which she overcame with alternative medicine and its herbal formulas by the herbalist Albert Bowman. Amazed by her own recovery, she decided to study herbology and after getting her degree in naturopathy.

 

Alicia is an active participant in what experts call Integrated Medicine and her dedication to the well-being of everyone inspired her to lead a world wide movement to promote the importance of oxygen and the consequences of its deficiency. Because of her commitment to the” Worldwide Oxygenation Campaign” she has been given the name of “Doctora Oxigeno” (Dr. Oxygen), a nickname that she honors deeply, as she appears for speeches and seminars in different South American countries.

 

The Miami Beach Regional Library is located at 227 22ND Street –305.535.4219

 

For more information, call 305.531.2046 or e-mail janinhapiazzetta@yahoo.com

Blessings!