Tampa, Florida USA – Christine Gregory Campos of socialmediats will interview Genita Petralli, Lic. H.H.P., N.C., M.H. her book “Alcoholism and The Cure” and the details of addictive biochemistry on Tuesday, June 26, 2012 at 12:30 p.m. EST.
Christine, of socialmediats, and Dr. Petralli will talk in detail about her proven orthomolecular alcoholism treatment program that cures alcoholism by healing the physical and mental bio-pathways damaged by alcohol abuse thus relieving the effects of alcoholism symptoms created by long-term drinking and truly breaking the addiction! Topics will also include identifying how Dr. Petralli uses social media to deliver these cutting edge insights and findings. For more information on this broadcast, visit socialmediats talk radio.
Genita Petralli is a board certified Holistic Healthcare Practitioner, Nutritional Consultant, and an orthomolecular nutritionist who specializes in addictive biochemistry. She is founder and president of Alternative Approaches to end Alcohol Abuse. AAAA facilitates The 101 Program; the proven orthomolecular treatment that cures alcoholism and addictive biochemistry of which Ms. Petralli is author and Program Director. Dr. Petralli received the Human Rights Award, 2010.
AAAA is dedicated to the research in the genetic and earned biochemical markers that define addictive biochemistry, the damage that alcohol toxicity inflicts on the body, and the orthomolecular protocols that influence body, mind and spirit to answer the foundation’s ground-breaking findings with a cure.
The Shangri La Bio Spa & Resort, where Dr. Petralli is the Medical Director, is a Green Body & Mind Healing Center Featuring Internationally Acclaimed Treatment Programs for Alcohol, Drug and Psychiatric Medication Detoxification. Orthomolecular Neurochemical Rehabilitation (the biochemical solution) & Counseling Strategies (the consciousness / psychological connection) proven to successfully treat both addiction and adverse mental health symptoms ~ all coming together to treat the body and mind for full resolution of symptoms and addictions.
Correction – The press release mistakenly refers to Genita Petralli, H.H.C.,N.C., M.H. as Dr. Petralli when she is not a doctor. We apologize for the error.