Attilio Speciani

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Clinical immunologist and allergies specialist, Director of SMA (Servizi Medici Associati) and GEK. Scientific Director of Eurosalus, he was professor of nutrition in Master's in Phytotherapy courses at the Universities of Bologna and Milan. He also practices medicine in the UK and is registered with the General Medical Council, is an active associate of the New York Academy of Science and the European Academy of Allergy and Clinical Immunology (EAACI). His most recent research looks at the immunological aspects of nutrition and the study of inflammatory cytokines in relation to food. In his clinical practice he puts into practice the dialectic between classical scientific medicine and an ample vision of medicine and the human.

 

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Food is a signal

Food is a signal

For too long food has been considered just a heap of calories, vitamins and microelements. But it is much more than that: it’s what comes of the sun entering the soil, plants and animals, transforming them into the energy our body requires.