Tuesday, October 6, 2015

Mel Fabregas | Season 3 Premiere: A Review of Seasons 1 and 2


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Thank you for helping us declassifies the secrets to health and longevity and focus on mind, body and spirit. ~ Mel Fabregas  


S y n o p s i s 

After two years on the air and as the premiere episode for Season 3 of Sanitas, Mel conducts a review of Seasons 1 and 2 and what benefits he has derived fro them. The full interview is available to members and non-members alike. Feel free to spread it far and wide. This is a review/analysis of over 100 shows. If after listening you are not convinced of the importance this radio program can have on your life, nothing else will convince you. You won't only add years to your life, but you will also add life to your years.

B i o 

Melchiades [mel-kahy-uh-deez] "Mel" Fábregas is of Spanish descent. His family originally moved from Spain to Cuba. Mel grew up in Puerto Rico. From a very young age, Mel had an insatiable curiosity for knowledge and an overdeveloped sense of wonder. After, being afflicted with what can be deemed as excitotoxin overload in 1992, Mel discovered that aspartame, monosodium glutamate (MSG) and many other chemicals used in our food supply, was the culprit. Mel went on a crusade to inform others. It wasn't until October 2003 when Sanitas was born to inform the world. Mel's mission is to declassify the secrets to our health and longevity with a focus on personal development, spiritual growth, wealth-building, mind development and wellness.

Mel has a bachelor’s degree in finance (BBA) and a master’s degree in international business administration (MBA) from the University of Texas. At the age of 19, while working for a Fortune 500 company (Dun & Bradstreet/D&B - the largest information and market research company in the world, with 72,000 employees in 114 countries.), Mel became the youngest financial analyst in the organization where he served from 1987 to 1999. Prior to his long-term corporate career Mel worked in television as a child actor, retail, banking, and even with McDonnell Douglas. Throughout his career, he lived and traveled the United States, Latin America, and Asia. During one of his assignments, Mel lived in Mexico City (92/93) during the implementation of NAFTA. In 1999 Mel left corporate America and became an entrepreneur in the hospitality, wholesale, and real estate industries; and most recently, - by accident - he is now involved in media broadcasting.

Mel has appeared on History Channel’s Brad Meltzer’s Decoded, several domestic and international radio shows, and has served as master of ceremonies and moderator at a number of conferences. SANITAS’ main purpose is to declassify the secrets to our health and longevity and discuss topics ranging from mind, body and spirit.

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