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They’re Poisoning Us, From the Gulf War to the Gulf of Mexico: An Investigative Report, by Arnold Mann

In this groundbreaking investigation, Mann draws our attention to a global health crisis and the cover-ups and deceptions by major corporations and government agencies at the expense of millions who have been rendered chronically ill by toxic exposures.


In this book, Mann painstakingly documents their heart-breaking personal stories, along with medical testimony from renowned physicians and researchers who specialize in this new field of medicine and identifying the sources of this hidden epidemic.

Brain Surgeon: A Doctor's Inspiring Encounters with Mortality and Miracles, By Keith Black, M.D., with Arnold Mann (Hachette Book Group, 2009)

In this riveting book, Dr. Black invites readers to shadow his breathtaking journeys into the brain as he battles some of the deadliest tumors known to medical science. Along the way, he shares the extraordinary stories of his patients—from ministers and rock stars to wealthy entrepreneurs and uninsured students—whom he celebrates as the real heroes.

The Enzyme Advantage, for Health Care Providers and People Who Care About Their Health, by Howard F. Loomis, Jr., D.C., F.I.A.C.A, with Arnold Mann (21st Century Nutrition Publishing, 2015)

"Dr. Loomis has written a very important book for any healthcare practitioner who wants to enhance his or her knowledge and abilities as a healer, and for any consumer of healthcare who wants to understand exactly what real health is."

- Ralph Barrale, D.C., Vice President of Chiropractic, Logan University

The Enzyme Advantage For Women, by Howard F. Loomis, Jr., D.C., F.I.A.C.A, with Arnold Mann (21st Century Nutrition Publishing, 2016)

Dr. Howard Loomis takes us on a fascinating journey along his own learning curve as he found that many of the life-disrupting symptoms associated with the ups and downs of his female patients' reproductive lives could be relieved by taking a nutritional approach—combining dietary modification with plant enzyme formulas designed to deliver specific nutrients to struggling organ systems, thus restoring normal function.