How You Control Your DNA, The New Science Gene Regulation

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Dr Ron Peters tells us about "Epigenetics" the new science of gene regulation. Learn how you control your DNA. The epigenome is the cellular material that sits on top of your DNA, telling your genes to switch on or off, to speak loudly or whisper. This mysterious cellular bio-energy network responds to messages sent from the surface of your cells and activates appropriate DNA activity. This is how stress, toxins, infections, and poor diet create inflammation and other conditions in your body that lead to chronic disease. Your DNA is the hardware and the epigenome is the software, which responds moment to moment to your thoughts, emotions and how you live your life.

Since graduation from UCLA Medical School in 1970, Dr. Peters has passionately pursued the meaning of health in body, mind and spirit. This diverse training and personal experience from doctors, healers, psychologists and spiritual teachers has birthed Mind-Body Medicine Center. Many psychologists understand the mind, but not so much the body. And, doctors focus on the mind with little understanding of the governing influence of the mind. Dr. Peters and his staff provide a unique and powerful blend mind-body healing not found elsewhere.

Dr. Peters is an experienced speaker and lectures frequently on a range of health topics. You can arrange for him to speak with your organization on any topic that you like. From lectures to experiential workshops, he can assist you and your organization to experience the powerful world of mind-body healing.

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Doctor CJ Henius
Dr Ron Peters
DNA Regulation
Health Well Being
Mind Body Connection
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