It has been said that our emotions can often have a big impact on how healthy we are.
But is there more to the story?
According to Bruce Lipton, PhD, one of the reasons for this is that our emotions can actually influence our genes – both negatively and positively.
Dr. Lipton is a pioneer in epigenetics – the concept that our genes are not fixed, that they turn on and off.
And in this video clip, he gives us two examples of how specific emotions can contribute to changes in our cell growth.
Check it out, it’s only 4 minutes long.
To find out more about epigenetics in relation to brain science, click here.
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