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Changing Your Mood Will Change Your Life
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Specific genes and their variants have been conclusively linked to:
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Genetic researchers have confirmed dozens of your genes are directly related to your mental health and wellness
Even conditions such as brain and thought disorders, mood swings, PTSD and a host of others are influenced by your genetic makeup, your genome.
In fact, many other issues including chronic fatigue, addictions, difficulty in relationships, trust, love and more are now being seen as more than just character traits or responsibility issues.
They can be rooted in how your mind processes information and emotions…and your mind is governed by your genes.
Now You Have Options!
Your genes are triggered by biochemicals -- the basic elements your body breaks down from what you eat and drink, other supplemental nutrients and your environment.
Change these and you can change the way your genes perform. And that can change your life forever.
Over the last 6 years the MyHappyGenes™ Project has mapped over 400 of the genes that affect your brain in these ways. If you or someone close to you have struggled with unwanted mental or emotional wellness issues, we can identify if these are rooted in your genes…and the specific diet, nutrition and lifestyle adjustments that can address them.
In fact, it is possible to better cope with stress, be more mentally alert and focused and be satisfied and happy with your life naturally by making some of these simple adjustments.
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Dr. J Dunn is truly an amazing practitioner. As an undisputed leader in her field, she has helped to impact the lives of thousands of individuals providing them with dramatic improvement physically, mentally and spiritually. She is an amazing individual and plays a vital role in the physical well being of my family and myself. The stresses and demands of my film career require me to be at top physical and mental condition. Dr. Dunn ensures that my level of health is not only optimum for today but for the future as well. I consider her an invaluable resource and a true friend.
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My husband, who is a Desert Storm Vet, has struggled with health issues for 20 years and is finally doing better thanks to your work! He is remembering names of people he meets, and he is pleasant to talk to in the mornings now--before I tried to avoid him in the mornings. And his energy is improving! I just had to say thank you from the bottom of my heart!
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Dr. J Dunn works with Fortune 100 CEOs, Olympic athletes, their trainers, and the occasional Hollywood persona. That's not the point. The point is that she is one of the best—if not the best—health care practitioners in the country. She is brilliant in all areas of health and wellbeing and teaches practitioners around the country. I have been known to call her one of my secret competitive advantages.
The Genesis of the MyHappyGenes™ Project
The genesis of the entire MyHappyGenes™ Project was when Dr. J Dunn began to research the role of genes in her own struggles with depression and chronic fatigue, as well as the mental and emotional issues of her patients.
As she matched these findings with the amazing body of research on nutrition and the brain, she began to see even more clearly, direct, specific ways to impact her patients' health…sometimes overcoming years of suffering.
The result is our proprietary software algorithm, which screens and analyzes the genes causing your issues, plus other genes that affect or are affected by them. Your current symptoms you may have are factored in as well. MHG-3D™ then formulates your specific diet, nutrition and lifestyle adjustments so you can adapt your underlying biochemistry and balance your physiology.
Take Control Of Your DNA: How You Can Break Free From Depression, Anxiety & Addiction
Will the MyHappyGenes™ Program work for you, too?
Very likely, if your DNA includes any of the 400 plus genes or their variants which we have already identified and tested.
But you probably have lots of questions that you need answered first, so your best next step is to download our in depth special report "Take Control Of Your DNA: Break Free From Depression, Anxiety & Addiction."
This special report details exactly how and why this process works so well, and includes many scientific references and other documentation.
But don't worry! It's been written in everyday language so it's an easy read!
Get The Facts You Need.
Finally Understand Why You Are The Way You Are
You Will Soon Be Able Get Your Own MHG™ DNA Test KIt
Even though our program can map ALL the genes currently known to alter your brain chemistry, there Is No Existing Consumer DNA lab that can provide us with the full spectrum of genetic data we need.
What most companies, like Ancestry and 23andMe, focus on are the genes related to your family origins, and ignore many of the genes we need to identify your brain chemistry risks.
Not only that, every existing consumer DNA lab we know of has hidden terms that let them sell your data! We believe this is unethical, especially with information as personal as your own DNA!
We are committed to NEVER selling or sharing our clients’ genetic data. We will always respect your privacy!
But up till now we have had NO choice but to use these companies’ DNA labs.
That is why we are working with a private lab to deliver the genetic data we need, targeting the specific genes researchers already know influence your mind and mood.
This ALSO allows us to make sure YOU Always have full control over your own genetic
You have everything to gain and nothing to lose…except the “mind and mood” issues you don’t want!
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