Emotional Wellbeing

Could the key to emotional wellbeing be in your genes?  Your emotions are influenced by both genes and the environment. However genetic variants do play a part in how you interpret your environment, therefore they are important in how you feel.

Interview with Dr. J. Dunn

Simeone Scaramozzino, Yogi, and Innovator, who creates meaningful businesses for the conscious & sustainable evolutionary journey of all planetary ecosystems, communities, tribes, recently did an interview with Dr. J. Dunn. Dr. J Dunn, is the Founder, CEO, and Lead Scientist of MyHappyGenes. In this conversation she describes how your genes can have a direct effect, not just on your physical health, but on your mental and emotional health as well.

Your genes are triggered by biochemicals which are the basic elements that your body breaks down from what you digest and your environment. Change these, and you may be able to change the way your genes perform. When guided by knowledge of your unique genetic makeup, simple adjustments to diet, lifestyle, and nutrition can bring your emotional, mental, and physical states into balance

Dr. J Dunn & Simeone Scaramozzino | Genetics for Mental & Emotional Wellbeing

Genetic testing can identify potential health problems and give you another tool to make informed decisions about managing your health care. Dr. J. Dunn explores how to obtain correct results and what to do with the results. She also talks about compassion for yourself and others when it comes to problems beyond our control. Her book, Genetic Compassion, will help you to understand how genes play a very important role in how we feel.