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better body chemistry for expectant moms

 Gives you the inside scoop….

 Tips and strategies, based on the latest science, to help you give your baby the best start possible.

 Because your baby’s first home – blings their genome forever

Your baby’s genetic package is determined at the moment of conception, when in a twinkling of a eye, the genetic package carried by a sperm and an egg fuse, creating a one of a kind baby human. But there is a lot more to genes than simple possession, in the 9 months it takes to go from the size of a dot, to a baby – a myriad of genes will be turned on and off. Some will be fired up for a brief moment, to orchestrate the development of a key component, others will be fired up for the long haul, some will never be turned on.

The environment inside your womb, plays a big part in turning genes on and/or off. Scientists are just beginning to understand this switching system, but they already know, your body chemistry ………………… MATTERS.

 And small things can make a big difference to body chemistry.

Better body chemistry for expectant moms gives you tips and strategies that will help you give your baby the best start possible. And best of all, it’s FREE.

Ready to add a little BLING to your baby’s genome by flicking a few genetic switches ?

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What you will receive………..

Each week, you will get a strategy or two delivered directly to your in box.

The strategy is based on the latest scientific discoveries – it is presented as a postcard – which gives you the strategy with a brief explanation. If you want to know more, you can click the link and read the full story. The strategies won’t cost you anything to implement, but they will get you thinking a little differently, so you will be able to create better body chemistry and bling your baby’s genome.

REAL SCIENCE, REAL SIMPLE

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 Give your baby the gift of good health… by blinging their genome.

Click to enrol in our free e-course.

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