1 Your genes are programmed by your DNA, but it’s been proven that they can be reprogrammed by your environment.
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2 There are channels of energy, known as meridians, running through your body.
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3 More than 100 randomized, controlled studies show that EFT is 95% effective in reducing the stress hormone cortisol, relieving trauma, and facilitating other physiological and immunological improvements.
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4 Reprogramming shifts the vibration of receptor cells, changes the flow of neuropeptides, and creates new neural pathways – and therefore, a new you.
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