Dr Bruce Lipton - Internationally Acclaimed Epigenetics Pioneer and Quantum Biologist

Interviewed by

John Coombs

Dr Bruce Lipton - Internationally Acclaimed Epigenetics Pioneer and Quantum Biologist

This discussion with Bruce Lipton focuses on a variety of practical health solutions and proactive self empowerment options for people of all ages and circumstances.

Drawing from Bruce's best selling published work, the Biology of Belief, Spontaneous Evolution and The Honeymoon Effect, the interview provides scientific information on many aspects of holistic health to encourage a positive attitude and lifestyle balance for integrated mental, emotional physical and social wellness.

You will learn why a healthy attitude contributes to your health, how your brain can be reprogrammed for life enhancing benefits and how quantum energy systems affect our welfare beyond the recognised material dimension.

Bruce who worked as a medical professor and cell biologist has personally researched genetics, stem cells and performed cell cloning with electron microscopes starting in the 1960s and he has since collaborated with eminent writers and scientists Dr Deepak Chopra, Dr Rupert Sheldrake, Lynne McTaggart and Greg Braden in a 50 year career.

Interviewed by John Coombs of Global Health Clinics.

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Practical programs for a healthy body, mind and emotions.
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John Coombs

John Coombs

John has spent many years in the natural food industry as well as in environmental technologies. He has had a long life researching metaphysics and subtle energy systems, especially how this influences our health, productivity and creativity. He is the Principal of Global Health Clinics here in Auckland NZ.

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