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Dr. Kenneth R. Pelletier joins the podcast to discuss his latest book, Change Your Genes, Change Your Life: Creating Optimal Health with the New Science of Epigenetics. Dr. Pelletier is a Clinical Professor of Medicine at UCSF, a renowned keynote speaker, and a pioneer in mind-body medicine and integrative health research. 

Change Your Genes, Change Your Life is renowned for pioneering work in integrative medicine, epigenetics, and longevity. Throughout the book, Dr. Pelletier navigates readers through a captivating journey into the realm of health and wellness – unveiling actionable steps to alter our genetic expression and enhance our well-being for a lifetime…

Presently, Dr. Pelletier works as a medical and business consultant to an array of entities, including the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, the World Health Organization (WHO), the National Business Group on Health, and the Federation of State Medical Boards. He also serves on the boards of the Healthtrac Foundation, United Behavioral Health, American Institute of Stress, and more. 

In this conversation, we dive into:

  • What “adept meditators” are, and how observing them drove Dr. Pelletier’s career interests.
  • The difference between the voluntary and involuntary nervous system, and how they interact. 
  • How practice and repetition can create pathways in the nervous system. 
  • Examples of skills that can be learned through deep concentration. 

You can follow along with Dr. Pelletier and his work by visiting his website!

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