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How The Brain’s Natural Opiates Cure Anxiety and Depression

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Join me on Sunday November 14th for an in-depth discussion on how to get your body to produce its OWN proprietary brand of happy drugs.

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In 1972 a neuroscientist from John Hopkins named Candace Pert isolated the first opiate receptor in the human brain. Her discovery created a revolution in neuroscience and eventually in the world. It proved without doubt that human beings were hotwired to be happy and that pharmaceutical medicine could now pour billions of dollars in research money into what would ultimately crystallize into the wonder drug Prozac. In hindsight, we all know that Prozac was only the beginning.

DRUGS DON'T PRODUCE A HAPPY LIFE! BUT TEACHING YOUR BODY TO PRODUCE ITS HOME-MADE OPIATES ALWAYS DOES!

There are a lot of people that take drugs to get through the day. Sometimes this is necessary, but the long-term benefits are short lived. Why is that? Are there alternatives that you may not yet be aware of? Is there a way to turn your body into a happy chemical factory? Against an incredible amount of adversity, I have spent most of my life diving into the answers to these ever-critical questions. If EVER there was a time in American history to GET HAPPY, that time has come!

Join me on Sunday November 14th for an in-depth discussion on how to get your body to produce its OWN proprietary brand of happy drugs.

Please love yourself enough to be there!

Sincerely,

David Finkel, MPH

USC Keck School of Medicine

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