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Sat, Jan 08



Light, Mitochondria, DNA: How Sunlight Affects Your Health

Join us to learn about the electromagnetic spectrum and how sunlight can help you heal.

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Light, Mitochondria, DNA: How Sunlight Affects Your Health
Light, Mitochondria, DNA: How Sunlight Affects Your Health

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Jan 08, 2022, 11:00 AM


About the Event

The sun directs your DNA and mitochondria like a symphony, providing all of the instructions that your body needs to heal. Join us to learn how sunlight affects your health and what you can do to benefit most from it! During this webinar, Dr. Hunt will provide a full explanation of the electromagnetic spectrum from radio waves to gamma rays. We will detail the sun’s effect on our body function, including mental health, sleep, immune function, histamine intolerance, neurotransmitter production, autophagy, hormone balance, and much more. We will discuss how sunlight modulates health both through the eye and the skin. We will explain the latest research on the benefits of the different rays of light emitted from the sun and how you can safely reap these benefits throughout the day. 

**Once you register, please ensure that you receive your ticket in your email and check your spam if it does not appear in your inbox. Please email us at if you do not receive them. Please also ensure that the Zoom link works for you 24 hours in advance. We will not be able to assist you on the day of the webinar. Please note there are no refunds for this webinar once purchased.

If you register for this event, you will receive a recording of the webinar in your email within 2 weeks from the event date, which you'll have access to for 30 days. There will be no extensions after this 30 days has passed. If you cannot attend the day of the event, you may still register and will be sent the recording. As this includes proprietary information, the slide deck will not be sent out.


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