Want a smart child - then be smarter during pregnancy
by Thom Bush
on 08 March 2015
Synaptic transmission

Evidence has emerged that the perception of the mother, in relationship to her environment during pregnancy, can dramatically impact the intelligence potential of her child.

Bruce Lipton, the pionerring epigeneticist, has some very important advice for everyone planning a family or in the process right now. The way mother percieves her environment alters the way genes communicate with the body, the two way flow. The developing foetus reads the exact same data and the brain develops ready to inherit the world in which it will ultimately reside. So a relaxed supportive pregnancy has a higher chance of producing a genius and and stressed pregnancy may give you an athlete! You can see this video to see Bruce in action - Right Here