Are EMFs Dangerous? Unbiased Science-Based Review of Electromagnetic Fields

Electromagnetic Fields (EMFs) are perceived as environmental stressors on living organisms.

But since man-made EMFs are a very new stressor for humans, our cells have not developed proper defensive mechanisms against them. 

For example, EMFs are classified as possibly carcinogenic (cancer causing) as is arsenic, chloroform, cigarettes, DDT, estrogenics, heavy metals, roundup, etc. 

It seems clear that we would not willingly expose ourselves to these other agents, so why would we expose ourselves EMFs?

Is it from digital dementia (using electronics to remember everything for us) or FOMO (fear of missing out)? 

In this post, to simplify everything, I'll try to stay away from quantum physics as much as possible. 😉

I'll also show as unbiased of an opinion of EMFs as possible, but I do give you my opinion towards the end.

I'll also provide ways you can protect yourself from the downsides of EMFs.

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The 5+ Benefits of Suma (Pfaffia paniculata or Brazilian Ginseng)

Suma (pfaffia paniculata) is a common root in South America, especially in Brazil, known as Brazilian ginseng (Hebanthe eriantha). 

It is nicknamed "para todo" which means "for all" in Spanish.

It is an adaptogen, which means contains molecules that helps the body deal with stress.

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The 18+ Benefits of Spirulina

Spirulina is a powerful antioxidant and anti-inflammatory that has properties that can boost the immune system, prevent and kill cancer, protect the heart, liver, lungs, kidneys, eyes, skin, and ears, and can prevent skeletal damage.

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Amylin's Role in Obesity and Alzheimer's

Amylin is a hormone that is co-stored and co-secreted with insulin from the pancreatic beta cells in response to nutrients (eating). 

It mediates important brain functions, including appetite inhibition, cerebrovascular structure relaxation, and neural regeneration. 

It also plays a role in regulating glucose metabolism and modulating inflammation. 

Amylin shares characteristics of satiation signals, like CCK, but also of adiposity signals, like leptin or insulin. 

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The Gut-Brain Axis (And Gut Feelings)

Have you ever been told to go with your gut feeling? This article describes why.

Changes in the gut microbiota may cause:

Mental health issues (such as anxiety, depression, schizophrenia, and stress) 
Clostridium difficile infection
Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) 
Pathogen colonization (i.e. vancomycin-resistant Enterococcus)
Autoimmune and allergic diseases
Obesity and metabolic disorders
Neuropsychiatric disorders such as autism
Parkinson's Disease

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The 12+ Benefits of Lion's Mane

Recent evidence demonstrates that Lion's Mane is helpful for various diseases, such as Alzheimer’s disease, immunoregulation, and many types of cancer, through mechanisms in the nervous system, digestive system, circulatory system, and immune system.

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The 23+ Benefits of Melatonin

Melatonin is more powerful in preventing cell death than vitamin E, glutathione, mannitol and vitamin C. 

Compared to daytime, the body has 10-15x more melatonin in the blood at night. 

Light can decrease melatonin production. 

Age can also decrease melatonin production.

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