In recent years, many of us have grown increasingly aware of the possible dangers posed by Electromagnetic Fields (EMFs) . As electrical and wireless applications continue to become more ubiquitous in society, so our exposure to EMFs continues to climb. Although low levels of natural electromagnetic radiation have existed throughout the history of our world, the current degree of electromagnetic exposure now experienced is unprecedented in the history of the human race. Whether from cell phones, computers, or wiring in the home, EMFs are all around us, and they may be making significant contributions to many of today’s diseases. A notable example is diabetes.
In 2008 Dr. Magda Havas, Associate Professor of Environmental and Resource Studies at Trent University, presented four interesting case studies involving Type 1 and Type 2 diabetics . The goal of the studies was to evaluate and compare plasma glucose levels and insulin needs both inside and outside of EMF environments.
There was a striking difference
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