Electromagnetic Fields (EMF) increase toxins quite significantly

reason to worry?

Christiane Tourtet B.A.

March 01, 2010

According to a latest research done in a Swiss Laboratory,

Electromagnetic Fields (EMF) can affect a fetus while in utero.

This research is quite interesting and may hold a very significant key, especially for autism.

In the laboratory, researchers covered a culture of mold. When they uncovered it and left it exposed to the ambient electromagnetic radiation in the Lab, (and just outside it) such as computers, cell phones, lights, cell phone tower, located near the laboratory, they discovered that not only the biotoxins in the culture had increased more than 600 fold, but also had increased to a more potent and virulent form of biotoxin.

The researchers, and Dr. Dietrich Klinghardt, MD, PhD, (Internationally known for his successful treatment of neurological illness) thus, have postulated that a pregnant mother with non-symptomatic low grade infections in her body, who is exposed to a significant electromagnetic radiation, (such as in the Swiss laboratory) will have an increased and more potent form of biotoxin being produced in her body.

It is quite important to note, that this electromagnetic radiation and the consequent increased toxic insult has been shown to alter the DNA structure of the fetus, that these alterations, can lead to an avalanche of neurodevelopmental problems, at birth, as it has been observed for the past 20 years.

Resource:

EMF- Omega- News

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1 Comment

  1. Sanjeev Shrivastava

     /  March 11, 2010

    Excellent one, I dont know y mass is not serious about this health risk factor

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