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Health dangers of electromagnetic radiation
'If a cellphone was a food it would be banned immediately.'~ Dr G. Hyland, Physicist, University of Warwick, England
According to Dr Lothar Sieger, who specialises in psychotherapy and environmental medicine, electro- (electricity source) and magnetic radiation (from cellphones, microwaves, baby monitors, wifi rooters etc) deeply penetrates the body, causing DNA changes, free radical activity and the opening of the blood-brain barrier. This causes damaging proteins to enter and accumulate in the brain.
The effect on our physiology includes a reduction in memory capacity, weakening immune system, accelerated ageing and even periodontal (gum) disease. . . . And the list goes on – fertility issues, eye damaging, cancer (particularly brain), hyperactivity, sleep disorders, depression, headaches, allergies and so on and so forth.
What you can do? Limit your exposure wherever possible and protect yourself. One proven effective way is the Waveex technology. For enquiries and orders email

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  1. Trejo B. Vitamin D3 and curcumin offer hope to Alzheimer's patients. Natural News. August 17, 2009.
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The white of the egg constitutes a low-calorie, fat-free food and contains the bulk of the egg’s protein. The yolk of the egg contains the cholesterol, the fat and saturated fat of the egg, but it also contains many nutrients such as the fat-soluble vitamins, essential fatty acids and other nutrients. So, it is best to eat the whole egg if you want to benefit from all the good it has to offer.
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