What dietary supplements help fight off the negative health effects of emf radiation?
By emf's I mean common sources of electromagnetic (microwave and rf) radiation that we are saturated in everyday (i.e. from cellphone, wi fi, dirty electricty and electrosmog etc)?
Since vitamin C is important for building strong cell walls, and since I would think radiation of any type would tend to make those walls weaker, that would be something I would focus on. However, your question requires (I think) some pretty good advice from a better source.
I wonder about EMF myself - when you hear that birds, whales, bees and other critters may be getting confused due to EMF saturation it makes you wonder.
I did a little looking and found this site. I think what they have to say will be of some help.
http://www.safespaceprotection.com/Heal … -diet.aspx
I don't know if it is true, ThunderKeys, but I've been told that Ginseng helps. Might be worth a try.
by Getfitjourney8 years ago
You’re not dreaming and you did not misread the title. On February 3rd, 2010 Senators John McCain and Byron Dorgan introduced S. 3002, a bill entitled, The Dietary Safety Act. The supposed purpose of this bill is to...
by andrew savage5 years ago
What vitamins, minerals and dietary supplements will aid the health of the brain?
by Iontach7 years ago
Hmmmm I'm going to cheat and say I'd buy a multi vitamins and minerals combo in one! lol
by cheetah7865 years ago
Can I lose 20 kg in 2 months without any adverse health effects?I am 92kg and height is 5'11. I want to be around 70-75 kg.. how quickly I can achieve this and what is the best excercise plan..
by ngureco8 years ago
Health Effects of Black Pepper
by PDXBuys3 years ago
Why are most dietary supplements not evaluated by the FDA?Is it difficult to scientifically determine if dietary supplements (such as St. John's Wort) help the body? Why do so many labels still say "This...
Copyright © 2018 HubPages Inc. and respective owners.
Other product and company names shown may be trademarks of their respective owners.
HubPages® is a registered Service Mark of HubPages, Inc.
HubPages and Hubbers (authors) may earn revenue on this page based on affiliate relationships and advertisements with partners including Amazon, Google, and others.