Diabetes and Technology Link?

by admin on June 25, 2011

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The following is an excerpt from the Technology chapter of the book Blinded By Science…great read. http://www.blindedbyscience.co.uk

Could it be? And here I sit in front of my computer educating all of you. 🙂

One scientific paper suggests another cause for diabetes, one which has been brought upon us all inadvertently – so-called “dirty electricity”, or what I would call man-made electromagnetic fields. In a study published in the journal Electromagnetic Biology and Medicine, 2008, Magda Havas cites overwhelming evidence that there should be a shift in the way we look at diabetes. In addition to the current type 1 and type 2 diabetes, she suggests that there should be a third type, which is exacerbated or induced by exposure to electromagnetic frequencies. The following case studies were taken from her report, and if you are reading this and have been told you have diabetes, it should make you think very carefully about how you might be able to reduce your blood sugar level without needing to be dependent on drugs.

In a study following a 51-year-old man with type 2 diabetes over a one-week period, it was found that changes in his blood glucose levels were not related to his food intake, but were directly related to his working environment. The more he worked on his computer, the more his levels rose, and the levels quickly receded as soon as he walked away from the computer. An astonishing fact, however, was that the doctor’s office where he had his tests, directly affected his diabetes levels. On entering the doctor’s clinic, his blood sugar levels were tested and found to be prediabetic. Then, after sitting in the doctor’s waiting area for only twenty minutes, his blood sugar level had risen to that of a type 2 diabetic. He then left the building and waited in the car park, an environment with no obvious electromagnetic fields, for a further twenty minutes. Upon measuring his levels immediately after the rest period, it was found that the glucose levels had gone back to normal. So what was in the doctor’s clinic that could have made the difference? Dr Havas alleges that is was the five computers kicking out electromagnetic fields that had caused the changes. The conclusion one can draw from this is that if you are going to test a patient for diabetes, do it in an electromagnetically clean environment, to prevent misdiagnosis and to accurately determine the severity of the disease.

A second experiment involved a 57-year-old woman with type 2 diabetes who was taking no medication for her diabetes yet managed to control her plasma glucose levels simply by exercise and a strict diet. In this study, she was tested throughout the day. The results showed that exercising by walking caused her blood sugar levels to drop from a mean of 11.8 to 7.2 mmol/L. However, if she practised the same amount of walking on an exercise machine, her blood sugar levels actually rose from 10 to 11.7 mmol/L. What could have caused this? It is suggested the large electrical motor used to generate the moving tread kicked out such a large electromagnetic field that it caused the blood sugar level to rise. How ironic that doctors recommend exercise for patients thinking that it will always help them – if this exercise is carried out indoors, on a running machine, it seems it will in fact have completely the opposite effect. So if you have diabetes, do not go to a gym with a high number of electrically powered exercise machines as the gym environment could be doing you enough damage to outweigh the positive effects of the exercise.

Another study was conducted on a 28-year-old man with type 2 diabetes who found it very difficult to reduce his blood sugar levels despite the fact that he was taking medication three times a day. In an attempt to reduce his levels, he introduced four GS (Graham Stetzer) filters into his home. GS filters are an invention that supposedly reduces the amount of electromagnetism in a localised area, such as your living room or bedroom; they simply plug into the socket. Within three days of introducing these filters into his home, the man’s blood sugar levels dropped significantly to an amount that he not been able to achieve using just medication.

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