How Clean Is Your Biofield? Recognizing and eliminating EMF in your environment

There has been a great deal of research in the last several years about the impact of electrical, cellular, microwave and other energies on the human body. Our electromagnetic fields or EMF, also known as our biofield, can be affected or disrupted by the electrical signals or radiation emitted by such common devices as cell phones, computers and electrical lines. Detecting unwanted radiation and eliminating it has become a new focus for those concerned with their health.

Dr Mercola wrote about the dangers of EMF on his website www.mercola.com: As Vickie Warren explains in this interview, there are basically five primary sources of dangerous EMF that surround you on a daily basis:

Electric fields: These are the fields that emanate from anything that has voltage; basically anything electric, such as lamps, electrical wiring, outlets, extension cords, electrical appliances, and power outlets. Electric fields can affect the electrical communication in your body, such as your brainwaves, or the ability of your neurons to fire and communicate. It can also impede inter-cell communication anywhere in your body. Health problems that can manifest as a result to this type of exposure include neurological- and behavioral changes, altered cell growth, cell mutations, fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue, and even cancer.

Magnetic fields: The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has labeled magnetic fields a class 3 carcinogen. These fields can occur when there is an imbalance in the electrical wiring, and around electrical motors such as the motor in your refrigerator. A MAJOR source of magnetic fields is next to the main power meter for your house. You definitely want to avoid sleeping up against a wall that has a power meter on the outside. Electric clock radios can also generate magnetic fields. Fortunately, the effect drops off dramatically with distance, so simply putting some distance–typically about five or six feet–between yourself and the source is usually sufficient to drastically reduce or eliminate the danger. Power lines , whether above- or underground.

Metal plumbing: Yes, older metal plumbing can frequently carry a current. Wireless communications : This includes wireless power meters (so-called SmartMeters), cell phones, cell towers, wireless routers, and cordless phones. Most of these types of technologies expose you to both electric- and magnetic fields.

Fortunately, there are now several devices designed to reduce or eliminate EMF from your environment. After consulting with Dr. William Tiller, former researcher and world expert on material science and subtle energy at Stanford University, we learned about Q-Link Products, a revolutionary line of items designed to help your biofield be healthy. Whether it’s a lovely pendant necklace that you wear daily, or a convenient plug in device for your home computer, the products at www.qlinkproducts.com have received rave reviews.

Benefits include increased memory and concentration, improved athletic performance, relief for those who are sensitive to EMF, and increased vitality. There is some thought that reducing EMF radiation may lead to a reduction in all forms of cancers.


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| by Dr. Mercola

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| by Priscilla Warhowsky

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| by Jan Johnsen

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| by Priscilla Warshowsky

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| by Cheryl Shainmark

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