What Exactly Is EMF?


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EMF stands for Electromagnetic Field, the field of energy that surrounds everything both living and man-made. We are all naturally surrounded by our own measurable electromagnetic fields, and everything in nature has an EMF as well. But the things we have created, such as microwaves, televisions, and cell phones, also have their own electromagnetic fields. The difference is that some are naturally occurring, while others are man-made. Therefore, every day we expose our bodies to EMFs at different frequencies from what nature intended.

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The EMF radiating from our bodies is the direct result of healthy activities within our cells. Each cell in your body metabolizes oxygen and nutrients to produce energy – all of which keeps you alive. This energy creates an electromagnetic field around you, and when that field remains at the correct frequency your cells are signaled to continue with their normal, healthy activities.

The human body was designed to operate at a certain EMF. But over time, our EMF can become weak or altered. When this happens, our cells don’t operate as they should and our tissues are no longer healthy. An altered EMF frequency has been linked to diseases such as cancer and fibromyalgia.

The difference between good and bad EMF

As you can see, EMF is not always a bad thing. In fact, having an EMF simply means that you’re alive! But just as there are good fats and bad fats in our diets, there are good and bad EMFs in our environments.

Electromagnetic radiation from electric, magnetic, ionic, and wireless sources are believed to alter our own natural EMFs. Over time, exposure to EMFs at the wrong frequency can become a health concern. In fact, many people already suffer from electromagnetic sensitivity from constant exposure to EMFs at the wrong frequency. In order to protect ourselves and maintain good health, it is important to minimize or neutralize the wrong EMF frequencies in our everyday lives


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