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Diabetes type 3 door electrogevoeligheid

Dr Magda Havas zegt:
Als je problemen hebt om de bloedsuiker te reguleren en je bent electrogevoelig, dan heb je mogelijk Type 3 Diabetes door de invloed van electromagnetische golven. (met video erbij)
Studies: Beweging uit de buurt van electromagnetische velden hield bloedsuikerwaarden stabiel, maar bewegen op een (electrische) loopband verhoogde de bloedsuikerwaarde.

http://www.magdahavas.com/?s=diabetes

March 2010. If you have difficulty regulating your blood sugar and you are electrically sensitive you may have type 3 diabetes according to research published in the Journal Electromagnetic Biology and Medicine in 2008.

Unlike Type 1 diabetes (juvenile diabetes) that is largely genetically controlled, and Type 2 diabetes (adult onset) that increases with obesity,
Type 3 diabetes is influenced by environmental exposure to electromagnetic pollutants.
Dat kan zijn: de electromagnetiche velden van draadloze apparatuur, maar ook door de zg "dirty electricity" van een loopband of andere electrische apparaten in huis.

In this peer-reviewed article (link op de website) , 4 case studies are presented that show marked changes in blood sugar associated with dirty electricity. Since so few people read scientific articles, I converted this paper into a short video called Diabetes and Electrosensitivity.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gJcM6RZwyfA&feature=player_embedded

If you or a loved one has diabetes, please watch this video. Share the information with your doctor. Clean up your electromagnetic environment and that includes, not only dirty electricity but also, radiation from wireless technology.

We do not know how how many people have type 3 diabetes (environmentally influenced blood sugar) nor do we know the environmental triggers.

We need your help.

If you have problems regulating your blood sugar and/or suspect you might be electrically sensitive, visit the new website: www.electrosensitivesociety.com and share your information with other members.