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Blood Sugar Levels and EMF’s September 8, 2006

Posted by healthyself in Bioeffects, Biological Effects, Blogroll, Blood Sugar, Cell phone safety, Cell Phones, Children's health, Chronic Illness, Diabetes, Diagnostic marker, Electromagnetic pollution, Electromagnetic waves, Electrosensitivity, Electrosmog, ELF, Emergency Medicine, EMF Research, EMF's, Employees, EMR, Environment, Health related, High Frequencies, high voltage transmission lines, HOuseholds, Hz, Lifestyle, Long Term Health Risks, Low Frequencies, Men's Health, Microwave exposure, miscarriages, Mitigation, mobile telephones, Monitoring, Pulsed Radiation, radiation, Sick People, Susceptibility to Infection, transmission, Who is Affected?, Women's Health, Workplace.
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Are Increasing Electrical Pollution Levels a Factor in the Rising Rate of Diabetes?

Diabetes Graph

“The graph above illustrates blood sugar versus electrical pollution levels measured using the peak to peak electrical pollution meter designed by Professor Emeritus at University of California in Berkeley Dr. Martin Graham.”

“This person was initially diagnosed with Type II diabetes mellitus or adult onset diabetes. The diagnosis was changed after the doctors were shown that the person could eat anything, as long as the electrical pollution levels were low, without causing elevated blood sugar levels. However, when pollution levels were high the person’s blood sugar would shoot up, without eating anything.”

http://www.kinginstitute.org/health_news_updates/200405.html

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