One afternoon, while YouTube was on autoplay in the background a video by Dr. Devra Davis came up. At the time, I had no idea who she was and as she continued with her presentation I knew I needed to sit down and give it my undivided attention. Doctor Davis expertise is in the danger of wireless devices and how it has proven to cause harm in children's brain development, affects the male reproductive health, wifi and breast cancer, insomnia, and as well as cases of childhood leukemia with wireless radiation.
The French Government banned over 400 phones according to Davis and she shared how disappointed she is with the North American government for not employing the same stringent safety testing. In fact, many European countries do not allow wifi in elementary schools as many experts already knew the side effects it would cause little kids in the long run. It is sad we are surrounded with wifi everywhere we go in the city.
Dr. Davis compares a cellphone to a two way microwave. She said, when microwaves were introduced it was originally called 'Radar'. Women at the time refused to cook with it because of its name so the marketer changed it to microwave. I was quite fascinated with her presentation I decided to look her up. Dr. Davis served as President Bill Clinton’s appointee to The U.S. Chemical Safety and Hazard Investigation Board from 1994-1999. She is recognized as an international expert on environmental health factor as well as served as a lead author of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, which was awarded the Nobel Prize in 2007 along with former Vice-President Al Gore.
Dr. Davis was an epidemiologist but in one video she stated that we should never turn to the study of epidemiology to try to predict the future. It takes a lot of courage and honesty for her to say that because not everyone can easily throw their field of expertise out the window and then practically start approaching an issue from a different len. This is all for the sake of seeking and sharing the truth with the world.
I have shared some of her videos with the closest people I know. I feel it is important for me to do my part and if the information is out there then we have a choice. Fortunately, many people are onboard and are trying to do something about this.
Dr. Davis speaks extensively of the danger of the newly launched 5G technology as well. Her biggest concern is that most of us do not have a choice of accepting or refusing this service as it is setup around where we live and work. She said in Singapore, the government has banned 5G for its citizens with the exception of emergency workers like paramedics and firefighters. These workers are fully aware of the danger 5G poses and demand that if they have to work with it, then the system should be wired and not wireless. The government complied.
As a health advocate, I wanted to do my part and did more research to see what we could use to block EMF as well as if there is any foods in particular we should be ingesting. Luckily, most of the foods that were recommended by experts are ones I am already eating daily and also feeding the family. Some of them are chlorophyll foods like barley greens, wheatgrass, seaweed, sulfur rich foods like garlic and onions, and non irradiated spices like turmeric.
Other vitamins recommended are listed here:
- Vitamin D3K2
- Vitamin C
- B-Complex Vitamins
I hope this article will help you make some changes in both your life and those of your family members. Wishing you great health always!
Please consult your physicians before starting any supplements
About our blogger:
Sara Au Yeong has always been interested in alternative health, growing up with uncle, aunts and cousins who are doctors and nurses. In her early 20s, Sara started eating organic foods and consuming green juices and dandelion to detox her body. She is a firm believer of preventative care, takes a keen interest in TCM, practises Transcental Meditation and has completed her Level 2 Reiki from the Usui lineage. She is also a cosmetics creator for a clean makeup brand called Amaterasu Beauty since 2008.