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Do You Have “Tech Diabetes?” (Shocking)

It starts with blood sugar levels that go up and down like a roller coaster.

Then you’re hit with random bouts of exhaustion… or even brain fog.

You may be suffering from diabetes… but not the kind of diabetes that most people are familiar with.

There’s a new epidemic called “Tech Diabetes” that’s sweeping across America.

Here’s how to tell if you have it… and what you can do about it.

For years we’ve thought that there were only two types of diabetes.

Type 1 diabetes is genetic.

Type 2 diabetes is caused by lifestyle issues, like obesity and high-sugar diets.

But research shows that there is a third type of diabetes that is caused by hypersensitivity to electromagnetic fields around our digital devices.

And this environmental pollution can cause severe blood sugar spikes.

Magda Havas, Ph.D., is an Associate Professor of Environmental and Resource Studies at Trent University in Canada – and a leading expert on this “Tech Diabetes.”

Her latest research, published in Electromagnetic Biology and Medicine, revealed that “dirty electricity” can very much affect blood sugar levels.

In one case study, a 57-year-old woman with type 2 diabetes found that while 20 minutes of walking in a local mall consistently lowered her blood sugar, walking on an electric treadmill caused her blood sugar to increase.

By simply walking in an electrically “clean” environment, her blood sugar dropped from 225 mg/dL to 191 mg/dL in under half an hour.

In another case, an 80-year-old with type 1 diabetes treated with twice daily insulin experienced a remarkable drop in blood sugar – 33 percent – after having electrical filters installed in her home.

In fact, it reduced her need for insulin by an astounding 75 percent!

And in yet another case, a 54-year-old male with prediabetes experienced spikes in blood sugar only when he was near power lines or his computer.

Up to 35 percent of Americans experience electrosensitivity.

Unfortunately, the U.S. has yet to recognize electrosensitivity as an illness, unlike some European countries.

If you have symptoms of electrosensitivity or “Tech Diabetes”– headaches, dizziness, heart palpitations, insomnia, memory loss, depression, fatigue, etc. – Dr. Havas recommends hiring a professional to test your environment for electromagnetic pollution.

Simple fixes like electric filters and switching from Wi-Fi to a hard-line Internet connection can go a long way toward reducing your exposure to harmful electromagnetic fields.

Fighting For Your Health,

Susan White
Executive Director, Alliance For Advanced Health