How I 'Healed' EMF Sensitivity

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How I 'Healed' EMF Sensitivity

lewisr90
Hi, guys.

A few years ago I suffered from extreme EMF sensitivity.

I'm a very lucky person as I have managed to heal my body to an extent whereby I no longer feel the sensitivity.

This is a big achievement and I want more people to know my process.

We have discovered that all people who have EMF sensitivity also suffer from other problems that seam to be causing EMF sensivitiy. The most important is copper toxicity. Copper acts as an antenna in the body. It becomes toxic mainly through stress and lack of zinc. I had very extreme copper toxicity and as I was releasing the copper the EMF got better and better until it's no longer there.
Other issues are high calcium and magnesium tissue levels. This also happens under immense stress, the body raises these minerals to help protect a person from stress. It hardens the cells and makes them less permeable.

Others are aluminum, mercury, arsenic and others.

I would like to invite you to watch a video I made about it which explains things much more.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tJ9AztdWgVc
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sailplane
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If copper acts as an antenna, then aluminium, calcium and zinc, which are good conductors, do as well, and we have a much bigger quantity of those metals in our body than we do copper.
It's a bit ridiculous to try to remove metals from your body because they act as antenna. You need a balance to be healthy, regardless of how good of an 'antenna' the metals make.

But I do agree lack of zinc can definitely cause problems, and some 'healthy' diets can cause high copper which will trigger zinc to be lost.

This article says it well:

"Finally, the shift in our diets away from zinc-rich meats and toward vegetarianism also has contributed to the development of copper overload. Zinc and copper work in a see-saw relationship in the body. Ideally, the two minerals should be in an 8:1 ratio in favor of zinc in the tissues. But plant foods such as soy products, beans, whole grains and nuts all are copper-heavy. When these foods are emphasized in the diet, the all-important zinc-copper ratio can become skewed, leading to the development of copper buildup."
https://www.melissadianesmith.com/Articles/CopperOverLoad.html

And I'm glad you were able to get better. I think everybody has the possibility, however, even a healthy person who does not feel anything is still being affected. DNA is fragmented, and oxidation is happening, without any feeling still.

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lewisr90
If copper acts as an antenna, then aluminium, calcium and zinc, which are good conductors, do as well, and we have a much bigger quantity of those metals in our body than we do copper.
It's a bit ridiculous to try to remove metals from your body because they act as antenna. You need a balance to be healthy, regardless of how good of an 'antenna' the metals make.

Yes we find other minerals and metals are cumbersome, however, copper for some reason seams to be the most problematic. We are unsure of this at the moment and it needs more research. However, we have tested copper being detoxed from the body and can see a rise in tissue testing. When this occurs a persons EMF symptoms increase rapidly when copper is shunted into the blood. When the copper is released from the body their symptoms decrease. We are aware of the other metals, but for some reason copper is a very potent one.

Also, we DO BALANCE the body, that is our aim, never to 'detox' or remove minerals and metals, you must balance the whole body as a whole to heal.


But I do agree lack of zinc can definitely cause problems, and some 'healthy' diets can cause high copper which will trigger zinc to be lost.

Agreed

This article says it well:

"Finally, the shift in our diets away from zinc-rich meats and toward vegetarianism also has contributed to the development of copper overload. Zinc and copper work in a see-saw relationship in the body. Ideally, the two minerals should be in an 8:1 ratio in favor of zinc in the tissues. But plant foods such as soy products, beans, whole grains and nuts all are copper-heavy. When these foods are emphasized in the diet, the all-important zinc-copper ratio can become skewed, leading to the development of copper buildup."
https://www.melissadianesmith.com/Articles/CopperOverLoad.html

And I'm glad you were able to get better. I think everybody has the possibility, however, even a healthy person who does not feel anything is still being affected. DNA is fragmented, and oxidation is happening, without any feeling still.

I agree with this comment, vegetarian and vegan diets from our experience makes things much worse.
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sailplane
lewisr90 wrote
We are aware of the other metals, but for some reason copper is a very potent one.
This could be because the copper is inorganic.
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20150596
"Food copper (organic copper) is processed by the liver and is transported and sequestered in a safe manner. Inorganic copper, such as that in drinking water and copper supplements, largely bypasses the liver and enters the free copper pool of the blood directly. This copper is potentially toxic because it may penetrate the blood/brain barrier. "

I'm very curious, how did you figure out that it was too much copper, did you test your blood?
"Adults have 50 and 80 milligrams (mg) of copper in their body, mostly in muscle and the liver."
https://www.urmc.rochester.edu/encyclopedia/content.aspx?contenttypeid=167&contentid=total_copper_blood

Most of the amount is not testable since it's not in the blood, and 50mg-100mg is a very small amount.. a US penny by comparison is about 2500mg.

Thanks for the info.

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lewisr90
This could be because the copper is inorganic.
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20150596
"Food copper (organic copper) is processed by the liver and is transported and sequestered in a safe manner. Inorganic copper, such as that in drinking water and copper supplements, largely bypasses the liver and enters the free copper pool of the blood directly. This copper is potentially toxic because it may penetrate the blood/brain barrier. "

Yes this his highly likelt to be the case, we find the copper is biounavailable copper, i.e the body cannot use that type of copper very well at all.

I'm very curious, how did you figure out that it was too much copper, did you test your blood?
"Adults have 50 and 80 milligrams (mg) of copper in their body, mostly in muscle and the liver."
https://www.urmc.rochester.edu/encyclopedia/content.aspx?contenttypeid=167&contentid=total_copper_blood

Blood is terrible for testing, you cannot test all copper load, however a properly performed hair mineral analysis is very good. You have to look for other indicators however, 4 lows pattern, 3 lows, low na/k, high cal/mg, low zinc, low phosphorus, high aluminum/mercury are better indicators of figuring out the copper problem.

Most of the amount is not testable since it's not in the blood, and 50mg-100mg is a very small amount.. a US penny by comparison is about 2500mg.

Yes going on from above, to test all copper you must sample every tissue on the body, not possibly of course, therefore you need another method.

Thanks for the info.
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SuperLaura
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So how exactly did you detox The copper specifically?
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sailplane
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SuperLaura wrote
So how exactly did you detox The copper specifically?
http://www.healingedge.net/store/article_copper_toxicity.html

Balancing Copper

The author dealt with severe copper imbalance in himself and with many others for the past 18 years. Six methods are used to reduce copper in the tissues:

Reduce exposure to sources of copper.

Antagonists such as zinc, manganese and iron compete with copper for absorption and utilization. Vitamins B6 and folic acid may also be helpful. Selenium and cysteine may be helpful.

Research indicates copper may be excreted by binding with glutathione and metallothionine which require these nutrients.

Chelators of copper include vitamin C, molybdenum and sulfur-containing amino acids. These bind and remove copper. More powerful chelators may be used, but can have side effects.

Enhance the eliminative organs, such as the liver, skin and colon.

Balance body chemistry, enhance energy production and improve adrenal gland activity. To support the adrenal glands, avoid sweets, eat protein with each meal, and supplement your diet with vitamins A, C and E, manganese, zinc and B-complex vitamins. Animal protein is very helpful due to its higher content of zinc, B-vitamins and sulfur amino acids including cysteine and taurine. Adrenal glandular substance is also frequently helpful.

Reduce fear and stress. Methods range from a change in location or work to meditation, therapy, more rest and other changes
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I know you asked the OP, but just thought that might be helpful.  

I think taking Zinc will push some copper out, and if combined with Vit C, B, selenium, and others, it should help balance it out.

I find juicing is helping a lot, especially carrot+apple, and spinach is supposed to be really good to. I found research of certain elements that help to reduce EHS(Vitamin E, CoQ10, Vitamin C, ensuring Glutathione cycle works, B vitamins, antioxidants, skin protection( Vit A, carotene)), and carrots contain small amounts of almost all of them, and spinach has a lot as well.  Apples are good to eat entirely because they have good fiber.

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SuperLaura
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Thanks, this is super helpful. I believe I have this problem. I have cravings for grass fed red meat and organic spinach, and also like to juice. I eat 2 cups organic spinach with breakfast every morning. When I muscle test myself copper comes up as a toxicity problem and zinc a deficiency so I think there might be something to this.
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Hawk
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this is important
the first stage in my recovery was taking zinc supplement!!!
then i understood the power of elecrolytes. so later i started taking full spectrum minerals with the zinc as well.
the full spectrum mineral contains some copper.
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Miller
Here's another link with some interesting information regarding the role of magnesium, voltage-gated calcium channels and EMFs.

I also realized, I wasn't getting close to the recommended daily amount of potassium.

https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/mobilfunk_newsletter/pR7vQ7obuJs
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What is the recommended dose of potassium ? I take enough magnesium.

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The recommended intake of potassium for adolescents and adults is 4,700 mg/day.
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sake
Can i get all the required minerals needed with only foods in order to heal? I cant tolerate any mineral supplement.
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> Can i get all the required minerals needed with only foods in order to heal?
> I cant tolerate any mineral supplement.

It's possible, although I think many people do resort to using some type of magnesium supplement.  

Potassium supplements are generally kind of useless, if the RDA is 4000 mg and potassium supplements usually only have 100 mg per tablet.  You can look into foods that are high in potassium, magnesium, calcium, etc.

And also there are a wide variety of supplements on the market, so maybe one of them is tolerable for you.

Marc
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Miller
There's a lot of potassium in bananas, orange juice, avocados, potatoes, beans, edamame, tomatoes, yogurt, salmon and more.

For magnesium, we only need 400 mg to meet daily intake which can be found in nuts, leafy greens, bananas, kidney beans, black beans, whole wheat bread, lentils, oatmeal, quinoa, avocados, etc.

I still take supplements for both when I'm not getting enough through food. I'm just not that disciplined to eat the right thing all the time.
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sake
Anyway I have improved me eating a lot in the past like including more foods i need  and eating more varied at every meal and throgh week. I must say in generally my health has improved. But im still trying to further improve my diet, hopefully it will balance my body chemistry including minerals.
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Miller
Here is an old study regarding zinc and EMFs. Though done on rats, it provides some light of zinc's role in combating oxidative stress on cells. Perhaps it's part of the process of balancing the copper ratio.

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/16434836
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