OK, Dr Levy does not speak of E smog here, but by what I understood (after I heard an interview with him) is that any symptom we have that is bad has to do with oxidative stress.
Any symptom means = E smog symptoms too.
As I suffer from a lot of chronic infections and high toxicity (mercury, aluminum, lead are just three bad metals I've been trying to clean for more than a decade), I know that it does not matter whether I have an infection OR if I have a toxin in movement: symptoms are very similar.
You feel crap, that's it.
The moment I step into a Swiss train, I feel the fog coming in my brain, and if I stay more than 30min to 60 min, I will CERTAINLY get a headache, my body will get cold or opposite (varying temperatures), I just feel 20% of myself.
I'm pretty sure that feeling crap from ES can only be due to oxidative stress caused by the damn E smog, that damages tissues / enzymes, and even activate infections (already proved in lab with some herpes strains), make fungi release extreme amounts of toxins (as they think we're attacking them with E-smog killing guns) and poison the whole body with very potent neurotoxins...
Damaging enzymes = damaging all metabolism in the body.
Making what we were supposed to do much slower. The damage to enzymes is irreversible, and that happens to about 2/3 of proteins which were analyzed in the lab in a Greek university (in a study I posted here some time ago).
Meaning that digestion goes bad (that will increase toxines), immune system goes bad (it will allow nasty critters to grow and they are ALL toxic), excretion is damaged (meaning, toxins that our bodies still can flush out stay in), etc..
That is what E-smog does to cells in lab =they damage physically proteins, in an irreversible way.
So whatever happens with E-smog, it has to do with oxidative stress.
As our bodies cannot make Vit C, and Vit C travels easily in the body, mops up oxidants, and even it is a binder (binds to toxins and help them be flushed off the body), it could be a good starting point for many of us to take in vit C in a daily basis (probably many times a day, even).
Liposomal Vit C has an excellent press as it crosses INTRA cellular, mopping up oxidants intracellular (that water soluble vit C cannot do).
It seems it is even more efficient that IV Vit C (that is still not reaching intracelllular as well).
Besides Vit C can prevent a lot of bone problems, cardio vascular problems, even help us to kill some bad candida in the gut it seems... But you need it in high doses. One way to get them in high doses is through liposomal option.
For those with low budget, you can buy a small device to produce it home, for a fraction of the price of commercial lipossomal vit C.
i'm too lazy to try, so I think I will start with the commercial version. It seems it tastes awful though...
If you step into a Swiss train are you not reacting to the strong magnetic field? Have you measured it with a meter? Its just your blood magnetising and sticking together that makes you feel shit. It cannot transport oxygen.
I think it's the wifi they installed there that makes me ill.
Before they installed wi fi, I could travel 3, 4 hours without noticing much...
It's only since they announced all bigger trains had wifi in all wagons that the problem started.
I could stand about 1 hour in the past, but then, the time of tolerance got smaller... Now I can sense something wrong from the first 20 minutes I'm in a train.
It could also be the magnetic fields, or more, a combination of Esmog that causes me symptoms, of course. Specially when all these people around me have laptops + smart phones on, and are playing with them the whole time, in a full train.
If I were still ultra sensitive like years ago, i think I would not be able to stand 5 hours in one go, like I did this weekend, not even with the Coufal Bodyguard...
I don't need to take the train often, so it's not a big deal. But if I have, I need to buy special clothes I guess.