Small Setbacks Big Victories

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Ever since coming to understand the role heavy metal poisoning played in EMF Sensitivity, I’ve been focused on nutrition as a means to reduce and eliminate the symptoms.

 

Heavy metal poisoning causes EMF Sensitivity and nutritional balancing cures it.

The initial detox was intense but successful.  Learning to eat after is where the challenge comes in.

Supplements can cause sensitivity and intolerance to foods high in the nutrients that were in the supplement.

As I wrote in Calcium: The Old Man Mineral and its Role in EMF Sensitivity, excess calcium plays a significant role in EMF Sensitivity.

Though copper and mercury, along with a host of other metal minerals do as well.

Setback One:  I discovered that eating foods high in calcium causes numerous health issues, though my EMF Sensitivity has never returned.  In fact, I’ve come to see that there are further improvements thanks to my work reducing the excess calcium.

I was so focused on specific technologies such as Wifi, Bluetooth, modems, I forgot there were other sensitivities.

I am no longer sensitive to motors.

Refrigerators and ceiling fans were a big problem for me, as were AC units.

I am no longer sensitive to RADAR.

Many commercial alarm systems utilize RADAR frequencies, making them problematic for EMF Sensitives.

These sensitivities were apparently tied to the excess calcium because once I was rid of it, the sensitivity to that technology disappeared.

Makes going to grocery stores a hell of a lot easier.

Setback Two:  I verified that supplements with copper and/or calcium cause terrible health symptoms.

Some EMF symptoms from copper.  A vibrating sensation at the site of a stress fracture from calcium.

It took me almost three weeks to get back to normal after just one dose of an organic vitamin supplement.  What did I learn from that little bit of fun?  It really is better to get nutrients from food!

With a significant caveat!

Foods high in calcium cause certain symptoms – at least at this point.

Though not a return of EMF Sensitivity – I’ve apparently gotten past that.

Foods that affect calcium absorption can also be problematic.

I’ve only been working on excess calcium for the past year, and I’m taking a much more conservative approach than I did for the full heavy metal poisoning.  Still, progress has been steady.

Cheers!  From the beginning, alcohol has been a God send.

I write about red wine and margaritas as remedies in Riding the Waves: Diagnosing, Treating, and Living with EMF Sensitivity.

Not only is it anti-inflammatory, which has helped me better digest food and feel less stress overall, some alcohols actually do wonders to get rid of the excess calcium in the body!

  • Tequila
  • Champagne

I’ve written more extensively about the role of alcohol in reducing excess calcium in my calcium book.

I have tested beer, red and white wine, champagne, and margaritas. I’ve got it down to a science and know how each one affects the balance.

It’s tedious having to keep such a vigilant eye on what I eat and drink, but it’s a small price to pay for being free of EMF Sensitivity and Rheumatic Arthritis.

Same root cause.

I continue to learn for the simple reason that I’m hyper tuned to how my environment affects my health. As a result, I’m able to pick up subtleties most people would miss.  I’ll continue to share what I’ve learned but one truth remains:

Get rid of the heavy metals and you will go far to restoring your health.

I’m going to take this opportunity to point out something that should be obvious but apparently isn’t.  If you go to a spa or center to do a detox and then return to the environment that got you sick to begin with?  You won’t get better.

 

 

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