Protecting Yourself from Electromagnetic Radiation and Other Unhealthy Energies Using the Geoclense
When we do our day-to-day activities, we exposed to harmful electromagnetic radiation fields. The various kinds of electromagnetic radiation fields can be present anywhere. Whether we are at home doing house chores or at the workplace.
Continuous exposure to these noxious EMR energies can cause several health consequences. These can vary from minor to severe health issues. They can damage body's cells and affect the nervous system.
What's more, EMR exposure has also been associated with many health issues. It can be the increased risk of cancer, and childhood leukemia. Moreover, unusual cell growths, cellular stress, neurological disorders, and much more. Fortunately, the Geoclense is here. It offers an effective way to protect yourself from unhealthy energies, and EMR.
Manufactured by Orgone Effects Australia, Geoclense Geopathic Stress and EMR Harmonizer can be used multi-purposely.
It can neutralize the effects of harmful electromagnetic radiation, Geopathic stress, bioplasmic radiation. It also protect from the EMR generated from television, Wi-Fi, and radio frequencies. Not to forget from the power lines, solar flares, the ground, mobile phone towers, and home's smart meter.
Here are some ways that Geoclense helps protect you from all forms of EMR and unhealthy energies:
Generate Healthy Negative Charge Resonance Field
The first benefit of using Geoclense is to protect people from unseen bad energies. It generate the negative charge resonance field to dominate electrical systems and appliances. The usuage of electrical appliance, or Wi-Fi, produces unhealthy EMR's positive charge resonance. Geoclense emit negative charge frequency to neutralize the electromagnetic stress on the body.
Neutralize Earth Radiation
Geoclense also helps to neutralize the radiation produced in the earth. The Geoclense EMR Harmonizer counterparts radioactive minerals in the soil through earth radiation.
It ensures all the cultivated items do not possess imprints of radioactive minerals. The cultivated items can be the fruit, vegetables, and other food items. Thus, making your food, fruit, and vegetables safer for consumption.
Neutralize Resonant Stress
Also, electromagnetic radiation fields often create resonant stress on the human body. Such resonant stress affects our body in numerous ways. The main targets are hormones, immune system, organs, nervous system, and emotional states.
It also cause frequent headaches, concentration troubles, fatigue, depression, and discomfort feelings. Thankfully, Geoclense EMR Harmonizer neutralize toxic energy emissions and resonant stress affecting well-beings.
Prevent Geopathic Stress
The next benefits of incorporating Geoclense is to get relief from geopathic stress. The Geoclense features an earth pin. This pin directly transfers negative charge into the ground or building's boundaries. The negative charge offsets all harmful EMR, to release Geopathic stress in the body. By installing the Geoclense, you can protect yourself against experiencing Geopathic stress.
Offer Extensive Range of Coverage
Moreover, the Geoclense is not limited to the size of property to which it can cover. The device covers an extensive range. It is highly effective throughout the entire house. The range also covers all the boundaries of your property. Even if it is a multi-level building, Geoclense can serve the whole building.
Protect Against All Kinds of Electromagnetic Radiation
Several forms of harmful electromagnetic fields may exist within a given space. The Geoclense now offers more than just harmoniser functionalities against powerful 5G radiation. Whether they are emitted from the electrical, and Wi-Fi radiation.
The device features innovative built-in programs to deal with negative energy imprints . Thus, Geoclense EMR Harmonizer neutralize up to 30 different forms of noxious radiation. No matter, EMR, Earth Radiation, Environmental Radiation, Bioplasmic Radiation, and Solar & Planetary Radiation.
Geoclense EMR Harmonizer has been tested. It is clinically proven by accredited health professionals to be highly effective. It can neutralize several forms of EMR, arth Radiation. And also from Environmental Radiation, Bioplasmic Radiation, and Resonant Stress. With the Geoclense, you can prevent Geopathic stress. Not to forget, it also protect against the harmful effects of EMR exposure.
Keep your home and workplace safe today by getting a Geoclense!
How Iodine Deficiency might be one of the real reasons for Depression
Since the early 1980s, we have all developed an Iodine Deficiency - Why?
In modern western society, we have a serious issue that has become prevalent since the early 1980s, and that is a deficiency of iodine. Before the early eighties, iodine was prevalent in our diet as it was used in bread dough as a conditioning agent, and in the dairy industry to kill the bacteria in milk. Our thyroids were safe with the abundance of iodine and we were in generally good health. Iodine is a very necessary element needed by most organs in our body.
So what was iodine replaced with? For some unknown reason, iodine was replaced with Bromine. One dairy farmer remembers being told to no longer use Iodine, but to use bromine in their milk or they would be de-registered and would have to shut down. They described smelling the solution that it smelled toxic, and decided to use it in the commercial milk they sold to save their business, but to have a separate milk supply for their own family to protect their daughters from dangerous chemicals.
Bromine is an antibacterial similar to chlorine. It is a fumigant for agriculture and termites and it’s a virulent pesticide that will kill insects – you probably consumed some this morning in your breakfast and might consume some in your lunch. It is literally everywhere.
So what happens in the long term when you consume too much bromine? In the 1920s, there was a hangover cure called bromo-seltzer that was popular with the public. Over many years, it was revealed that many of the people that took this remedy in large doses would develop and syndrome called Bromo-Mania, and they would end up in psychiatric hospitals with an acute paranoid psychoses condition. So by consuming too much bromine, there are people in society that are becoming paranoid and breaking out in a psychosis condition. This has led to extreme mass murders like you hear on TV these days with teenagers taking guns to school or university and killing other students. All of these have happened since the early 1980s, and are very infrequent prior to iodine being removed and replaced by bromine.
How much iodine do we need in our diet?
The exact range needed to meet the demands of the body based on a recently developed loading test is 12.5 to 37.5mg daily.
If you ask your doctor, they will generally say that you have enough Iodine if you eat fish and if you consume iodised salt. The fact is however you would need to consume about 9Kg of fish a day to get the iodine your body needs, and there are many scientific reports that prove he iodine in iodised salt is insufficient to meet the needs of your body.
What happens when iodine is insufficient?
One common symptom that you are deficient in iodine is the ability to sweat. People deficient in iodine will not sweat, but simply remain dry even when moving around in hot humid weather. This means they are unable to sweat out the toxins they carry with them. The remedy discussed in the next section taken for only a few days allows the body to sweat again.
What can I do to consume the right amount of Iodine and what will it do?
There is a 150 year old remedy called Lugol's solution, that consists of two parts potassium iodide for every one part elemental iodine in water. Lugol's solution used to be in every pharmacy and was easy to procure. Now days there are only a few pharmacies stocking the solution and it is regarded as being very hard to buy. I did some research and found several places on eBay where it can be procured.
So what to do with this solution to fix the deficiency issue most of us have? One drop of Lugol's solution contains 6.4mg of elemental iodine. To meet the requirement of 12.5 to 37.5mg daily, we need to have 2 to 6 drops in a glass of water on a daily basis. So 2 drops is a very conservative safe maintenance dose, but sometimes we nee it in much higher doses to overcome the damage in our body from years of deprivation. Iodine is the safest of all the trace elements, and can be administered in doses up to 100K times the RDA, although this is not advised unless under the supervision of a health professional. Taking excessive amounts outside of the RDA could result in the so-called "Wolff-Chaikoff Effect", a phenomena quoted by doctors recommending you not to take Iodine as a supplement. However this condition has never been independently verified in rats or humans, and it is sadi to have been influenced by big pharma, a trillion dollar industry that would love to see us all remaining sick as life long customers consuming their drugs.
- By taking iodine, you will notice depression and some migraines disappears. Since iodine was removed from our diets in the early 80s, cancer rates have trebled with breast cancer being an example.
- Lugols solution will fix many menstrual issues.
- Severe brain fog will disappear within just a few days.
- Abnormal heart beat will correct themselves.
- Thyroid and adrenal problems will improve.
- Some diabetics can cut down or in some cases even stop their insulin (under the guidance of their professional health practitioner of course).
- Applying it topically to cysts can cause them to shrink away
- Topical application to insect bites can prevent complications from occurring. Skin tags can disappear in just a few days as well.
- There is a general overall feeling of well being within just days of taking Lugol’s solution.
So where does Prozac and depression come into the story?
E. Hollingsworth describes her observations in her book “Take Control of Your Health and Escape the Sickness Industry”, saying the most startling improvements I have observed were with victims of devastating depression. She describes seeing people turn their lives around after many years of staring into space which is how many of them described their afflictions. Many were sent off to psychiatrists who rubbished them for refusing Prozac, when all they needed is iodine.
Iodine supplementation using a product such as Lugol’s solution brings about almost immediate lifting of spirits in mildly depressed people.
Note: While we are describing Lugol’s and its observed effect on those with depression, we do not recommend you coming off your medication without the guidance of your professional health practitioner.
Too Fat for Exercise?
Whether we like it or not, and most of us don’t, we cannot survive without body fat. It is our fuel reserve and a source of energy. It keeps us warm and helps protect our bones and organs from injury. But of course some of us are better cushioned than others.
Men, dietitians say, should have 12-24 per cent of their body tissue made of fat, whilst women should expect 15-30 per cent. There’s nothing much wrong with a little comfortable weight but you certainly can be made to feel like a pygmy hippo when it comes to looking for a pair of jeans or anything else you want wear.
Sometimes, it seems if you’re not built like a pipe cleaner with the girth of a herring, you are considered out of shape, out of date and out of the question. Let's look at a few relevant facts about fat, how it gets there, what it does, and maybe how to shift some of it.
Brown Fat and Yellow Fat
Our bulk contains two distinctly different types of body fat: brown, which is very active metabolically; and yellow, which stacks itself on in all the obvious places. The difference is that brown fat is ‘closest to the bone’, actually bound to the backbone, mainly concentrated in the neck and back to produce body heat.
It is called brown because of the high concentration of tiny chemical powerhouses called mitochondria and cytochromes, which are the scientific names for the parts of our cells that generate energy. They blaze away like tiny furnaces intent on rendering down and disposing of all those extra calories we seem to take in no matter how hard we try not to.
Yellow fat has none of these kilojoule-burning properties and really doesn’t do much except make us look and feel uncomfortable, getting in the way of effective exercise and increasing our chances of obesity, heart disease and other potential problems related to excessive weight.
As we grow older, our brown fat deposits seem to become less active along with the rest of us. Less active means less thermogenically responsive — it doesn’t burn kilojoules the way it used to. Instead of being burned off, those unwanted kilojoules are stored as excess fat. So, if you are a highly active, regular, dedicated exerciser you can even overeat and still stay slimmer than a non-exerciser who seems to gain a kilo by just watching a food commercial.
Muscle or Body Fat?
One of the mysteries of metabolism, and the despair of many dieters, is the fact that some people store fat although they go on continuous diets while others remain slim no matter how much they eat.
One of the main reasons that must be considered is individual basal metabolism. This is the energy consumption needed simply to keep the body going; the rate at which energy-burning in the body is maintained, and it differs from individual to individual.
We all carry genetic weaknesses — biochemical Achilles heels — and we all have predispositions toward certain variations in metabolism, some of which can result in weight difficulties. Research has shown that obesity has a lot to do with genetic predisposition, expressed in improper functioning of the thyroid and or adrenal glands, brown fat metabolism problems and eating behavior.
Given the various health problems associated with excessive weight, not to mention the social pressures of not being ‘trim, taut and terrific’, we have to find ways of improving the management of our weight. Of course, two people of the same weight can be completely different in their ratios of fat to muscle. One can be heavily muscled and the other one can just be fat. They weigh the same but lead completely different lives and have completely different health prospects.
Activate Brown Fat and Improve Lean Body Mass
Lean body mass is the percentage of your total weight that is made up of muscle and bone as opposed to that made up of fat. This is increased by improving the efficiency of your metabolism so that fat is lost whilst muscle is retained. Your body works best at maintaining health and fitness when your food is efficiently converted to energy through enough oxygen being delivered to every cell — another reason for breathing exercises.
Appropriate aerobic exercises help promote brown fat activity and encourage appetite regulation. An aerobic exercise is one in which you work hard to move oxygen through your cardiovascular system. It might be jogging, brisk walking, swimming, skipping, cycling. But not everyone should jog. People who have very significant body mass above the ideal for their height may actually do their joints harm.
Each time your heel comes down when you’re running, you apply extreme force to your joints, depending on how heavy you are, what shoes you are wearing and the surface you are running on. Swimming is an excellent alternative to increase your aerobic fitness as it works all muscles of the body in a reasonably trauma-free environment, for the water supports your weight.
Are You Working Aerobically?
Monitor your heart rate during your exercise. Take a ten-second count and multiply it by six. You are working aerobically if your pulse rate is above twenty four beats in ten seconds. You have to keep up that rate for fifteen minutes. Initially you should start with eight minutes and work your way up. By tuning yourself up in this way you are activating your brown fat to work for you twenty-four hours a day. You are also increasing the number of mitochondria two- or three-fold. This has the effect of increasing the number of ‘furnaces’ that can burn fat for you and do the work of maintaining your correct body weight — providing you keep it up.
Exercise Alone Is Not Enough
- The average Western diet is high in fat and protein and can in fact ‘poison' the brown fat and prevent it from being as responsive as it should be. A higher complex carbohydrate, moderate protein, low-fat diet seems to encourage brown fat activity.
- Light vegetable oils are better than animal fats for activating brown fat: sunflower, soya, sesame or safflower oil — but intake should not represent more than 20-25 per cent of your daily kilojoules.
- Natural sugars (fruit sugar, fructose) appear to be better than refined sugars.
- An interesting ingredient that seems to activate brown fat and improve the heat- producing effect is caffeine. The amount required however is approximately two cups of mildly brewed coffee per day. Higher levels of caffeine have no additional therapeutic effect on brown-fat metabolism. It is important to note that caffeine is not prescribed as an aid to brown fat activity, but two cups day, especially if you enjoy it, cannot do any harm.
- Certain amino acids may be helpful in increasing activity of brown fat. The main one is tyrosine, it is important to the activity of the adrenal, pituitary a thyroid glands and is also beneficial in improving memory and overcoming anxiety or depression (doses of up to one gram daily).
- Dr David Horrobin of Montreal has found that the Gamma Linolenic Acid (GLA) in evening primrose has a stimulating effect on brown fat tissue. The GLA forms substances that can accelerate the activity of the mitochondria in brown fat and so quickly burn up excess kilojoules.
Muscles and kilojoules. The more muscular your body, the more kilojoules you burn while resting. The issue isn’t kilojoule expenditure during a workout but your overall metabolic rate. People with well-developed muscles have a higher metabolism even when they’re sleeping. That is why men, who naturally have more muscle mass and less body fat than women, can eat more without gaining weight and can shed kilograms more rapidly when they cut their intake. A large percent of our body weight is water: 55-65 per cent in females, 65-75 per cent in males. Women’s bodies contain a larger proportion of fat, which holds less water than lean tissue.
If I stop exercising will my muscles turn to fat? Neither muscle nor fat can turn into the other. Fat stores fuel whilst muscle uses it. The unique property of a fat cell is its ability to store and hold fat until it is needed as fuel for energy. Research shows that sprinting uses 80 per cent glycogen and 20 per cent fat whereas endurance activities, like fast walking, burn up 80 per cent fat and 20 per cent glycogen. So if you wish to burn kilojoules it is advisable to take up longer endurance activities regularly, rather than shorter vigorous bouts occasionally.
- Restrict your salt intake as it causes your body to retain fluids.
- Don’t weigh yourself more than once a week when you start your exercise program — why not?
Because, when you’re exercising, you’re replacing those lighter-than-water fat cells with heavier-than-water muscle cells. Weight is only one of the indications of fitness and health. What really matters is how you feel, how much better you look and perform.
Don’t get hung up on the scales, because you may even gain a kilogram or two, but you will be centimetres smaller and firmer, and that’s what counts.
So it is important to remember that your aim is to decrease fat while maintaining muscle and therefore the real result is not necessarily the number of kilograms but your increased level of fitness.
Live Longer through Intermittent Fasting
Research in recent years suggests there might be a simple way to stay alive and kicking for decades longer than your sell-by date - through fasting.
Fasting is a millennia old practice, used as an act of spiritual devotion or penitence. But now health gurus are jumping on the fasting bandwagon as a way of boosting the immune system, cleansing the body of toxins and improving general well-being.
And this isn’t just wishful thinking. The science behind fasting has shown that limiting calorie intake can put the body into a state called ketosis, which promotes a process called autophagy, meaning the body metabolises (i.e. self-consumes) dead cells and other toxins lingering in the blood and soft tissues.
The most prolifically followed form of this calorie restricted regime is known as Intermittent Fasting. This involves abstaining from eating and drinking anything other than water for a strictly adhered to window each day, which is generally around 16 to 18 hours long. For example, if you eat your last meal of the day at 8pm, the next time you're allowed to eat is the following day at 2pm.
So, is the wane worth the gain? There’s only one way to find out ...