Do “EMF-harmonizing” pyramids, chips, pendants or gizmos really work? In this episode, Nick explains why he still has not endorsed a single company who manufactures these “harmonizing” products, and explores the science behind the claims that are made.
Discussed during this episode:
- What are EMF-harmonizing devices?
- Why are claims of “100% protection” against EMFs overblown?
- What should you do instead of purchasing a bunch of random devices?
- Do these EMF-harmonizing devices reduce symptoms of electro hypersensitivity?
- NEW! Watch the YouTube version of this interview here!
- The Electro-Pollution Fix EMF Protection Course
- My book: The Non-Tinfoil Guide to EMFs
- Smarter Tech 026 // Dr. Ibrahim Karim – BioGeometry: Science-Based EMF Harmonization?
- Cancer epidemiology update, following the 2011 IARC evaluation of radiofrequency electromagnetic fields (Monograph 102)
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Greetings: I am a former electrical engineer. I like your cautious/technical approach that compels you to not endorse these devices, particularly in the absence of established safe levels of the EMFs. I also like your recommendation of “Body Electric” by Mr. Becker, MD, which I am reading currently.
Hey! Glad you like it.
Better be safe than sorry. If these devices can provide some relief from inevitable exposure that’s good, but everyone should aim to minimize exposure and follow the ALARA principle – just like with nuclear radiation.
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There is no scientific proof that I know of that these gadgets are effective from a scientific viewpoint having a background in electronics, including radio frequencies (RF) and training specifically as a EMF Consultant.
Thank you for explaining EMF and these devices. You cleared up several questions I have had. I am particularly glad that you are open for discussion about these topics rather than feeling hard and dogmatic about the topic. This will help people in all views on such topics to be discussed so we all move farther along our learning journey
I’m glad you liked it Kim. I try to stay very far from dogmatic positions on everything.
Clearly some people get benefits from certain devices, and there are even decent small scale studies that are placebo controlled.
The debate over “protection” VS “reduction in symptoms” is important, unfortunately I have no idea when or how we will come to a final answer on this.
Are there devices you would recommend for inside our homes and on devices to protect our families? I’d appreciate it as there are many things that claim to help … I got your ebook which I will be reading but I’d like to purchase a few things to begin to protect my family sincerely Rhonda .. aka concerned mom 🤦♀️
Hey Rhonda, there are very few products that are actually endorsed by the scientific community. The vast majority of “EMF harmonizing” gizmos which claim to “create a protective bubble inside your home” are not.
I recommend a Christmas light timer to turn off your wifi at night, and there are a few products I also recommend on https://theemfguy.com/shop/
All of my recommendations are organized in a course which I developed in the last years: https://electropollutionfix.com/
A good way to get started is with these 2 episodes of my podcast. Reduce EMFs from your router: https://theemfguy.com/033/ + Reduce EMFs from your phone: https://theemfguy.com/062/