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09 May 2018

Diabetes and Wireless

Diabetes and Wireless

Diabetes is being understood as an immune based illness. Since WiFi effects the immune system, recent research showing a link between diabetes and wireless radiation makes sense.  From 1995 to 2010, there was at least a 100% increase in the prevalence of diagnosed diabetes cases in 18 states.

We parents have heard many stories of diabetic friends who decreased the wireless in their homes resulting in steadier blood sugar readings. Recent research shows wifi damages the liver. We strongly support more research on this issue.

​Read the research below.

The authors of this Study (picture at right) said, “Indeed, RF radiation induced glucose metabolism disorders. … The disorders in glucose metabolic could be explained by alteration in function, structure, and/or secretion of insulin after RF exposure. … Furthermore, RF radiation could affect the glucose uptake by peripheral tissues.”

Dr. Havas describes the link between blood sugar and emf's in this video. [See original article.]

Salah, Abdelmelek, Abderraba, Effects of olive leave extract on metabolic disorders and oxidative stress induced by 2.45 GHz WIFI signals, Environmental Toxicology and Pharmacology, Volume 36, Issue 3, November 2013, Pages 826–834

  • Rats were exposed for one hour a day for 21 days (subchronic exposure)
  • A principal finding of the study was that “RF exposure induced a diabetes-like status through alteration of oxidative response
  • WIFI=liver cells that were hypertrophied with clear "cytoplasm” and that “have a vegetal cell shape, the enclaves were optically empty represent[ing] the steatosis fatty cells] which defined hepatic lesions.”

Holovská K, Almášiová V, Cigánková V, Beňová K, Račeková E, Martončíková M. Structural and Ultrastructural Study of Rat Liver Influenced by Electromagnetic Radiation.Journal Toxicology Environmental Health A. 2015;78(6):353-356.

  • Mobile communication systems are undoubtedly an environmental source of electromagnetic radiation (EMR). There is an increasing concern regarding the interactions of EMR with the humans.
  • The aim of this study was to examine the effects of EMR on Wistar rat liver. Mature rats were exposed to electromagnetic field of frequency 2.45 GHz and mean power density of 2.8 mW/cm2 for 3 h/d for 3 wk. Samples of the liver were obtained 3 h after the last irradiation and processed histologically for light and transmission electron microscopy.
  • Data demonstrated the presence of moderate hyperemia, dilatation of liver sinusoids, and small inflammatory foci in the center of liver lobules. Structure of hepatocytes was not altered and all described changes were classified as moderate. Electron microscopy of hepatocytes revealed vesicles of different sizes and shapes, lipid droplets, and proliferation of smooth endoplasmic reticulum. Occasionally necrotizing hepatocytes were observed.
  • Our observations demonstrate that EMR exposure produced adverse effects on rat liver.

Djordjevic B, Sokolovic D, Kocic G, Veljkovic A, Despotovic M, Basic J, Jevtovic-Stoimenov T, Sokolovic DM. The effect of melatonin on the liver of rats exposed to microwave radiation. Bratisl Lek Listy. 2015;116(2):96-100.

  • Oxidative stress is the key mechanism of the microwave induced tissue injury.
  • RESULTS: Exposure to microwaves caused an increase in malondialdehyde after 40 days (p < 0.01), protein carbonyl content after 20 days (p < 0.05), catalase (p < 0.05) and xantine oxidase activity (p < 0.05) after 40 days. Increase in deoxyribonuclease I activity was observed after 60 days (p < 0.05), while deoxyribonuclease II activity was unaffected. Melatonin treatment led to malondialdehyde decrease after 40 days (p< 0.05), but surprisingly had no effect on other analyzed parameters.
  • CONCLUSION: Melatonin exerts certain antioxidant effects in the liver of rats exposed to microwaves, by diminishing the intensity of lipid peroxidation.


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