What are electromagnetic fields?

What are electromagnetic fields

  • Electric and magnetic fields describe the spatial distribution of a force that can act upon electric charges and currents.
  • Electromagnetic fields can be generated artificially, but also occur naturally in the environment. They belong to “non-ionizing radiation“.
  • With static and low-frequency fields the electric and the magnetic components are considered separately. In the case of high-frequency fields, the two components are closely interrelated and are referred to as electromagnetic fields.
  • Low-frequency electric and magnetic fields can produce electric fields and currents in the human body. High-frequency electromagnetic fields can heat up biological tissue.
  • It is the task of radiation protection to ensure that the strengths of the fields are so low that no health damage occurs… READ MORE

Electric & Magnetic Fields

Electric and magnetic fields (EMFs) are invisible areas of energy, often referred to as Radiation, that are associated with the use of electrical power and various forms of natural and man-made lighting. EMFs are typically grouped into one of two categories by their frequency:

    • Non-ionizing: low-level radiation that is generally perceived as harmless to humans
    • Ionizing: high-level radiation that has the potential for cellular and DNA damage… READ MORE

Electromagnetic Fields and Cancer

Electromagnetic Spectrum

Electric fields are produced whether or not a device is turned on, whereas magnetic fields are produced only when current is flowing, which usually requires a device to be turned on. Power lines produce magnetic fields continuously because current is always flowing through them. Electric fields are easily shielded or weakened by walls and other objects, whereas magnetic fields can pass through buildings, living things, and most other materials.

Electric and magnetic fields together are referred to as electromagnetic fields or EMFs. The electric and magnetic forces in EMFs are caused by electromagnetic radiation. There are two main categories of EMFs… READ MORE

Isagenix Protein Cookies

Isagenix Protein Cookies

Make your own yummy protein cookies with Isagenix Protein Powder or your own favorite choice of protein powder. This recipe is made with some healthy ingredients like LSA, maca powder, honey, and cacao. Yumm!!

Here’s what you’ll need:

Mixing Bowl
Wooden Spoon
Baking Tray*
Sheet of Baking Paper
Cookie Cutter (optional but makes the nicest cookies)

*The baking tray can be a standard solid baking tray like this “Rectangular heavy duty non-stick sheet oven tray” or if you like making cookies, this “Perforated Rectangular heavy duty non-stick sheet baking tray“.

    1. 1x sachet of Isalean Pro (69 grams approx 17 teaspoons)\
    2. 1x large egg
    3. 2x tablespoon of LSA
    4. 2x tablespoon of Chia seeds
    5. 2x tablespoons of maca powder
    6. 2x tablespoon of raw cocoa
    7. 2x tablespoons of organic honey*
    8. Splash of water (approx 3 tablespoons) to make the dough pliable… READ MORE

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