The EMF space is a fascinating landscape to be in given that it’s one constantly evolving every day – why? Because it’s not fully understood, explored, or researched to the extent we have everything else. Here lies an opportunity to try to make sense of it more through new studies being published and key professionals weighing in with their opinion. We’ve compiled a list of professionals we believe are molding the space and what they have to say about EMF radiation & its impact on the world moving forward:
Ben Greenfield is a well-known health and fitness expert, biohacker, and best-selling author. He is also a podcaster and runs a popular blog where he shares information about fitness, nutrition, and biohacking, called “Ben Greenfield Life”. He has also written 13 books including “Boundless”. Regarding EMF radiation, Ben Greenfield has expressed concerns about its potential health effects, particularly with regard to long-term exposure. He has written about the harmful effects of EMF radiation on the body, including the potential for DNA damage, oxidative stress, and disruption of cellular communication.
Tim Ferriss is an American author, entrepreneur, and public speaker. He is best known for his book “The 4-Hour Work Week” and for his podcast “The Tim Ferriss Show”, in which he interviews successful people from various fields and explores their routines, habits, and perspectives. He said he used to carry his mobile phone in his pocket a lot, and noticed that it had a negative impact on his sperm count. Each time he got tested, the count went down by a bit – so he decided to make some changes, like not storing his devices too close to reproductive areas and turning off his phone when it wasn’t being used. These lifestyle changes actually helped him increase his sperm count within 3 months! He elaborated on idea in this youtube video.
Olle Johansson is a Swedish scientist and professor at the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm, Sweden. He has conducted research in the field of neuroscience and has published numerous articles and studies on the health effects of electromagnetic fields (EMF) and radiofrequency radiation (RFR). He is one of the biggest researchers in the EMF industry and is considered one of the few experts on the topic in the world. Johansson has strongly expressed concern about the potential health risks of exposure to EMF and RFR, including from sources such as cell phones, Wi-Fi, and power lines. He has argued that these forms of radiation can have harmful effects on human health, including increased cancer risk, neurological disorders, and other health problems.
David Sinclair is a renowned scientist and professor of genetics at Harvard Medical School. He is known for his research on aging and longevity, particularly the role of sirtuins in regulating the aging process. He has commented on EMF radiation, elaborating on how it potentially breaks DNA. In his lab at Harvard Medical School, he and his team identified how low numbers of DNA don’t directly cause cancer, but accelerate aging. Considering we expose our children and ourselves to EMF on a regular basis, he suggests reconsidering how much radiation we put ourselves in danger with. Read his tweet here.
Daniel DeBaun is an entrepreneur, author, and expert in EMF radiation. He is the author of the book “Radiation Nation: The Fallout of Modern Technology,” which discusses the potential health effects of EMF radiation and provides strategies for reducing exposure. DeBaun is a strong advocate for raising awareness about the potential health risks of EMF radiation from electronic devices such as cell phones, laptops, and Wi-Fi routers. He believes that prolonged exposure to high levels of EMF radiation can lead to a range of health problems, including headaches, fatigue, and a weakened immune system. Additionally, he suggests that EMF radiation may increase the risk of more serious health issues such as cancer, Alzheimer’s disease, and fertility problems.
Devra Davis is an epidemiologist and environmental health advocate who has conducted extensive research on the health effects of EMF radiation. She is the founder and president of the Environmental Health Trust, a nonprofit organization that aims to educate people about environmental health hazards and promote policies that protect public health. Dr. Davis has been a vocal critic of the current standards for EMF radiation exposure, arguing that they are outdated and do not adequately protect public health. She has called for more research into the potential health effects of EMF radiation, particularly from wireless devices such as cell phones and Wi-Fi routers.
Dr. Davis has also expressed concern about the potential health effects of 5G technology, which uses higher frequencies and may result in greater exposure to EMF radiation. She has called for more comprehensive testing of 5G technology to ensure that it is safe for public use.
Overall, these people are shaping the EMF radiation space and driving awareness about the new insights we are now learning about bit by bit. As knowledgeable experts, they are important resources for thought leadership and movement – so look to them whenever you’re looking for more information!