Zapped: Why Your Cell Phone Shouldnt Be Your Alarm Clock
Ann Louise Gittleman
How many electronic innovations have you dialed, watched, surfed, charged, listened to, booted up, commuted on, cooked with and plugged in today? We’re being zapped: Today 84 percent of Americans own a cell phone, 89 million of us watch TV beamed in by satellite and we can’t sip a cup of coffee at our local café without being exposed to Wi-Fi. The very electronic innovations that have changed our lives are also exposing us, in ways big and small, to an unprecedented number of electromagnetic fields. Invisible pollution surrounds us 24 hours a day, seven days a week interrupting our bodies’ natural flow of energy. For some, that pollution has reached the point of toxicity, causing fatigue, irritability, weakness and even illness.
Zapped is a groundbreaking investigation by one of the top voices in health today. It is essential reading for everyone who is ready to take charge of their quality of life in our ever-changing world.
Hardcover, 262 pages.