ZAPPED – New Book on Electromagnetic Hazards by NYT Best-Selling Author Ann Louise Gittleman

Ann Louise Gittleman, PhD, CNS, New York Times best selling author of 30 books on health and healing has just tackled one of the most important, but little understood, public health issues—electromagnetic fields. In “Zapped: Why Your Cell Phone Shouldn’t Be Your Alarm Clock and 1.268 Ways to Outsmart the Hazards of Electromagnetic Pollution”, to be released on October 5, 2010, Gittleman explains what is happening biologically when we are under the stress from ‘electropollution’ of all kinds.

Zapped provides a fundamental education on how radiation from cell phones, wi-fi, dirty electricity and electric and magnetic fields are affecting us and what we can do to ‘Zap-Proof’ our lives. Zapped also describes how to use super foods and seasonings intelligently to negate some of the biological harm from exposure to EMFs.

Gittleman, who is known as the First Lady of Nutrition, explains how electromagnetic field exposure reduces antioxidants in our body, creates free radical DNA damage in cells, removes calcium from the cell walls, and creates immune system suppression and inflammation. Zapped offers the consumer practical guidance on how to live to minimize the effects of electromagnetic fields to lessen or prevent biological harm.  It is an empowering guide that all health conscious consumers will want to read.

Zapped will be released Tuesday, October 5, 2010, the opening day of the CTIA wireless industry conference in San Francisco. This will be the last year the CTIA conference will be held in San Francisco, because the wireless industry is retaliating against the decision by San Francisco’s Board of Supervisors to require warning labels on cell phones, and education on radiation risks, at the point of sale.

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