Can Smart Meter EMFs Dirty Electricity Cause Type 3 Diabetes?

By Catherine J. Frompovich

Diabetes, according to former FDA toxicologist Dr Dana Flavin, MD, PhD, has increased 700 percent over the years!  As of 2014, the CDC stated that 9.3 percent of the U.S. population had diabetes: 21 million diagnosed and 8.1 million undiagnosed. [1]

Diabetes usually is diagnosed as Type 1 or Type 2 but, according to Dr Magda Havas, PhD, there is a third type of diabetes that needs to become mainstreamed information.  It results from exposure to electromagnetic frequencies.  Dr Havas ought to know what she’s talking about since she works at the Centre for Health Studies and Environmental & Resource Studies, Trent University, Petersborough, ON, Canada.  [2]

In this 7 minute video Dr Havas explains the three types of diabetes:

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  • Type 1 “Childhood” diabetes usually is genetic and affects 5 to 10 percent of diabetics.
  • Type 2 “Adult onset” diabetes usually results from lifestyle issues and affects 90 to 95 percent of diabetics.
  • Type 3 “Environment” diabetes which is caused by dirty electricity emitted by microwave EMFs, including those from AMI Smart Meters retrofitted as replacements for EMF-free analog meters.

People who use electronic tread mills, which generate dirty electricity, have blood sugar levels impacted by those EMFs proven by testing. If you use a tread mill, maybe you ought to check out what’s coming off of it in the way of EMFs by using an electrosmog-type hand-held meter [4].  Furthermore, Dr Havas suggests that the tread mill could become an accepted medical test for diagnosing Type 3 diabetes.

In 2008, Dr Havas published the paper “Dirty electricity elevates blood sugar among electrically sensitive diabetics and may explain brittle diabetes” [3].  In the Abstract of that paper we find:

Transient electromagnetic fields (dirty electricity), in the kilohertz range on electrical wiring, may be contributing to elevated blood sugar levels among diabetics and pre-diabetics. [….]  Based on estimates of people who suffer from symptoms of electrical hypersensitivity (3-35%), as many as 5-60 million diabetics worldwide may be affected.  [….] Reducing exposure to electromagnetic pollution by avoidance or with specially designed GS filters may enable some diabetics to better regulate their blood sugar with less medication and borderline or pre-diabetics to remain non diabetic longer. [CJF emphasis added]

What’s “brittle diabetes,” you may be wondering.

Brittle diabetes is a sub-type of type 1 diabetes. Brittle diabetes mellitus (or labile diabetes) is a term used to describe particularly hard to control type 1 diabetes. Those people who have brittle diabetes will experience frequent, extreme swings in blood glucose levels, causing hyperglycemia or hypoglycemia. [5]

The above is very important information for any diabetic or pre-diabetic to know since they can be affected by electromagnetics and not realize why they can’t balance their blood sugar.  Reducing RF/EMF exposure could change the amount of insulin taken too.

Another way to see how  human blood responds to being exposed to electromagnetic frequencies, e.g., computers, other EMF-emitting devices—cell phones, iPhones, laptops, Wi-Fi, smart TVs, plus inside-the-home-wall-electric-wiring carrying dirty electricity from AMI Smart Meters, freshly drawn EMF-impacted blood can be examined under a microscope to see blood cell morphology.

If rouleaux – the clumping, stacking or aggregation of blood cells – occurs, that’s an indication of electromagnetic stress which can impact blood sugar levels.  Rouleaux can restrict blood flow in the entire body causing a loss of oxygen to cells.  Certain antibiotics also can cause clumping as an allergic reaction.  To understand what goes on with rouleaux and electrosmog exposure, here’s a short video “Live Blood Analysis and Electrosmog” Dr Havas produced in August 2009.

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Additionally, I’d like to suggest that rouleaux formation on live blood analysis also may be an effective medical test to confirm EHS—electromagnetic hypersensitivity, something more and more people are finding affects them.

Since we live in a microwave-induced electromagnetic soup we can’t escape from cell and mast towers, horrific Wi-Fi—especially in schools where kids are exposed for hours, monitoring devices, cell phones, all sorts of ‘smart’ devices and appliances that emit RFs/EMFs, and especially utility companies’ AMI Smart Meters, which transmit dirty electricity 24/7/365, we really need to assess the biological fact that we are living in what amounts to an ‘operating microwave oven-like atmosphere’!

There are tremendously negative health consequences to our ‘love affair’ with smart technology we really haven’t realized yet.  When we do, we will realize too late how dumb we were to buy into all these tracking and surveillance devices—as that’s what the ‘smart’ is all about so big brother knows what we do—but it may be too late.  Our brains will have been fried!  I hope I’m wrong.

Here’s another thought in closing:  What impact do all these EMFs have on human emotions and our brain activity?  Can they be ‘programming’ some of the irrational behavior we experience as a society?  Just a thought.


[1]—(*alternate link*)
[3] Dirty electricity elevates blood sugar among electrically sensitive diabetics and may explain brittle diabetes.   Electromagn Biol Med.2008;27(2):135-46.
[4]    Measures RF/LF frequencies coming off Smart Meters, cell towers and phones, and all electronics

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