Dr. Ann Louise Gittleman, also known as the “first lady of nutrition”, is a health pioneer, natural foods advocate, weight loss expert, and the award-winning author of over 30 books, including the New York Times bestseller The Fat Flush Plan and Guess What Came To Dinner? Parasites and Your Health, the first book to identify food-borne parasites as environmental hazards. In this interview, we talk about Dr. Ann Louise Gittleman’s book Zapped, which addresses the environmental hazard of electronic pollution (or electropollution) caused by technologies such as cell phones, Wi-Fi, and satellite television. These technologies constantly expose us to unprecedented – and sometimes toxic – levels of electromagnetic radiation.
For better or worse, electropollution is here to stay – but we can do a great deal to protect ourselves from it. Zapped outlines useful strategies for minimizing the impact of electromagnetic radiation on your health, covering everything from dietary suggestions to furniture placement. Join us as Dr. Ann Louise Gittleman explains how we can protect ourselves from electronic pollution – and don’t forget to tell your loved ones!