Deborah Kopald, BA from Harvard, MBA from MIT, and an environmental consultant and author presents “Protecting Ourselves From EMFs,” a lecture plus questions and answer session, at the Khader Center, 4 Smith Avenue in Mt. Kisco, on Saturday, September 29 from noon to 3:30 pm. Pre-registration required by Wednesday, September 26th and the cost is $25 per person. After September 26th, the price will be $30.
Technologies like cell phones, televisions, microwaves, Wi-Fi, and smart meters can all make our daily lives more convenient. Unfortunately, they can also be very hazardous to our health. The electromagnetic frequencies that these devices emit have been linked to a range of conditions from mental health issues like anxiety and depression to physical conditions like cancer and infertility.
What all of these devices have in common is that they are sources of EMFs, or electromagnetic fields, which emanate from all of our electrical and wireless devices. Natural sources of EMFs, such as sunlight, are essential to staying healthy. However, non-native or artificial EMF exposures, such as those that come from our electronic devices, are harmful. They disrupt our biological systems by creating excessive free radicals, damage our mitochondria, and lead to chronic disease. EMFs can also accelerate the aging process by damaging cell membranes, proteins, and DNA. The devastating effects of EMFs are often found in our brains, hearts, nervous systems, eyes, and reproductive organs. Studies have also shown that these effects often appear in locations adjacent to where we keep our cell phones.
Please join us for a lecture on protecting oneself from the dangers of EMGs with Deborah Kopald, BA from Harvard, MBA from MIT, an environmental consultant and author of "Legal and Public Health Problems of the Wireless Age", and a Review Editor at Frontiers in Public Health. Ms. Kopald was also an organizer and moderator of the Conference on Corporate Interference with Science and Health, the proceedings of which are entered in Reviews on Environmental Health.
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About the Khader Center
The Khader Center is Westchester, NY’s premiere integrative nutrition and health facility. Founded in 2012 by nutrition consultant Dina Khader, it has quickly become recognized as a peerless center for top-quality holistic products and services. Dina Khader has been a practicing certified nutritionist for over 28 years.
The Khader’s Center’s practice focuses on nutrition and nutritional therapies such as weight loss, anti- aging therapies, science-based nutritional therapies for minimizing side effects of cancer treatments, holistic therapies and personalized nutrition.
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