How to be healthy, with Dr Greg Fitzgerald

July 10, 2023

How to be healthy, with Dr Greg Fitzgerald

Would you like to feel great?

Would you like better quality of life?

That’s what good health is all about, says Greg Fitzgerald, a chiropractor, osteopath, naturopath and Dr of Allied Health.

In an interview with Lyn McLean, Greg explains how oxidative stress occurs when the body’s capacity for creating damaging free radicals is greater than its capacity for repair. Oxidative stress underlies a wide range of health conditions – including diabetes, neurodegenerative diseases, heart disease, cancer – and the deterioration of the body associated with aging.

Greg shares important insights about health and what we can do to help counteract oxidative stress in our bodies.

EMF and oxidative stress

Electromagnetic pollution is one cause of oxidative stress in the body.

A review by the Swiss expert group on electromagnetic fields (BERENSIS) found increased risks of oxidative stress from exposure to electromagnetic pollution.

After reviewing approximately 150 animal and cell studies conducted between 2010 and 2020, they concluded, ‘...the majority of the animal and more than half of the cell studies provided evidence of increased oxidative stress caused by RF-EMF [radiofrequency/wireless electromagnetic fields] or ELF-MF [power-frequency fields]’

Veteran EMF researcher Dr Henry Lai says this about the link between electromagnetic pollution and oxidative stress: ‘There are hundreds of papers published on the topic and it is probably the most consistent effect of non-ionizing electromagnetic fields.

Some studies show that animals who were given antioxidants before exposure had less oxidative damage than those who weren’t.

Anti-oxidative living

But antioxidants themselves are just a tiny piece of a much larger lifestyle puzzle, says Greg. He explains that electromagnetic pollution is just one of many different causes of oxidative stress to which our bodies are exposed.

To be really healthy, he says, we need to address them all.

Greg shares his knowledge and tips for how we can do that in a not-to-be-missed interview with Lyn here.

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