If you are looking for a practical approach to EMF’s, I have just the book for you. The Non-Tinfoil Guide to EMF’s by Nicolas Pineault is a pragmatic, applicable approach to understanding and navigating electromagnetic fields. What I love about this book is that it is not overly complicated. The discussion around health effects and EMF’s is a relatively new one for many and I know that we are all short on time. So the idea of diving deep into a new topic and wrapping my head around it in the short amount of time that I had, seemed daunting, until I found this book. Pineault’s book is clear, easy to read, not written in overly scientific verbiage while being scientific enough to see why this is such an important topic.
According the author, “this all sounded like something only crazy people wearing tinfoil hats would say. But the overwhelming amount of independent scientific evidence linking electromagnetic fields from wireless technologies with increased risks of cancer, infertility, insomnia, and depression sure has the uncanny ability to change a man’s mind.”
In each chapter he sets up three basic topics. He addresses these three with evidence and solutions. His chapters have a wealth of information if you have the time, but they are also set up in a way that is easy to skim read if you only have time to grab the basic premises. He gives practical tips for addressing the concerns raised in this book. He makes his recommendations in steps, so if you want to do the basic amount on a limited budget, go for it, or if you want to go a little deeper and have a bit more time and money to invest, he has those suggestions too. He even gives product suggestions if you want to follow up with what he uses and he leaves us on an optimistic note. I was able to immediately begin implementing changes to improve our health and I feel that this has made a profound impact on how we feel and behave.
My favorite chapter was Chapter 7 What To Do, but if you need some convincing first, then you will love reading Chapters 1-6. I hope you find it as helpful and applicable as I did.