By B.N. Frank
What’s disturbingly funny is how it’s been described by website, “How to Spend It, Financial Times”:
An app-linked skipping rope to make the heart leap. Tangram’s Smart Rope flashes your jump count in the air as if by magic.
Research has proven exposure to wireless radiation can make the heart leap but not in a good way.
It can also be linked to an app that gives a full performance readout. One, two, three…
Blue light from smart phones is harmful, too. And according to current outdated federal regulations, you’re not supposed to keep wireless radiation emitting devices close to your body anyway. Exposure to all sources of wireless radiation may cause blood sugar fluctuations which are not desirable to anyone striving to be healthy, slim, and fit either.
Even The Wireless Industry has never said that any of this stuff is safe. Regulations, testing, and guidelines are 20+ years old and don’t apply to the way technology is designed and used today.
Even though digital, electronic, and wireless products are depicted and marketed like they operates via harmless magic, that’s unfortunately not the case. Companies are actually warning shareholders that they may be eventually held liable for harm they are causing. Insurance companies are not interested in covering harm caused by wireless exposure.
Of course, Smart Rope isn’t the only digital, electronic, or wireless fitness device being promoted as good for health. Activist Post and others have already reported about this:
- Like Fitbits, Data-Collecting Baby Monitors Not Accurate And Also Emit Harmful Wi-Fi Radiation, EMF, etc.
- Despite Various Unpleasant Symptoms Reported, Class Action Lawsuits Due to Inaccurate Heart Monitor Readings and Rashes, Fitbits Still Lauded as Beneficial
- Shocking Fitbit Complaints: People Are Literally Being Shocked While Wearing Them. Perhaps the WiFi in Fitbits is Being Affected by Other Sources of WiFi and Electrosmog
- Fitbit Recalls Due to Rashes and Other Health Complaints. Video Shows How Much WiFi Radiation Is Emitted by One
- Despite Recalls and Reported Side Effects in Adults, Fitbit Launches Wearables for Kids
- Woman Claims Fitbit Alerted Her to Medical Issues. Decades of Research Confirms WiFi From The Fitbit Could Have Caused Her Medical Issues
- Fitbit Recalls Due to Rashes. Reports of Dizziness, Erratic Pulse, Nausea, Pain, Headaches. Fitbits Operate Using WiFi. Whoomp! There It Is.
- Dear Diabetics, Videotaped Research Study Demonstrates How Using Treadmills Can Mess With Your Blood Sugar Levels
History has determined that being fit or healthy never required expensive tech or even legwarmers.
For more information, visit the following websites:
- Center For Safer Wireless
- Center For Electrosmog Prevention
- Citizens for Safe Technology
- Clear Light Ventures
- Dr. Madga Havas
- Dr. Sam Milham
- EMF Safety Network
- Environmental Health Trust
- Generation Zapped
- National Association for Children and Safe Technology
- Parents for Safe Technology
- We Are The Evidence
- Wireless Right to Know