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Research findings support this conclusion, as follows: when the human body is grounded
(1) induced body voltage is significantly reduced; (2) cortisol, a well-known biomarker for stress and inflammation, normalizes; (3) test subjects experience a significant reduction in chronic inflammation and related chronic pain; and, (4) current research (see reference list below) confirms that exposure to environmental 50-60 Hz electromagnetic fields increases free radicals and lengthens their life span in the body.
Additional studies are now underway at the California Institute for Human Science to
further identify and quantify the physiological effects of grounding the body to the earth.
These findings will be reported when available.

References: electromagnetic fields and free radicals
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Simko M, Droste S, Kriehuber R, Weiss DG. Stimulation of phagocytosis and free radical production in
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Simko M, Richard D, Kriehuber R, Weiss DG. Micronucleus induction in Syrian hamster embryo cells
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magnetic fields do not affect structural morphology and proliferation of human cells in vitro. Histol
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fields on A2A adenosine receptors in human neutrophils. Int J Radiat Biol. 2000 Nov;76(11):1509-22.
Yoshikawa T, Tanigawa M, Tanigawa T, Imai A, Hongo H, Kondo M. Enhancement of nitric oxide
generation by low frequency electromagnetic field. Pathophysiology. 2000 Jul;7(2):131-135.
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