Repairing the Damage and Protecting Your Body Against EMFs From Within

Dr. Joseph Mercola 

"5G technology holds the promise for faster connections, greater bandwidth, a massive internet-of-things and smart cities. What's not to like about that?

Dr. Mercola has written an easy-to-read and comprehensive book explaining what we know about the potential adverse biological effects of a massive increase in our exposure to EMFs if/ when 5G becomes widely available.

Even if you don't use the technology, you can't opt out because it will be everywhere. This book is the go-to place if you want to become informed about the dangers of EMFs."

∼ Stephanie Seneff, Ph.D., senior research scientist, MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory

Now that you have a better understanding as to how EMFs can cause you harm, it’s time to look at how you can help undo the damage.

The good news is, your body has a built-in repair system that can help repair the damage from EMFs. It’s called the poly (ADP-ribose) polymerase(PARP) family of enzymes.

In short, these critical enzymes are best known their ability to sense and repair DNA damage in your cells.

PARP requires fuel to work, and that fuel is one of the most important coenzymes in your body: nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide, or NAD+. PARP uses a lot of NAD+ to repair DNA breaks in your genetic material. In fact, it can use as much as 100 to 150 molecules of NAD+ for every DNA repair it performs.

EMFs affect your body's ability to repair damaged DNA, which can lead to cancer.

DNA repair is an extremely important function as a buildup of abnormal cells (with damaged DNA) can lead to cancer. PARP can manage a moderate

This is where EMFs enter the picture…

EMF exposure can cause your cells to become depleted in NAD+, leading to an inability to fuel PARP repair.

When your cells become NAD+ depleted, that affects your mitochondria by lowering an NAD coenzyme called NADH. Your mitochondria need this coenzyme to produce ATP — the energy for your cells and your body's functions.

As PARP sucks up most of your NAD+, your longevity proteins called sirtuins (which also require NAD+) suffer, dramatically speeding up the aging process. PARP also turns on proinflammatory pathways in your body that increase your risk for virtually every chronic disease.