Veteran TV presenter says that electrosmog is a far bigger problem than Ebola or Aids.
Noel Edmonds warns that the most pressing issue that faces us all today is the ‘mist, fog and smog’ emitted from mobile phones and wi-fi, which is driving us all mad.
The Mail Online reports:
Speaking to CelebrityRadio.biz ahead of the launch of his new radio station, he said: ‘The biggest problem we have is not Ebola, it’s not Aids, it’s electro smog.
‘These idiot politicians who talk about climate change, for goodness sake, do they really think little us can do anything about it? No, of course not.
‘We’re surrounded by electro mist, fog and smog. We’re covering ourselves in the wrong sorts of electro-magnetism.
‘The Wi-Fi and all of the systems that we are introducing into our lives are destroying our own natural electro-magnetic fields.’
The former DJ, who now fronts Deal or No Deal, says he wards off the negative vibes by using a £2,000 ‘yoga mat’ for eight minutes every day.
The EMPpad, which is based on research by NASA, is designed to recalibrate a person’s blood cells and readjust the electro-magnetism in your body.
‘Think of a yoga mat, connected to a computer – it provides you with pulsed electro-magnetism,’ he told Alex Belfield.
‘It’s a brilliant technology, it is not cheap, it costs £2,000. It removes pain and reduces stress and people tell me I don’t look 66.’
Edmonds said he started using the gadget one year ago after speaking to Jenson Button’s team about the science behind it. He admits that he initially thought it was useless. But he said his wife Liz could see a difference so he ‘stuck with it’.
‘Then I could see my hair was thicker, my nails were stronger, the exercise I was doing in the gym was becoming easier and less painful.’
The rare interview was given as Edmonds promotes his new online radio service, called Positively Happy, which he says will help people with insomnia and help people to remain upbeat.
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