Month: January 2019

Wedding Weight Loss Tips

Planning a wedding takes an insane amount of effort.

It takes so much planning, prep, and stress that I’m actually shocked that people still have weddings.

There’s so much to worry about.

  • The Venue
  • Catering
  • Guests
  • The DJ
  • Photographer

That last one is the one that gives brides and some grooms the most anxiety because that is the one vendor whose influence will be felt long past the big day.

And this is why so many gyms offer boot camp and spin classes..

Losing Weight For The Big Day

There’s a lot of pressure to have the perfect wedding which makes losing weight for your big day even harder.

Along with all the other stuff you have to plan you’re now forcing yourself to lose an unfathomable amount of weight in an unreasonable amount of time.

This leads to a huge imbalance in your body.

On the one hand, you’re motivated like never before to shed excess pounds and get back down to your 11th-grade cheerleading weight.

On the other hand, you’re cramming a lot of To-Dos into a short amount of time.

Not to mention each To-Do has to be absolutely perfect. The venue has to be the right size with the right decor with the right lighting. The DJ has to play the right songs at the right times and make the right announcements without mispronouncing anyone’s names.

And oh ya, the cake has to be the illest cake known to man.

How do you even squeeze a workout into this melee?

Not to mention, if you’re trying to lose weight, do you even get to try the cake?

There’s no doubt that losing weight for your wedding can be a challenge amongst many bigger challenges.

Lucky for you I have some tips to help you slim down in a short amount of time without resorting to starvation.

Lose Weight Without Trying To Lose Weight

Remember how easy life used to be before you started trying to lose weight?

You look back on old pictures and get angry that you were once a completely different, more acceptable shape, and you didn’t even realize how lucky you were!

As you get older your metabolism changes, it slows down, yadda yadda you’ve heard it before.

One of the most effective ways to lose weight is to not try to lose weight. Do it effortlessly.

Wait, What?

The biggest problem with people’s obsession with weight loss is that they’re focusing on the wrong thing.

Weight isn’t the problem, it’s a symptom of even bigger problems in the body.

These problems are usually foundational and once addressed can bring down not just your weight, but improve sleep, help focus and concentration, improve mood, improve immunity, and generally just help you feel better.

Keep in mind that not every skinny person is healthy and happy. In fact, I’d be willing to bet that many skinny people are absolutely miserable and dealing with plenty of their own issues.

Just understanding this should help you to stop equating weight to health.

Losing Weight Is Easy

Anyone can lose weight at any time. Here’s how you do it? Stop eating.

That’s right, just don’t eat.

Fast, starve, they will both make your body burn all its fat reserves and you’ll get down to your goal weight in no time.

Realistically that’s not going to happen, nor would I ever tell someone to do something as crazy as not eating to lose weight.

So if not eating is not a good way to lose weight, why are we still telling people to count calories?

This is an archaic way of thinking that became popular sometime in the late 20th century and has never left.

You can also correlate this time to about the same time obesity rates began to climb.

Does this make sense?

It does once you understand not to focus on calories in, calories out as a means to losing weight.

Calories And Weight Loss

A calorie is a unit of energy.

You need calories for your body to function and ultimately to survive.

Amongst all the daily functions of your body includes the function of burning stored adipose tissue.

Adipose tissue is the thing separating you from that perfect sunset photo that will be your profile pic for the next 3 years.

Calorie restriction will not burn adipose tissue. In fact, calorie restriction can make it worse.

When you restrict calories what you’re really telling your body is that you’re in a crisis and you need to hold onto all the fat you have because you don’t know if more food is coming.

Your body is literally holding onto fat to power it’s most vital functions.

Especially if you’re eating starch and carbohydrates, your body is going to store that as fat for the coming day of reckoning.

Low Calorie, High Fail

As you stress your body out in a calorie deficit there are big problems brewing below the surface.

Stress induces the release of cortisol from your adrenal glands.
Cortisol is a storage hormone, and it’s going to utilize most of the nutrients (or lack thereof) coming into your body.

All the protein you eat because you heard someone say eat more protein gets used to make cortisol and not the other hormones you need to be at your best.

Excess cortisol will literally drive you crazy.. Not to mention everyone around you.

Enter Bridezilla

The most sure-fire way to trigger excess cortisol production is through sugar and carbohydrate consumption.

Unfortunately, most low-calorie diets are laden with high carbohydrates and low on fats.

Fats have twice the calories that carbs do and have been demonized for years as the reason people are fat.

It’s safe to assume the keto and carnivore diets have disproven this theory with all the annoying Instagram before and after pics.

However, I’m not advocating for either of these diets.

Low-calorie diets also keep you constantly hungry.

Then when you do eat, it’s something high in carbohydrates, which burn fast and leave you feeling hungry soon after eating.

You ever crush a pint of Ben and Jerry’s 30 minutes before bed after a day of green juice and lean cuisines?

You can thank sugar, insulin, low calories and cortisol.

Lose Weight For Your Wedding And Beyond

The first thing you want to do to lose weight for your wedding is to not procrastinate.

Don’t wait for a month before your wedding to decide to get your butt in gear.

Do it just after the proposal. I’m talking knee in the dirt, ring box open, ring on finger, burpees.

In all reality you don’t want to rush your weight loss because that’s not healthy at all, you’ll be miserable and it just won’t work.

For those of you who are down to put in the work here are some tips:

Trash All Processed Food

Anything in a box that has an expiration date past a week from now needs to go.

The chemicals, the sugar, and the sodium are holding you back from ever reaching any fitness goals.

Get A Few Colonics Or Enemas

You need excess weight to get out of you any way you can.

You can sweat it out through exercise or heat exposure.

You can also do your body wonders by opening up your digestive elimination pathway (ie your pooper) so that the food you do eat can be broken down and eliminated from your body.

This will also help get rid of toxins that are stored in the fat and mess with your metabolism.

Genetic Testing

Here’s where you start to ignore every Instagram Post that shows a sexy, hot, body person telling you that the only way to lose weight is with the _______ diet.

Your body is individual and works in a very specific way.

You need to know how your body reacts to certain foods and exercises.

While some people do great with saturated fat, some people are not built well for saturated fat.

Some people thrive with high-intensity interval training, and some people are optimized for longer sets, lower weight.

Don’t buy the BS that whatever your friend did will work for you. Get a 23 and Me and know for sure.

You’ll also find out cool things like how your body does or doesn’t methylate, what vitamins and minerals are best for you and if you’re more susceptible to bug bites.

Remember bug bites add weight too.

Add More Fat

As you transition to a more whole-food diet you’ll notice your body start to work better.

You’ll be taking in a lot of nutrition, but that nutrition doesn’t work the same across the board.

There are 4 vitamins that actually need fat to be fully metabolized in the body.

These vitamins are A, D, E, K.

These vitamins do amazing things in your body like boost your immune system, improve liver function, improve adrenal and pancreatic function, build bones and muscle, and that barely scratches the surface.

Many people are low in these vitamins because they’ve followed a low-fat diet for so long.

The other thing you get from fat is more satiation. The worst part about dieting is that constant feeling of being hungry.

Fat is twice as calorically dense as carbs and protein.

Add to the fact that you will get more vitamin absorption, mineral assistance, and better digestion and fat will help to keep you fuller longer.

Workout 4x Per Week

This is your wedding.

The photos will last forever.

Use the 23 and Me data to figure out what your best workouts are.

If it’s High-Intensity Interval Training, join a CrossFit gym and watch your body transform in a matter of weeks.

If you’re the higher endurance type than get on a treadmill and run.

Either way, working out is a given in any weight loss program.

The photos will last forever.

Drink More Water

Water is the most deficient nutrient in the western diet.

Your body is 70% water.

It keeps your joints and muscles lubricated, it keeps your blood and lymph flowing, and it keeps your lips from turning white and chalky.

The photos last forever.

Not to mention water is absolutely essential in every metabolic process your body performs.

It also helps to flush out toxins.

If you’re not drinking water, your body isn’t working. That’s really the long and short of it.

Optimal water intake varies from person to person, but a good rule of thumb is to divide your body weight by 2 and drink that amount in ounces of water every day.

Quit All Sugary Drinks

The easiest way to lose weight is to never drink another Coke, Monster, Macchiato, or Naked juice again.

These drinks are loaded with sugar.

You have to really pay attention to labels and look at both sugar content AND serving size.

A drink could have only 8 grams of sugar but in a 4 oz serving with multiple servings in a single can or bottle. This is where the grams of sugar start to add up without even noticing.

Sugar is in everything and it will be your biggest hurdle to overcome. It’s more addictive than drugs.

Be sure to nip it anywhere you can.

This also includes alcohol.

Alcohol is made from sugar, including beer, which is made from grains which your body recognizes as sugar.

If you’re dedicated and find yourself out and you need a drink, club soda with lime is a good choice.

However, the phosphoric acid in club soda can mess with your body’s autonomic nervous system and keep you from losing weight. So you don’t want to drink too much bubbly water. A few here and there is ok.

Be A Hot Spouse

Following these tips will give you a good jump start to your wedding weight loss goals.

More importantly, they will serve you even after the wedding.

After the DJ plays Donna Summer’s “Last Dance” and everyone says their goodbyes isn’t the time to forget all the hard work you put in to make the day incredible.

In fact, these tips will serve you for years to come.

They’re easy and sustainable, which is good because marriage is hard and the last thing you want to do is try to stay married while starving yourself.

That’s a sure-fire way becoming “that couple”.

hypoadrenia, adrenal fatigue

Why Your Flu Symptoms Might Be Adrenal Fatigue

Your Flu Might Be Adrenal Fatigue

If the CDC is right, this will be the worst flu season in history… Just like the year before.. And the year before…. And the year before…

How does the flu keep getting worse?

Is the flu getting stronger or are we getting weaker?

Most likely the truth lies somewhere between the 2

OR the truth of the flu numbers has nothing to do with the flu in the first place!


How does one have the flu and not have the flu?

Look at the flu as adrenal fatigue and all your flu prevention dreams come true,

Even without a flu shot!

The Flu

Flu season is as guaranteed to happen as death and taxes.

I can’t remember a time when there wasn’t a flu season.

The flu season typically goes from October to May and peaks between December-February.

I think most people forget that during this time of year there are other diseases still doing their disease thing.

Most other airborne diseases like the Measles, Mumps, and Chicken Pox are more distinct and once your immune system makes contact, as in a vaccine or prior exposure, you’re in the clear.

But the flu is fairly vague and although you have “flu-like” symptoms, it doesn’t necessarily mean you have the flu.

Flu Symptoms include:

  • Fever
  • Cough
  • Sore Throat
  • Muscle and Body aches
  • Chills
  • Headaches
  • Fatigue

You can ask your doctor to test you for the flu, but the tests themselves can be deceiving.

There are several your doctor can perform including a rapid molecular assay or a rapid influenza diagnostic test. Both of these tests can get you results in less than 20 minutes but have been noted for their inaccuracies.

These flu tests are guilty of both false-positive and false-negative diagnoses in upwards of 50-70% of cases. (3)

These misdiagnoses are so common that many times doctors opt not even to use them.

While this saves the patient and their insurance some money, the doctor will still just treat the symptoms.

Treatments can include Advil and Tylenol for body aches, nasal decongestants, sore throat relievers, steroids or antibiotics.

Be mindful of the ingredients that go into whatever medication your taking.

Chemicals like acetaminophen, the main ingredient in Tylenol can damage the detox capabilities of your liver

The doctor will also probably advise you stay home, rest, drink lots of fluids, and get lots of vitamin C.

Coincidentally, this is also how you treat adrenal fatigue. Funny how that works.

What Is Adrenal Fatigue?

Adrenal fatigue, also referred to as non-Addison’s Hypoadrenia is a deficiency in the functioning of the adrenal glands.

This is the best way to describe a medical condition that the medical industry refuses to acknowledge.

Hypoadrenia happens when your adrenals don’t produce enough cortisol or other adrenal hormones like epinephrine, norepinephrine, and aldosterone.

These hormones aid your body’s day to day functions.

Many of these hormones help keep your body in homeostasis through blood sugar regulation, detoxification, and immune response.


  • Extreme fatigue
  • Hypoglycemia
  • Allergies
  • Arthritic pain
  • Decreased immunity
  • Premenstrual tension and menopause difficulty (Women)
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Memory lapses
  • Sleep problems

Most medical professionals work according to binary biomarkers. You’re either A or your B.

You either have Addison’s hypoadrenia or you’re just tired.

Point being, if you don’t have Addison’s Hypoadrenia than you will not be treated for adrenal fatigue.

Addison’s Disease

Addison’s disease, aka hypoadrenocorticism, aka hypoadrenia is the most severe form of adrenal insufficiency.

The Mayo Clinic defines Addison’s as:
“Addison’s disease, also called adrenal insufficiency, is an uncommon disorder that occurs when your body doesn’t produce enough of certain hormones. In Addison’s disease, your adrenal glands, located just above your kidneys, produce too little cortisol and, often, too little aldosterone.” (1)

While Addison’s can be described as EXTREME Adrenal Fatigue, most of the time it’s actually caused by autoimmunity.

In this case, you would treat Addison’s differently than typical Adrenal fatigue as you would want to focus more on treating the immune system than treating the adrenals.

This would include more of a focus on gut health than adrenal health. Although good gut health can support good adrenal function.

Symptoms of Addison’s Disease:

  • Extreme fatigue
  • Weight Loss
  • Decreased Appetite
  • Low Blood Pressure, fainting
  • Low blood sugar
  • Irritability
  • Joint Pain
  • Depression

It’s even possible to specifically diagnose Addison’s.

A doctor can run a number of tests to determine whether or not you have the biomarkers for Addison’s.

These tests include a blood test to measure your blood levels of sodium, potassium, cortisol and adrenocorticotropic hormone (ACTH). Blood testing can also measure your level of antibodies pertaining to Addison’s as autoimmunity.

You can do an ACTH test specifically to measure how much cortisol is in your blood once your adrenals are stimulated with ACTH.

Both of these modes of testing will give you a reading on how vital your adrenals are.

But you either have Addison’s or you don’t.

If you don’t, your doctor will not then treat you for Adrenal Fatigue.

They may even tell you it’s the flu!

Is Adrenal Fatigue Common?

Maybe you noticed in the Mayo Clinic’s definition of Addison’s Disease that the word “uncommon” came up in regards to adrenal insufficiency.

Addison’s could be considered uncommon since it only appears in 1/100,000 people.

However, adrenal insufficiency is VERY common.

I would guess that most people living any form of a western lifestyle are experiencing a form of adrenal insufficiency.

Between daily stress and a highly processed-food-centric diet, most people’s adrenals are most likely overburdened.

Remember too that stress itself comes in many different forms whether physical or emotional.

Stresses include:

  • Money and debt
  • Relationships
  • Health
  • Social Media
  • Career
  • Toxic air/water/food

While these are not immediate emergencies, they are little stresses that add up throughout the day and force your adrenal glands to produce cortisol.

Overproduction of cortisol can lead to adrenal insufficiency.


Your adrenals can only work to secrete so much cortisol. At some point, they need a break, like any other organ in your body.

Think if you had to do 1000 pushups every day just to feel normal.

Eventually, your chest, shoulders, and triceps would give out and you couldn’t do any more pushups.

The adrenal glands only have so much effort they can exert to match your cortisol needs.

And then they start to crash.

If you’re stressing emotionally, physically, and/or eating a crap diet, your adrenal glands will start to give out.

Cortisol is what is getting you out of bed, and keeping you alert.

It’s also what boosts your immune system when your immunity is weak.

It steps in when you’re hungry and hypoglycemic.

It charges you up when you read some bulls-t on social media.

In every one of these instances, your adrenals are exerting effort and working towards failure.

Is Adrenal Fatigue Real?

Although not an official medical diagnosis, adrenal fatigue is absolutely real.

The adrenals are real glands located on top of your kidneys that produce real hormones like cortisol, epinephrine, and aldosterone.

Adrenals are controlled through the HPA axis.

The hypothalamus directs the anterior pituitary through Corticotropin-releasing hormone (CRH) when it senses stress through the central nervous system or low blood glucose. (5)

The pituitary gland will then deliver adrenocorticotropic hormone (ACTH) to the adrenal glands to secrete whatever hormone is necessary for the body at that time.

These hormones are what give us life and are influential to how we feel throughout the day.

The hypothalamus acts as a thermostat throughout the day and night to regulate the body’s hormonal release.

The adrenals are like any other organ or muscle in the body. It can wear down over time due to overuse.

Just like an overactive pancreas and insulin receptors can lead to insulin resistance, so to can an overactive adrenal gland fail to produce adequate amounts of life-sustaining hormones.


The worst part about discussing a serious medical condition that the medical industry refuses to acknowledge is seeing it be manipulated into other conditions.

For example, if you go to your doctor complaining about fatigue, body weakness, irritability, and blood sugar swings they may diagnose you with fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue syndrome or Cushing’s Syndrome.

They may send you for more tests for hypothyroidism, polymyalgia rheumatica, or ankylosing spondylitis. All of which can be expensive, time consuming, and totally unnecessary.

These conditions cause patients a lot of confusion and worry which can make adrenal fatigue even worse.

Not to mention, the one disease that is most closely related to adrenal fatigue, Addison’s disease, has much more stringent diagnosing criteria because it can be autoimmune.

Your adrenal hypofunction has to be so severe that by the time you get diagnosed with Addison’s it could be too late. (6)

Bottom line: When you have adrenal fatigue, you will feel sick, ill, and tired… kind of like the flu.

Adrenals Help Boost The Immune System

When it comes to your boosting immune system, it’s important to be mindful of your adrenal glands.

The production of cortisol has a direct correlation to the production of white blood cells. (7)

The more cortisol secreted, the more leukocytes and white blood cells are produced.

This shows that your body relies on the proper adrenal function to support the immune system. (9)

If you’re adrenals are not able to keep up with the demands of an overburdoned immune system, than you would most likely start to feel sick.

Glucocorticoids, whether produced from the adrenal glands or given synthetically has anti-inflammatory effects. (8)

On the other hand, sugar and other sweeteners tends to weaken the immune system. (10)

Sugar also weakens the adrenals by over producing cortisol to support hypoglycemia and by utilizing the same nutrients in metabolism the adrenals need to function properly.

How To Recover From Adrenal Fatigue

Recovering from adrenal fatigue is not easy and it’s not immediate.

You must have patience when it comes to dealing with the adrenals.

Keeping yourself in a calm, meditative, parasympathetic state is really the only way to fully recover from adrenal fatigue.

This can last weeks, months, and for a lot of people even years.

One of the biggest challenges of recovering from adrenal fatigue is to not stress that you have adrenal fatigue.

This stress of imperfection piles onto the other stresses and makes recovery more difficult.

Once you’re fully committed to recovery, you will notice small changes over time like improved sleep, weight loss, less getting sick, and improvements in the skin.

To aid in your recovery I recommend a focus on sleep, diet, supplements, and movement.

Sleep To Heal Adrenals

While everyone’s sleep requirements are different and bioindividual, a good starting point is to aim for 7-8 hours of sleep per night.

Do everything you have to do to make this happen. Keep your room dark and cool, turn off all your screens at least 30 minutes before going to bed.

Also, try to have a set bedtime.

The adrenal glands work with our circadian rhythm so the more you can program yourself to fall asleep at the same time every night, the better your sleep will be.

Being outside without sunglasses during the daytime also helps your circadian rhythm.

Adrenal Fatigue Diet

Diet and supplementation will be where you get your biggest adrenal boosts.

The health of your adrenals will be a reflection on your overall health and well being.

If you eat garbage, especially processed food and refined sugar, than your adrenals will secrete more cortisol.

These foods not only put more stress on the body but also utilize all the nutrients that go into feeding the adrenal glands.

Food To Heal Adrenals

Adrenal friendly food will be anything low in sugar, grains, and starch.

Each of these will spike your insulin and make a call to the adrenals to secrete cortisol.

You want the foods you eat to be as low on the glycemic index as possible.

Donate your boxed cereals, 7-grain bread, whole wheat pasta and brown rice to the break room.

You’re going to want to avoid these and other processed, high glycemic foods as much as possible.

The only way to heal your adrenals is to keep them from working. Let them go on vacation, and train them to be there only for real stress.

Eating food should be a calming, nourishing experience, not a 4-alarm emergency.

As far as macronutrients go, fat and protein are your friends.

A higher fat diet with a moderate amount of protein will suffice.

While I’m not advocating for a keto diet specifically, the closer you get to a keto diet, the more your adrenals will love you.

Protein is great as well, but protein can be broken down into glucose through gluconeogenesis and that can be a tax to your adrenals.

Some foods that are great for your adrenals include:

  • Fatty cuts of red meat
  • Fish
  • Coconut oil
  • Beans
  • Lentils
  • All Vegetables
  • Most fresh fruits (not dried and pre-packaged.. Also limit to 1-2 pieces per day)
  • Butter and full fat dairy
  • Beverages

One of the biggest nutrient deficiencies in America is dehydration.

Water is a nutrient and it may be the most important nutrient we consume.

Standard water consumption recommendations are typically calculated by taking your body weight and dividing by 2. This is the amount of water you want to drink in ounces.

Of course, this is also bioindividual. However, err on the side of drinking more water.

Failure to drink enough water leads to dehydration and dehydration is a stress.

It weakens the body in many different ways and the adrenals are called upon to keep us strong.

To avoid calling on the adrenals then you need to stay adequately hydrated.

This also means avoiding, or cutting back on diuretic beverages like:

  • Soda (even club soda)
  • Fruit juices (even juiced from fresh fruits and veggies add a hefty dose of sugar)
  • Coffee (sorry)
  • Tea
  • Alcohol (double sorry)

Every diuretic beverage actually uses water from your body to process it through the kidneys.

Not to mention many beverages like soda, fruit juices, and alcohol are loaded with sugar and you know what that leads to —-> CORTISOL!

If you do drink one of these diuretic beverages you want to add 12-16 ounces of water to your daily total for every 8 ounces of diuretic.


There are a number of vitamins and minerals you want to have a lot of in your diet to optimize your adrenals.

Nutrients that will help heal your adrenals include:

  • B Vitamins
  • Vitamin C
  • Chromium
  • Manganese
  • Potassium
  • Good fats will also be very beneficial to your adrenals because fatty acids help build your prostaglandin pathways which control your inflammation.

Inflammation is one of the biggest contributors to stress and certainly tax the adrenals.


Daily movement is also going to be very beneficial to your adrenal health.

Anything from light to moderate exercise helps to relieve stress. These workouts can include:

  • Weightlifting
  • Running
  • Walking
  • Yoga
  • Workout classes
  • Playing sports

Intense exercise can be a little more taxing on the adrenals.

I would not discourage anyone from pushing themselves in any athletic endeavor, however, the body can see regular intense exercise as a stress.

Some people’s body’s even release insulin during high intensity workouts or competitions.

Be mindful of your body’s abilities when exercising.

Do You Really Have The Flu?

Because I’m not a doctor I have to always advise you to consult your physician when it comes to diagnosing illness.

But, what I do at hope you’ve taken from this article is that many of the symptoms that you may assume means the flu, may not be the flu at all.

It’s easy in our modern world to feel run down. This run down feeling is your body actually telling you to slow down and treat it right.

Even if it is the flu, your body still needs you to stop and relax.

Even after all the trillions of dollars that have gone into healthcare, rest, relaxation, and a low sugar diet are still the only proven medical ways to overcome the flu.

…. And adrenal fatigue

References: – Addison’s Disease – False Positives for the rapid influenza diagnostic test – Flu Symptoms

5G radiation, 5g towers, 5g dangerous, 4g vs 5g

16 Reasons Why 5G Radiation Is Dangerous


I want to believe the big business combined with government is good.  I really do.. but they make it oh so difficult.

In 2019 mobile telecom companies like At&T and Verizon are rolling out their 5G wireless service to 19 different cities around the country.  There is also a push for it in the EU.

5G will present a much more powerful mobile signal than you currently get with the 4G service available now.

This powerful signal will give you faster download speeds on your mobile devices, connect to smart devices in your home, and oh ya.. PORN!

The more I learn about 5G, the more I’m convinced it’s absolutely the wrong thing to do for sustaining life on this planet.


5G is a huge step up from 4G and even 4G LTE.

In terms of waveforms, the 5G waves are smaller and heavier, but they are more numerous and more relentless.

Current mobile waveforms transported between devices and transmitters come in around 1-3Ghz, 5G will deliver signals anywhere between 24-90Ghz.

What do those numbers mean?

The Active Denial System used by the US military delivers frequencies at 95Ghz and is used to disperse crowds by delivering a shot of waves meant to irritate your entire body.

People in the targeted crowd can’t take the heat and mental effects and then disperse.

The Active Denial System is considered a biological weapon and is only 5Ghz more than what people will be holding up to the sides of their heads.


Any radiation and exposure to EMF can be considered dangerous.  The biggest problem with 5G is that it hasn’t even been proven to be safe.  There are no independant, non-industry funded studies that show any level of safety for exposed humans


Because of the heavieness and density of the 5G waves more towers and antennas will be required.

This could very well mean a tower or antannea every 2-10 houses.

As compared to 4G and 3G towers that can be easily hidden and covered up along the sides of buildings, 5G towers are bulkier and will be harder to hide which many neighborhood associations are fighting back against due to the unsightliness of the towers.

Looks aside, these towers are quite powerful and with many of them within such a short distance you have to wonder what the human effects will be.


In October 2018 there was a report of over 100 Startling birds being found dead in Huigenspark in the Netherlands.

Nearby there also just so happen to be a test of a 5G tower to connect to a nearby rail line.

This story was not reported in any mainstream US news outlets but did circulate around social media and alternative news sites.


By all indications, 5G is a go.

There are 19 cities already planned on being 5G compliant by the end of 2019 with more cities looking to be added into 2020.

Cities projected to have 5G include Houston, Jacksonville, Louisville, New Orleans, San Antonio, Atlanta, Charlotte, Dallas, Indianapolis, Oklahoma City, Raleigh, Waco Tx, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Nashville, Orlando, San Diego, San Francisco, and San Jose.


It’s easy to get excited about 5G.

As we’ve become more mobile in the last 20 years, we’ve demanded higher speeds to power our devices.

1st there were cell phones, then smartphones, then Iphones, then tablets, and now EVERYTHING!

The real impact of 5G will be felt in the “Internet of Things”.  A world where everything is connected to the internet, including your car, refrigerator, baby monitors, and oh ya.. PORN!

What shocks me most about the internet of things is people’s hesitation in asking why?

Why does your fridge need to be connected to the internet?  Why would you ever want your baby monitor or apnea monitor connected to the internet?

I get the fantasy of being able to jump in your car and have your emails, calanders, and news read to you by some creepy Alexa GPS stalker lady who’s now your second brain.. but really is it worth the risk?

A lot of indsutries will be able to capatilize on the new faster, more fobust 5G services to make their products more integrated and appealing.

But nobody is asking the big question if we really need it?


I don’t know if the “Iphone effect” is a real saying, but I’m going to use it because it explains my point.

Did we know we needed an iphone before we had an iphone?

I remember a time not too long ago where I didn’t have an iphone and I didn’t even know I needed one.

I used maps that I printed from mapquest, or actual real maps.  I waited til I got home to check email and that was never a problem.

If I had a thought typically it would marinate in my brain for a bit, I’d have a chuckle and maybe tell someone when I saw them later.

If I had a question that I didn’t know the answer I’d just leave it up to the universe to present the answer at some later time.

But now that I have my iphone I could never imagine going back to that place, despite the fact that I lived perfectly well.

The same thing applies to the “Internet of Things”.

I can’t believe there is going to be a time when I will tell my kids all about the good ole days when I’d go to the refrigerator and there wasn’t Twitter above the ice maker.


5G radiation’s biggest impacts will be felt years from now when we look back and realize that we are the experiement.

I personally have used all the big wireless services available in America (T-Mobile, AT&T, and Verizon) and it would take a bag of money and the ID of who killed Kennedy for me to even begin to think about trusting that they give a crap about my safety.

Here is a sampling of reasons why you should worry about 5G radiation:

  1. RF5G will drastically increase radio frequency and EMF exposure beyond anything close to what humans have been exposed to in the past.
  2. There are no clinical trials proving that 5G is safe.
  3. The SAR- Standard Absoption Rate, which is a calculation used to measure the body’s ability to withstand RF radiation has not been updated since 1996.
  4. The current SAR was set using animal trials against wireless technology in the 1980’s.
  5. EMF radiation is currently a class 2B carcingoen.
  6. Many scientists believe there is enough evidence to classify EMF radiation as a class 1 carcinogen.
  7. George Carlo, Chief Scientist of the CTIA (Cellular Telecommunications and Internet Association), and director of the Wireless Technology Research Project in 1999, sent letters to the main heads of the wireless industry on October 7, 1999, reiterating that the WTR’s research had found the following: “The risk of rare neuro-epithelial tumors on the outside of the brain was more than doubled…in cell phone users”; there was an apparent “correlation between brain tumors occurring on the right side of the head and the use of the phone on the right side of the head”; and “the ability of radiation from a phone’s antenna to cause functional genetic damage [was] definitely positive….” – THIS WAS 1999!
  8. Henry Lai, Professor of Biochemistry at the University of Washington analyzed 326 EMF safety-related studies conducted between 1990 and 2005 and found that 67% of independantly funded showed a biological reaction from cell phone use.
  9. 180 scientists from 35 countries recommend a moratorium on the roll-out of 5G “until potential hazards for human health and the environment have been fully investigated by scientists independant from the industry”.
  10. 5G layering on top of 2G, 3G, and 4G presents even more problems.
  11. 5G requires more cell towers and antennas every 2-10 buildings to effectively distribute the signal.  This means more people exposed to closer signal sources.

  12. Telecom industries are lobbying to strip your rights from being able to say no to cell antennas on your buildings.
  13. The “Electromagnetic Fields Exclusion”: “The Electromagnetic Fields Exclusion (Exclusion 32) is a General Insurance Exclusion and is applied across the market as standard. The purpose of the exclusion is to exclude cover for illnesses caused by continuous long-term non-ionising radiation exposure i.e. through mobile phone usage.”

    CFC Underwriting LTD in London, the UK agent for Lloyd’s

  14. “There is a consistent pattern of increased risk for glioma (a malignant brain tumor) and acoustic neuroma with use of mobile and cordless phones” says Lennart Hardell, MD, PhD, Orebro University, Sweden, according to publications through mid-2017

  15. Over 100 dead birds near a 5G tower test site in October 2018.
  16. Nobody needs that much PORN!  – well mostly nobody


We have to fight this 5G.

Industry isn’t concerned with your health, and as long as they have lobbyists in the pockets of government, neither is government.

While people will cheer for the rollout of faster internet, wifi and the internet of things, a true A-hole knows that the real effects of 5G radiation exposure wont be felt for years.

Cancer doesn’t grow in a day and even if it did, the big telecom wigs would find a way to make sure we didn’t think it was 5G.