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How Fast Can Lipids and CRP change with EMF?

Discussion in 'Ask Jack' started by RickD, Jan 30, 2014.

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  1. RickD

    RickD New Member

    Jack,

    Preparing for a phone chat with my naturopath and wanted to update some labs. I used a ZRT bloodspot test because I was stuck in Calgary and couldn't get to the US and do my usual LabCorp blood work. To give you a bit of background, in Calgary, the house has a high AC magnetic field running from 10mg to over 100mg under the powerline in the back alley. I usually get the LabCorp work done when I'm at my vacation homes in British Columbia or Hood River, Oregon where there is little extraneous EMF. After a week at these places my Trigs come in 75 to 85 and my CRP is about .5 so I was pretty shocked to see the ZRT numbers at 125 for the Trigs and 1.1 for the CRP. At first I thought it might just be the difference between serum and blood spot, but then got to thinking if both these numbers can react quickly to a change in my field. If so it really says I need to move. Your thoughts?
     
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  2. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    femtoseconds..........
     
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