The Body is Electric and Dirty Electricity Harms


This week, Len had a phone conversation with Dr. Samuel Milham, an 88-year-old epidemiologist, and an expert on the dangers of ‘dirty electricity’. 

Dirty electricity is an invisible toxin that impacts everyone, but kids on the spectrum are especially susceptible to harm. Dr. Milham shares his findings on its impact on children with Autism and how it affects parents and children as early as their time in utero. 

The good news is that there are practical methods to limit its exposure and better protect your family from these harmful EMF’s. Dr. Samuel Milham shares what parents can do to check for dirty electricity in their homes and why simply educating ourselves on this issue can have a tremendous impact on our health in the long term.

We are certainly thankful for Dr. Milham sharing his insights and believe you will take away some great value from this episode!

 Key Takeaways

  • The impact of dirty electricity on children with Autism (04:30)
  • Dr. Milham’s experiment in a Palm Springs school (08:00)
  • Describing what dirty electricity is (12:20)
  • Exposure in Utero (17:00)
  • What parents can do to check for dirty electricity in their homes (21:10)
  • Practical methods to limit exposure (28:05)


Additional Resources


Connect with Dr. Samuel Milham here


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