Lactobacillus Acidophilus and Lactobacillus Casei Exposed to Wi-Fi Radiofrequency Electromagnetic Radiation Show Enhanced Growth and Lactic Acid Production

This study do not test, in principle, for health damaging effects, instead is oriented to check if radiofrequency emissions have proliferative effects on fermenting bacterias with the possibility of their usage in the food industry. They found that yes, they have proliferative effects, but as the radio frequency emitter used is a conventional wi-fi router, with the commonly used intensity and frequencies, this can bring to the question that if dose bacteria are affected who can say that it can not affect other kind of bacterias (including for example those located in the human gut) and in another possible ways or even cells of different kinds. In short, this is another demonstration of non-thermal biological effect of commonly used wi-fi wireless technologies.

Last modified on 20-Aug-20

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