EMF / Radiation Exposure Mitigation – Complete List of Tips

  • Rock salt lamp to mitigate EMFs.
  • Use shielded metal wiring for electrical lines in house.
  • Ground laptop with usb ground cord.
  • Bluetooth: use Class 3 transmitters which emit the lowest level of Bluetooth radiation.
  • Supplements
    • Antioxidants to protect against radiation.
      • Glutathione and chlorella are most effective. Premier Micronutrient (antioxidant blend) has good supplements to reduce DNA damage from radiation. Take before MRI or CAT scans and flying, for example.
  • Encoder wristband.
  • Harapad for laptop if using on body/lap.
  • Pong Case for iPhone (This is the only case that’s been tested in FCC- certified laboratories and proven to reduce your iPhone’s radiation to a third of what it would be without the case, all while maintaining signal strength. If you have to keep your cell phone in your pocket, this will help minimize the damage, but I still suggest “off” around the twins.
  • Even having an alarm clock next to your bed can negatively affect your sleep.
  • Flying in a plane exposes you to excessive amounts of wifi radiation. To combat your exposure:
    • Drink lots of cold water before (around 2 liters), during, and after the flight
    • Take your shoes off and place your feet on the metal stanchions to get ‘grounded’
    • Take 200mg of Reduced CoQ10 (better bioavailability) for every hour you are on the flight as this will reduce our risk of blood clotting
  • Install EMF Filter
  • Use an EMF-proof case for your phone, such as Pong
  • Airplane mode cuts off wireless transmissions, which mitigates risks of cellphone radiation, but there are still low frequency magnetic fields emitted
  • Avoid having wireless routers in your room, and at the very least:
    • Unplug or turn off routers and all wireless things when going to bed to avoid radiation
  • EMF Proof Headset or Hollow Tube Headset
  • Blue Tube is a good brand
  • Hand-free / Blue tooth headset has much less radiation
  • When carrying phone, put back of phone facing outside
  • Reduce talking in a car as the metal insulates the radiation
  • Use a Low-Radiation Cell phone (low SAR rating)
Location Independence Simplified: Complete Toolkit for Lifestyle Business, Virtual Companies & Remote Work (Plus A Faster-Than-Typing Solution for Everyone)

Location Independence Simplified: Complete Toolkit for Lifestyle Business, Virtual Companies & Remote Work (Plus A Faster-Than-Typing Solution for Everyone)

The days of costly and rigid business overhead, rent and infrastructure are over. The following is everything you need to run a profitable and simple lifestyle business or to work remotely and still easily communicate with customers, employees/colleagues, virtual assistants, or partners. This will be updated for easiest and most useful technology and apps as I find and use them myself.

*Most relevant for: online-based consultants, coaches, service providers, and people who want to operate a 100% digital/paperless business.

*Note: All non-affiliate links below, and all the services below are very affordable or free.


Communicate Better With Team Members and Customers

Loom: My #1 favorite tool here. A faster-than-typing solution by creating quick videos without having to wait for Dropbox uploads or any other lags. Use to create training videos for your team or review items for your customers.

Zoom: Video conferencing and screen sharing to make phone calls infinitely more productive with team members and clients/customers. I have it on good authority that BlueJeans is easier and better than Zoom, if you happen to need an alternative for video meetings.

Google Drive: Limitless communication and data storing. Create docs and sheets to share with anyone that can be updated by multiple users in real-time.

Basecamp: Project management software if you have multiple team members. Organize and schedule tasks and to-dos without creating an instant messaging and email back and forth zoo.

Skype: Free and simple instant messaging.

ScheduleOnce or Calendly: Automate people booking time on your calendar for prospective and active clients. Back and forth on finding a mutual time is a terrible use of your existence.

Get Help: Virtual Assistance, Delegation, and Outsourcing

Fiverr: One-off transactional help for almost anything without having to manage anyone.

Upwork: More dedicated assistance from part-time to full-time contracted employment. Take advantage of geo-arbitrage and hire people from countries with weaker currencies (equals cheaper labor for you).

Get Paid: Accept Payment Online

The most elegant one-two combination to accept credit card payments and automate invoicing. Note: you need to integrate a Payment Gateway with Stripe; you cannot run Stripe as a standalone product.

Stripe: Payment Processor (siphon payments into your bank account from completed payments)

Payfunnels: Payment Gateway (input credit card info to accept payment)

Lock In What You Sold: Send Business Agreements

Docusign: Sign and send contracts online.


There are always more things you could add, like email-autoresponders and LeadPages, but I consider this the essentials kit. If you need help stringing it all together to make it work for you, post below or shoot me a message. Keep things as simple as possible; there are people crushing it who don’t even have a website.