Jason Bawden-Smith is a successful entrepreneur, author and speaker. He has founded four companies during his business career, including one of largest and most successful contaminated land consultancy companies in Australia (100 employees and a revenue of $30 million). His current business venture, JBS Technologies, offers cutting-edge technological solutions for protecting against harmful EMFs and mitigating blue light. Jason has over 25 years diversified environmental health experience, holds two applied science degrees and published eleven peer-reviewed papers, including three in the prestigious Medical Journal of Australia. He has presented at numerous national and international environmental conferences and a frequent media guest. Jason has also published 2 books. His first book Making Waves - How I fought off Sharks To Swim With Dolphins (foreword by Catherine Austin -Fitts) is a rich business autobiography where he stripped himself bare to share his life lessons and wisdom. His latest book In The Dark - New Ways To Avoid The Harmful Effects Of Living in a Technologically Connected World Jason shares his deep concerns about the effects of over exposure to harmful EMFs on the health and well-being of humanity and most importantly what we can do about it.
Birth control pills have come a long way from their discovery in the 60s to their present form and are a preferred choice of birth control for as many as 18 million women. There are different brands of pills available and these contain progestin and estrogen in differing dosages. There are many benefits to the use of birth control pills. The most important benefit of the birth control pill is that it helps in prevention of ovarian cancer and also cancer of endometrium which is the lining of the uterus. Other benefits of these pills include reduction in cramps during the menstrual cycle.
Secondly, all soy is not created equal . While healthy Eastern cultures consume copious amounts of soy products, the soy in those countries is generally not genetically modified. This is not the case with soy products in the . An overwhelming 93 percent of soy (as of 2010) in the . is genetically modified and contains any number of unknown, disgusting components. It’s nearly impossible to find non-GMO soy, which is why I generally recommend avoiding it as a whole. Soy sauce also usually contains gluten, which many people don’t realize.