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    Tuesday
    Nov222016

    Is that 'electromagnetic radiation' in your underwear, or are you just happy to see me?

    Radiation blocking undergarment? Do you need it? Well, this is what SPARTAN Boxer says: Wireless technology has changed the way we live. But between Wi-Fi and cellphone signals, we are exposing ourselves to a great amount of electromagnetic radiation all day long. This is far from harmless! A number of major scientific institutions around the world have raised alarms over the harmful effects of wireless radiation. By replicating dozens of studies, they have confirmed that wireless radiation has an adverse effect on male fertility. These are just the short-term effects. It’s the long term we need to be concerned about – we could be facing a real societal problem. --- So now the next question is up to you. Are you worried enough to change to SPARTAN underwear? They say that their exclusive fabric, made of silver fibers and cotton, blocks over 99% of wireless radiation such as cellphone and wifi radiation. And that having been designed in Paris they offer exceptional fit and amazing design. And the price? About $45 a pair. 

    Giz Wiz Videohttps://youtu.be/rEaa8AEvzso

     

    Company website: http://spartanunderwear.com  

     

    See or hear this show: www.gizwiz.tv/episode/1598  

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