Low EMF sauna companies are only showing you have the EMF truth. They have fancy third party marketing reports, and even videos showing you a gaussmeter with low readings. But what happens if we go in these same saunas with an electric field meter? Why do we get off the charts high levels, and why are they lying to consumers about it? Saying things like, oh electric fields aren't harmful, most cell phones have an emf levels of over 20, ours is less than 10, etc... Well let's put one of these "low emf sauna" companies to the test, and see what happens when we swap out a guassmeter for an electric field meter. You'll be SHOCKED by the results, and we'll double check everything with a body voltage meter to back it up to boot.
Hi Matt, thanks so much for your reviews. You mentioned last month that you were working on an emf class, but it looks like you haven't gotten it finished yet. Is there a quick way to know if what sauna companies are showing us is really low emf or not? I saw your other videos about a cell phone being 20, and sauna companies saying they're less than 10 to mislead us consumers. We don't have the budget or the know how to buy emf meters, but is there a laymans way to understand it quickly so we can know if we should buy this one or not? Thanks a bunch if you have time to respond!! Linda