The MRET Shield (aka “MRET Nylon”), marketed by GIA Wellness as the GIA Cell Guard, was featured recently in the popular docu-series, “The Truth About Cancer: A Global Quest.” Hosted by Ty Bollinger, the show travels around the world interviewing doctors, researchers, and several cancer survivors to address their preferred methods of holistic care. In this episode, Ty interviewed Dr. Igor Smirnov, a nuclear physicist and inventor of the patented MRET technology that powers the Cell Guard.
Dr. Smirnov explains that the MRET (Molecular Resonance Effect Technology) works by superimposing a subtle low-frequency noise field on the microwave frequencies emitted by the mobile phone. The microwave frequencies are an artificial electromagnetic field that has a high amplitude and a periodic, regular waveform not found in nature. The cells in the body recognize this man-made field as foreign, and continuous exposure leads to the cell membranes shutting down.
The MRET technology, when activated within the Cell Guard, releases nanoparticles that produce low frequencies of electromagnetic oscillations that resemble resonance frequencies of living cells in the body. This random “noise” field does not affect the radiofrequency signals in their communication function.
The MRET shield can be used not only on cell phones or smart phones, but also on bluetooth devices, in its form as the Cell Guard. In the Universal Guard version, it can also be used on cordless phones, ipads and other tablets, televisions, and other electronic devices and electrical appliances that produce wireless raidiation and other forms of electromagnetic fields.