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LED bulbs linked to eye damage

Why you shouldn’t use LED bulbs ever

Check out this recent headline from Time magazine: “Why you’ll start using LED bulbs this year.”

I have to wonder who this “you” person is — because it certainly isn’t me, and I sure as heck hope it’s not you.

People are shelling out big bucks for these pricey new LED light bulbs, swooning over the “natural” glow they supposedly emit. But allow me to shed a little light on this, because LED is the farthest thing from truly natural full-spectrum light.

LED light is far too heavy on the blue and violet end of the spectrum — and new research out of Spain confirms that too much blue and violet from LED lights can do serious damage to the retina.

More specifically, research by Dr. Celia Sànchez-Ramos of Madrid’s Complutense University shows that LED lights can damage pigment epithelial cells.

That’s the type of damage that doesn’t just lead to vision loss — it can also result in macular degeneration.

Now, you’d think you could avoid these problems by simply not using LED bulbs (and at $20 a pop, I wouldn’t want use them even if they were perfect).

Well, it’s not that simple — because LED light is used in everything from cellphones to newer televisions.

Millions of people (especially kids) aren’t just sitting under LED lights, which is bad enough. They’re staring directly INTO them, for hours at a time, which is infinitely worse.

The risks may not be limited to just the eye damage either. I’ve heard of everything from headaches to itchy skin blamed on LED lighting.

Of course, thanks to Congressional overreach, you can’t even choose your own light bulbs anymore. It’s either LEDs or CFLs for most people — and one’s worse than the other.

As I’ve told you before, CFL light bulbs have been linked to migraines, seizures, dizziness and more. And since they’re filled with mercury, you don’t even want to think about what will happen when (not if) one breaks.

(Read more about the problems with CFL light bulbs here.)

The best light for human eyes is natural light — and there’s only one type of light bulb that provides something close to natural light. It’s called full-spectrum lighting.

Make the switch now — and stock up before the government bans that, too.

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