I'm going to make this a quick post on the brands of green and blue light blocking glasses that I recommend the most. 

One thing to keep in mind is that there is a HUGE blue blocker scam going on today.

If you buy blue blockers that are CLEAR in color, they are most likely worthless and certainly not at all safe to wear during the nighttime. A good rule of thumb to follow in regards to blue light blockers is that for daytime use you want to use a pair of glasses with a noticeable tint or yellow color. These tints will let in SOME blue light because your body and brain need it to operate optimally during the day. For this reason, NEVER wear your blue light blocking glasses outside.

For nighttime use you want a pair of blue light blockers that also blocks some green light. The color of a quality nighttime lens should be orange to red in color. These colors will block out most of the stimulating blue and green light that your body was designed not to see or sense at nighttime. 


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Get Out Of Nature’s Way, Dude! Advice from The Blue Light Diet

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The smartphones and tablets that you probably have in your hand or house right now, as 90% of Americans do, can result in some pretty bad things to your health and biology, ruining your mitochondria is one of the worst things they do.

Blue light is one of the rarest wavelengths of light in nature. So over time your body has evolved to use this light as an operating signal.

What kind of operating signals?

For one, the blue light emanating from these devices signal your body to suppress melatonin secretion. Melatonin is a crucial hormone for a good nights sleep and mitochondrial health. So if you’re using your phone or any type of LED screen a few hours before bedtime, you’re trashing the quality of your sleep and slowly killing your mitochondria. When your sleep isn’t good, a process your body uses to repair itself during sleep called autophagy isn’t good either. All of this leads to bad health news for you.

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BLUE LIGHT DIET DECLASSIFIED: Why You Need to Wear Green AND Blue Light Blockers at Night

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Welcome to another Blue Light Diet Declassified video post. In this series, we reveal some of the video training and tips that you get to see when you enroll in our Blue Light Detox Program or read the Blue Light Diet book.

In the video below, you will learn why the traditional orange tint blue blockers are not good enough for optimal night time protection from artificial light at night.


SO as you learn in this video, orange tinted blue blockers still let some of the melatonin suppressing green light spectrum in through the lens. While you can see better in orange tints which makes them great for driving at night or going out to dinner, if you want complete protection at night you need a pair of green AND blue light blocking glasses.

We test and recommend many great pairs of green and blue light blockers in The Blue Light Detox program. You can find the glasses used in this video at ...

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BREAST CANCER: How Your Tamoxifen May Not Be Working...

I want you to forget for a moment how blue light and artificial light at night (ALAN) probably a major contributing cause of breast cancer. For instance, if you're a night shift worker, like a nurse, you better stop working the night shift ASAP.

If you're unfamiliar with this blue light toxin just read our book or download our free guide to get started.

Today I want you to just share this article with someone who is fighting breast cancer because this knowledge will help them in their fight. Big time.

In this short article, you will learn how darkness at night can slow or prevent the growth of breast cancer and see a new breast cancer study that shows how artificial light at night can make one of the most prescribed drugs to fight breast cancer, Tamoxifen, kind of worthless. We're not going to do a deep dive, we're just going to skim the surface so you have enough information to make an informed decision. I'm going to try to make this a quick, 5 minute read. 

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