How to stay healthy and your BEST Protection is a balanced, alkaline diet which maintains strong immunity.
The building blocks for your body come from a healthy diet.
An anti-radiation diet which maintains strong immunity focuses on foods:
- which are high in enzymes and minerals
- and help normalize blood chemistry by keeping your blood more alkaline.
Foods to Include Which Create an Alkaline Environment and Build Immunity
- Brassica vegetables: cabbage, mustard greens, turnip, kale, broccoli, cauliflower, Brussel sprouts
- Vegetables high in beta carotene: Kale and all greens, carrots, spinach, pumpkin and winter squash, beets, sweet potato, melons, apricots and other yellow, orange and red fruits and vegetables
- Beans and lentils
- Potassium, calcium and mineral rich foods: Vegetables, fruit, nuts and seeds, fish, poultry
- Miso soup
Miso soup has an active ingredient called zybicolin, which acts as a binding agent to detoxify and eliminate radioactive elements (such as strontium) and other pollutants from the body. (Japanese studies).
- Sea vegetables:
Nori, wakame, kombhu, arame, dulse, hijiki, kelp, irish moss, agar agar
Sea vegetables contain a polysaccharide substance called sodium alginate, which selectively binds radioactive strontium and eliminates it from the body. (Canadian studies).
- Black and green tea are radioactive antagonists. Drink either before or after exposure to radiation. (Japanese and Chinese studies).
- High nucleotide content foods to assist in cell repair: spirulina, chlorella, algae, sardines, liver, anchovies and mackerel
- Cod liver oil and olive oil
- Sea salt
- A high quality multi-vitamin/multi-mineral supplement .
How to Stay Healthy
Avoid ALL forms of sugar, sweets, white bread, white rice, white flour products, processed foods, fast foods, junk foods and heavy spices.
- Potassium Iodide
Potassium iodide is available in tablet form. It blocks the thyroid’s uptake of radiation which can lead to thyroid cancer. Potassium iodide saturates the thyroid with stable iodide so it will not absorb radioactive iodine from any nuclear accident or attack. A fully saturated thyroid would be protected for up to one month, long enough for radioactive iodine (which has a half -life of 8 days) to disappear from the environment.
The World Health Organization recommended dose for radiological emergencies are:
· Over 12 years old: 130 mg
· 3-12 years old: 65 mg
· 1-36 months old: 32 mg
· Less than 1 month old: 16 mg.
Potassium Iodide is inherently stable. If kept dry in an unopened container at room temperature, it can be expected to last indefinitely.
How to DETOXIFY After Radioactive Exposure
Potassium iodide tablets only protect the thyroid gland. They do not provide protection from any other radiation exposure, so it is important to detox your body after radioactive exposure.
- Spirulina, chlorella algae and natural beta carotene from Dunaliella algae:
These proved helpful after the 1986 Chernobyl disaster in Russia. They help build your immune system. More IMPORTANT: they bind heavy metals so they are released from your body.
DOSE: Take Spirulina at 5 grams per day for 45 days to strengthen your immune system.
- Algae binds heavy metals and should be consumed after exposure to any radioactive contamination.
- L-Cysteine 500 mg:
Take three times a day helps your body get rid of radiation.
- Reishi mushrooms bolster your immune system.
- Panax ginseng has prevented hemorrhaging after radiation exposure, prevents bone marrow death and stimulates blood cell formation.
- Yeasts, beta glucans, bee pollen and various forms of ginseng have all been shown to bolster the immune system after radiation incidents.
- Aloe vera has a proven ability to treat serious radiation burns and offers radioprotective effects. It can easily be grown in your house.