Radiation Exposure Is Not New
The risk of radiation exposure is not new. Japan was bombed in WW11 and there were the nuclear reactor situations at Chernobyl and threat at Three Mile Island.
There is evidence of success in preventing damage to the body from radiation exposure.
“Help Support Your Body’s Healing After Intense Radioactive or Radiation Exposure” is a book on this topic and now the author is offering it for free. In a nutshell people are advised to go on a special diets heavy in sea vegetables that bind any contaminants they ingest.
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Here is a sample of the authority information offered by the author in the book:
“At the time of the atomic bombing of Japan, Tatsuichiro Akizuki, M.D. was Director of the Department of Internal Medicine at St. Francis’s Hospital in Nagasaki and fed his staff and patients a strict diet of brown rice, miso and tamari soy soup, wakame, kombu and other seaweed, Hokkaido pumpkin, and sea salt and prohibited the consumption of sugar and sweets. Sugars and sweets were forbidden because they suppress the immune system! Because of this diet — which was rich in sea vegetables — he saved everyone in his hospital while many other survivors perished from the radiation sickness.
(Tatsuichiro Akuziki, M.D. Nagasaki 1945, London Quarter books, 1981).
So after the Nagasaki bombing, people who ate a strict macrobiotic diet — including brown rice and miso soup with sea vegetables — did not suffer from radiation poisoning even though they were within a mile of the explosion. The high iodine content of their diet may have been extremely helpful on this account because if proper amounts of natural “healthy” iodine already exist in the thyroid gland, then it cannot absorb any other forms of iodine, such as the radioactive iodine contaminant.
In 1968 a group of Canadian researchers at McGill University of Montreal, headed by Dr. Stanley Skoryna, studied the question as to whether seaweed could help rid the body of radioactive toxins
Skoryna S.C. et al, “Intestinal Absorption of Radioactive Strontium,” Canadian Medical Association Journal 191: 285-88, 1964).
Dr. Skoryna and his team were trying to devise a method to counteract the effects of nuclear fallout and reported that sodium alginate from brown algae “permitted calcium to be normally absorbed through the intestinal wall while binding most of the strontium. The sodium alginate and strontium was subsequently excreted from the body. The experiments were designed to devise a method to counteract the effects of nuclear fallout and radiation.”
The key finding of this study was identifying that sea vegetables contained a polysaccharide substance — called sodium alginate which is present in large quantities in brown algae such as Laminarae (kelp), Fucus (bladderwrack) and Ascophyllum (fertilizer seaweed) — that selectively bound radioactive strontium and eliminated it from the body.
It turns out that in case after case, researchers ended up using heavy metal chelators and sea vegetables, like kelp or algae, to bind the heavy radioactive contaminants people ingested, and kept people on diets that did not suppress their immune systems to see protection and recovery. An important function of the sea vegetables in helping our bodies fight radiation poisoning is the fact that they contain Iodine-127 which will be absorbed by our thyroid and thus prevent the uptake of radioactive, toxic Iodine-131.
What is the best chelator for the heavy radioactive contaminants?
Some will say kelp, some chlorella, some spirulina and some will say “Modifilan” because of its multiple benefits (Modifilan is the one I like best).
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