There are ways to Protect yourself against Radiation
We are surrounded by unhealthy radiation and once again nature provides us with the means to protect our selves. An often overlooked and very well know fruit which is available in many parts of the world could be the solution. Vit C has the capacity to battle against the damage caused by radiation. You will find Vit C in Lemons, Oranges, Grapefruits, Kiwis, and the list goes on.
Long-term effects of a nuclear disaster
You will certainly remember the catastrophe caused by the Fukushima nuclear plant meltdown, it happened on March 11, 2011
A huge amount of radioactive material was set loose, it poisoned the environment, the earth, and the water. At that time the experts were sure that this catastrophe would not only cause massive immediate damage but also that long-term it would have a serious effect on living things.
Sadly they were right as after 1 year in the district of Fukushima one-third of the children were diagnosed with abnormal growths in their thyroid glands. This continued and as soon as in 2013, in the month of August more than 40 children were diagnosed with thyroid and other types of cancer. Another disturbing fact is that even in the US small amounts of radiation were detected.
To prevent and even reverse the damage
There is hope. Leading experts on radioprotection together with another group of medical professionals have discovered you can do something to avoid the negative effect of radiation. You can follow an all-natural protocol for preventing and reversing damage from radiation.
Radiation causes oxidative stress, cells do not function well anymore and can even break.
For this to happen you do not have to be a victim of a nuclear explosion, low radiation like airport screenings and the Mammograms will expose your body to unhealthy levels of radiation. No need to mention the radiotherapy used to battle cancer, one of the horrors of modern medicine.
Vitamin C can help
The good news is Vit C. Multi C Protocol. This vitamin can block and even repair the damage done by radiation. Dr. Thomas E.Levy, MD, JD, a board-certified cardiologist and leading expert on vitamin C says to take high doses of this vitamin if one has to undergo any treatment which includes radiation. The Japanese College of Intravenous Therapy which is a group of some 400 professionals backup and agrees with Dr. Levy.
This hope giving news was made known in 2011 but sadly the Japanese government did not pay attention and neither mainstream medicine had an open ear. Even the joining with the International Society for Orthomolecular Medicine did not help. People were kept in the dark, how sad as such a simple thing as taking Vitamin C could have saved lives. That is why it is so important to be informed, as much as possible.
More help from nature
There are more helpful things you can do yourself. Fill up on antioxidants like curcumin, garlic, and ginger as they are capable of boosting the levels of glutathione, your body’s master antioxidant. There are other natural products which can be helpful like resveratrol, green tea, Vit K, probiotics, and melatonin. It is well worth to mention also Ginko Biloba which is used to protect against cell damage after a radioactive iodine therapy for Graves’disease.
Dr. Yanagisiwa has said:” Maintaining optimal antioxidant reserve by taking vitamin C and other antioxidants are essential for cancer prevention and treatment, antiaging, radioprotection and optimal health.”
Our health is constantly being challenged, every day again. One should not give up hope, there are solutions out there, keep an open mind and investigate. Mother Nature provides for all our needs. Scientists have barely discovered everything available to us. The other problem is as natural things cannot be patented Big Pharma has no interest in spending money on studies or promoting something which could help with our ailments. That is why it often takes many years before the good news is known to the big public.
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