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Potassium Iodide Protects Against Radiation

There is a lot of discussion on the taking of potassium iodide pills to protect ourselves from radioactive nuclides during a nuclear meltdown. Suggested dosages is actually quite large of about 130mg per day. However consuming such large dosages of potassium iodide on a daily basis for more than a week will be toxic to the body.


Another important criteria for this to work is to consume the potassium iodide a few hours before the nuclear fallout hits. There is actually no point consuming it after the emergency. And if high radiation level prolongs, this strategy becomes impractical, and is potentially dangerous due to the prolonged daily iodine consumption at high dosages. Instead, a practical solution is to focus on the use of natural foods as the way to detox the radioactive nuclides from the body.

Natural Foods To Protect From Radiation Damage

There are many natural foods that will protect us from radioactive nuclides (by detoxing the heavy metals), and they include but not limited to the followings:

  • Seaweeds from unpolluted seas

  • Half boiled eggs

  • Chlorella and cilantro

  • Unpasteurized miso

  • All types of citrus fruits especially lemon

  • Eat more lightly steamed vegetables from the cabbage family, ie Cruciferae or Crucifers, the mustard family of vegetables. They include cabbage, broccoli, cauliflower, bak choi, and mustard greens. Take some raw cabbage will be good, but make sure you clean them thoroughly.

For the citrus fruits, it is important to include some of the citrus peels in your consumption and they have key heavy metals detox agents. You can juice or blend them if you like.

Taking natural foods to detox radioactive heavy metals is the safest way to protect ourselves. Consume these super foods on a daily basis, two to three times daily. Adjust and tailor the dosage to suit different individuals. Remember, moderation is the key.

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