A Radiation-Fighting Recipe
People have recently become concerned about increased radiation exposure since the Japan nuclear meltdown. What people often don’t realize is that we are exposed to radiation on a daily basis with our cell phones, x-rays, airport body scanners, and many other things. There are foods that can shield us from radiation exposure and certified nutrition coach David Herzog has put them all together in this tasty salad recipe.
(You can add vinegar and oil or your own healthy vinaigrette dressing)
Why its great for radiation protection?
Cilantro will move heavy metals and radioactive material out of the cells and into the detoxification pathways.
Spirulina reduces radiation. During the Chernobyl disaster, a dose of 5 grams of spirulina for 45 days was used successfully in fighting radiation poisoning.
Pears are high in pectin and pectin is one of the most effective means of protecting against radiation when consumption of contaminated food becomes unavoidable.
Kelp also has organic iodine which will saturate the thyroid, preventing radioactive iodine from being absorbed.
Miso is effective for detoxifying your body of radiation. During World War II, two hospitals that were located side by side were hit with atomic radiation. In one hospital, people consumed miso and all of them survived. Many people in the other hospital that did not take miso died.
Avocados are optional. The add taste and round out the meal with healthy oils and fats.
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