- Listed: March 29, 2011 6:20 pm
a monthly health resource from the
Network Wellness Center – Kauai
Radiation – Proactive Care
It’s time for an extra special Spring Cleaning thanks to Tokyo Electric Power Company.
There is a nuclear disaster occurring in Japan that is causing a worldwide concern about radioactive fallout. It is unclear how long this will last and how severe it will become. The situation, grave as it is, could get a lot worse. The good news is that we can take specific actions to protect ourselves and our loved ones.
We have done a lot of research on this subject in the face of this crisis. We have very special practical advice for you. There are three fundamental principles to understand about staying healthy during a radioactive incident. First, we can saturate our bodies with crucial nutrients that prevent radioactive uptake. Second, we can chelate the heavy metals and flush them from our bodies. Finally, specific herbs facilitate all aspects of the process.
The two primary radioactive isotopes that we are concerned about are cesium and iodine. Radioactive isotopes are heavy metals. Cesium contamination is a bigger long-term threat. Fortunately protection from cesium is provided by potassium. Most of us already have sufficient levels and potassium is also easily supplemented.
The situation with radioactive iodine is far more complex. The government is saying that there isn’t any danger from the crisis, that we don’t have to do anything about it, and that taking iodine is bad for you. This is a broad, inaccurate and perhaps tragic generalization.
Our research shows that most Americans do not have enough iodine. A deficiency sets us up to absorb radioactive iodine from the environment. Unless you have a very specific health issue (serious auto-immune disorder, hyperthyroidism or iodine allergy), you can take a therapeutic dose of iodine at this time. If you have one of these health concerns, or are responsible for a child, you can take iodine safely in a food source such as kelp. Dosage is still important – we can consult with you about amounts.
In addition to providing this prophylactic protection, we need to be removing isotopes as quickly as possible from our bodies. The longer they remain, the more damage they do. Fortunately, heavy metals are relatively easy to chelate. Chelation is the process of a heavy metal binding to another substance so it can be flushed out of the body.
Heavy metal toxicity is at the root of many common ailments and symptoms. Through environmental exposure, almost all of us have unacceptable levels in our bodies. We are suggesting a protocol that removes these already elevated levels as well as any new radioactive absorption.
Finally, a combination of 3 specific herbs provides protection to prevent DNA damage, to clean the blood and support the liver.
The Network Wellness Center has formulated a cost effective and efficient method that you can purchase as a kit. It contains the prophylactic supplements, the chelators and special protective herbs. We recommend this as a simple way of getting started now. We can also customize this kit for your unique situation if necessary.
Details are available upon request. Call or email us.
We researched this protocol for use for ourselves, our families and clients and are now sharing this information with our Kauai community. These recommendations should only be used according to your individual needs. Please consult your physician if you have any concerns.
Network Wellness Center
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