Essential Protective Supplements:
- Calcium/magnesium: Prevents precancerous cells, shields against strontium 90 and other radioisotopes.
- Vitamin A or beta carotene: Produces antibodies, safeguards mucus membranes, and supports the immune system's master gland, the thymus. Also combats tumor formation, cancer, and UV-induced skin aging.
- Vitamin C + bioflavinoids & rutin: Provides protective doses against toxins and radiation (500mg to 2,000 mg).
- Coenzyme Q10: Shields against chemicals and radiation, benefiting the immune system and slowing aging. Vital for heart conditions, high blood pressure, angina, and obesity.
- Vitamin E: Neutralizes harmful free radicals, preserving delicate membranes.
- Zinc: Strengthens T-cell-producing thymus gland. Recommended daily intake: 50 to 100 mg from grains, nuts, seeds, and legumes.
- Selenium: Fights cancer, shields against carcinogens by promoting glutathione peroxidase, a free radical scavenger.
- Proanthocyanadins (Grape seed extract/Pycnogenol): Potent antioxidants counteracting stress, pollution, and radiation.
- DHEA: Dubbed the 'Fountain of Youth' hormone, it extends lifespan, combats stress effects, regulates cholesterol, and rebalances hormones. Aids during menopause, slows free radical production, and inhibits cancer growth. Found in wild yams.
- Foods act like Melatonin or Melatonin: Inhibits cancer growth, replenishes pineal gland-secreted melatonin, influencing sleep, fertility, and immunity. Effective for jet lag and rebalancing after electric field exposure."
Nutritional Foods Against Radiation
Gut-healing Bone Broth:
Chicken bone broth is a powerhouse of nutrients that can be particularly beneficial for soothing and healing the stomach. Rich in amino acids like glutamine, it helps to repair and strengthen the delicate lining of the digestive tract. Additionally, the gelatin and collagen found in bone broth support the production of gastric juices, aiding in smoother digestion. Its high electrolyte content also helps to maintain proper fluid balance, crucial for a healthy gut. The broth's anti-inflammatory properties, courtesy of compounds like chondroitin and glucosamine, work to calm any irritation or inflammation in the stomach lining. All in all, sipping on a warm cup of chicken bone broth can provide much-needed relief and promote the healing process for various stomach ailments.
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Chlorophyll-containing foods: Barley grass and chlorella contain abundant chlorophyll, closely resembling human blood. They excel in cleansing, detoxifying, and healing various conditions. These foods inhibit bacterial growth, detoxify heavy metals, enhance wound healing, cleanse the liver and other organs, deodorize the body, combat colon bacteria, aid in skin disease healing, alleviate ulcers, gastritis, pancreatitis, and other inflammatory conditions. They also assist in gum disease recovery and inhibit radiation and carcinogen activation. Numerous studies highlight chlorophyll's protective effects on irradiated animals. If grass or algae consumption isn't your preference, pure chlorophyll supplements are available. Alternatively, incorporate whole foods rich in chlorophyll and essential nutrients.
Miso, crafted from naturally fermented soybeans, rice, or barley, stands as a rich source of complete protein, supporting digestion and assimilation. Low in fats, it boasts a delightful salty flavor while promoting overall health. Notably, miso aids in neutralizing environmental pollution, including radiation. Though the precise mechanism remains unclear, historical observations reveal that regular miso consumption by the Japanese shielded them from radiation-induced cancer after the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Recent research in Japan further affirms miso's role as a cancerostatic agent.
Lactic Acid Fermented Vegetables and Juices: These foods hold medicinal properties and offer biological benefits for various conditions such as cancer, arthritis, multiple sclerosis, kidney and liver diseases, and digestive disorders. Examples include sauerkraut, beets, carrots, green and red peppers, beet tops, Swiss chard, and celery.
Cultured milk products like yogurt, kefir, buttermilk, and unprocessed cheese are associated with longevity. Real yogurt, made from fresh whole (unhomogenized) milk, contains billions of beneficial bacteria. It includes minimal honey or fructose, and sometimes real fruit. These products also have an unknown component that reduces cholesterol. Yogurt serves as a healthy alternative to ice cream in shakes and smoothies, and can replace sour cream on potatoes. They host friendly bacteria, including lactobacillus acidophilus, which supports a healthy colon environment. These bacteria help eliminate harmful organisms and produce germ-fighting antibodies.
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, and kale offer protective benefits. They contain dithiolthiones, a group of non-toxic compounds with antioxidant, anticancer, and anti-radiation properties. Sources include dark, leafy vegetables (e.g., broccoli, spinach, kale), dark yellow and orange vegetables (e.g., carrots, sweet potatoes), and fruits (e.g., cantaloupe, apricots).
A high-fiber diet comprising whole grains, fruits, and vegetables offers protection against large bowel cancer, according to epidemiological data. Opting for whole grains with their bran and fiber, as well as whole, unprocessed fruits and vegetables, is a healthier choice compared to their processed counterparts.
Foods rich in natural vitamin A include lima beans, potatoes, yams, sweet potatoes, asparagus, tomatoes, onions, and spinach. Fruits like mangoes, grapes, avocados, pears, oranges (including the white under the peel and pulps), apples (including seeds and skin), and strawberries are also excellent sources. Additionally, unsprouted seeds—particularly sunflower, sesame, and pumpkin—along with nuts like almonds and cashews are high in vitamin A. Leafy green vegetables, carob, and teas made from fruit blossoms and leaves (such as peach flowers, strawberry leaves, cherry flowers, and apple blossoms) contribute to this vitamin's intake. Moreover, grasses like wheat and barley are rich sources. Abscisic acid, a vitamin A analog, is abundantly present in these foods, including grasses, seeds, nuts, legumes, mature leaves, and fruits, as well as in apricot pits. The body naturally produces abscisic acid in vivo from raw carrot juice and raw liver.
Sesame seeds, raw, ground (as tahini), offer health benefits. Sesame seed oil contains Complex T, which boosts blood platelets, crucial for infection defense. For those averse to pills, consuming raw sesame seeds or tahini is a viable alternative. Additionally, sesame seeds are rich in essential fatty acids (EFAs), vital for immune system function.