How to Remove Radiation From Your Body Naturally

Radiation can be removed from your body through many natural methods and naturally occurring elements. Learning about these could mean the difference between good health and the possibility of facing diseases such as cancer.

In the light of recently occurring events, it becomes imperative that we hone up our knowledge on the different ways in which we can remove radiation from our body, or even try to eliminate it completely.

Now, when the winds from Japan are caring high amounts of radiation to US, it’s very important to stock up on the products below.

Potassium iodide is FDA approved and available without prescription as well. You can also look at seaweed, which can prevent the occurrence of thyroid cancer, as a source of natural iodine.

Recent studies have indicated that Spirulina is also quite helpful in anti-radiation therapy and according to research that has been conducted with children in Chernobyl, Spirulina can also help as a medication for radiation poisoning. It can prevent the occurrence of diseases such as leukemia and help the body fight bacterial and viral infections. When taken orally, it can also help in removing barium from the body. 

Chlorella, in particular, has the ability to neutralize radiation and remove toxins such as cadmium, dioxins and PCBs from the body. It’s ability to detoxify uranium, lead and copper has also made it very valuable, especially considering the scenario today. 

When it comes to getting rid of radiation from your body, fulvic acid is right on top of the list, as it can break down heavy metals and toxins in the body and even throw it out of the system. It also doesn't have any side effects. 

Preventive measures are very important especially today as there’s no saying how far radioactive fallout can travel and reach us. It’s indeed better to be prepared and understand the different ways in which we can prevent radiation from reaching us. Of course, learning how we can remove the radiation is equally important.

 

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