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Best Protection From Radiation Poisoning | Heavy Metals | Smoke

Updated on August 24, 2017

Alternative and Powerful Treatment for Radiation Poisoning, Heavy Metal Toxins and More

With the recent concern over the nuclear plants in Japan after the earthquake and tsunami, it is a good time to understand how you can protect yourself and your family from possible radiation poisoning. One supplement above them all is a super supplement for protecting and diminishing the effects of radiation poisoning. It's called Brown Seaweed and strangely enough, it grows in one spot on the planet...north of Japan!

In this lens, you'll discover the signs of radiation poisoning and where to order this fantastic, supplement to help protect yourself. I hope you join in the debate over nuclear plants...good or bad? And if you know someone who needs support with radiation, please email this site to them.

If You're Concerned About Radiation - Get a Radiation Detector

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Use Seaweed To Protect Yourself From Radiation Poisoning - Brown Seaweed Protects ALL of Your Organs

LaminEssence
LaminEssence

Unlike iodine pills, brown seaweed protects all of your organs not only from active radiation poisoning but also from damage you may already have had due to heavy metals or contaminated foods.

According to Ron Teegarden, founder of Dragon Herbs, seaweed is considered a superfood for all of its health benefits. Of all the seaweeds, brown seaweed is one of the best. Dragon Herbs sells a form of this seaweed called LaminEssence. It particularly fights against the effects of radiation poisoning, protects the thyroid, and acts as an anti-aging agent for all body systems. It was researched and developed initially in Russia to help the people affected by the Chernobyl nuclear disaster.

LaminEssence also releases heavy metals from the body from smoke inhalation. Japanese living near the nuclear plants and other burning buildings have been affected toxic smoke, but just second hand cigarette smoke or smog can build up heavy metals in your system.

Since a big concern of radiation poisoning is it's ability to show up in our food stream, LaminEssence creates immediate protection if consumed before a meal. It boosts the immune system and helps in weight loss...what's not to love about this amazing superfood!?

Although there are other seaweeds on the market, LaminEssence is known for its bioavailability. One of the most interesting facts is that brown seaweed only grows in one place in the world...near the Kuril Islands north of Japan! (And no these islands and their surrounding oceans have NOT be contaminated by radiation).

The Debate About Nuclear Energy - Does the potential for disaster outway the benefits?

Is nuclear energy something to continue?

Going Green Means Going Nuclear - A pro nuclear explanation

Power to Save the World: The Truth About Nuclear Energy
Power to Save the World: The Truth About Nuclear Energy

The author says this in her introduction: "I used to oppose nuclear power, even though the Sierra Club supported it. By the mid-1970s the Sierra Club turned against nuclear power too. However, as we witness the catastrophic consequences of accelerated global temperature increase, prominent environmentalists as well as skeptics like me have started taking a fresh look at nuclear energy. A large percentage of the heat-trapping greenhouse gases, especially carbon dioxide, that thaw Arctic ice and glaciers comes from making electricity, and we rely upon it every second of our lives."

 

The Dangers of Nuclear Energy - The con view of nuclear energy

Insurmountable Risks: The Dangers of Using Nuclear Power to Combat Global Climate Change
Insurmountable Risks: The Dangers of Using Nuclear Power to Combat Global Climate Change

How much will nuclear energy cost relative to other means of getting rid of carbon dioxide emissions? What will be the risks of catastrophic accidents if we build reactors at the rate of one a week or more, cookie-cutter style, around the world? What about the risks of proliferation and terrorist attacks and nuclear waste? This book provides a meticulously researched analysis of the risks of using nuclear energy to combat global warming. Were there no alternative, the severity of the threat facing humankind and other species from global climate change might warrant serious consideration of the risks of nuclear energy. But as Insurmountable Risks convincingly shows, there are far safer economical alternatives.

 

Beyond An Inconvenient Truth - Al Gore Continues to Crusade for Change

There are two views about the greenhouse affect on the planet: That man is making it happen or that the sun is warming up the planet. If it is the first we need to do something sooner or later. If it is the latter, we need to not add to it. In other words...it is time to change how we live on the planet, no matter what is causing the planet to heat up.

Our Choice: A Plan to Solve the Climate Crisis
Our Choice: A Plan to Solve the Climate Crisis

Al Gore's latest book is about solutions not finger pointing and blame. It explores sustainable energy resources as well as innovative practices already being used by countries such as China. He also clearly demonstrates how switching to sustainable energy resources isn't just about climate change but healing many other problems on the planet as well. This book leave the reader feeling empowered and ready to make a difference! All profits from the sale of this book go to a nonprofit organization called Alliance for Climate Protection.

 

It's a gruesome topic, but playing ostrich just isn't going to help. Let's stay informed and prepared.

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      keri-dennisfulmore 

      6 years ago

      The aftermath of Fukishima is very scary to think about. Thanks for a great article and lake algae can help us from all of the above too. Such as E3 live. Check out my article too, about heavy metals and detoxing them.

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      dianbee 

      7 years ago

      http://drdavidbrownstein.blogspot.com/ is an excellent source of info regarding iodine.

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      jolou 

      7 years ago

      Iodine pills have side effects. I live at the Pacific Coast, and heard a pharmacist here was refusing to give the pills to people who were asking for them, unless they had a prescription from a doctor. He said people are not aware they shouldn't be taken by just anyone. However, the supplement sounds like a very safe alternative.

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      gia combs-ramirez 

      7 years ago from Montana

      @RinchenChodron: Good point, Marsha! However, iodine pills only protect your thyroid while LaminEssence protects all of your organs. The seas where the brown seaweed is collected is quite far north of Japan (in fact, Russia claims the seas as well).

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      RinchenChodron 

      7 years ago

      Now the seaweed in the sea outside Northern Japan may be contiminated? The old pills may be safe - but why not just take iodine pills. Great idea for a lens.

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