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The Anti-Radiation Wireless Radiation Diet

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Published on Apr 27, 2010

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Healthy Tips

The Anti-Radiation Diet

Recommended Foods and Supplements to Help Protect Your Health
A balanced body can heal itself but it needs your help. Its important to pay close attention to the foods and dietary supplements you consume. Heres why.

Diet and your bodys susceptibility to radiation are closely entwined. Radiation and pollutants destroy vitamins A, C, E, K several N vitamins, essential fatty acids, calcium and neuro-hormones. If your body lacks calcium. Potassium and other nutrients, it will more readily absorb the radioactive elements that are similar in structure to these nutrients.

Your best bet is to eat natural, fresh, organic (as much as possible) unprocessed foods, avoiding, white sugar, red meat, refined wheat, caffeine and homogenized milk.

Here is a list of widely recommended foods and food supplements that can help to balance your body chemistry. This list is by no means exhaustive, but it will give you a good starting place.

PROTECTIVE SUPPLEMENTS
1. Calcium/magnesium
The New England Journal of Medicine reported that calcium may prevent precancerous cells from becoming cancerous. It also protects against strontium 90 (similar structure to calcium) and other radioisotopes.

2. Vitamin A or beta carotene
This vitamin manufactures antibodies, maintains and protects mucus membranes, and protects the thymus gland, the master gland of the immune system. It helps guard against tumor formation and cancer, as well as reverses aging process of the skin caused by ultraviolet light.

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