reply to post by Alekto
There are many ways to mitigate radiation exposure and monitoring your levels will inform you as to whether you need to take extra steps for you and
1. Don't go out in the rain. If you get exposed to rain shower immediately with Baking Soda. Baking soda neutralizes much radiation. Scrub hard. If
you got exposed walking the dog, wash the dog too (pets get more exposure). Wash clothes with baking soda.
2. Remove outdoor shoes and clothing outside (don't wear contaminated closes inside).
3. Soak veggies in backing soda bath for 20 minutes. Especially leafy greens (the leaves and surfaces trap airborne radiation) and mushrooms.
4. Stick to root veggies as much as possible. Avoid dairy and meat (these foods bioaccumulate rads). Greenhouse veggies are a bit better than
5. Filter your drinking water with reverse-osmosis if possible, if not possible use charcoal filters.
6. Use a hepa filter to filter indoor air (hepa filters were first developed in nuclear labs).
7. Take supplements to boost your immune system generally.
- Zyolite or benzonite clay is a rad absorber.
- Vitamin C
- Vitamin D
- Miso soup (not from Japan) has shown very positive results for sufferers of the atomic bomb rad exposure.
8. Don't eat anything out of the oceans, including seaweeds. Pacific and Atlantic. Between Fuku and BP the ocean is a mess.
9. Don't each anything from Japan, including tea and rice.
10. Don't eat anything that appears 'mutated' (many fruits and veggies are turning up with weird growths and strange shapes).
11. Avoid any exposure to snow, especially at high altitudes.
12. Avoid flying as much as possible (contaminated air column). If you do step up your mitigation and immune support habits for 4 - 6 weeks
The extent that you do any or all of these things will depend on the rad levels in your area that you can measure with a GC, however many foods travel
long distances and most GC can't measure rads in food.
There are a ton of other steps you can take and folks here and elsewhere may have other suggestions also.