posted on Mar, 16 2011 @ 05:55 AM
Originally posted by iAnjo
reply to post by pattonisit
Thanks! I'm Fully rested now from that nap! Atm though I'm getting mixed news saying that this crazy wind pushed radiation out or in.
Hey there....fellow American here, but living a bit further south than you. I was in a meeting today (due to my job) with some "higher ups", and
let me reassure you that you'll be OK. The winds are blowing out to sea, away from the mainland, so don't worry about that one.
The radiation is not bad right now....about what you'd get with an x-ray. If you are concerned, eat lots of kelp/seaweed, miso soup, raw sea salt,
other Japanese veggies, beans/lentils, brown rice, and take a really good multi vitamin/mineral supplement. If you have access to spirulina and
chlorella capsules (algae), then take those daily. Limit your diet to the above, don't eat wheat, and don't eat sugar....those suppress the immune
system. All the above items contain elements proven by Japanese Doctors to either bond with radioactive particles within the body and evacuate them,
or prevents radioactive elements from being absorbed, allowing their natural passage. Diet can and WILL protect you if you are concerned. Kelps and
algae are a must! Pick up a few packs of the dried stuff from the commissary and put some in miso soup, and eat it several times a day. The natural
iodine will be good.
Second, the best minds in the U.S. are working with the Japanese to solve the problem with reactors. As it was told to me, the situation is somewhere
between the 3-mile incident and Chernobyle...not good, but not as bad as it could be. The reactors in Japan are at least contained within a
protective container. The news is NOT helping matters any. Yes, the situation is bad, but they're not reporting everything. There are U.S. ships
off the coast, just waiting to be utilized if need be. They will take care of you if and when the situation becomes dire. Planes are still going in
and out of Tokyo, and it's business as usual there.
So rest easy for now, and don't let the panic of those around you get to you. You'll be OK!