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Radiation Expert - Recomends Kelp and other stuff over Iodine

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posted on Mar, 15 2011 @ 09:18 PM

Radiation Expert - Recomends Kelp and other stuff over Iodine

World renowned toxicologist, Dr. Hildegarde Staninger and expert at radiation poisoning gives her recommendation on how to protect yourself against radiation poisoing. She recommends Kelp and natural sources of iodine over synthetic iodine tablets. . She says the radiation is definitely coming to the united states in a week.

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Radiation from Japanese Nuclear Plants will reach the United States Next Week. Will you be prepared?
Posted March 15, 2011
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Reporter: Jennifer H. Jones, Los Angeles
Environmental News

Radiation one thousand times above normal has been reported at a nuclear power plant in northeastern Japan. This occurred after managers at the plant issued an unprecedented order to open a valve at the earthquake impacted nuclear power plant in Fukushima, Japan. These high levels of radiation will not only impact the residents of the area around the plant but will also effect the health of residents in the United States and elsewhere.

The radiation released in Japan will start to flow towards the United States and will arrive on the west coast in areas such as California, Washington, Oregon by next week, approximately 7 days after the earthquake. The east coast such as New York and Florida will be impacted a couple days after the west coast. Residents of the United States as well as Japan should take proper precautions to protect their bodies from absorbing the radiation. Protecting the thyroid gland is especially important.

In order to best decide how one can protect themselves from the radiation poisoning I contacted world renowned toxicologist, Dr. Hildegarde Staninger, RIET-1, who runs a detoxification and integrative medicine clinic in Los Angeles, California.

Dr. Staninger has won prestigious honors for her scientific expertise and is known for her work during Operation Desert Shield. She is an expert in detecting radiation poisoning and assists her patients to detoxify their bodies of radiation, molds (and their metabolites), fungus, heavy metals, pesticides and other hazardous materials such as nanomaterials, petrochemicals and other foreign materials. Patients contact her from all over the world to improve their health using her unique, all natural and alternative healing methods.

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posted on Mar, 15 2011 @ 09:18 PM
This is my toxicologist in los angeles. She has a detox clinic called Integrative Health Systems on larchmont blvd and is an expert at radiation poisoning and detoxing the body of "poisons and chemicals". She recommends natural sources of iodine such as sea vegetables like kelp to protect the thyroid from radiation poisoning. She has kelp supplements in stock for anyone worried that they cannot get iodine. Her website is I like her supplements because i know they are lab tested to not contain any gmo's, metals or other chemicals.
(visit the link for the full news article)

posted on Mar, 15 2011 @ 09:32 PM
Removed, because I might be wrong.

edit on 15-3-2011 by getreadyalready because: (no reason given)

There are a great many sites that don't distinguish between Iodine and Iodide, so I will have to look into it further. Sorry for jumping in too early.
edit on 15-3-2011 by getreadyalready because: (no reason given)

posted on Mar, 15 2011 @ 09:34 PM
Good info.
I have noticed lots of kelp/Iodine available freely here in UK at good prices and ready supply-although have noticed sellers on ebay and others have increased prices.


I note the mods comments.
Given that this is a subject lots are talking of (I have seen at least 5 different posters across 4 threads ) asking,
Would it not be a good idea to have a dedicated thread that was devoted to the Potassiun Iodite and derivitives issues.?
edit on 15-3-2011 by martin3030 because: (no reason given)

I have spent the best part of the last 2 days looking at dozens of sites and info.
I am still no further in knowing what exactly is what.
edit on 15-3-2011 by martin3030 because: (no reason given)

posted on Mar, 15 2011 @ 09:36 PM
Also the map used in the report has been deemed a "hoax"

I am preparing........but steering away from this one........

posted on Mar, 15 2011 @ 09:46 PM
I knew I recognized that name. Involved in a non-accredited, questionable school in D.C.. No real Degree's and the courts reject her testimony because she uses fraudulent methods and is not qualified. Makes claims that can not be confirmed and hides her past.

Looks like she is another Snake Oil Salesman taking advantage of people who are sick. Time for the media to do a sting.

She is right about Kelp having ample iodine, but I don't think she is qualified to even advise. None of her claimed qualifications seem to check out and her education is being kept secret by her for some reason.

In my opinion she is taking advantage of people who think they have Morgellons. People you can trust don't hide their past and pretend to be something they are not. Confidence People do however. Beware this person.

Link to some info from anothers research of her.

"I have a close friend who has now been following Dr. Staninger's protocol for 3 months. She purchased a $4000 infrared sauna, etc. Dr. Staninger has told her she has cured patients with Morgellons disease; yet, when my friend -- whose symptoms have not abated 1 degree -- asks for the names and telephone numbers of a few patients Dr. Staninger has cured -- she is stonewalled. It would seem to me that for most Morgellon sufferers who contact Dr. Staninger looking for help -- especially those who commit to her treatment protocol -- asking for referrals would be pretty standard procedure. The fact that Dr. Staninger has yet to provide my friend with the names and numbers of patients she claims to have cured bothers me and more importantly my friend is losing confidence in the treatment considering her conditions persist: burning, searing pain; fibers coming through her skin, etc. For the burning, searing pain -- Dr. Staninger has recommended applying olive oil. My friend says it maybe helps a little but doesn't really relieve the burning. Does this sound like a professional who is successfully treating Morgellons disease? Olive oil"

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posted on Mar, 15 2011 @ 09:50 PM
I cannot help it, but I kind of felt like the words she used was trying to scare the hell out of me. I am all for being blunt and to the point but I figured as a doctor, she would have used a few more technical terms that I would have had to go look up.

So, was she giving us the worse case scenario when the fallout reaches us or what we can honestly expect? She did not really give any other advice other than how to give ourselves a foot bath, which will be the furthest from my mind if I am getting irradiated. And her other tips, which I am not doubting by any means, but the majority of it seems to be for people that has been using her ideas for some time to build up the appropriate "resistance". That probably does not do most of us any good if we only have a week before it gets here, myself included. If what she says is true, and if it is as bad as she describes, I suppose we should be finding us a place to stay out of it too? Or would us staying inside, where it is safe until we can take certain damage control measures; damage our economy too much and business as usual?

posted on Mar, 15 2011 @ 10:00 PM
i have a question i would like answered by someone who knows what they are talking about. is it going to become very important in the months to come to only eat home grown products? im in australia and so far doesnt look like it will effect us, but can food such as vegies and meat contain radiation from countries exposed?

posted on Mar, 15 2011 @ 10:03 PM
I'm convinced now she is a fraud in my opinion. People should check that link I posted and repeat the process of checking her out. All roads lead back to her and nothing is verifiable.

School she taught at was not accredited and no longer exists. Where she got her degree is being kept secret. Awards are not verifiable. Some things only exist on sites that have a copy of what she says about herself. She sells overpriced preparations and devices that likely are worthless.

I smell a Rat here.

posted on Mar, 15 2011 @ 10:06 PM
#1 your post is too long.
#2 i would rather risk radiation than attempt to read about kelp.
#3 if kelp is the solution im sure someone other than people on ats will write about it and it will be on some news channel.

ALSO: all of the information you posted that this "doctor" said about the radiation and all the information about where the radiation will travel and how fast has been posted in other areas of this site. im not going to bother finding you links because there are too many of them and all you need to do is type japan into the search bar.
edit on 15-3-2011 by iheartprplkoolaid because: additional info

posted on Mar, 15 2011 @ 10:06 PM
reply to post by punterdeb

Get your information from qualified people, not here. These questions are too important to go to unqualified people on a Board for information.

Likely where you are, this is a non-event.

posted on Mar, 15 2011 @ 10:10 PM
reply to post by victory1971

She says the radiation is definitely coming to the united states in a week.

Missed that. Talk about a red flag. Expect her to suddenly have a supply of something to sell that can only be bought from her. She is likely out gathering Kelp right now to shove it in a bottle and charge huge prices for it. Sorry but this woman does not check out at all.

posted on Mar, 15 2011 @ 10:13 PM
reply to post by Blaine91555

This seemed like a scam to me as well.

I think the OP should get a new toxicologist, because I don't think his actually has a medical degree.

posted on Mar, 15 2011 @ 11:11 PM
Doctor = sounds like a quack.

Kelp can never be a bad thing. I'll pick some up tomorrow.

But as I was reading, I thought she sounded odd. Later posters confirmed it.

posted on Mar, 15 2011 @ 11:40 PM
This is a hoax for the umpteenth time.

posted on Mar, 15 2011 @ 11:50 PM
reply to post by punterdeb

Good question,given the soaring food prices,its something many are already looking at.
In the UK I have noticed and am personally aware of an increase of people looking to rely on their own food.
Of course it depends how much space you have since theres a big difference to having a couple of chickens,than a couple of cows or sheep.
We have already had scares from Swine disease to mad cows disease,and salmonella from poultry.
It never stopped anyone eating long term.
Land contamination is something that no one can ignore,yet nature in the Belarus region of Chernobyl is documented to be thriving,as is plantlife.
Of course its very hard to believe that even after so long,there is still no risks.

posted on Mar, 16 2011 @ 08:25 AM
reply to post by Blaine91555

The thing I see in reply to this post is "She is right about what she says on Iodine and kelp" but she is not a doctor or her credentials are hidden or she s a fraud.

But If what she says is TRUE then what does it matter of her credentials on this point of this matter?

She is telling the truth and people can disregard it because she is not a doctor or she is a fraud and she..she she...

but she is telling the truth, I for one don't care if she is a doctor or a plumber if this information is true then I am going to listen. maybe her idea on the radiation coming over is wrong, fair enough, but who wouldn't or couldn't benefit from knowing this form of protection. We in the U.S.A. already have some regions that are radiation polluted and this could help a lot of people. We need to think of of that and focus on the truth being said rather than where it's coming from or who is saying it.

In conclusion:
TRUTH IS TRUTH even if it's on the back of a bubble gum wrapper, in a comic strip or being muttered by a drunken hobo.

posted on Mar, 17 2011 @ 06:39 PM
I see that the vultures are still trying to cash in.
I could not believe my eyes to see this £500 buy it now.
They even think it is justified by saying that one was recently sold for £1,000.
Hopefully people will show the same contempt this seller deserves and give them a very wide berth.
These people disgust me.

posted on Mar, 18 2011 @ 10:08 PM
OK, whether or not this is going to be an issue, today I purchased I located kelp tablets at my local grocery store today in the natural/supplement aisle. I was passing through to get my multivitamins. Ironically, they were on sale for $4.99. 100 capsules, brand is "Naturally Preferred", the dose is 600 mg and the recommended dose is 1 capsule per day.

The warning on the label says:

Therapeutic use is not recommended in hyperthyroidism. Long-term therapeutic use is not recommended. Take with adequate water. Discontinue use if unusual symptoms occur. Do not use if pregnant or nursing.

I have just taken my first with a full glass of water.

If anyone is interested in taking sea kelp pills, it is very possible that you will find them in your local natural foods store or aisle for a reasonable price. Some people say they are useless. Others say they are not. With all of the conflicting information, I figure it to be a sensible course of action and realize it will not hurt me at this level. No price gouging on this stuff.

posted on Jun, 28 2011 @ 07:10 PM
Forgive me if im posting somewhere where i shouldn't, i'm a total noob here, just found some unusual information relating to Dr Hildegarde Staninger & thought this would be a good place to share it.
I know she is in the field of helping cure Morgellons & her site looks very friendly and so on, bt the first thing i noticed was the initial IHS at the top, which stand for Integrative Health Systems.... or does it?
Anyone with knowledge of Catholic conspiracy & Egyptology would probably recognize those initials as Isis Horus Seb / Set, if that was the only coincidence i could probably overlook it quite quickly, but as i had been researching papal crests & coats of arms i noticed their logo is eerily similar to them.

IHS logo

Kingdom of Flanders coat of arms

Sir John Whyte White coat of arms

Cathar coat of arms

Pope Pius IX

The symbology of the lion is explained here as a Rampant lion

I have not gotten much further into this, it may all be innocent, but the one thing that made me suspicious was a small incident on facebook, i was invited to an event by them, i noticed the logo instantly, put a very short comment down saying 'IHS? Isis Horus Seb?' and it was deleted and i was de-friended by the person who sent it, and blocked all within 10 seconds, i thought that was a bit extreme for such an innocuous comment... if it was innocuous.
They were advertising a hypnotism seminar, my conspiratorial mind instantly thought of Egyptology brainwashing xD
am i over thinking this or does anyone else think there is something unusual about this?

this is their site too, looks all happy & health oriented

any comments are appreciated, thankyou

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