posted on May, 30 2012 @ 09:37 AM
Be aware of an authoritative book on this subject that was just self-published on May 16, 2012 by a nutritionist in NY state, USA. The publisher is
AuthorHouse in Bloomington IN (www.authorhouse.com). At the following link, I already posted a "customer review" of that book (scroll to the bottom
of the page to read it):
Briefly, the 20th century above-ground testing of nuclear weapons has raised the global background radiation level to twice what it was before. Since
then, every use of nuclear fission has routinely released low-level ionizing radiation into the environment. Fortunately, there are well-documented
sources such as the above book that list foods and supplements which protect human health against the free radical effects of all sources of
environmental ionizing radiation.
I want to emphasize, however, that much of what has been suggested online (mostly supplements, post-Fukushima) as radio-protective has no associated
data to demonstrate its effectiveness. Bottom line - there's a lot of "fool's gold" online when it comes to radio-protective supplements.