Radiation Levels In Fukushima Rise
Two more earthquakes felt today in Tokyo, Japan. The danger of nuclear contamination is not over.
CONTAMINATED FOOD IDENTIFIED OUTSIDE THE 30 KM EXCLUSION ZONE; Food has already been affected by the nuclear crisis at Fukushima.
Today, the 20 March 2011, we heard on very early morning BBC that some MILK AND SPINACH which come from OUTSIDE THE 30 KM EXCLUSION ZONE AROUND FUKUSHIMA, have been found to have high radioactive levels. This was followed up by an announcement on our own television later.
This information has been played down by the Chief Cabinet Secretary, Yukio Edano, who said that “radiation levels in Tokyo are negligible”, and that “you would have to drink this milk for a whole year” for it to have a bad effect on your health.
Our own news, and BBC commentators, have seemed to have taken Yukio Edano, spokesman for the Japanese Government, for granted. The radiation increase in foods coming from outside the 30 exclusion zone should be taken seriously: The danger to health should not be underestimated. We have not had any more information on the threat to one’s health which comes from eating this food.
You just cannot really monitor the radiation that easily. Yukio Edano says you would have to drink the milk for a year before you suffered adverse effects, but that is an assessment based on the idea that the risks of radiation poisoning is coming from just polluted milk. Yukio’s statement is not taking into consideration the fact that radiation will be all about this area: If it can fall onto food such as spinach,which absorbs it, then it will also fall on YOU, and YOU WILL ABSORB THIS RADIATION.
When the French were testing their atom bombs in the Pacific years ago, at the Mururoa atoll, we in New Zealand were in line for a dose of radiation via the winds and clouds coming our way. Those of us in the know stopped drinking animal milk around this time, even if we were not allergic to it. Chances were that the high incidence of allergies to milk came partly from the higher than normal amounts of radioactive poison, as well as the other poisons which were poured onto grazing land around this time. Many of us figured that it was simply best not to take the chance.
We had an easy choice to make: If radiation built up in milk, because of cow’s picking it up, then we would avoid using milk to avoid this much contamination. Broad leafed plants such as silver beet and comfrey were also thought to have higher concentrations of radioactive material, because they had a wide surface for the fall out to rest on.
SINCE RADIATION IS ACCUMULATIVE, eating radioactive food posses an enormous DANGER TO YOUR HEALTH.
Yukio’s statement of reassurance ignores the fact that ALL FOOD COMING FROM THIS AREA WILL GET CONTAMINATED. IF MILK AND SPINACH ARE AFFECTED, EVERY OTHER FOOD WILL ALSO BE AFFECTED. THIS IS BECAUSE THE RADIOACTIVE PARTICLES ARE AN UNSEEN FORCE IN THE AIR. THEY COVER ALL THE GROUND, AND ANY PLANTS GROWING THERE.
Avoid drinking dairy milk. Because radioactive chemicals will travel far and wide, and they get concentrated in grass-fed animals such as dairy cows, milk should be avoided. Dairy milk, especially within a 500 mile radius of the nuclear disaster, will have extremely high concentrations of radioactive chemicals.
Even milk from locations further away will have higher than normal amounts of radioactive material . Milk all over the world will be affected by the radiation which has been leaked into the air from the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plants.
CHOROPHYLL; Food high in chlorophyl will help to remove radiation from your body, to a certain extent. Try to get foods which come from other, clean parts of the world.
IODINE: Kelp and Spirilina are probably some of the best foods to use for your iodine content, and for extra chlorophyl.
IODINE Paint on the soles of the feet and on the scalp. Use just a few drops, twice or thrice a week, if you live anywhere near the nuclear danger zone in Japan, or near any other nuclear power plant. This will help protect you against absorbing radiation into your thyroid gland.