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Radiation Protection for Children and Pregnancy

The Natural Plan is the Most Likely the Only Way.

Radiation protection means to assist, nourish and replenish supplies of cellular substances that help prevent the long term or acute damage.  Here is a list of nutrients that are non-toxic at the dosages given, are easy to administer and should be given to every pregnant mother in the Northern Hemisphere as well as infant and child:

1.    Antioxidant nutrients.  This includes turmeric, Vitamin E, Selenium, Rosemary, N-Aceytl-Cysteine (NAC) (our store).  Foods that contain these products are Indian food (turmeric),  acai berries, pomegranates, blueberries, blackberries, beets, broccoli, Brussels sprouts, alfalfa sprouts, for example. A favorite is the Sambazon Rio Acai smoothie popsicle.  Dosages for the above for children are turmeric 250mg/day, Vitamin E 400 IU/day, Selenium 100-200 mcg/day, Rosemary (see if it is in blends, and add to the green drink), NAC 200 mg/day.
2.    Flavonoids such as Acerola, Amla (vitamin C), - and quercetin.  These are found in the health food store.  We currently use appox. 500 mg. once a day for children in our clinic.
3.    Catechins, as in green tea.  These can be found in various powders at the health food store, contained in many greens drinks.  Warning: some green drinks may contain Lead, as our clinic has received analysis of several products and found the ones that are pure, feel free to email us if you have a need for more information.  Use a good greens powder with this ingredient. We currently use ½ serving for children, once a day. 
4.    Carotenoids, as in Vitamin A, this is helpful to protect skin, digestive and lung cells.  Childs dose: 25,000 per day.  This is not toxic.
5.    Melatonin, used for jet-lag, also has a radioprotective effect according to several good university studies.  Childrens dose: 2-3 mg/day (before bed)
6.    Genestein: although there are some studies showing its radio-protective value, it may be unnecessary for children below the age of 12 since the estrogens metabolism is still premature, bad estrogens are minimal.
7.    Iodine:  Sea Vegetables or seaweeds such as Kelp contain Iodine, and can be used in miso soup, which also in itself was discovered to prevent some cancers in Japan after Hiroshima.  This is the perfect kids combo for nearly every-day protection.  I would go out of my way, however, to make sure the seaweeds are originating from the East coast or elsewhere than Japan, a feat not so easy to accomplish.
8.    Potassium Iodide, in case of a strong release from a nuclear meltdown, can be used as follows:
(Dosages are as follows for 2 weeks only):

Babies birth to 1 month:  16 mg/day
Children
1-3 years:  32 mg/day
3-18 years, under 150 lb: 65 mg/day, over 150 lb: 130 mg/day
Adults: 130 mg/day
Pregnant women should consult their doctors, but the advice of the author is to take a 16 mg dose twice a day, along with high doses of seaweeds such as Arame, which is higher than Kelp in its Iodine content.

And parents:  NO CELL PHONES FOR CHILDREN (goes without saying).


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