Mission for humanity
Detox from Radioactive fallout from the last 66 years 🙂
The fallout from all the nuclear testing, the use of nuclear weaponary and the various nuclear accidents have increased our collective degenerative diseases burdens, and of future generations.
So I am simply giving you pointers here of things that may help you detox this burden.
Please do your own research for more indepth information. I found the below website helpful in understanding the science behind radioactive fallout:
Radioactive fallout contains very harmful particles.
That includes radioactive isotopes of many elements that in their normal state are essential to human health.
Iodine which seems to have been mentioned alot is just one of them. Some of the others include: iron, cobalt, zinc, selenium.
I would tackle the problem in a number of ways:
1) Mineralize yourself with all the essential elements (not just iodine)
2) Do a general detox according to your unique health and comfortzone
3) Make sure you get all the essential fatty acids in your diet
4) Drink around 8 to 10 glasses of water everyday
5) Get as much exercise as you can, massages and detox baths
6) keep a balanced emotional, mental attitude
7) Feed your spirit with intangibles of your persuasion.. religion, nature ..whatever..
8) Consider fasting or eating a little less (This is only for someone with no major health challenges)
All vegetables in particularly the following: Spinach, cabbage, beetroot, carrots, kelp, kombu and other sea vegetables
All low sugar fruits in particularly the following: non sweet fruits like tomatoes, avocados, cucumbers, corgettes, peppers
All good quality nuts and oils particularly the following: Brazil, hemp oil, linseed oil, olive oil, coconut oil, black seed oil
Sprouted lentils and beans/ cooked lentils and bean, brown rice, quinoa, buckwheat, millet
Water, red wine, grape juice, aloe vera juice, noni juice, wheatgrass juice, celery juice, wild greens juice, green and black tea
Sodium bicarbonate, MSM, all spices and herbs mentioned below
Turmeric, cinnamon, cloves, chillies, ginger, rosemary, coriander, olive leaf
Multivitamins, MSM, spirulina, chlorella, sodium bicarbonate, epsom salts, fullers clay, resveratol, cysteine, lipoic acid, glutathion, potassium iodide, uranium nitricum, coq10, krill oil, melatonin
Miso soup, reishi mushroom, organic yoghurt and eggs, bee polen, royal jelly, Indian black salt
N.B Potassium iodide tablets can cause allergies in those over 40 in particular as per one source of information.
Avoid altogether if you can th following: white sugar, white bread, fried foods, junk food, junk drinks, alcohol other then wine.
Do not follow the above prescriptively however do the best you can under your circumstances.
All the best
Just an update, I found the following website very informative
These guys are like a breath of fresh air..
So… they started on Libya now…
One hundred and twelve Tomahawk missiles is what they have apparently used …for starters…
So I thought I would just check if there will be any EXTRA depleted uranium flying around the Mediterranean..and lo behold I found there is a strong possibility.
BGM-109 Tomahawk (Unitary & Penetrator Versions). Tomahawk has evolved
through several versions including the conventional land attack missile (TLAM/C),
It is not clear whether earlier unitary warhead versions of Tomahawk contained DU
munitions. This was denied by the US Navy in 1999. However according to FAS “the
Tomahawk Baseline Improvement Program (TBIP) will also enhance its hard target
penetrating capability beyond current weapons systems. These missiles are expected
to enter service around 2000.”
“On 27 May 1999 Raytheon was awarded a $25,829,379 undefinitized cost-plusincentive-
fee/cost-plus-fixed-fee, ceiling amount contract for the modification of the
Tactical Tomahawk missile to the Tactical Tomahawk Penetrator Variant
configuration as part of the Second Counter-Proliferation Advanced Concept
Technology Demonstration. The Tactical Tomahawk missile will be modified to
incorporate the government-furnished penetrator warhead and the hard-target smart
fuze.” Quotes from FAS at http://www.fas.org/man/dod-101/sys/smart/bgm-109.htm
Tomahawks can carry a 1000 lb warhead. This could be the AUP-1000 specified in
WPNS 114 in 1997 for the GBU-32 upgrade. Or it could be 4 x 250 lbs Small Smart
Bombs with high penetration warheads. Prototype and production schedules for
Tactical Tomahawk are not known but if an existing warhead is incorporated it seems
likely that prototypes at least may have been among the 60 sea launched Tomahawks
in the first week of the Afghan war. See also information on the Raytheon website at
Well add this to the mega dosage of radioactive isotopes etc coming our way from the Japanese nuclear reactors, we better DO something…
Anyone fancy a detox? I started from last night 🙂
Just an update: http://www.thiscantbehappening.net/node/530
Some of you may be aware that US state department spokesman PJ Crowley resigned after calling the treatment of the man accused of leaking secret cables to Wikileaks “stupid”
Thanks for sharing below Amy xx
You know when someone is seeking your attention and you feel that, “sense of being stared at”, well throughout the last week I have been having a similar kind of experience… I can be sitting doing something anything..and out of the blue my attention is bought to this relationship and it stays for a while and then goes.
Last Thursday, I was cleaning a filing cabinet on which stands a large photo frame, which has a collage of photos of my children..
Well, it just fell and glass crashed everywhere. I felt really upset… something did not feel right, it was like an omen and I just felt really agitated.
I went to sleep that night comfortably, but in the early hours of the morning I was in that half awake half asleep state when I heard a young boy shout “Mummy!”
The sadness and despair in that child’s voice woke me up in a shaken state, my heart was pounding and I felt terribly sad. It was Friday the 11th of March.
I normally see to housewife matters before going on the computer but I just got out of bed and walked to the computer (I have no TV for news) and looked… in disbelief at the nightmarish news in Japan… In such situations I feel the best I can offer is my love, prayers and spiritual connectedness…And so I did. I knew then, that this was an accident of a terrible magnitude for the children of mother Earth.
All this week a very dear friend of mine has been missing someone badly. I have not yet dared ask him but I think it is his mother.. His life story has brought tears to my eyes on many occasions..especially where the mother and child connection is concerned..
Last night I dreamt of my own mother. She looked very young and very happy. She persisted she wanted to hug me but there were many people between us. Even so she somehow magically stretched out to reach me and she hugged me joyfully!
So as these thoughts have been reigning supreme I will celebrate this magic mother and child relationship by sharing some songs from my childhood.
The below songs bring back many memories for me. I want to dedicate them to all the mothers of the world and their children xx
I dedicate the below article to all those affected by high levels of radiation.
All those who have got/getting bombed by depleted uranium lined ammunition and all our brothers and sisters affected by the latest nuclear tragedy…
I wonder if the Iraqi people, the Afghan people and their neighbours are even aware of the use of iodine to protect themselves from radiation? I guess not. Not by the alarming number of deformed children being born in Iraq. I don’t have any data for Afghanistan but I will be surprised if the story is not the same there too….
I have a close Polish friend who was affected by the Chernobyl disaster. She feels many people in Poland were damaged by the radiation including her… She has had many health issues including severe thyroid problems..
Below are a few paragraphs from Scientific American on the use of iodine as a precautionary measure against radiation:
“As a precautionary measure against radiation exposure, the Japanese have also distributed 230,000 units of potassium iodide tablets, comprising a stable form of iodine, to evacuation centers in the area around the Fukushima Daiichi and Fukushima Daini nuclear power complexes, according to the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA). Potassium iodide, which is available in the U.S. in 130- and 65-milligram doses (smaller doses are given to children), has been shown to protect the thyroid gland from the radioactive form of iodine released by nuclear accidents or emergencies that could lead to thyroid cancer.
Thyroid cancer ended up being the biggest negative health impact caused by the Chernobyl nuclear reactor disaster, according to a report issued last month by the United Nations Scientific Committee on the Effects of Atomic Radiation. The report (pdf) specifies that more than 6,000 Russian, Ukrainian and Belarusian residents who were children at the time of the disaster had been diagnosed with thyroid cancer as of 2006, the disaster’s 20th anniversary. Fifteen of these people had died as of 2005. The incidence of thyroid cancer in contaminated areas of the Ukraine and Belarus was triple that of normal thyroid cancer incidence in the area, although the study’s authors acknowledge that more attention was paid to medical examinations and improved record-keeping in those areas affected by the Chernobyl event.”
For all those who may want more information on general benefits of iodine please google the below link.
I found it very informative. I have quoted below a little bit of the information from this link, I hope it is helpful.
What can high-iodine foods do for you?
* Help ensure proper thyroid gland functioning
Concentrated food sources of iodine include sea vegetables (e.g kelp), yogurt, cow’s milk, eggs, strawberries and mozzarella cheese. Fish and shellfish can also be concentrated sources of iodine.
What is Iodine?
If you backpack in the mountains, you may have used iodine tablets to purify your drinking water. Or, perhaps you’ve used an iodine-based disinfectant to clean a minor skin wound. But did you know that iodine is essential to life?
Iodine, a trace mineral, is required by the body for the synthesis of the thyroid hormones, thyroxine (T4) and triiodothyronine (T3). (T4 contains 4 iodine atoms. When one of the iodine atoms is stripped off of T4, it becomes T3, with 3 iodine atoms remaining.)
Under normal circumstances, your body contains approximately 20 to 30 mg of iodine, most of which is stored in your thyroid gland, located in the front of your neck, just under your voice box. Smaller amounts of iodine are also found in lactating mammary glands, the stomach lining, salivary glands, and in the blood.
How it Functions
What is the function of iodine?
As a component of the thyroid hormones thyroxine (T4) and triiodothyronine (T3), iodine is essential to human life. Without sufficient iodine, your body is unable to synthesize these hormones, and because the thyroid hormones regulate metabolism in every cell of the body and play a role in virtually all physiological functions, an iodine deficiency can have a devastating impact on your health and well-being.
Regulating thyroid hormones
The synthesis of thyroid hormones is tightly controlled. When the amount of thyroid hormone in your blood drops, the pituitary gland secretes a hormone called thyroid-stimulating hormone (TSH). As its name suggests, TSH then stimulates the thyroid gland to increase its uptake of iodine from the blood, so that more thyroxine (T4) can be synthesized. When necessary, thyroxine is then converted to the metabolically active triiodothyronine (T3), a process that involves removing one iodine atom from T4.
Several other physiological functions for iodine have been suggested. Iodine may help inactivate bacteria, hence its use as a skin disinfectant and in water purification. Iodine may also play a role in the prevention of fibrocystic breast disease, a condition characterized by painful swelling in the breasts, by modulating the effect of the hormone estrogen on breast tissue. Finally, researchers hypothesize that iodine deficiency impairs the function of the immune system and that adequate iodine is necessary to prevent miscarriages.
What are deficiency symptoms for iodine?
In the early part of the 20th century, iodine deficiency was quite common in the United States and Canada. However, this problem has since been almost completely resolved by the use of iodized salt. In addition, iodine is now added to animal feed, which has increased the iodine content of commonly consumed foods, including cow’s milk.
Unfortunately, in countries where iodized salt is not commonly consumed, iodine deficiency remains a signficant problem. Dietary deficiency of this vital mineral results in decreased synthesis of thyroid hormone.
Goiter, or enlargement of the thyroid gland, is usually the earliest visible symptom of iodine deficiency. (Goiter can occur for many other reasons as well, but iodine deficiency is among the most common causes worldwide.) The enlargement of the thyroid results from overstimulation of the thyroid gland by thyroid stimulating hormone (TSH), as the body attempts to produce increased amounts of thyroid hormone.
Goiter is more common in certain geographical areas of the world where iodine is lacking in the diet and where selenium is lacking in the soil. (Selenium is directly involved with certain activities of the thyroid gland.) (and immunity in general)
Iodine deficiency may eventually lead to hypothyroidism, which causes a variety of symptoms including fatigue, weight gain, weakness and/or depression. Interestingly, iodine deficiency can also cause hyperthyroidism, a condition characterized by weight loss, rapid heart beat, and appetite fluctations.
Severe iodine deficiency during pregnancy or infancy causes cretinism, a condition characterized by hypothyroidism leading to failure of the thyroid gland and/or severe mental retardation, stunted physical growth, deafness, and spasticity. If discovered in its initial stages, cretinism can be corrected with iodine supplementation.
What are toxicity symptoms for iodine?
Accidental overdose of iodine from medications or supplements in amounts exceeding one gram may cause burning in the mouth, throat and stomach and/or abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting, dirarrhea, weak pulse, and coma.
It is difficult to take in too much iodine from food sources alone. It is estimated that men and women consume at most 300 mcg and 210 mcg of iodine per day, respectively. In general, even high intakes of iodine from food are well-tolerated by most people.
However, in certain circumstances, excessive consumption of iodine can actually inhibit the synthesis of thyroid hormones, thereby leading to the development of goiter (enlargement of the thyroid gland) and hypothyroidism. Excessive iodine intake may also cause hyperthyroidism, thyroid papillary cancer, and/or iodermia (a serious skin reaction).
In an attempt to prevent these symptoms of iodine toxicity, the Institute of Medicine established the following Tolerable Upper Intake Levels (TUL) for iodine:
* 1-3 years: 900 mcg
* 4-8 years: 300 mcg
* 9-13 years: 600 mcg
* 14-18 years: 900 mcg
* 19 years and older: 1,100 mcg
* Pregnant women 14-18 years: 900 mcg
* Pregnant women 19 years and older: 1,100 mcg
* Lactating women 14-18 years: 900 mcg
* Lactating women 19 years and older: 1,100 mcg
It is important to note that if you have an autoimmune thyroid disease (for example, Grave’s disease or Hashimoto’s disease) or if you have experienced an iodine deficiency at some point in your life, you may be more susceptible to the dangers of excessive iodine consumption, and may, therefore, need to monitor your intake of iodine more carefully.
Impact of Cooking, Storage and Processing
How do cooking, storage, or processing affect iodine?
Food processing practices often increase the amount of iodine in foods. For example, the addition of potassium iodide to table salt to produce “iodized” salt has dramatically increased the iodine intake of people in developed countries. In addition, iodine-based dough conditioners are commonly used in commercial bread-making, which increases the iodine content of the bread.