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Wednesday, 16 March 2011
Radiation: It's Something We All Have To Deal With

Over the last few days, there's been lots of expert opinion about radiation and just how much we can absorb. If there's one common denominator to all these opinions, it's the fear of radiation. 

As you can see from the chart above, radiation is a common occurrence on planet Earth. It's interesting to see that "Radon" is the most natural radiation source.

As well as nuclear reactors and the sun, we get radiation from all kinds of sources like marble, granite and bananas

We can't avoid radiation and we shouldn't go paranoid about it.

Any kind of radiation is a toxin like PCB, DDT and some food preservatives. The body has to get rid of these poisons just like it gets rid of wastes and diseases. Toxins can cause cancer and other bad conditions.

It's important to have a diet that is rich in vitamins, minerals and antioxidants to fight toxins. Added to this is a regimen of vigorous exercise and hot saunas.

Sweating the toxins out of the body is very important to our overall health.

Apparently, Niacin is very good at removing radiation. I tried it many years ago and seemed to work.

With all the negative hype about radiation in the media, we could become a victim of "radiation phobia" very quicky.

The human body is not as fragile as many experts say it is. When we have to, many of us can survive incredibly tough conditions.

 


Posted by qualteam at 10:39 PM EDT
Updated: Wednesday, 16 March 2011 11:51 PM EDT

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