What should we believe about radiation? Like just about everything else in our world there is controversy. Most doctors think it is safe to expose patients to radiation and of course the nuclear industry thinks radiation is as safe as apple pie. There are many forms of radiation we are being exposed to with much of it being natural but Chernobyl and Fukushima changed all of that. The amount of radiation coming out of Fukushima is staggering and will be with us forever.
The telecommunications industry wants to compete with massive radiation exposure of another type with their roll-out of 5G even though no studies have been made for its safely. The Nation raises the alarm, “The wireless industry’s determination to bring about the Internet of Things, despite the massive increase in radiation exposure this would unleash, raises the stakes exponentially. Because 5G radiation can only travel short distances, antennas roughly the size of a pizza box will have to be installed approximately every 250 feet to ensure connectivity. “Industry is going to need hundreds of thousands, maybe millions, of new antenna sites in the United States alone,” said Moskowitz, the UC Berkeley researcher. “So, people will be bathed in a smog of radiation 24/7.”
There are healthy forms of radiation, infrared radiation is extremely healthy as is measured dosages of ultraviolet coming from sunlight. But dermatologists tell us to stay out of the sun or cover up with lots of clothing or sun blocking chemicals. Unfortunately this leads to vitamin D deficiencies and cancer.
Radiation is increasing in our world. There is no controversy about the fact that most forms of radiation creates oxidative stress, which in the end can cause cancer. There are many reasons to get serious about radiation exposure but the press, doctors and government would rather you not take any defensive actions to protect your health. They would rather you get frantic about the carbon dioxide and how it will end the world.
For those who are concerned and the negative health affects of radiation exposure below you will see some basic treatments (all of them nontoxic) with especial attention given to the newest treatment for oxidative stress and radiation exposure, which is hydrogen medicine.
All of this is terribly important. For instance, no one is connecting the rapid decline in fertility rates with the increasing exposure of the human race to radiation. Yet rates are dropping so fast that in a hundred years very few people will be able to reproduce making us a terminal species.
Reading the NY Times one might get the idea, “that it might just be a good thing.” Of course they are not thinking of atomic wars or a catastrophic loss of human fertility but man-made global warming, which is not even happening. People have been getting mentally sloppy with all the propaganda being forced down their throats, all the fake news that is being passed off as truth coming from the mainstream press.
The American Cancer Society concedes, “Radiation can damage normal cells, and sometimes this damage can have long-term effects. For instance, radiation to the chest area may damage the lungs or heart. In some people, this might affect a person’s ability to do things. Radiation to the abdomen (belly) or pelvis can lead to bladder, bowel, fertility, or sexual problems in some people. Radiation in certain areas can also lead to fluid build-up and swelling in parts of the body, a problem called lymphedema. A long-term problem linked to radiation treatment is the possible increased risk of getting a second cancer many years later. This is caused by the radiation damage to healthy tissues. The risk of this happening is real.”
It is the inability to see the effects of chronic,
low-level toxicities on human health that has been,
and remains, our greatest failing as intelligent beings.
Dr. Boyd Haley
For those who would like to protect themselves it is best to ignore your doctors and certainly ignore the mainstream press. Ignore the The International Commission on Radiation Protection [ICRP] which exists to play down the effects of radiation on human health, and to shield the nuclear industry from compensation claims from the public.
As early as 1955 Dr. Alice Stewart, head of the Department of Preventive Medicine at Oxford University, became aware of a sharp rise in leukemia among young children in England. By May 1957, after the analysis of 1299 cases, half of which involved leukemia and the rest mainly brain and kidney tumors, her study had been completed. The data showed that babies born of mothers who had a series of X-rays of the pelvic region during pregnancy were nearly twice as likely to develop leukemia or another form of cancer, as those born of mothers who had not been X-rayed. Dr. Stewart concluded that the dose from diagnostic X-rays could produce a clearly detectable increase in childhood cancer when given during pregnancy. A single CT scan of the chest is equal to about 350 standard chest X-rays, so two scans are twice that amount or as high as 884 X-rays.
Radiation is a health hazard that medicine is not dealing with because it uses dangerous levels of radiation in both its diagnosis and treatment of disease. Radiation hazards have been grossly underestimated because they have to be.
What to do about increasing radiation exposure?
Dr. Brownstein writes, “If there is enough inorganic, non-radioactive iodine in our bodies, the radioactive fallout has nowhere to bind in our bodies. It will pass through us, leaving our bodies unharmed. It is important to ensure that we have adequate iodine levels BEFORE fallout hits.”
Everyone should be making sure that they are taking enough minerals because radioactive substances mimic their non-radioactive mineral substances. Strontium mimics calcium, for example, making it extremely dangerous to all life forms once it is absorbed.
Drink lots of iodine, sodium bicarbonate, magnesium and start off each day drinking a glass of ultra-pure edible clay. Edible clay is one of the most basic detoxification substances. It helps make sure absorbed radioactive particles pass through instead of into us. When was the last time you remember your doctor telling you to take magnesium or any of these other substances, or even sulfur to reduce the risk that our exposure leading to cancer.
Because too much radiation exposure leads to massive amounts of oxidative stress one of the newest and most powerful anti radiation therapies is hydrogen gas, which puts out oxidative fires like a fleet of firetrucks at a big fire. The first report demonstrating the benefits of drinking hydrogen water in patients receiving radiation therapy for malignant tumors affirms how helpful hydrogen is for radiation exposure. This finding provides the foundation for a clinically applicable, effective, safe strategy for the delivery of hydrogen gas to mitigate radiation-induced cellular injury. In an increasingly radioactive world and with doctors using more radiation to diagnose and treat disease than ever, hydrogen will be life saving for many.
Cosmic radiation is known to induce DNA and lipid damage associated with increased oxidative stress and remains a major concern in space travel. Hydrogen has potent antioxidant and anti-inflammatory activities. Scientists hypothesize that hydrogen administration for astronauts, by either inhalation or drinking hydrogen-rich water, may potentially yield a novel and feasible preventative/therapeutic strategy to prevent radiation-induced adverse events.
Reducing the amount of oxidative stress, we are constantly faced with, is one of the most important things we can do for our health. Chronic oxidative stress is the main cause of the late post-radiation effects, including cancer. Cellular exposure to ionizing radiation leads to oxidizing events that alter atomic structure through direct interactions of radiation with target macromolecules. Further, the oxidative damage may spread from the targeted to neighboring, non-targeted bystander cells. In irradiated cells, levels of these reactive species may be increased due to perturbations in oxidative metabolism and chronic inflammatory responses, thereby contributing to the long-term effects of exposure to ionizing radiation on genomic stability.