Foods That Cleanse Radiation From Body Part 2



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Chlorophyll-Rich Foods

Chlorophyll has been called the “”green blood of plants”” because of its similar structure to hemoglobin. Chlorophyll is used by plants to convert sunlight into energy and contains many healthy nutrients, including antioxidants that can scavenge free-radicals. According to the book “”Chlorella,”” some studies have found that chlorophyll-rich foods, such as chlorella, spirulina and alfalfa, can decrease radiation toxicity. Chlorella, in particular, has the ability to neutralize radiation and mercury-related conditions in the body and to remove poisonous substances, including cadmium, dioxins and PCBs. Chlorella can also detoxify uranium, lead and copper. Other foods rich in chlorophyll include leafy greens, celery, parsley, bean sprouts and wheatgrass.


Seaweeds, also called sea vegetables, are not only an excellent source of nutrients, but they are rich in both sodium alginate and iodine, elements that are very effective at protecting the body from radiation and removing it. Kelp is the best known seaweed, but other popular ones are called arame, wakame and kombu.

According to a 1964 McGill University study published in the “”Canadian Medical Association Journal,”” sodium alginate from kelp reduced radioactive strontium absorption in the intestines by 50 to 80 percent. The sodium alginate allowed calcium to be absorbed through the intestinal wall while binding most of the strontium, which was excreted out of the body.

Seaweed is also a rich source of natural iodine. If there is a lack of natural iodine in the diet, radioactive iodine-131 will be absorbed and accumulate in the thyroid gland. Radioactive iodine injures the thyroid, causing mutations, swelling and cancer. Consuming natural plant-based iodine helps offset the side effects of radiation exposure.

Japanese miso soup contains many ingredients that combat the effects of radiation, such as whole rice, barley, soybeans, sea salt, seaweed, onions and kojikin fungus. A 1990 Hiroshima University study concluded that people who eat miso soup regularly may be up to five times more resistant to radiation poisoning than people who do not.

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