Radiation Protective Foods: A Menu for the Nuclear Age

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AuthorHouse, May 14, 2012 - Health & Fitness - 332 pages
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Low level radiation is all around us. Radiation Protective Foods (formerly Diet for the Atomic Age) was one of the first books to examine this crucial health problem and to offer a course of action that any individual can follow. Based upon years of research, the author has gathered together medical data clearly showing that certain foods and supplements have protective properties that can safeguard you from low level radiation. The author presents theories as to how these foods stave off the effects of radiation and suggests recipes that maximize their protective powers within the possibilities of our increasingly toxic post-Fukushima world. Containing 30 page of references and interviews with leading scientific experts, Radiation Protective Foods may well become a survival guide while we focus on phasing out the source of radiation poisoning.

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