You might have already started stocking up on iodine products like nascent iodine and potassium iodine, and these are all great options for protecting your thyroid from certain radioactive isotopes, but it won’t help at all when it comes to cesium. If a nuclear catastrophe strikes, the radioactive isotope cesium-137 could pose a huge problem for humankind. A food science researcher has come up a formula that can remove 95 percent of cesium-137 from a person’s digestive tract after exposure, thereby preventing the absorption of this dangerous radioactive chemical.
- The looming threat of nuclear war and recent nuclear disasters like the Fukushima triple meltdown have brought concerns about radiation exposure front and center.
- Once ingested, it essentially irradiates the body from the inside out.
- Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, has taken his longstanding quest to help people avoid toxins one step further by developing a breakthrough invention that could save millions of lives
“The formula’s zeolites are compositionally high in aluminum, so the product is not intended to be taken routinely or as a preventive measure. Instead, it should be thought of as something to use in emergencies to get rid of dangerous radioactive elements. Of course, avoiding the consumption of radioactive food is the best course of action, but Cesium Eliminator can help in situations where contaminated food or water must be consumed in order to survive.”